More talks in the program:
The Agile Manifesto turned 20 this year, and while many of the core tenants are still applicable, the world has changed considerably in the last two decades. What would the Agile Manifesto look like if it was written today and took into consideration our new reality of hybrid working environments? Changes are most definitely needed, as software leaders find themselves still struggling to navigate the murky waters of 21st Century project management to get the most out of their team.
As a project manager your most important job is to help your developers spend more time doing the work compared to tracking the work, while giving them the visibility they need to understand their progress. Using real world examples from some of the world’s largest software teams, this technical session will look at the Agile manifesto to determine if any changes may be needed, as well as evaluate the new best practices that software development leaders are leveraging in order to get insights into their progress in real time, identify the blockers that are holding their team back, and secure the information they need to ensure they are helping their team to be their best.