Managing Agile - Graham Dick, Lamri





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Published on Feb 19, 2014


Agile is now a proven approach to delivering software projects but it can still be a challenge to integrate effectively with existing company structures and processes. There are many factors that drive the size of this challenge:

- "Unreasonably" restrictive governance demands from the organization
- Large distributed development teams that seek to mix offshore with local teams
- Complex web of customer representatives, making agreement hard but also demanding to know when scope will be delivered
- Restrictive financial governance that demands strong focus on value delivery

This Managing Agile webinar will look at Agile from these perspectives and more, and provide simple pragmatic steps you can take tomorrow to make Agile adoption a reality in these more challenging contexts

Presenter by Graham Dick:
Graham has over 25 years experience in the IT industry, of which 12 years has been spent in process improvement. Graham is a co-founder of Lamri a business that has focussed on enabling customers to achieve sustained benefits from process improvement. Graham has had the privilege of working with focused start ups and also some of the largest and most complex organisations in the world in locations from Darlington to Ramallah to Ulan Bator. Lamri have stubbornly worked with CMMI and Agile for over 10 years, over a period of time when it was not fashionable for the Agile community to consider process and the CMMI community did not take Agile seriously enough. We have remained unusual amongst our peer group for a focus on benefits led improvement, helping our customers achieve demonstrable performance improvement catalysed by a range of approaches.


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