In 2001, brilliant developers came together around an idea: we have to do our jobs differently that’s why they have created the Agile Manifesto. Since then, Agile frameworks and methods claiming to be heirs have proliferated. Organisations have been created and have built flourishing businesses around Agility (don’t need to name them)
Little by little, Agility has been diverted and no longer belongs to developers. All you have to do is go to an Agile conference and ask the question of the number of developers in the assembly to prove it.
During this session we will show you how much the developers have become forgotten about agility and we will give you keys to re-on-board them.
I am passionate about agility and liberated organizations. I became addicted to agility from my first reading of the manifesto and am firmly convinced that the only way to work is by considering people as individuals in their own right and no longer as "resources".
My personal aspiration is to help as many teams as possible to deliver in the best possible conditions by helping them develop their capabilities.