Are you excited about adopting Agile? Have you put in place the roles, artifacts, practices, and tools? Are you then realizing the promised benefits – happy customers, quality product, reliable delivery teams, and faster releases?
If instead of an emphatic “yes,” your honest answer is “only some of the benefits,” “inconsistently,” or “we did, initially”, then you’re not alone. Most organizations experience this due to an Agile implementation that is mechanical, rigid, driven by tools and so-called “best practices.” But Agile is much more than a process; it’s first and foremost a mind-set that permeates your actions. Without the mind-set, the practices don’t matter, and you won’t achieve *and sustain* great results.
In this talk, Gil Broza will guide you through an exploration of the values, beliefs, and principles that define Agile thinking. You’ll learn how to choose Agile-minded methods, process, and practices for your needs and context. And with the deep understanding of what makes Agile work, you’ll be able to support mindful implementation and the necessary culture change.