The slides used for this session are available to download from here.
Agile is defined by an open development process driven by collaboration. But we know that collaboration is not always easy, and we need to come up with creative ways of establishing and supporting it.
For this reason, the agile community was very busy in the last decade coming up with new and innovative tools to boost collaboration - eg story mapping, impact mapping, example mapping, risk brainstorming, the 3 amigos workshop, stakeholder mapping, event storming etc. There are a lot of tools. But how do all they fit together, and when should you use one or another in the wider context of a project delivery?
This is a very practical session that will attempt to group and present modern agile tools in the context of project delivery and provide guidance recommendations for their use.
Konstantin Kudryashov blogs about agile communication, is a prominent public speaker, organiser of BDD (Behaviour-Driven Development) London meet-ups, the creator of Behat and co-creator of PhpSpec. He leads the BDD practice at Inviqa, a leading digital consultancy in Europe. As a communication coach, he has helped teams in many organisations bridge the gap between business and IT using agile processes and development practices like scrum, Kanban, BDD, test-driven development, collaborative product ownership and deliberate discovery.
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