Agile Lean P2P April 26 – Making Your Organizational Progress and Agile Transition Visible

What?: Making Your Organizational Progress and Agile Transition Visible

In a multi-team, complex environment it can be difficult for management to see enough relevant data to make strategic decisions. In this session you will see a real-world example of how a medium-sized organization transitioned to Agile and how data was made visible from Agile transformation actives through to team progress, release status, support and engineering initiatives. Jason will talk about how these dashboards were used to gather data about what was really going on across the engineering group as well as the types of conversations and other initiatives that were derived from the data made visible.

When? Tuesday April 26th, 2011 from 4:30p.m. to 6:00p.m. EST

Where?: Accelerator Centre, 295 Hagey Blvd Room 2 (Gowlings), Waterloo, ON

Who?: Jason Little
Speaker Professional Biography

Jason Little is an independent Agile Coach and Trainer based in Toronto Canada.   Prior to becoming an independent coach in June 2009, Jason has been working with software development teams since the mid-90’s as a web developer and began a career in project management in 2002.  In addition to being a CSP and CSPO, Jason is actively involved with and facilitates meetings for Silicon Halton (a local technology group) and is also involved in local Agile user groups as well as Agile coaching circles.

Jason is currently working on an eBook about Agile transformation.

To register: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?llr=auyxwfdab&oeidk=a07e3pthj7neb2c40c4&oseq=a00bg47hypmi

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