Oct. 22, 2015

Presenting techniques for visibility and effectiveness at the Global Scrum Gathering Prague

Joanne Perold and Niels Verdonk will present "Information Radiators on a Portfolio Level" at the Global Scrum Gathering in Prague on November 16th

Deciding on what to build is one of the most important decisions software companies need to make. Understanding when those are the wrong decisions is the next most important. There are many tools that can be used to help with this, but sometimes tools are solving the wrong problems and visualisation is the best first step. In fact, if you don’t know that you are sub-optimising, then how can you make the right decisions on a global level.

Information Radiators On A Portfolio Level

Building every idea and small feature is impossible, building features that no one is interested in is wasteful. How can visualisation help companies free themselves from the waste and move to the next level.

The talk we will present at the Global Scrum Gathering in Prague will focus on the use of visualisation at a portfolio and program level as a tool to help understand what is in a system and create visibility of what sub-optimizations are happening and how the work is currently being processed.


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Niels Verdonk

Agile preacher, I work with teams and try to facilitate a motivating, inspiring and fun environment to deliver quality software.
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Joanne Perold

Agile Coach in South Africa. Explorer, learner, experiencer, part time philosopher, working with teams and organisations to be more agile.
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Niels Verdonk

Agile preacher, I work with teams and try to facilitate a motivating, inspiring and fun environment to deliver quality software.
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Joanne Perold

Agile Coach in South Africa. Explorer, learner, experiencer, part time philosopher, working with teams and organisations to be more agile.

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