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Moving Beyond MVP: Feedback, Features and Pricing You've built a minimum viable product (MVP), that's great! But now what? Feature prioritization and pricing can make or break your product. Geoff Wilson explains how to do it right.
More On Why Managers Hate Agile In part two of his series, Steve Denning explains why Agile is massively scalable and profitable when well-executed in an organization.
Centralized Control: Trapped in Wagile (Part 4 of 4) In the last of his 4-part series, Dhaval Panchal take a deep dive into centralized control characteristics, which stem from misunderstanding the inherent complexity of real-world projects.
Agile2015 Highlights Kent McDonald offers his take on some Agile2015 sessions that took a deep dive into some fairly simple techniques and prompted some ideas on his part.
Why Do Managers Hate Agile? Steve Denning discusses why the vertical world of "management" and the horizontal world of "Agile" are incompatible.
Manage the Growing Pains of Scaling an Agile Team Agile and Scrum provide ideal frameworks for digital product development, but what happens when you need to expand a team? Kate Griggs explains how to manage that growth.
Lean Sales and an Agile Journey Rebecca Wirfs-Brock explains how Jorge Silva eliminated the gap between pre-sales and engineering at 10Pines, his Agile software development company in Latin America.
Pair Programming for Dummies Steve Bement extolls the virtues of Pair Programming and explains why two individuals working together write better code.
Lean Sales Up - Making value from product conception In this new experience report, Jorge Silva tells a story that is about bridging the gap existing between sales and execution of an Agile project.
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Agile2015 Session Videos
We'll be adding full-length videos of selected Agile2015 sessions to the Video Learning Center during August and September.
Agile2015 Video Podcasts
A collection of great interviews with thought leaders that will enhance your understanding of Agile.
Thank You for Making Agile2015 a Great Success!
We extend our deep appreciation to all of our Attendees, Speakers and Sponsors who make our annual conference the best in the world.
It was an extraordinary week!
We welcomed over 2,300 Agile professionals to Agile2015. Agile Developers, Executives and Teams, Managers, Coaches and Consultants came to Washington D.C. to collaborate and learn from experts and thought leaders that share their passion. We were delighted to offer over 200 sessions, insightful keynotes along with a host of social and networking events during this exciting week of Agile exploration.
We want to acknowledge our Agile2015 Conference Chair, Paul Hammond, his Program Team, Track Chairs and the numerous submissions reviewers that worked tirelessly to create this year's world-class Program. And a special thanks to our event team and the many volunteers that worked behind the scenes to make this conference happen.
We sold out early this year.
Please plan on attending Agile2016, in Atlanta, GA, USA. Save the dates July 25-29, 2016.
Looking for Agile2015 Session Materials? Check out the Agile2015 Program under each session description. Click Here
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