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Agile sounds great in theory, with it's promise to accelerate development, increase software quality,
and foster collaboration among team members. But actually implementing and executing Agile
methodologies in your organization requires training and experience.

That’s where our Agile ON! conference comes into play. Whether you’re a software engineer,
IT operations professional, architect, or business stakeholder, you’ll find something in the
conferences for you.

At Agile ON! you’ll get a chance to meet like-minded Scrum practitioners, trainers, coaches,
and enthusiasts. You’ll also hear amazing keynote speakers, participate in open space sessions,
and deepen your Scrum knowledge to help your organization with it's Agile Transformation.
10:00 – 10:30 AM: Welcome – Registrations & Coffee
10:30 – 11:00 AM: Introduction by Vikram Kapoor
11:00 – 11:45 AM: The Data-driven digital enterprises by Maarten Kossen
11:45 – 12:30 PM: Building and maintaining high performing teams by Dianne Elsinga
12:30 – 12:45 PM: Break
12:45 – 13:30 PM: Business Agility and Business DevOps by Nagesh Sharma
13:30 – 14:00 PM: Open Space
At this time, in many organizations there is some sort of transformation going on towards enterprise
Agility. An ever-changing market that changes at a quicker pace every year demands companies to be
able to adapt to that to keep delivering value to their customers. In other words, companies want to be
To have a successful Agile transformation, an organization needs to start measuring: before, during
and after the transformation. In other words: have a data-driven transformation. With a high failure
rate for transformations there is a clear case to do so: having insight into the status of your
transformation allows you to keep steering it in the right direction. But what should you measure?
And what can you do with the data? During this event we will tell you all about the Digital Enterprise
and how to become one.
Agile development methods have risen in popularity over the past 15 years. And the related, and
sometimes overlapping practices associated with DevOps, Lean, Continuous Delivery, and other
practices have put Agile into a broader context. Agile seeks “early and Continuous Delivery” of
software, welcomes requests for changes, requires daily collaboration between business people
and developers, promotes simplicity, values an iterative approach, and preaches constant
communication among all involved in a project. Noble goals. But achieving them can be a
challenge, especially for development teams that have been using the waterfall method for many
That’s why it can be valuable to hear peers in other organizations describe how they approached
the shift, what worked, what didn’t, and what lessons and best practices they learned along the way.


Farah Khan


Agile Cockpit
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Orchid Island, Sector 51
Gurgaon, Haryana