About this Event
Agile is built around the idea of delivering value as early and often as possible. This can be achieved by showing our work as soon as the client can use it and getting some input, so we can make sure we are building what the customer needs.
While most Agile implementations do come with some building client review process, a lot of teams seem to struggle when it comes to what to show, how to show it and who to get customers’ feedback.
Using some simple steps, we can help our teams build a presentation that will keep stakeholders engaged and make sure you get some guides on what to build next.
Guest Speaker: Adil Addiya
With 15 years of experience working as a Scrum Master/Agile Coach, software engineer, and designer with startups and big companies, I help teams innovate, perform, and deliver value faster.
He pulls on the knowledge founding multiple business ventures to help existing companies understand how to bring principles and tactics from the highly innovative world of startups and use them to build the next big thing.
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