San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
6:30 to 7:00 PM - Dinner and Networking
7:00 to 7:15 PM - Introductory Statements
7:15 to 8:30 PM - The Main Event!
About the Presentation:
Learn how to judge the health of your Agile teams by doing a health check with real customer case study data. We'll look at data on team performance based on various Agile metrics such as Burnups/Burndowns, Cumulative Flow Diagrams, Velocity Chart, SDPI charts, and more. This will help to interpret possible challenges the team is facing and determine prescriptive action items that will influence improvement.
This will be an interactive session, where we’ll examine how to mine for internal performance data, evaluate what we can deduce from actions happening outside the boundaries of agile practices and pinpoint areas that will have the most impact on future projects to get them back on track. The goal is to turn work into data, data into insights and insight into action.
About the Presenter:
Jim Damato is a senior technology manager with nearly 20 years of responsibility and accountability for taking enterprise SDLC and Cloud initiatives from vision and strategy thru rollout and support. He has been successful in environments like publicly traded companies, quick-growing startups, and federal agencies, starting as a software engineer in Silicon Valley in the hey day of the Internet. After the tech economy crash he landed in Washington DC leading large, technology-focused project teams as a government contractor. He was first exposed to early Agile techniques while in Silicon Valley. After moving east, he learned about a process called Waterfall and thought, “Why would you do it like that?” He never forgot his Agile roots and now helps companies implement their Agile strategies as a Solutions Architect for Rally Software where he is a product specialist and Agile expert.
When & Where
ALN DC Chapter
Agile Leadership Network (ALN) Washington DC Area Chapter