Microsoft DevOps Transformation

Checkout the video below of Donovan Brown presenting on "Microsoft DevOps Transformation" at deliver:Agile 2019. Donovan explains how Microsoft's Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Team System) went from a three-year waterfall delivery cycle to three-week iterations and open sourced the Azure DevOps task library and the Git Virtual File System. https://vimeo.com/334369858 Microsofts DevOps Transformation by Donovan…

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The Inner Game of Agility
Inner Game of Agility by Michael Hamman

The Inner Game of Agility

Check out the video below of Michael Hamman presenting on "The Inner Game of Agility" at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Michael explores the nature of inner agility, which refers to the sensemaking, communication, and relationship intelligence of an organization’s people. How might we concretely define the realm of inner agility? Why is it important…

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What’s Really Going On? An Observational Workshop
what's really going on observational workshop

What’s Really Going On? An Observational Workshop

Check out the video below of Julie Wyman and Mark Grove presenting on "What's Really Going on? An Observational Workshop" at the Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). They show us how observation is a powerful tool, but one which we may not take advantage to its true potential. By learning how to expand our observational…

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Kaizen – The Philosophy of Continuous  Improvement
Kaizen The Philosophy of Continuous Improvement By James Greene

Kaizen – The Philosophy of Continuous Improvement

Check out the video below of James Greene presenting on " Kaizen - The Philosophy of Continuous Improvement" at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). James explores the challenges for any servant leader in determining the best way to foster change that lasts. Agile offers the opportunity to implement small, effective changes over time, with the…

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Game of Sprints
Game of sprints

Game of Sprints

Check out the video below of Kevlin Henney presenting on "The Game of Sprintsy" at the Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Kevlin explores what kind of game Scrum is with lots of people are playing it — or say they are — but there seems to be some disagreement about what the point of the…

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Has Your Agile Transformation Hit a Wall
Has Your Agile Transformation Hit a Wall

Has Your Agile Transformation Hit a Wall

Check out the video below of Michael Spayd and Michele Madore presenting on "Has Your Agile Transformation Hit a Wall? Understand Why and What to Do Next" at the Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Michele and Michael look at what might be missing from a transformation: Culture has not changed, leaders do not yet fully…

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How to Change Minds: The Art of Influence Without Manipulation
How to Change Minds The Art of Influence Without Manipulation by Rob Jolles

How to Change Minds: The Art of Influence Without Manipulation

Check out the video below of Rob Jolles presenting on "How to Change Minds: The Art of Influence Without Manipulation" at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Rob explores why people are resistant to change. Why? Because people fundamentally fear change. In this fast paced, and spirited keynote participants are forced to focus away from the…

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So You Want To Go Faster? A Journey to Continuous Deployment
So you Want To Go Faster By Dan Davis

So You Want To Go Faster? A Journey to Continuous Deployment

Check out the video below of Dan Davis presenting on "So You Want to Go Faster" at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Dan explores how frequently does a good agile team deploy to production. Not every team is capable of deploying "on every commit". What does it take for a team to even start deploying…

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Productivity Engineering – Scaling a DevOps Culture
Productivity Engineering - Scaling a DevOps Culture by Mike McGarr

Productivity Engineering – Scaling a DevOps Culture

Check out the video below of Mike McGarr presenting on "Productivity Engineering - Scaling a DevOps Culture" at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Mike talks about how the software industry has seen an influx of technologies and techniques, including DevOps, cloud, Agile, microservices, machine learning, big data, containers and more. Organizations are becoming flatter and…

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We are the Leaders we have been Waiting For
We are the Leaders we have been Waiting For by Lyssa Adkins

We are the Leaders we have been Waiting For

Check out the video below of Lisa Adkins presenting on "We are the Leaders we have been Waiting For" at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Lisa asks if we Agilists value individuals and interactions over processes and tools, why do processes and tools so often run the show? In this talk, Lyssa offers two good…

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