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Tide Driven Development , Belinda Waldock, Software Cornwall, Agile Teams 2017

Tide Driven Development – Cornwall’s growing tech community

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work and live Agile on the Beach every day, and how you could be a part of it?

Cornwall’s Tech sector is causing waves with its thriving and connected tech community! Ranked the 3rd fastest growing cluster in the UK for jobs growth this year (TechNation 2017) the county continues its surge of growth and development.

Want to know what we are doing to cause this growth? Then don’t miss this session. Join Belinda and the Software Cornwall team to find out what’s been happening in the Cornish tech community this year.

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Periscope Live Video (by Software Cornwall)

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Winning your clients’ trust with Agile project management Laura Delnevo – Agile Teams 2016

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!

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Mia Filisch & Hanif Jameel : Empowering Teams To Change: From Components To Features – Agile Teams 2016

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.

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Keeping distributed agile teams ‘face to face’ – David Longman, Headforwards – Agile Teams 2016

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.

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Team Motivation – Putting Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose into Practice – Kwasi Owusu-Asomaning (Autonomy), Andy Bowskill (Mastery), Chris Camacho (Purpose), CDK Global 2016

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.

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Olly Brand – Working Remotely in a Global Team – Live Blog 2015

Olly Brand is a technology consultant who works (remotely) for IBM. He specialises in the design, building and running of Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing. He coaches remote working and Agile practices and has been featured in the Times, Guardian and Financial Times. You can catch up with Olly on Twitter. Continue reading

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Chris Clarke – Building a winning agile football team – Live blog 2015

A UX architect at the Guardian newspaper. Chris is currently involved in creating and launching the new responsive website. With a long standing background in the web, as well as illustration and music, his focus is ultimately simple: Something that’s accessible for everyone. You can catch up with Chris on Twitter. Continue reading

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