This talk is about the Agile mindset and adapting to rapidly changing industries as well as what needs to change so as to become more agile as a team, organization, and as an individual. This workshop is for managers and development teams who are struggling with customer satisfaction and innovation. We will discover both long-lived and modern agile approaches and talk about shifting roles while working in the same project.
The agile mindset focuses on “being agile” as a foundation for success in “doing agile.” It is defined by the four values and the twelve principles of the Agile Manifesto, and then it is realized through an unlimited number of practices and ways of working. There is no room for a fixed mindset in an agile environment.
What are the thoughts of a person with fixed mindset?
What are the thoughts of a person with a growth mindset?
A growth mindset is present in someone who wants to learn and grow, something we need in agile. It is absolute necessary to realize, accept, and practice the new demands of the industry for which the team is developing. This links us to adaptability, which is important not only on a team level but also on an organizational level to make sure we have magnitude within the industry.
Agile is a collective concept that includes different techniques that enable the ability to adapt quickly to new conditions. The agile methodology focuses on delivering the features that have the greatest business value first, and then communicating with customers in real time to enable direct feedback from them. In this talk, I will discuss Bloom’s taxonomy, the forming–storming–norming–performing model of group development, and the Shuhari approach.
You’ll receive the link to join in your email upon registration
June 17th, 2021 at 5:30 PM CET
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