"Kristine Berry is an educator, coach, facilitator, and leader who is passionate about helping teams enjoy their work and create delightful products. She works at IBM today at the intersection of Agile, Offering Management and Design Thinking transformation - enabling hundreds of hardware and software teams across the globe in new ways of working. She often uses her instructional design background, PMI certification, and 18 years of experience, to create and lead programs that serve IBM teams, users and clients."
Abstract: We’re several years into an agile transformation at IBM and some teams are thriving while others are still struggling. The reasons might surprise you (hint: it’s not about the practices). Come listen to stories of real-life teams and what characteristics seem to predict success or failure, in terms of agile adoption and business outcomes. Prepare to share your own stories and contribute to the discussion.
- Listen to stories of real-world teams who have experienced success - and failure - at adopting and applying agile to software/hardware delivery
- Compare and contrast those team experiences to understand three key factors that predict success or failure: agile leadership, agile mindset/values, and the inclusion of user- and market-centered outcomes
- Contribute to the discussion by sharing their own experiences and insights
5:30pm – 6pm: Networking/ Snacks/ Refreshments
6pm – 7pm: Topic
You must register for this event and bring ID to be allowed in MetLife building.
|Event Date||01-23-2019 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||01-23-2019 7:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-06-2019 12:00 am|
|Cut off date||01-22-2019 11:55 pm|
|Strategy PDU Hours||0.5|
|Leadership PDU Hours||0.5|
|Location||MetLife Building 1 Lovelace|