September Meeting | Agile Tools and Techniques
You’re invited to participate in 60 minutes of kinesthetic learning about Agile Manifesto derived Artifacts, Rituals, and Ceremonies.
Peter Paul will be your facilitator for this interactive and participative one hour. All the necessary materials will be provided. All you need to bring is an open mind, a flexible approach, and a highly developed sense of fun.
See you in September!
Okay, full disclosure. We’re going to do some fun stuff together and (hopefully) learn while we do. I’m not going to give away what we’ll do but I will let you in on what we’ll debrief about.
- Planning. The power of amplification by purposefully sequencing tools and techniques to achieve specific outcomes or objectives.
- Iterations. The cornerstone of an Agile mindset is to use cycles of activity with the ability to react (not resist) change.
- Agile terminology. Equating tools, techniques, roles, responsibilities, and processes with their Agile counterparts.
- Applicability. We’ll discuss how these tools and techniques apply to real-life situations and also share our thoughts and opinions on what we learned, observed, and are still curious about.
Where: Ottawa Police Association (see Map)
When: Tuesday, September 18, 2018
IIBA Members $11 | Non-Members $16 | Monthly Meeting Pass-holders are pre-paid
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