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Thursday, May 17 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Building a well-oiled delivery machine: How to take your team from zero to awesome using collaboration

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Are you tired of deadline driven development!? Are you frustrated by the silos within your organization? Stand on the backs of giants! Learn to identify key attributes of collaboration in order to inspire your team! Whether you are the newest member or the team veteran. No matter which role you play you can add tremendous value to your team by applying elements learned in this session! From mobbing to all-in-one product teams, ux/design to continuous deployments, rapid feedback to increasing visibility, you too can reap the benefits of increasing internal and external collaboration! Join Chris and Fred as they describe the experiences they have found work effectively with their teams. The practices, processes, and principles that have brought them positive results through improved interaction within the team and beyond. They will share the team prerequisites, necessary infrastructure, and appropriate mindset needed to apply these same concepts to your own teams. They will highlight the benefits: to the business, to the project, and most importantly, to the people!

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Fred Estabrook

Software Craftsman, Pillar
I like to talk about pretty much anything. Travel, house repairs / renovations, cycling, cooking, cars, cats, beer / spirits, and of course coding, coaching, craftsmanship, collaboration, and delivering value. ;~)
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Chris O'Connor

Chief Change Agent/Owner/Agile Coach, Xtrm-Nrg Consulting
After a typical overwhelming experience in game development I sought out ways to make developing better. I was lucky to join a group of folks that were associated with the Chrysler C# project and were on that path leveraging Extreme Programming and found my niche. Since then I've... Read More →

Thursday May 17, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Conference Room D
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