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How to build a successful agile development culture – and why your business needs one

CIO

To keep pace with the growing complexity of software development, organizations have spent years working to implement agile practices into their developer experience. But many organizations are still struggling to achieve agility and state that progress is still slow and projects are stalled.

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Nurturing Agile organizational success through Caring Leadership

Agile Alliance

Caring Leadership® is the cornerstone of Agile organizational success, fostering a culture of empathy, collaboration, and innovation to inspire teams and drive sustainable growth and resilience. The post Nurturing Agile organizational success through Caring Leadership first appeared on Agile Alliance.

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5 signs your agile practices will lead to digital disaster

CIO

Many IT teams use agile methodologies to iteratively deliver feature-rich releases, improve capabilities, address technical debt, and experiment with emerging technologies. I recently moderated Adaptavist’s “Agile Back to Basics” roundtable, which included three authors of the Agile Manifesto.

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Practicing Business Agility with the Agile Kata

Agile Alliance

The Agile Kata is an Agile approach to an Agile transformation that nurtures and fosters an Agile culture throughout the transformation process. The post Practicing Business Agility with the Agile Kata first appeared on Agile Alliance.

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All Method, No Madness: Guiding Agile Teams Through Research

Speaker: Amanda Stockwell, President of Stockwell Strategy

Many Product Managers feel quality user research can't keep up with the fast-paced culture of agile teams. However, if you're willing to adapt the right way, you don't have to sacrifice agility or user insights. Using the right strategy, your agile team will collect qualitative data, interpret it, and integrate it effectively.

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8 tips for cultivating a winning IT culture

CIO

Are you looking to build a winning IT culture? Foster adaptability and flexibility Adaptable work environments and agile methodologies form the bedrock of a thriving IT culture, says Charman Hayes, executive vice president of people and capability for the technology group at Mastercard.

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Organizational Culture Breeds Agility

Agile42

Embarking on a journey towards agility often requires a shift in organizational culture. Agility is more than just a set of rules and practices. It calls for a mindset attuned to agile values and principles. Failure to extend this change to organizational culture can end the agile transition before it even begins.

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Encouraging Innovation in an Established Product Culture

Speaker: Richard Cardran, Chief Creative Officer and VP Strategy, HIA Technologies

We'll explore the challenges, solutions, and hands-on techniques for becoming a successful "agent of change" within a well-established product culture. Join this webinar to learn how to: Turn a stagnant culture into an attention culture with highly collaborative team dynamics.

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Skyscanner's Journey to a "Continuous Improvement" Team Culture

Speaker: Ramsay Ashby

They shared what originally took them down this path, including the signs that change was needed and the impact it has had.

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Building Like Amazon

Speaker: Leo Zhadanovsky, Principal Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

To get there, Amazon focused on decomposing for agility, making critical cultural and operational changes, and creating tools for software delivery. In this fast paced talk, he will cover: How to decompose for agility. The "two pizza" team culture. Keys to automation at different stages of organization maturity.

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How Great Organizations Empower Customer Experience Teams

Speaker: Conference Speakers

Topics will include: Cultivating Operational Agility: Leadership, Culture, and How New Tech Like Headless, Composable/MACH and Low Code Change the Game. Today’s teams need to operate cohesively like never before, managing the pace of both technological change and customer needs and demands.

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How Can We Stop Under Utilizing a Key User Experience Champion?

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

Join Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant as he discusses how to pivot to a customer-first culture through planning and execution. With quality assurance/control already embedded in our development process, what if we expand the role of our developers to champion usability and customer delight? Revitalize QA as champions.