Are you struggling in an environment where too many projects are happening at the same time? Do you believe that priorities are too reactive to competition and you are not
Are you struggling in an environment where too many projects are happening at the same time? Do you believe that priorities are too reactive to competition and you are not leading with a coherent strategy? Product-led approaches have been recommended for years by analysts, consultants and publications. But they are difficult to implement because most companies are not built to be product-led.
This session opens by establishing working definitions for products and projects. We will then set the stage by looking at product and project constructs from the following perspectives:
Ways of Working
This overview will provide examples from the field to set the stage for interactive sessions. Using fast decision techniques we will explore the highest priority item(s) more deeply.
You will have a chance to explore your own unique experiences from these perspectives.
Outcome: you will come away with insights about challenges in your own organizations and ideas for practical experimentation.
I use Scrum in my everyday work and help others by applying agility, pragmatism, persistence, organizational constructs, and process disciplines to help organizations outperform their status quo. My executive management background and over two decades of experience in software technology give him the ability to provide valuable guidance on engineering capability and organizational proficiency.
As a consultant and trainer, I have helped small, medium and Fortune 100 organizations overcome intractable problems and successfully deliver mission-critical solutions. I have used Agile practices since the late 1990s as a Chief Technology Officer, development manager, project manager, software developer, ScrumMaster, Product Owner, coach, consultant, and trainer.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm