Agile values and principles – for non software development teams – Roberta Stafford, Capital One
Design a Degree 2.0 – Toby Parkins & Lyssa Fee-Crump, Headforwards & Software Cornwall
Incredible Agile Teams – Ian Hawkins, Siemens Healthcare
Ship fast! – Judith Andresen, BERATUNG JUDITH ANDRESEN
Winning your clients’ trust with Agile project management Laura Delnevo Cameron & Wilding
Having worked with a variety of clients and projects in the publishing sector (TMG, Sage Publications, The Economist), winning client’s trust is the underlining common denominator of success for me, as a project manager. For my agency this translate to: happy, satisfied and (hopefully) returning customers. Agile is at the core of all of this!
Accelerated learning with Mob Programming – Karel Boekhout
What to do if you have a team that needs to explore a lot of new territories in software development and you don’t have a senior to guide them? You let them discover it themselves, as group.
Mia Filisch & Hanif Jameel : Empowering Teams To Change: From Components To Features
The organisation of work around siloed component based teams can lead to difficulties in maximising the value delivered by a development process, and introduce coordination overheads which are difficult to resolve. At the same time, managing changes to the structure of teams is often a challenging process, especially if they are directly imposed. In this session we will explore the key lessons and insights gleaned from a developer and product led iterative transition to feature based teams.
Keeping distributed agile teams ‘face to face’ – David Longman, Headforwards
Probably most of us would agree that in a perfect world, Agile teams would sit together, but what happens when this is not possible? What can you do to help the team function well together. In this session I’ll describe some low and high-tech solutions I have used to address this.
Performance Management: the new team responsibility – Adam Polczyk, APSS (UK) Ltd
StringTheory: Hidden Connections in Teams Eben Halford Orgology
Team Motivation – Putting Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose into Practice – Kwasi Owusu-Asomaning (Autonomy), Andy Bowskill (Mastery), Chris Camacho (Purpose), CDK Global
How do you define Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose? In this session 3 speakers will share their thoughts on these concepts along with an open and honest view of the Agile journey they have had so far and the lessons they have learned along the way.
Does this FizzGood? Learn how to improve velocity, predictability & agility – Jon Terry, LeanKit
Rising to the Agility Challenge – Dragan Jojic
Measuring Agile success – David Leach, Leanintoagile.co.uk
How do we measure success in Agile? some would say it’s easy, just measure customer satisfaction, others (whilst perhaps misinformed) might look to try and compare development team velocity.
Mindful Agile: The Foundation of How We Grow – Kamila Piorowska
In this highly interactive workshop, we will share with you the concept and practice of Mindful Agile and how it can help you overcome the seemingly insurmountable challenges you face so that instead of having a mind that is constantly full, you can live a more effective life through mindfulness.
Case Study: Seven Years of Agile – Paul Massey, Bluefruit
Bluefruit Software adopted Agile seven years ago. Come and hear about the journey and some of the key lessons learnt along the way, including why Agile was adopted, how the transition occurred, top practices that made the biggest difference, how Agile affected our customer relationships and what the benefits have been.
Are projects agile? – Andy Longshaw, LexisNexis
Most good software has a long life and evolves continuously, keeping pace with the needs of its users whereas, a project is a temporary structure. Some agile software projects have succeeded, and some have failed. What is it that differentiated those that succeeded from those that failed? Do projects even make sense in a truly agile software development context?
Can you be agile and compliant? – Stuart Ward, IDBS
What happens when you take an organisation, which has been using waterfall for 25 years, to the new world of agile? In 2015, IDBS transformed how it creates software, which is used by a number of business verticals including regulated pharmaceutical environments, to facilitate R&D. This session will show how the move to agile was implemented along with the benefits and challenges seen.
The Agile Business – DSDM – Ed Holt
Agile on the Beach 2016
With the advent of the inter-connected ‘Digital Age’ there is growing pressure on the wider business (beyond IT) to act in a nimble, responsive, agile way – and this represents an essential opportunity to become ‘The Agile Business’.
Value – Andrea Provaglio, Agile Transformation Coach
A voyage into the multidimensional, systemic and subjective nature of Value in software development, with the intent of providing ways to create a shared understanding of what’s “valuable” for all stakeholders.
User testing on a shoestring – Dan Goodwin, fffunction
Continuously delivering software to big brands – Paul Boocock
Software Delivery 2016 – Continuously delivering software
The ability to react and deliver working software quickly is a vital component to the way we work. Our clients run some of the biggest brands in the world, so how do we continuously deliver software whilst ensuring we keep our clients happy and our quality high?
Testing in a Continuous Delivery World – Wouter Lagerweij
Software Delivery 2016
Hey, do you remember when everyone was asking what the role of the tester would be in an agile team? It’s happening again! A team that releases every commit needs to take testing seriously. That changes the role of the tester once again. And of developers, too. It puts the customer center stage again.
10% time the pros and cons? -Elizabeth Pope
Software Delivery 2016
I’m lucky enough to work for a company who offer 10% time, and believe it’s had many benefits for our team including engagement and performance improvements and as a tool for both retainment and attraction. However sometimes it can be hard to keep the business bought in to the idea of a very expensive team doing ‘nothing’ one day a fortnight. I’ll also share tips and tricks to get your team to make the most of their Learning and Development time without telling them what to do!
How we implemented TDD in Embedded C/C++ – Byran Wills-Heath
Software Delivery 2016
The design and implementation of cyber-dojo – Jon Jagger
Build in Quality, Jo Cranford
2016 Keynote: Dr Linda Rising, internationally known for her work in patterns, retrospectives, influence strategies, agile development, and the change process.
We were delighted to welcome Rebecca to Cornwall in September 2016 to share her thoughts and insights on agile software development