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Wednesday, May 22 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Agile Practices in Practice: Towards A Theory of Agile Adoption and Process Evolution

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As teams and organisations make the difficult shift to agile ways of working, there has been relatively little investigation of how they adopt and use agile practices. To aid those teams looking to move to agile we should examine how others have done so and what practical value they found. We studied teams which adopted agile practices across a spectrum from taking on a whole methodology to a couple of practices at a time, and then committed to continuous assessment and improvement of their ways of working. Those teams favoured adapting agile-based, team-oriented practices suited to their particular needs over technical practices and defined methodologies.

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James Noble

Professor, Victoria University of Wellington
programming, guitars, programming languages, analogue eurorack modulars, post-agile methods, digital synthesisers, grounded theory, plastic recorders, design, whatever. helvetica.
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Craig Anslow

Lecturer in Software Engineering, Victoria University of Wellington
I study Agile teams, build tools for Agile teams, and educate people about software development processes notably Agile methods.

Wednesday May 22, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am EDT
E-2022 (2nd Floor)