The panelists discuss topics related to Agile Software development within the same three different categories as the three tracks of the conference: Organization, Practices and Technology.
Stephen Grafton shares from his experience working with distributed teams in a large organization, bringing together business and agile practices.
Cecile Diener shares her experience at eBay Europe building small self-managed teams along with their practices.
Brindusa Axon, David Evans debate the pros and cons of using stories and discuss practices and techniques for improving them.
Jutta Eckstein discusses the impact and application of agile development practices in distributed teams and how such a team can ensure its technical excellence.
Michael Rawling explains how user personas can help having productive conversations with stakeholders and how to integrate them into an Agile process.
Em Campbell-Pretty overviews how to create an Impact Map, sharing real world examples of how impact mapping has helped support the delivery of software products.
Kiro Harada attempts to clear up some misconceptions on several Lean practices: Value Stream and Flow, Visualization, Pull-System, 5 Times Whys, Kanban, Kaizen.
Larry Maccherone presents the latest findings on the attempt to quantify the benefits of introducing an Agile culture and practices into an organization.
Matt Philip discusses how to deepen the understanding of Kanban with depth-of-kanban assessments and through a series of experiments, emergence of a new role — the flow manager — and standard work.
Luca Mezzalira introduces several Kaizen techniques for work and spare time.
Andy Carmichael shares some lessons learned implementing a number of Kanban practices that have been subjected to an improving process.