Liftoff: Launching Agile Teams and Projects

Liftoff – it’s the unexplored, often ignored, Agile software development project practice. Liftoff gives impetus to your projects in a way that starts the project team, and the business, on the trajectory to success. Project sponsors, product managers, and product owners use these critical meetings to inform, inspire, and align the people who do the […]

An Introduction to Agile Software Development

This video by provides a practical introduction to the world of Agile software development. It features expert Alex Adamopolous, CEO of Emergn. This video covers the history of the Agile development methodology, the Agile team structures and the types of projects that work best with Agile methods; the challenges faced by software development teams and […]

Getting Out of the (Agile) Building

Agile UX research has always meant implementing guerilla methods and quick-and-dirty usability techniques. This talk will begin with a brief review of principles and practices to ensure usability testing works well in an agile environment. We will then focus on three agile techniques you can implement tomorrow morning for getting out of the building to […]

The Software Team Leader Manifesto

This presentation is about the role of the software team leader in these semi-agile times. What is the purpose a team leader serves? How can they achieve their purpose? How is fear a factor? These and more will be answered in this talk that every future and current software team leader, and other leadership roles […]

Agile Portfolio Management in the Scaled Agile Framework

Dean Leffingwell talks about the big picture of Agile development in this presentation about Agile Portfolio Management in the Scaled Agile Framework. The Scaled Agile Framework is a proven knowledge base for implementing agile practices at enterprise scale. Its primary user interface is a “Big Picture” graphic which highlights the individual roles, teams, activities and […]