13 must-attend Agile government sessions at Agile2015

Are you a public sector professional attending Agile2015?

If so, here are 13 must-attend sessions:

Agile White House: How the TechFAR & Digital Services Playbook are Transforming Government
(Aaron Pava)

How DevOps Will Fix Government IT: Agility in a Low Trust Environment
(Mark Schwartz)

Agency and Department Adoption of Agile: Lessons Learned and Recommendations
(Joshua Seckel, Jerry Frese)

50 Shades of Agile
(Joshua Seckel)

Government Product Owner: What to expect when they’re expecting
(Salah Elleithy, Darren Hoevel)

Challenges for Agile in Government – “Culture eats Strategy for Breakfast”
(Bob Payne, Beth Miller)

Waterfall comfort in an agile world: Give Federal Execs the answers they ‘used to get’
(John Hughes)

Introduction to Agile in Government Agencies
(Sujatha Augustine)

Hardened Agility: Deploying Agile at a Defense Contractor
(Joe Gariano)

Agile @ OPM: Stakeholder Collaboration and Individual Interactions
(Richard Cheng, Bridget Dongarra)

Surviving a Series of Unfortunate Events; Building Trust and Making Agile work in the DoD
(David Bulkin, Verlisa Taylor)

How to SWITCH to Agile in the Federal Landscape
(James Barclay, Jon Ruark)

Agile Planning and Estimating Techniques in a Federal World
(Brandon Raines, Edric Spruill)

2015-07-30T15:48:03-07:00 July 30th, 2015|Categories: Events|Tags: , |

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