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Start up Vs Corporate Strength Agile – Not all Agile is created equal!

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Published on Oct 2, 2014

The Agile manifesto was coined well over a decade ago and is a set of Value statements to implement lightweight methods. Since its inception various methods have joined the Agile family some of which are more suited for specific situations. As a tradesman will choose the right tool for the appropriate job, it’s important to choose the right mix of methods for a successful Agile enablement in an organisation.

In this session Manav and Stephen will share their experiences working with large and complex organisations and the changes that needed to be in place for a successful Agile enablement. They will discuss the journey organisations have to go through moving from Start-up Agile to Corporate Strength Agile!

Manav Mehan is a leading consultant for TCS’ Agile Consulting Services for the UK and the rest of Europe. He specialises in Scaling and Enterprise Agile. He has led large scale Agile transformations with prestigious organisations including Lloyds Banking Group, Legal & General and United Biscuits. He has also led Agile Coaches gatherings and London Scrum user groups. Manav was a finalist in last year’s UK Agile Awards for Best Agile Coach & Mentor and Most Valuable Agile Player.
Stephen Grafton previously chaired the Agile Business Conference and is a Managing Consultant at TCS, focused on agile transformation and effectiveness. Stephen is an experienced and successful professional IT and software developer, with nearly 30 years solid technical, strategic and management experience in a variety of industries. Stephen does not accept the status quo and is always looking to improve how things work through pragmatic application of a broad range of standards, principles and best practice

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