Monday February 16th at 10:30PST (1:30 EST) I will be doing my second talking-head stint on the Yi-Tan conference call. This time with my good buddy Bill Anderson. We’ll be talking about Agile methodologies and what might come next.
Corey Ladas will also be joining me on the line. All are welcome. Here’s the invite info from Jerry Michalski:
How might we use the precepts of agile programming in general (non-IT) business settings?
Agile programming has come a long way from its early incarnation as extreme programming on the first wiki. It's been influenced by lean manufacturing and spawned practices like Scrum.
Yet the agile community remains pretty insular. Only lately have people seriously explored how agile principles and practices might be used outside software development.
- What does agile mean? What are its core practices?
- How do those practices and principles apply to general management?
- What virtues and new value can this bring?
Date: Monday, February 16, 2009
Time: 10:30 PST, 1:30 EST
Dial-in Number: 1-712-580-1100
Participant Access Code: 778778
Wiki goodness at www.yi-tan.com
Please feel free to forward this note to people you think would be interested in these calls.
Hope to see you show up in the IRC and maybe hear you on the phone.
Blogged at My House in Seattle, WA