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Us, them, and the problem with common agile practice

Jeff Patton

Track: Keynote
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Tipo: Keynote
Nivel: Practicante
Duración: 60 mins.


Today’s common agile practice unintentionally reinforces the gap between us, and them. Just like software processes that came before, “us,” the people who make software rely on “them” to give us requirements. We rely on them to understand and tell us what’s of value. It hasn’t worked for the last 30 years, and still doesn’t now.

In this talk Jeff explores where value really comes from and gives you a vocabulary for describing it. You’ll learn why each small piece of software we deliver is valuable, but not always for the reasons you think. You’ll learn about the concepts and practices that bring us and them together as co-makers who together take responsibility for creating real value.

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Today’s common agile practice unintentionally reinforces the gap between us, and them. Just like software processes that came before, “us,” the people who make software rely on “them” to give us requirements. We rely on them to understand and tell us what’s of value. It hasn’t worked for the last 30 years, and still doesn’t now.

In this talk Jeff explores where value really comes from and gives you a vocabulary for describing it. You’ll learn why each small piece of software we deliver is valuable, but not always for the reasons you think. You’ll learn about the concepts and practices that bring us and them together as co-makers who together take responsibility for creating real value.







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