Waterfall Nostalgia: How to handle past memories when moving to agile

Agile Israel 2017 Conference, Tuesday, June 20, 2017, 11:50

“Oh, the good times we’ve had!” You will hear this more than once after starting to implement agile, especially in big software projects that work in waterfall. In this session we will explain what to expect, how to prepare for it and what to do when it comes. Our discussion will base on our experience in several organizations with many projects, of both product development and customization projects for customers.

Michal has over 14 years of experience in the IT and software industries. She served in wide range of professional and managerial positions, among them: building wide scale global production environments, managing QA teams and leading Agile methodology in large software organizations.

Michal’s experience both in the IT production world and in software development contributes to her wide and holistic perspective when implementing Agile projects. While training and coaching teams for Agile mindset, she focuses on implementing cross organization agile culture.

In addition, Michal is acting as personal coach and fitness trainer mainly for women who wish to adopt a healthy lifestyle in their busy schedule.

Michal has BSc in Mathematics and Computer science from Haifa University and she is a certified personal coach.

Yaki Koren

Yaki Koren

Agile coach

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