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Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Agile Techniques

Great Sprint Reviews: Patterns for Success Prior Year Content

Whether you’re new to agile or Scrum or an experienced practitioner, everyone has had a bad sprint review here and there. But do you consistently miss the mark? Have limited attendance, engagement, and feedback? Feel you might be developing the wrong products and simply going through the motions? Your demos should be lively, powerful, insightful, and valuable. In this energized session, join Bob Galen as he shares stories of common patterns he’s seen again and again that increase the value and vibrancy of sprint reviews. Bob discusses agenda setting, marketing, customer focus, why planning is crucial, and execution principles for your sprint reviews. He explores how to gather feedback, measure success, and take further action. Finally, Bob discusses how to demo non-functional and other types of work so your stakeholders “get” the value proposition. In the end, take away strategies and techniques that will change your reviews forever.

1.00 PMI® PDU
Bob Galen
Bob Galen, Velocity Partners

An agile methodologist, practitioner, and coach, Bob Galen ([email protected])helps guide companies in their adoption of Scrum and other agile methodologies and practices. Bob is a principal agile evangelist at Velocity Partners; president of RGCG; and frequent speaker on software development, project management, software testing, and team leadership. He is a Certified Scrum Coach, Certified Scrum Product Owner, and an active member of the Agile and Scrum Alliances. Bob published Scrum Product Ownership–Balancing Value from the Inside Out.

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