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Critical Agile Practices

 

Five techniques that can make our teamwork and our teams dramatically more effective. The nuances I almost never see teams doing (and that have made my teams much more effective) that I coach my own teams in. I’m an engineering-team and engineering-organization fire-jumper. This is stuff that works for me.

I’ve not only seen these techniques work with my teams but… I’m also the co-author of the Study of Product Team Performance, in which correlations from the thousands of respondents on product teams all over the world have validated the universality of the nuances of two of the techniques I’ll be sharing.

The first four techniques are pretty easy and pretty simple. I’ve been teaching and coaching managers and teams in all five for 15 years. It’s time they get wider visibility, and a wider swath of teams and managers get a shot at leveraging them.

Webinar Presenter

Ron Lichty has been transforming chaos to clarity and making software development “hum” for most of his 25 years. He does software engineering management consulting for business, product, and engineering leaders in companies of all sizes. He’s been a champion of development best practices industry-wide for decades, and training and coaching teams and executives in agile mindset and practices for over a decade.

Moderator

Punkaj Jain, VP, Software Services, Synerzip

Punkaj Jain, is Vice President of Software Services based in the San Francisco Bay area.

Dynamic and accomplished Executive, Entrepreneur & Leader with a track record from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies in multiple disciplines. Astute strategic, business, financial, and technical skills delivering revenue & profit growth, business solutions in Big Data, IoT, Digital Health, E-Commerce & Cloud technologies. Results and business oriented leader with a strong focus on customer engagement & satisfaction.

Earlier in his career, Punkaj had senior database engineering roles at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) & Sybase. Punkaj has a Masters in Computer Science from Wayne State University and a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering