Slides and references to material from my talk yesterday at db system
A big thank you to DB Systel GmbH and @mschauber for the invite, the opportunity to share my thoughts and a perfect organisation.
Thank you for Henrik Kniberg on his Video: Agile PO in a Nutshell from Henrik Kniberg that excels in explaining the role of an PO and how the Scrum process works
I was using ideas and materials from strategyzer.com for a brief analysis of stakeholder need
And finally the slides for download: Slides: Architecture in an agile context.
Pics of my talk in front of a great and engaged audience below:
Here is my presentation from my presentation today at OOP Conference in Munich. The session outlined the evolution of a fictive but typical successful web enterprise from start up over scale out to a cost sensitive business with specialized teams, processes and product owners.
In an interactive workshop we drafted the evolution of the architectural challenges, driven by business needs, and how high scalable web architectures and classical enterprise architecture fit together.
I found this nice site with a well done topic map around agile, the Agile Atlas site. Even if you are an experienced Scrumer or Agilist it is one of the good references in the web that are worth to be shared.
Yesterday I had had a talk at Scrumtisch München / JBoss User Group Munich in front of a very interested audience, giving interesting and sound feedback.
Topic covered was:
“From a point of view that sees Scrum as a negotiotion framework and a methodology embedded in a larger social, organizational and commercial context I want to discuss the core questions to make the implementation of Scrum and agile methods a success. Those points mainly deal with management and top management that should empower projects to live the values of agile project methodologies.
Learning from roles and responsibilities of expert police negotiation teams an easy checklist can be derived to proof wether mangagement supports a transition or does the opposit. This gives also a transparency on the true source of fire if you and your team(s) are burned – or as manager what you can really do to support.”
See my slides here: Download Slides