ANN: "Agility for the Long Haul": Interview with Chris Sterling
- One of the comments I often hear from Agile teams is:
"We need marketing and sales and the business units and
operations to also be agile so we can *really* make an
Indeed, even "hyper-productive" Agile team(s) can have
a limited effect on the organization's throughput due to
downstream and upstream functions.
What sometimes happens a couple of years after the
initial euphoria of Agile adoption, the process and the
codebase start to atrophy or degrade.
Join me on November 1st as I interview Chris Sterling,
author of "Managing Software Debt". Our interview is
titled, "Spot On Business: Agility for the Long Haul".
- Why current Agile team performance does not guarantee
future organizational results
- What it takes to optimize across the entire value chain
- Which visibility matters across dependent teams and
- How to speak in dollars and dates without going
against Agile principles
- Strategies for integrating quality in the business
decision making process
- How to destroy Agility without even trying
As usual in 3P Vantage's "Spot On" interview series,
attendance is free and if you miss it, you'll get the
Put yourself on the attendee list at:
Author of the upcoming book, "The Human Side of Agile Management"
P.S. I'd like to suggest that your senior management might
be interested in attending. You (and they) will learn some
things from this interview that can put your Scrum/Agile
implementation on stronger footing.
The link again: http://www.3pvantage.com/csterling/saveMySeat.php?ver=YSD#reg