𝑻𝒉𝒆 π‘¨π’ˆπ’Šπ’π’† β€˜π’π‘π’πŸπ­ π“πžπ¬π­π’π§π  π‹πžπŸπ­β€™ π‘«π’Šπ’”π’‚π’”π’•π’†π’“

september, 2021

30sep7:00 pm8:30 pm𝑻𝒉𝒆 π‘¨π’ˆπ’Šπ’π’† β€˜π’π‘π’πŸπ­ π“πžπ¬π­π’π§π  π‹πžπŸπ­β€™ π‘«π’Šπ’”π’‚π’”π’•π’†π’“7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Online event Event Organized By: Enterprise Agility Champs

Event Details

EAC ‘s September meetup topic is: π“π‘πž 𝐀𝐠𝐒π₯𝐞 β€˜π’π‘π’πŸπ­ π“πžπ¬π­π’π§π  π‹πžπŸπ­β€™ πƒπ’π¬πšπ¬π­πžπ«, presented by Brian Will.

π€π›π¬π­π«πšπœπ­:
For most Digital and Agile Transformation efforts one central theme has been β€œShift-Testing-to-the-Left”. Of course, the focus, in reality, is not testing, but faster and more reliable value delivery.
For decades, moving testing closer to the actual development activities has been well understood to be the key issue for development teams – both in terms of productivity and from a cost-per-defect perspective.
But it has proven to be elusive to many software development and IT projects. For most large-scale Digital and Agile Transformation efforts, shifting test activities to the left has been an unmitigated disaster.
Why?
Achieving true β€œshift left” agility requires a complex combination of organizational alignment, process discipline, technical skill sets, and effective tools usage. Many organizations do not have the expertise. And many Agile Coaches advising organizations on their Digital or Agile Transformation are not technical enough to provide meaningful guidance.
Although cloud technologies and DevOps awareness have made this more achievable, many organizations have failed to accomplish true β€œshift left” – missing out on true agility – and consequently are not delivering value any faster than what they used to do.
The presentation will go over what companies need to address to truly move testing activities and values delivery to the left.

π’π©πžπšπ€πžπ« 𝐁𝐒𝐨
Brian Will is a delivery-focused technology process consultant and organizational change strategist working with clients adopting Agile processes.
During his career, Brian has helped many organizations deliver successful products in various industries: software development, service delivery, and manufacturing.
His multifaceted background gives him the ability to understand and explain Agile processes and principles and articulate their implications from multiple perspectives, from the development team to the executive board.

Brian’s Publications
β€’ β€œ199 Agile Principles – Facts, Myths, and Reflections”, published June 2021 – ISBN[masked], available on Amazon.com (paperback and Kindle versions)
β€’ β€œAgile Adoption & Transformation – Principles, Challenges, and Pitfalls – 2020 Edition”, published January 2020 – ISBN[masked], available on Amazon.com (paperback and Kindle versions)
β€’ β€œAgile Adoption & Transformation – Principles, Challenges, and Pitfalls”, published June 2018 – ISBN[masked], available on Amazon.com (paperback and Kindle versions)

Time

(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

Online event

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