Microsoft Reveals 10 Key Elements Of A Great Agile Team
Principal Group Program Manager
Aaron Bjork is a Principal Group Program Manager working on Team Foundation Server/Service (TFS). He is responsible for work item tracking, reporting, collaboration, and all agile experiences.
Prior to joining Team Foundation Server in 2008, Aaron worked as a software engineer and development lead in Visual Studio. Aaron is passionate about Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions and has a strong desire to see teams improve their software engineering practices.
Aaron holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Washington. Aaron is an avid golf and loves spending time with his wife and three kids.
Eric Bruno is a contributing editor to InformationWeek with more than 20 years of experience in the information technology community. He is a highly requested moderator and speaker for a variety of conferences and other events on topics spanning the technology spectrum from the desktop to the data center. He has written articles, blogs, white papers, and books on software architecture and development topics for more than a decade. He is also an enterprise architect, developer, and industry analyst with expertise in full lifecycle, large-scale software architecture, design, and development for companies all over the globe. His accomplishments span highly distributed system development, multi-tiered web development, real-time development, and transactional software development.
How do you build really great agile teams?
Is it with perfect burn down charts and a beautifully run standup? Or is it something different?
Join Aaron Bjork, Principal Group Program Manager at Microsoft for an interactive discussion on how you can go beyond the standard agile dogma and talk about 10 things he believes are critical when establishing successful agile teams.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What it takes to motivate an agile team
- Keys to building a healthy environment
- How to ensure debt isn’t a “side conversation”
- How to plan and learn all at the same time