Agile

13.30 – 14.00 : Systematic, Jan Reher

14.00 – 14.30 : FirstAgenda, Janus Gitz

14.30 – 15.00 : eBay, Lone Bliksted

15.00 – 15.30 : Mjølner, Mikkel Messer

15.30 – 16.00 : Drinks and network


Systematic: Jan Reher

Time: 13.30 – 14.00
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Software development process for pleasure and profit

Whenever a group of people collaborate, they have a process, i.e. they have a way of working together towards their common goals. Such a process may be tacit or explicitly defined. It may also be supportive or detrimental to achieving the goals. These statements also hold for people building software solutions. That’s you. In this lecture, I will discuss the characteristics of a good software development process, and present Systematic’s process as an example. Our process is explicitly defined, pleasant to work with, profitable, and shared across the organisation. And supportive of an agile way of working. My ambition is to help you decide what constitutes a good process for your situation. Also, by providing an example, I will demonstrate that it is feasible to construct one.

 

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FirstAgenda: Janus Gitz

Time: 14.00 – 14.30
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Riding the serendipities

When developing digital products we fail more often than when we try to guess the outcome of a coin toss. A popular coping mechanism for organisations is to simply ignore this fact and act like succesful product development is foreseeable and can be planned for. Another way to do it could be to invest in the craftsmanship of failing fast, the skillset and mindset to recognize a wrong bet fast and to recognize a serendipity and ride it.

 

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eBay: Lone Bliksted

Time: 14.30 – 15.00
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How eBay Business Development became agile

Creativity and a strong stomach was needed when we tried to introduce the agile way of working in eBay… This will be the true story about how much can be at stake, if you are convinced that the agile way of working brings the best product, but also provides the strongest fundament for a profitable business. Spoiler; in eBay a 2 figure million amount was needed to convince the management team that this would be the way forward.

 


Mjølner: Mikkel Messer

Time: 15.00 – 15.30
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Agile is the key to rapid innovation

How do you create innovation with agile methodologies? How do you apply speed to your innovation processes? Mikkel dives into the question of how we support rapid innovation processes that create kickass projects with a strategic fit in our customers’ organizations. Mikkel gives concrete examples of how Mjølner works with this issue and insights in terms of the steps Mjølner goes through with its customers.

 

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Track commander

Transire: Christian Dürr

 

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