More talks in the program:
16:00 - 16:50
In English, Agile means “ability to move quickly and easily”, but also “thinking quickly and in an intelligent way”. It does not say anything about software, so why couldn’t we apply the same concepts everywhere in our life and work? Could a doctor, a lawyer or a chef be Agile? Truth is: we can all be Agile, and it has nothing to do with software! If you start being Agile in most areas of your life, can we assume being Agile while developing software should be easier, more efficient, less stressful and yield better results? In fact, one can use Agile in every part of their life and during this talk I plan to show you how easy it is and how impactful it can be – both for yourself and for the people around you.