Agile Transitions in a Risk-Averse Environment

august, 2021

12aug12:00 pm1:00 pmAgile Transitions in a Risk-Averse Environment12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Online event Event Organized By: Kanban in Government

Event Details

Join your fellow Kanban-curious colleagues as Alexander Miner shares his story on using the Kanban Method at the Federal Reserve Board (Fed).

Alex will share a case study of a Fed team that transitioned from waterfall to Scrum, then from Scrum to actual Scrum, then from Scrum to Kanban.

He’ll touch on the challenges of the team finding their way from disarray to an active Kanban practice while navigating an environment that discourages excessive risk.

He’ll also share how to advertise the value gained from following the Kanban method when any change is highly scrutinized.

About Alexander Miner

Alex is a Principal Software Developer at the Federal Reserve Board (Fed) and also (unofficially) and Agile coach for Board IT. He’s been with the Fed since 2011. Alex holds A-CSM, KMP, SAFe 5 Agilist certifications. He believes that if you can’t laugh at work, you’re doing it wrong.

Time

(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location

Online event

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