Paper Submissions

How to survive in an Agile team for Introverts

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Being an introvert is very challenging in today’s agile environment as it is difficult to get enough alone time to re-charge. This presentation will talk about how I coped with this and what I could have done better

Vandana Sinha
Enterprise Transformation Consultant
Independent Consultant
Implement DevOps in Large enterprises

Track: Software Development Done Right
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Drivers for DevOps adoption at a financial product development firm and insight to do it effectively

Vishal Agrawal
Vice President
Broadridge
Scaling metamorphosis

Track: Life Beyond Scrum
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Technological advances are rewriting the way we work and socialize. From occasional to frequent and seamless updates, software development now symbolizes lightning code. App based eco systems (Paytm, Uber, Swiggy) have transformed lives. Leadership styles have evolved from command and control to collaboration and inclusivity. Adapting standard frameworks to scale enterprises do not yield expected outcomes. Hence the need to explore, innovate and adapt retaining the best of all worlds.

Deepthi
Agile Coach
Boeing
Sense of Urgency without the Timebox

Track: Life Beyond Scrum
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Kanban for Dev projects? Without the timebox? Will the team work with a sense of urgency?
This is usually how most managers/leaders react when someone proposes the idea of using Kanban for a development project. While the timebox does help, it is not the only way to bring a sense of urgency.
In this session, we will discuss the relationship between stress and performance, followed by five key ideas that can help a Kanban dev teams gain a sense of urgency and progress towards high performance.

Sanjay Kumar
Agile Coach and Trainer
Independent Consultant
Elements of High Performing Teams

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Within the high-performance team, people are highly skilled and are able to interchange their roles. Also, leadership within the team is not vested in a single individual. Instead the leadership role is taken up by various team members, according to the need at that moment in time. High-performance teams have robust methods of resolving conflict efficiently, so that conflict does not become a roadblock to achieving the team’s goals.

Vivek Kumar
Enterprise Agile Coach
Monotype
Behavioural Science

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
All organizations are composed of individuals, with different personality, attitudes, values, perception, motives, aspirations and abilities. The main reason to understand behavior is that individuals are different. No two individuals are similar. Without understanding human behavior, it is very difficult to work in an organization. We are going to explore few aspect of human behavior.

Ankur Nag
Agile Coach
Delta Corp Ltd.
Culture and You

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Case study

Summary
Culture is a soft concept and like strategy it cannot be copied. Is there a way to measure culture? If not, then how do we say whether particular culture is good or bad? As an individual how often do we change our behavior to adapt to a new situation? If changing one’s behavior is tough, then how difficult is to change behavior of big Organization?

Harihara Ganesh D
Senior Program Manager
VISA
The role of Leadership in Agile Transformation

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
In today’s constantly changing world, almost every business is pursuing to bring in significant levels of improvements to the overall Business Agility. While there is a lot of attention towards making the teams Agile, what’s often not clearly understood is the role of Leadership in an Agile Transformation. Leadership, while expected to support the Transformation, also faces significant challenges. Join this talk to get details on the Leadership Quadrant, Challenges, Solutions and Case Studies.

Vikrant Kardam
Agile Transformation Coach
ThoughtWorks
Building a responsive organisation

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Responsiveness is new reality. Transparency and visibility are new must have for leaders. Exploration and adaption of new technologies is new norm. How do we build such a responsive organisation?

Nilesh Kulkarni
Enterprise agile coach
ThoughtWorks
Rituals… Or Essence…

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Agile: What is it?
– Perception about agile in IT industry
– Is Agile Ritual or an Essence
– Support needed for better agile implementation
– Role of Culture in Agile

Rajat Deep Singh
Agile Practioner
Monotype Solutions India Pvt. Ltd.

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