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Agile Presentation: Framework for Non-Technical Agile Teams - Shared screen with speaker view
Melina Gehring (UHR)
19:09
If the chat hasn’t been in the active sprint yet we’re not gonna push it in now. We’re not allowing scope creep by adding on story points ;-)
steven savage
19:53
And for everyone coming in, save your questions to the end or post them here UNLESS its very critical. then ask away1
steven savage
23:58
A few years ago Agile broke into the FICTION writing community. People discussed first editions as MVP, plotting via backlog, etc.
Terri Train
36:00
on the tree diagram, the horizontal is 'sooner' vs "later" - is there an alignment vertically? ie does some of the sooner activities relate to a larger later activity?
steven savage
37:45
Good question
steven savage
40:18
I like this tree metaphor, its really useful.
Terri Train
40:27
good explanation - like the roots as "foundational"
steven savage
40:29
and you can have a big project be "branches" on a "shared tree."
Terri Train
44:54
"multi-tasking is a myth" - so true
Britt Carr
45:18
Thanks Laura, I need to hop into my 1:30
steven savage
45:46
Take care Britt. The recording will be online
Terri Train
58:16
re: change over rigid plans - do you have a framework / method for minimizing the impact of unexpected changes on other groups
john spitzer
01:02:09
We use Kanban for managing the backlog (great visibility) and sprints for development.
forrest glick
01:03:30
In organizations where waterfall processes are deeply embedded, do you have any strategies or methods for changing the *culture* to see the value in an agile approach?
steven savage
01:07:36
As we get near the end, please provide feedback on this presentation - https://forms.gle/P5VMskLrgGBtw2i68
forrest glick
01:08:04
Team of teams - maybe this?: https://agileleanhouse.com/en/general-stanley-mcchrystal-team-of-teams.html
forrest glick
01:08:32
thank you, Laura! Very helpful
Joe Perna
01:08:37
Thank you Laura.
aderval barros jr
01:08:47
Thank you, Laura!