Over past few years, more software development teams have been adopting agile and lean methods to deliver better quality products at fast pace. Despite best efforts, it has been observed that missing deadlines and churning out buggy software product continues. 

Join us at the Agile Deep Dive Conference on May 25, 2018 in Manila,  as we explore the best possible solutions and best practices that will make Agile in practice experience rewarding. The conference features insightful sessions taking deep dive in Agile Methodology with a focus on the Agile implementation challenges and success across key areas such as engineering, technology, leadership, cultural and change management.

The Agile Deep Dive is a must event for agile development teams, agile coaches and project/program managers & Leads and agile enthusiast.


The conference targets to feature presentation and discussion sessions by recognized thought-leaders addressing the actual developments and trends in the world of Agile. The conference presentations by expert speakers will highlight Agile implementation challenges and their solutions making it easier to understand how Agile methodology can successfully deliver business results speedily as per the plan.


Agile Expert Sessions, Networking Opportunities & Conference Training Advantage!

Friday, 25 May, 2018
Registration and Welcome Note - Ashwinee Kalkura, Head - Agile & SAFe Consulting, KnowledgeHut
Opening and Welcome Note - Ashwinee Kalkura, Head - Agile & SAFe Consulting, KnowledgeHut
Agile is a light weight and adaptive way of quickly delivering value to business. Value is delivered through adaptive planning, collaboration, quickly responding to change and continuous improvement by self-organizing, multi-disciplinary and cross-functional teams. Adapting the Agile culture is the primary reason why it works. Based on a study on human behavior by Dr. David McClelland backed by 5 decades of data, teams who are self-organizing are more driven to perform. When we say self-organizing we mean that they have: - Autonomy - Mastery - Purpose Based on an MIT study people who are given autonomy, mastery and purpose have higher morale and productivity. A Gallup study in 2016 shows that people with a defined meaning and purpose at work results in the following: - 3x likely to stay in the company - 1.4x more engaged at work - 1.7x higher job satisfaction Team with mastery on what they do have more confidence in delivering value to business. But companies look at Agile in terms of roles and ceremonies forgetting the most important factor of production and that are the people as Peter Drucker would put it. Collaboration, iteration, responding to change, time-boxed and delivery-focus are important. But more important is to: “Build a trusting and safe environment where problems can be raised without fear of blame, retribution, or being judged, with an emphasis of healing and problem solving.” (scrumcrazy.com) - Carlos Codina, IT Head / Agile Coach, Weserve Management & Manpower Services Inc
User Stories are one of the Primary artifacts in AGILE methodology. User Stories are short, simple and user perspective descriptions of the requirements. User stories been written in a natural language so that it can describe the type of User, what they want and why. User Stories are persona based and should comply with exit criteria. An effective user story should comply with 3 C’s and INVEST. They can vary from a Large EPIC to a small User story, which can provide value to the business upon implementation. User stories are easier to read and understand when written in active voice. - Bhaskar Kiran Wunnava, Agile Coach, TCS
A product owner in a scrum team is the link between the development team and the customers/ stakeholders. They are entrusted to maximize the business value, but they carefully balances the customer outcomes in consideration of the technical debt and team morale. It is commonly thought that Product Ownership is a straight forward role in Agile process but it is not. There are challenges that somehow needs to be resolved and overcome with. There also exists deviations on the product owner role that becomes counter productive thus, can be detrimental to the agile process. These anti-patterns are now common in most organizations implementing agile. - TeofiloTed FloresII, Principal Business System Analyst/ Agile Scrum Master, Infor
A servant leader style of project management is an important aspect of agile projects and is essential to making the teams productive and thereby successful. The project manager must strive to coach and help the team members in the agile way of working and must look to energize and inspire the team. The project manager must aspire to improve the lives of team members by facilitating empowerment and creativity - Pradeep Lokesh, Project Manager - Agile and DevOps, IBM
Agile Game - Chris Cochran, Senior Manager / International Agile Coach, Alorica Philippines, Inc.
Self-Organizations - Shirley Feraer Santiago, Chief Architect and Professional Scrum Trainer, Trainer in various concern
Agile and Big Teams - Don Escuro, Director, Development, Finastra
Software security is one of the areas in the software development which are less looked into. With the increasing cyber attacks, it is essential to safegaurd our applications and reduce the vulnerabilities. Security should be considered throughout the development life cycle and should be an integral part of DevOps. Talk includes: 1. Software security 2. Cyber attacks 3. Safegaurding ways 4. Integrating with DevOps 5. Future of Software security - Rajesh Dharmalingam, Agile Practitioner / Design Thinker / Speaker, Equinix
"Agile Methods”- Transitioning from Scrum to Kanban - Kevin Manansala, Agile Team Coach, eComEngine, LLC
Conclusion & Thank You Note




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