Monday 27th October, 2014
1:15pm to 2:00pm
There is no universal way to coordinate Agile teams in large development projects because they have unique problems. This implies that the best way to coordinate the teams is to ask them how they want to be managed given a set of enabling constraints. This requires particular communication and negotiation skills in the leadership team, which are conveyed in this talk. The skills are described as a set of conventions, founded on the argument that every organization is a complex adaptive system and should therefore be analyzed as a whole and from multiple system perspectives. So, this talk will show that by treating software development as a complex endeavor, rather than a linear, will help managers to master large Agile projects.
Director at Swedsoft and Senior Researcher at Swedish Institute of Computer Science bio from LinkedIn
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