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Why Agile Methods Won't Fix Your IT Project Problems
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 Minutes
Instructor: John V. Levy, Ph.D.
Price : $245.00
(for one participant)
John V. Levy, Ph.D. Founder, John Levy Consulting
Major IT projects not only cost a lot of money, they require coordination of business and technical people across multiple departments. So many of these projects go astray that IT is viewed a s an area of great danger and uncertainty by many executives.
Dr. John Levy helps business executives transform IT from a pain to a competitive advantage. Drawing on over 30 years as a manager in the computer, software and storage industry, he focuses on aligning Business and IT by interpreting IT language into business terms and helping business people express what they really need in IT solutions.
Bringing in Agile methods is a popular response to low productivity and high risk in IT projects. More than half of all major companies in the USA now how use some form of Agile methods. Agile methods are well proven in single-team projects that are guided by an Agile coach and are given time to develop and refine the Agile methods. Some companies have also scaled Agile methods to multiple team projects of greater complexity.
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Why Agile methods are so popular What Agile is good for - the key problems that are solved by Agile methods The basics of Agile - what makes it work, how it overcomes traditional problems of waterfall development How an Agile team is different from a traditional development team Key roles on an Agile team Why Agile teams need different management What management has to do to adapt to Agile methods What to expect in an Agile transition The 3 essentials of Agile methods needed to make it successful 5 things that will stop Agile in its tracks and cause it to be ineffective
He has consulted in the computer, software, office equipment, consumer electronics and insurance industries, helping to assure that every dollar spent on development leads to business value. Working at the intersection of business management and technology, John provides insight into what’s working and helps to eliminate what isn’t working. John’s book on management for technology executives, titled Get Out of the Way, was published in 2010. The book is focused on how to manage development to get timely, innovative and relevant products. ...more
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Published on Sep 9, 2012
Major IT projects not only cost a lot of money, they require coordination of business and technical people across multiple departments. So m...