Hi, all -
This month, Daniel Sloan takes the Scrum Meetup stage to talk about transparency. We'll have pizza and drinks, per usual. Looking forward to seeing you all there! Here's more info about our topic:
Is a lack of transparency hindering your pursuit of Agile? Stories from the field to help inspire and assist you along the journey.
What is transparency and why is it so important in empirical process control methods like Scrum? What requires transparency and when? Why do organizations struggle with transparency?
In this interactive talk, Dan Sloan introduces the pillar of transparency in Scrum and will navigate you through a journey of successes and failures he’s encountered in his years of coaching and training Scrum teams around the globe – all of which hinged around this important principle of agility. Specific artifacts and behaviors from actual Scrum projects will surprise and inspire you, while offering ideas to realize the benefits of transparency in your own organization.
Biography of Daniel Sloan:
Daniel Sloan is a Managing Partner and Agile Coach with The Madison Henry Group, a global management and technology consulting firm, as well as a Professional Scrum Trainer & Agility Path Engagement Manager with Scrum.org.
An industry veteran with 20+ years of experience in a variety of hands-on and leadership roles within software development, Dan has served as trainer and coach for many organizations applying Agile principles to achieve their vision for software.
For a detailed bio on Dan, visit www.madisonhenry.com,www.scrum.org, or connect on LinkedIn atwww.linkedin.com/in/danielhsloan.