Saturday 24th November, 2012
4:35pm to 5:20pm
In the last years I formed the idea that Agile is not only a new way of developing software but represent one of the many response to how our society is changing.
Zygmunt Bauman described a society that requires us to the privatization of ambivalence and increasing feelings of uncertainty. A chaotic continuation of modernity, where one can shift from one social position to another, in a fluid manner.
Bridge different cultures, deal with unknowns and take decisions in context of uncertainty, fail fast, being able to reevaluate your own expectations, learning to learn, learn to give and receive feedback, learn when to break the rules, continuously evolve and innovate are some of traits not only needed in software development teams but in modern society.
We formed and evolved our training program around those principles trying to shape not only better Agile Developers but better People.
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