We have organised a special talk from Allan Kelly as part of the Brighton Agile Forum. Doors open at 7.30 and the talk will start at 8pm prompt with time for discussion afterwards.
Title: The Future of Agile
Agile is now established – even if it is not as omni-present. Even so it is changing, the issues people face with Agile are different to the issues they faced a year or two years ago. So what’s next?
In this presentation Allan Kelly will look at four challenges facing Agile in the near future and make some predications on what happens next. In the process he outlines why requirements have been less important than we might expect and why adopting Agile is more difficult for manager than developers.
Allan Kelly is a consultant helping companies achieve operational excellence in software development. He helps companies realise improved effectiveness by providing training, coaching and advice in managing the adoption of Agile and Lean methods. He is the author of “Changing Software Development: Learning to become Agile” (2008) as well as many journal pieces on Agile, business and learning.
More about Allan at http://www.allankelly.net.
Official Website: http://www.agileforum.co.uk
Added by bluejoh on April 14, 2009