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|Nom(s) et Prénom(s)|
|Job||Business Relationship Manager, Agile Practitioner|
|email||lalatendu [dot] das [at] gmail [dot] com|
|Phone number||+91 9833329491|
|Entreprise/Organisation||Tata Consultancy Services Ltd|
|Ville (Pays)|| Mumbai|
|Type de conférence||Conference > 100 attendees|
Scaling agility - The story of a "chicken"
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Lalatendu has over 12 year of experience in IT strategy, business relationship management, organization change management and large program management. Lalatendu has been an agile practitioner for last six years and during this period he has consulted many large corporations on Agile adoption, Agile governance and distributed Agile delivery. Lalatendu holds a Bachelor of technology degree and is a certified scrum master.
In the typical "chicken vs pig" dichotomy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Chicken_and_the_Pig) all Agile methodologies favor the pigs (project teams). However in a typical enterprise, the chickens (managers, leaders outside the project team) have a significant role to play in scaling agility. This talk aims to explore a few essential attributes needed to be a successful manager/leader in an agile organization. This talk is based on my personal experience of scaling a small agile team to an enterprise wide phenomenon for an marquee account of TCS.
Soumis par ppetit le lun, 06/13/2011 - 02:02