AGILE NYC DAY is sponsored by:
When: Wednesday, September 15th 2010
Executive Conference Center
New York, NY 10019
Entrance on 48th Street at corner on Times Square. Take elevator to the 8th floor.
Price: $95 (Lunch Included)
Attendance: Maximum 120
Conference Dress Code: Business Casual
Communication: Phones available on Floor, High-Speed Wi-Fi enabled.
Refreshments & Lunch: Self-service coffee, tea, juices etc. available throughout the day. Lunch (assorted sandwiches, wraps and paninnis, salads and desserts) will be available between 12.30pm and 1.30pm in the registration area. Lunch and refreshments are included in the registration fee.
Registration: REGISTER TO THE AGILE DAY
08.30am to 09.00am - Arrival, Registration, Refreshments
09.00am to 09.15am - Intro: Kick-Off! Welcome and Opening of the Agile Day 2010
09.15am to 10.00am - Keynote: Are We as Agile As We Think? by Christopher Avery
Silicon Alley (Agile Experiences in Small and Start-up Companies)
10.15am to 11.00am - Matt Raines (Bluefly) History of Scrum at Bluefly: Part I
11.00am to 11.45am - Jeff Gothelf (The Ladders) Beyond Staggered Sprints
11.45am to 12.30pm - Cara Lemon and Rochelle DiRe (LimeWire) The Value of Collaboration in Fostering Agility
Broadway (Agile Experiences in Large Enterprises)
10.15am to 11.00am - Gabino Roche (NYSE) and Jonathan Miller (S&P) Business Value-Driven Portfolio Management with Agile
11.00am to 11.45am - Monica Kumar (Gerson Lehrman Group) Make me Agile – Expecting the unexpected!
11.45am to 12.30pm - Adam Roberts (MTV Networks) Agility and Volatility
12.30pm to 01.30pm - Lunch (Served in Registration Area)
01.30pm to 03.30pm - Open Space Conference (Facilitator: Lane Halley)
At an open space event, people discuss things they care about with other people who share similar interests. An open space event promotes agile values of collaboration, conversation and self-organization. Open space events are used to surface common concerns, brainstorm solutions to a problem or simply to exchange information. At the start of the open space event, participants generate a list of potential conversation topics, choose what to talk about, organize into small groups, engage in conversation and then present their conclusions back to the larger group. The outcome of an open space event is a view into the “hot topics” that exist among your professional community, a chance to share your thoughts with peers, and learn what other people think. It's also an excellent way to network and make new professional connections.
Conveners: Lyssa Adkins, Matt Ganis, Tiffany Lentz, Rob Purdie
03.30pm - 04.30pm - Outro: Panel Session moderated by Matt Ganis and Closing of the AGILE DAY 2010.
When & Where
The user group to discuss topics for agile project managers, software engineers and executives alike. We connect local practitioners and industry experts through monthly in-person face-to-face meetings and through our annual conference day, called "Agile Day". Geographically distanced professionals interested in our activities tune into our podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AgileNYC
Organizers: The "A" Team
phone: 914 689 6368