Past Events


Kanban 101 for August 7, 2014
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

The Get Scrumban Game

Educational game play is always popular, and this month attendees will be treated to the GetScrumban Game.  Players learn core Kanban  and Scrumban principles and experience common evolutions as they guide their development teams to just try! cialis approved create business value through the delivery of software features.  This on-line game was developed by your Kanban 101 presenters, and is used as a key training tool at Code Genesys and ScrumDo.

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy is founder of Code Genesys (a Boston-based, Agile Solutions Boutique), co-founder of ScrumDo.com (a cloud-based project management tool for Scrum teams), and a former Associate with David J. Anderson & Associates (pioneer of the Kanban Method). Ajay’s been helping IT teams and organizations improve their operations for many years as a consultant / coach and through his contributions as chief product architect for ScrumDo.  He’s successfully employed Scrumban to help enterprises scale Agile effectively, has written a book on these experiences (scheduled for publication in 2014), and led creation of the getScrumban Game.

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys and contributes to operations at ScrumDo. He began his foray into the world of software development a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away when he helped design and implement a custom practice management system for his law firm. In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the we use it cialis low price impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations in this fashion.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of levitra 20 Advisors for the past several years.

 

Agile 101 and Kanban 101 courses run from 6:00 to 6:45 during the networking period of the monthly meeting. A sign-up sheet is we choice discount brand viagra pfizer posted at 5:30 near the check-in table. Capacity is limited to 10 people per class, and sign-up  is first come, first served.

 
Kanban 101 for September 4, 2014
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

The Get Scrumban Game

Educational game play is always popular, and this month attendees will be treated to the GetScrumban Game.  Players learn core Kanban  and Scrumban principles and experience common evolutions as they guide their development teams to create business value through the delivery of software features.  This on-line game was developed by your Kanban 101 presenters, and is used as a key training tool at Code Genesys and ScrumDo.

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy is founder of Code Genesys (a Boston-based, Agile Solutions Boutique), co-founder of ScrumDo.com (a cloud-based project management tool for Scrum teams), and a former Associate with David J. Anderson & Associates (pioneer of the Kanban Method). Ajay’s been helping IT teams and organizations improve their operations for many years as a consultant / coach and through his contributions as chief product architect for ScrumDo.  He’s successfully employed Scrumban to help enterprises scale Agile effectively, has written a book on these experiences (scheduled for publication in 2014), and led creation of the getScrumban Game.

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys and contributes to operations at ScrumDo. He began his foray into the world of software development a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away when he helped design and implement a custom practice management system for his law firm. In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations in this fashion.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of Advisors for the past several years.

 

Agile 101 and Kanban 101 courses run from 6:00 to 6:45 during the networking period of the monthly meeting. A sign-up sheet is posted at 5:30 near the check-in table. Capacity is limited to 10 people per class, and sign-up  is first come, first served.

 
Kanban 101 for October 2, 2014
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

Comparing Practices: Explicit WIP Limits (kanban systems) and Implicit WIP Limits (Scrum’s Time-box)

Limiting work-in-process (WIP) is a key practice associated with kanban systems. Many Agile practitioners don’t recognize that frameworks like Scrum indirectly incorporate elements of flow management within their framework. In this session we’ll compare the mechanics available to practitioners in both kinds of environments, and lead a group discussion around the www.luckyrentals.co.nz relative merits of each.

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy is founder of Code Genesys (a Boston-based, Agile Solutions Boutique), co-founder of ScrumDo.com (a cloud-based project management tool for Scrum teams), and a former Associate with David J. Anderson & Associates (pioneer of the Kanban Method). Ajay’s been helping IT teams and organizations improve their operations for many years as a consultant / coach and through his contributions as chief product architect for ScrumDo.  He’s successfully employed Scrumban to help enterprises scale Agile effectively, has written a book on these experiences (scheduled for publication in 2014), and led creation of the getScrumban Game.

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys and contributes to operations at ScrumDo. He began his foray into the world of software development a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away when he helped design and implement a custom practice management system for his law firm. In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations in this fashion.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of Advisors for the past several years.

 
Kanban 101 for November 6, 2014
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

How to generic viagra without prescription us pharmacy Add Another Dimension to Your Sprint Planning with Scrumban

When conducting Sprint-level planning in Scrum, the development team forecasts the functionality to develop during Sprint by assessing what can be accomplished given the Product Owner's desires, the team's projected capacity, and the team's past performance. In this session we'll explore how Kanban systems layered within the Scrum context can provide additional insight to help teams improve this process.

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy is founder of Code Genesys (a Boston-based, Agile Solutions Boutique), co-founder of ScrumDo.com (a cloud-based project management tool for Scrum teams), and a former Associate with David J. Anderson & Associates (pioneer of the Kanban Method). Ajay’s been helping IT teams and organizations improve their operations for many years as a consultant / coach and through his contributions as chief product architect for ScrumDo.  He’s successfully employed Scrumban to help enterprises scale Agile effectively, has written a book on these experiences (scheduled for publication in 2014), and led creation of the getScrumban Game.

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys and contributes to operations at ScrumDo. He began his foray into the world of software development a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away when he helped design and implement a custom practice management system for his law firm. In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations in this fashion.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of Advisors for the past several years.

 
Kanban 101 for December 4, 2014
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

How Kanban Offers New Dimensions to Fulfilling the Product Owner

The Product Owner plays a critical role in Scrum. He or she is charged with discovering and delende.com then communicating an understanding of a product’s intended effectiveness in the marketplace. He or she is responsible for managing market-based risk by appropriately prioritizing backlog items. These responsibilities come with many challenges, and in this session we’ll lead a discussion on how Kanban can provide additional capabilities to aid better decision-making.

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy is founder of Code Genesys (a Boston-based, Agile Solutions Boutique), co-founder of ScrumDo.com (a cloud-based project management tool for Scrum teams), and a former Associate with David J. Anderson & Associates (pioneer of the Kanban Method). Ajay’s been helping IT teams and organizations improve their operations for many years as a consultant / coach and through his contributions as chief product architect for ScrumDo.  He’s successfully employed Scrumban to help enterprises scale Agile effectively, has written a book on these experiences (scheduled for publication in 2014), and led creation of the getScrumban Game.

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys and contributes to operations at ScrumDo. He began his foray into the world of software development a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away when he helped design and implement a custom practice management system for his law firm. In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations in this fashion.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of Advisors for the past several years.

 
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