LET’S GET REAL ABOUT AGILE
LET’S GET REAL ABOUT AGILE
It isn’t easy, but it’s well worth you trying.
There’s a reason why the biggest banks in the world are adopting Agile. It isn’t because it’s a fad, it isn’t a fleeting idea. It is because it really makes a difference in how treat employees, how we envision products, and how we impact customers.
There is absolutely nothing about adopting Agile. It’s a fact, that every organization face unforeseen challenges in adoption. One would think a small startup company would have an easier time adopting Agile than a mammoth financial institution, but that’s not always the case. What makes it so difficult? What does resistance look like? What does success look like? Let’s talk about this in a real way.
This session will be broken up into a 15 minute presentation followed by a discussion on topics based on input from the audience.
The Presentation (15 minutes):
- Agile adoption challenges that Pat has witnessed - stories - examples
- Overview of what successful Agile adoptions look like and what one could do to help foster that in their own organization
The Discussion (balance of time):
- Collection of ideas to discuss followed by a vote on the top topics
- Open forum discussion facilitated by me on this topic
- Action items for the group
- Understand the value that the Agile approach can bring
- Learn the challenges faced when adopting Agile
- Learns some techniques to address those challenges
Founder & Agile/Leadership Coach (CSP, CSM, SPC4, AAP)
Pat is an experienced agile coach, trainer, entrepreneur, founder and product developer. For the last twelve years, he has been practicing and coaching Scrum and other lean agile practices at the team and enterprise level. Pat founded and launched several companies including his most recent Roxi (roxiparites.com). Using his entrepreneurial-business and technical background along with his desire to connect with people on a personal level, he brings a unique perspective to every engagement and project.
Since Pat started agile coaching and training, he has trained and coached more than 2,500 people across many industries on agile and Scrum in the United Stated and Europe. In the last year, he has worked with Fortune 50 financial organizations, a social media company, big data marketing, global media company, and healthcare management systems, HMOs, non-profit grant organizations, a regional bank and several SaaS companies. Over the last 12 years, Pat Guariglia has coached or trained leaders and team members from several dozen different organizations.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
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6:15 Feature Presentation
7:15 Question & Answer Session
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