Track: PM In Practice
Project Management is about identifying and building effective relationships with the key people and groups on which project success depends. Project Managers focus on two sets of responsibilities; managing the team and ensuring tangible project deliverables and business value. Listen to a Case Study that describes and explores the learnings of old truths, combined with an agile approach, or to the true story of how large organizations have implemented Scrum and agile methods.
Would significantly better performance be just slightly more expensive to implement? When dealing with performance, usability, reliability, and so on, you often end up in difficult trade-off analysis. You must take into account many aspects related to user experience and at the same time consider what is feasible with the available development resources. This talk presents experiences at Sony Ericsson with the QUPER method for quality requirements roadmapping.
Björn Regnell is professor in software engineering at
the Department of Computer Science, and Vice Dean of Research at the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), Lund University, Sweden. He is also working part time as senior researcher at the CTO office at Sony Ericsson. Prof. Regnell is a leading researcher in requirements engineering and empirical software engineering. In 2005 he was awarded the Lund University Pedagogical Prize for outstanding achievements in teaching.
As professionals we all strive for good results and achievements. But how do you accomplish repeatable project success and day-to-day operations in IT programs involving between 25 and 80 persons? And how do you improve when you have delivered reliable service of business critical applications around the clock and 6 projects, all with the agreed scope and quality, on time and on budget? And how do you utilize the agile approach and still use the good things you have learned over the years?
Hans Selén, Program Manager, PMP
Over the past 20 years I have worked with several aspects of Program and Project Management: often being a project manager, from time to time a trainer and coach and lately a process- and method Manager. Over all, the projects have been within the IT-industry, often including software and hardware and have had a budget from a few millions up to 150 million SEK. Many of my assignments have been international and including employees and consultants.
A roadmap for agile adoption that begins with teams and demonstrates how teams work together to deliver more complex projects & portfolios. Mike will expand the team concept to include capabilities & show how capabilities can be organized to optimize value across the enterprise value stream. At each step of the adoption process, Mike will demonstrate how to choose the policies, practices, and metrics that create learning and drive sustainable organizational change.
Agile Project Coach, Process Methodologist, PMP Certified Project Manager, Certified ScrumMasterCo-developed an industry first Agile Project Leadership qualification in partnership with the DSDM consortium (UK) and GoAgile (Denmark). Certified at APL foundation, practitioner, and examiner.
Founder of APLN Atlanta, member of the Agile Alliance, member of PMI, member of PMI Atlanta, and a member of the PMI-ISSIG. Honorary member of the DSDM Consortium.
The true story on how large enterprises have implemented Scrum and Agile methods and the result. Are there any metrics? Are the companies more effective? Who benefits? How to deal with resistance? Which roles are pro and which roles are negative to these methods.
All these questions are answered from an enterprise view and with strategy in mind.
Petri is an experienced software professional having broad experience in product development in different companies and cultures. Petri is currently working at Reaktor Innovations (http://www.ri.fi/en), a Finnish IT consultancy company excelling in demanding software development and Agile enablement, and is a recognized pioneer of the Finnish Agile scene.
One of QlickTech's success factor is the effective software development. R&D is expected to deliver more functionality, improve quality and remain innovative. QlikTech needs to build a structural capital to support growth. International customers demand insight to the R&Ds processes before signing orders. QlikTech uses CMMI to inspire continuous improvements of their Agile development methods, this combination has proven to be very effective.
As CTO, Jonas is responsible for managing and running all aspects of the development of QlikTech's products, including QlikView, QlikView Server and QlikView Publisher. Since joining QlikTech in 1996, Jonas' primary role has been to lead the R&D activities. During his early years with the company, he frequently found himself wearing several hats. In addition to R&D, Jonas has at various times been responsible for product marketing, sales management and even a bit of direct sales.