Richard Sheridan presents tools and techniques for creating an intentional culture of joy lacking fear and ambiguity, the most productive environment in his opinion.
David Laing, Neels Burger, Neil Pellinacci, Parand Tony Darugar, and Scott Morrison (moderator) discuss the impact of integration of various interconnected devices, web technologies, and cultures.
Sam Hamilton discusses the technological, architectural and organizational changes an organization goes through in the process of upgrading its software stack without interrupting daily business.
Sedef Gavaz discusses the importance of adapting UX techniques used to the target audience, organization and culture, sharing lessons learned while working in China.
James Sutton presents why Kanban works well in software development and how it can improve the culture of a group using it. Sutton also touches complementary Lean ideas and tools.
Patrick Debois discusses the role of tools in creating a new devops culture that needs to be build inside organizations around the idea of craftsmanship.
Eric Wahlforss shares his thoughts on what’s great and not so great in building a company’s identity and culture related to communication, relations, the right people, technologies, Agile, etc..
Lloyd Taylor talks about different types of organizational culture, how to understand the culture one is in, what to do to be successful in the respective organization, and how to prepare for change.
In this presentation from SOA Symposium 2010, Manas Deb and Clemens Utschig-Utschig discuss how to derive business agility from SOA and BPM, motivations for agility, developing and nurturing agility, influencers and dependencies, how SOA and BPM enable agility, pitfalls and recommendations for organizational culture, and pitfalls and recommendations for business and technical architectures.
Jesper Boeg and Guilherme Silveira discuss various Agile anti-patterns which proved not to work for everybody, presenting some Lean principles implemented with Kanban and helping to improve things, resolving possible conflicts with traditional Agile practices, and determining if Lean&Kanban is appropriate for immature teams.
Jesper Boeg talks on the origins of Kanban, software Kanban, how it is different from other Agile methods and what it is useful for, the team maturity Kanban requires, and some of disadvantages of using Kanban.
Simon Baker and Gus Power point out that many projects fail due to organizational complexity, proposing ways to improve product development and business agility in order to make the customer happy.