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Friday, May 18 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Iterative and Incremental – What’s the Difference and Why Should You Care?

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Agile is an incremental and iterative approach to delivering value to our customers. But too often we assume it’s really all about ways to slice work into smaller batch sizes and that both approaches are fundamentally equivalent. However, there is a crucial difference and this lack of awareness is a major contributor to projects and teams that are AINO (Agile In Name Only)! In this workshop, we will discuss how to differentiate between incremental and iterative approaches, their strengths and weaknesses, and why you really need both. We will explore the many ways in which iteration shapes the core of Agile practices, how it supports and enables the benefits of agility, and how understanding its awesome power is a key step in moving from “doing” Agile to truly being agile. In addition, we will take a close look at the practical implications of when to use each approach by discussing real world scenarios, highlighting common Agile anti-patterns and (re)examining familiar story slicing patterns. You will walk away with both a better understanding of one of the most important underlying principles of agility and immediately applicable insights for your daily work!

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Mathias Eifert

Lean/Agile Coach, Excella Consulting
Mathias Eifert is a coach and advocate for agility at all levels of the organization and a Managing Consultant at Excella in the Washington DC metro area. He has more than fifteen years of experience using Lean and Agile approaches to improve clients’ processes and build better... Read More →

Friday May 18, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Conference Room H
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