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Thursday, November 30 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Minimum Viable Process: Supporting a team's journey to high-functioning Agile without a restart

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The Core & Enhancements team at Fidelity Charitable had already been running Agile for some time -- 2-week sprints, agile training for everyone on the team, dedicated Scrum Master -- and yet, we weren’t seeing the results we desired. Of course, there were a number of specific aspects of the team and our work that made the journey more difficult: specialized roles, multiple stakeholders, frequent interrupts; perhaps we shouldn't expect perfection? Of course not! Join us as we uncover some Agile coaching techniques -- including Lean Coffee, Scenario-Driven Development, and WIP Visualization -- that empowered the team to move towards a higher level of Agile maturity without stopping the team's progress toward our in-flight objectives or requiring broader changes within the organization.


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Nick Smith

Scrum Master/Agile Coach, Fidelity Charitable
Nick Smith is an agile enthusiast with experience leading teams in multiple industries. Over the past decade, his work has taken him from startups to giant companies; from frontend UI to platform operations; and from non-agile, to sorta-agile-but-not-really, to truly-improving-continuously... Read More →



Thursday November 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
Room 213CD