Paper Submissions

Automation Strategies in Agile World

Track: Software Development Done Right
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Identifying the quality and risk of new features to an acceptable level of confidence means carrying out a large number of different types of tests: code analysis, unit, functional, performance, regression and stability tests, usability analyses and more.

Vikas Mittal
Global President
Xebia
Validate your hypothesis through Lean Experiments

Track: Life Beyond Scrum
Type of Paper: Case study

Summary
The case study will help understand the approach of
– building the hypothesis
– identifying the key assumptions and further risky assumptions
– defining, planning and running lean experiments to “fail fast” on riskiest assumptions
– validating or rejecting the hypothesis
– consolidating insights from the experiments to
inform a clear product vision & roadmap based on
feasibility, usability and value

Jisha Sharma
AI Studio Lead
McKinsey & Company
Diary of an agile Coach :: We learn from failure, not from success!

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
The agile culture has become key goal of enterprises and is catching up. According to the 7th Annual State of Agile Dev Survey, of the approximately 6,000 enterprises surveyed, 78% planned to embrace Agile at least some way within the next year, up from 50% the previous year. It is indeed good to see these initiatives but the road ahead is not a cake walk. There are some choppy waters to navigate on the path to success.

Ritu Arora
Director
Altran
Outcome driven Transformation

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
This will be a workshop to identify our immediate step you need to take for your agile transformation journey and why.

Ashutosh Rai
Principle Transformation Consultant
Xebia
Agilizing the Enterprise- How Cisco Moved the Needle

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Setting out on a journey to agilize an organisation with more than 3000 employees and 6000 partners can be a daunting task. How the journey to Fast IT started with continuous delivery tooling to driving agile mindset and ultimately DevSecOps through a mix of bottom up and top down approach.

Prateek Verma
Agile Coach
Cisco Systems
Crafting Quality Code

Track: Software Development Done Right
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
Influencing every SW engineer towards a culture of clean code quality excellence. Why does crafting quality code becomes imperative in SW industry /all the fields we are in today?An initial check on the internet will easily throw you an indicator, close to 75% of an engineer’s time is spent in understanding the code. In Philips with our Software Center of Excellence we are addressing these issues and helping in crafting quality code as a culture in the organization.

Sundaresan Jagadeesan
Director
Philips India Limited
Innovation is a tricky business …. the biggest have failed !!!

Track: Software Development Done Right
Type of Paper: Research

Summary
India has been a land of innovation … we are a nation of Jugaad. But does Jugaad work all the time …. Remember Tata Nano ? Perhaps Design thinking was not applied ?But we have so many instances of failed innovation even by the biggest brands we have known. So how can we get the innovation thinking right ? We shall explore a technique called Job-To-Be-Done.

Vipul Chandra
Independent Agile Consultant
Agile Antidotes To Kill Anti Agile Patterns

Track: Agile and Organizational Behavior
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
“In this proposed session , I cover how as Change Agents we need to administer doses of anitdotes to kill the poison of Agile Anti patterns.
The talk will focus on
1.Practical impediments faced by Agile Coaches
2.Leadership Style to administer the antidote
3.How to make sure anti patterns don’t relapse
4.How to prepare agile antidotes and change the composition per teams
5.The talks uses analogy from the field of medical sciences and co-relates
those practices into the Agile world.”

Ashutosh Bhatawadekar
Enterprise Agile Coach
Tata Consultancy Services
Scaling code quality – improving life quality

Track: Software Development Done Right
Type of Paper: Experience

Summary
“This paper emphasizes the significance of the very basic foundation of software engineering i.e.Code.[show_more more=”read more” less=”show less”Software Engineering practices to write high quality code (design decision, architecture ) and how to maintain it (Tech debt/reuse) in the context of business agility . Will take this discussion forward on how to achieve the scale of code quality in this time of open source. Will share framework /best practices of higher code quality and how it helps
in enabling higher quality of life.”

Harsha Vardhan
Senior Director Software Engineering
Optum Global Solutions
Spent 6 months and delivered epic failure

Track: Software Development Done Right
Type of Paper: Case study

Summary
“This is a case study of a doomed application for an amazing product idea, where my team diligently worked towards failure which none of us realized and how we all learned why just deployment in the end of the sprint was not enough.By doing agile you can deliver good code but how to understand what to be delivered iteratively in a meaningful sequence was the question

Yogyata
Product Manager
Nutrabay

Dear Potential Speakers,

The call for papers has been extended till 20th August. All those who have submitted papers for AgileNCR 2019, please reach out to skar@xebia.com and pbarar@xebia.com for further updates and information. Please treat this message as urgent!

Please be tuned to agilencr.org for the latest updates.

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