Session type:

Case Study

Presented by:

Kathryn Lupin

Citizens Advice

Session time:

30 Jun 12:00 12:30

Session duration:

30 minutes

About the session

This is the story of one scrum master, who, fresh from the tech world, came to work with a non-technical team to get them up to speed in Agile. 

Join me in this case study, as I cover why Agile struck fear into the hearts of the team I joined, how I fell into the jargon trap before working out how to introduce agile concepts successfully, and what’s working well for us and what’s next.

Participant takeaways:

  • Don’t bombard a new to agile team with jargon
  • To be successful in moving a waterfall team to agile, introduce concepts as ways of successful working rather than buzzwords
  • A team can be agile without knowing all the names for ceremonies or having memorised the agile manifesto

Themes: Agile Transformation, Culture, Learning, Agile for Non Technical Teams

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