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Tips & Tricks for Implementing Enterprise Agile Cultural Transformation – From Within!

Speaker:

Maximilian Ekesi

Abstract:

Have you ever been part of an IT organization that had dozens, hundreds, thousands of people, and changes always appear immensely difficult? If changing such a massive organization is difficult, imagine adopting Agile on an enterprise-wide scale. Well, imagine if you could learn a few critical tips & tricks that have worked for some people in the past and might just work for you. Imagine if you could learn specific methods that can be turned into actionable objectives the next day you’re back in the office. There are various ways to approach an enterprise Agile transformation – come hear an approach that is based on changing from within, using people and resources that are already within your organization.

Bio:

Since 2001, Max Ekesi has held various IT roles: Systems & Storage Engineer, Business Analyst, Project/Program Manager, Scrum Master, IT Manager, and presently he is a Tools & Processes Manager at General Motors IT. He has assisted Cultural Transformations since 2007 in two companies that were Fortune 50. Max leverages Agile and Kaizen principles equally during his transformational journeys. In 2011 Max founded and still facilitates the Agile Austin Leaders Special Interest Group, a forum for people who want to lead Agile adoptions. In his spare time Max enjoys traveling with his wife and two daughters, play/watch/coach soccer, and meet diverse people!

Recorded At:

Keep Austin Agile 2018

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