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Let's come together and discuss what it means to manage an agile project.
This is likely to be a smallish group so the format will be an open discussion.
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Thanks guys. this was a good meet up. I would like to offer to speak at the next one - perhaps in a half talk, half discussion format. topics could be how to:* Initiate an Agile project* Write an agile project contract* Run a project using Agile Kanban* Organize a large agile project with many teams* Reduce wasted time and effort in software development projects* Run a project retrospective* Understand Corporate Management Politics & Culture - drawing on "Moral Mazes" by Robert Jackall
What do people think? would any of these topics be of interest for the next meet up?
3 · October 16, 2013
I am interested in all the topics you have listed. If I wanted to prioritize my interests, it would be:
0 · October 16, 2013
1. understand the corporate management politics & culture
2. initiate an Agile project, and ... all other topics according to your list. Thanks for your offer.
Sounds awesome. Perhaps the first step before all of above mentioned topics would be how to even convince people "on the top" like sponsors, GM's and so on to begin with, of the benefits of going/being agile, getting their buy-in first...?
1 · October 17, 2013
Essentially the answers to "why should I go agile?" And "what's in it for me?" for these people.
Interesting topic posed in an interesting way.
0 · October 17, 2013
Sounds like it was a great evening. Pity I could not make it.
By the way, am looking for Agile PM/IMs in Sydney for contract work. If you have anyone in your network who is decent at Agile (I will train them and be there to coach the teams as well), who is looking for a job in Sydney, please contact me.
That would be a very interesting topic Murray. I'm involved at Business case level and always asked to estimate features, but often there's not enough detail to get a price on how long features would take to develop.
I could also talk about how to estimate and plan fixed price Agile Projects
1 · October 16, 2013
Great meetup. Thanks everyone. Look forward to the next session.
A big thank you to Shannon and Dan from ThoughtWorks and to Craig.
Thanks guys for the great discussion; it was very interesting indeed.
Good discussion. Thanks thoughtworks for hosting. And thank you also to the organizers. It was an interesting and engaging meetup. It certainly gave me quite a bit to think about.
I blogged my thoughts for the people who couldn't attend.Read herehttp://www.betterprojects.net/2013/10/what-does-agile-project-management-mean.html
2 · October 15, 2013
Gentlemen, Thx for organising :)
1 · October 15, 2013
Great exercise. Thank you guys. Shannon, ThoughtWorks , Craig, Peter..all
Wow, looks like a really full house! Wish I could have joined!
Thanks Peter & Thoughtworks for a hosting and an interesting evening, and for pizza & beer :-)
Good discussion going on
0 · October 15, 2013
Hi Craig, if you are still looking for a venue we could host it at ThoughtWorks.
2 · October 4, 2013
Great. Thanks Shannon
0 · October 4, 2013
Am meant to be on a plane from Perth, but will try to change, as I would really like to attend!
0 · September 17, 2013
Disappointed, but haven't been able to rearrange my plans :( ... will hopefully see you all next time!
1 · October 1, 2013
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0 · September 24, 2013
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