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Monday, August 3 • 14:00 - 15:15
Scaling Agile: Patterns and Anti-patterns (Monica Yap, David Grabel) POPULAR

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Scaling Agile is risky. No matter what framework you use to scale Agile in a large enterprise, what are the patterns which lead to success, and what are the anti-patterns which lead to disasters? We invite all experienced Agile practitioners to explore and form a list of scaling patterns and anti-patterns. We will share our experience on how to create the successful patterns or avoid/resolve the anti-patterns. This is a highly interactive workshop with a goal to help the Agile community be more successful with enterprise transformations. Attendees can choose to be participants or observers.
Some of the aspects of enterprise transformations to be explored for patterns and anti-patterns include:
• Large scale planning
• Geographically distributed teams
• Agile mind set
• Agile metrics

Learning Outcomes:
  • Attendees will be able to:
  • • identify agile scaling patterns and anti-patterns
  • • resolve the anti-patterns
  • • create the successful patterns

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David Grabel

Enterprise Agile Coach, Fidelity Investments
David Grabel is an enterprise agile coach consulting at Fidelity Investments bringing Agile to the entire organization. He has introduced Scrum, Kanban, XP, and SAFe at both small and large organizations. His previous clients include Vistaprint, Trizetto, Bose, and PayPal where he... Read More →
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Monica Yap

Agile Coach, Twitter
I am an Agile coach, trainer, and occasionally a speaker. I am a regular CSM, CSPO co-trainer since 2010. I like to focus on leading and coaching successful Agile teams, and help to turn teams into high performance teams. I'm a Certified ScrumMaster, CSPO, CSP and have over 20 years... Read More →

Monday August 3, 2015 14:00 - 15:15 EDT
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