Richard Weissel advises Agile organizations to spend some time understanding what it is that makes the classroom environment a classic example of collaborative working based on trust and respect.
Wendy Closson talks about the concrete steps that will get one in the habit of winning friends and influencing people using an algorithmic approach to speaking authoritatively and authentically.
Nick Beenham describes how the Enterprise Services Team at Comcast transformed from large monolithic deployments with cycle times of anything from 90 days to cycle times measured in hours.
Neha Batra believes that the best teams are the ones with diverse ways of working, diverse opinions, and diverse backgrounds, but with great diversity comes great responsibility.
Joseph Rodriguez and Peter Clowes talk about the basic principles of XP.
Dan Podsedly talks about the challenges and opportunities encountered as product organizations grow beyond the single agile team, based on real world experiences of Pivotal Tracker.
Pete Cohen and Chris Bignoux discuss how a new product owner should tackle Agile projects, exploring techniques for informing stakeholders and facilitating decision-making.
Michael Venezia discusses creating a container-friendly environment starting with CI/CD of container images, providing a roadmap to meet an organization's needs and fostering cooperation.
Todd Sedano explains the way to enable one's team to not only survive but thrive through abrupt changes in team composition.
Joe Moore answers many questions about pair programming and remote pair programming, from the poignant to the silly.
Josh Franklin, Alex Basson, and Jim Thomson – a designer, an engineer, and a PM, respectively, will give a "Balanced Talk" on their successes and failures building the Small Token iOS app.
Helena Moore discusses how an organization can achieve the balance between high performance leadership and a great culture/family feel in the context of the changes in how people and businesses work.