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SUMMARY: As we approach the 20th anniversary of the “Manifesto for Agile Software Development“, it’s time to ask some big questions: Are projects really any more successful these days? Have companies truly shed any of the bureaucracy? Are professionals actually feeling the empowerment we’ve been fighting for so long? And where are things headed in the next few years?
In this fun and illuminating talk, you will hear observations and patterns from Jesse Fewell, author, speaker, and agile champion since the late 90s. From certifications to org models to career tracks to technology advancements, Jesse will cover the full range of topics we hoped to impact, along with some alarming surprises along the way.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Jesse Fewell is an author, coach, and trainer who helps senior leaders from Boston to Beijing transform their organizations to achieve more innovation, collaboration, and business agility.
A management pioneer, he founded and grew the original Agile Community of Practice within the Project Management Institute (PMI), has served on leadership subcommittees for the Scrum Alliance, and written publications reaching over a half-million readers in eleven languages.
Jesse has taught, keynoted, or coached thousands of leaders and practitioners across thirteen countries on 5 continents. His industry contributions earned him a 2013 IEEE Computer Society Golden Core Award.
His book, “Untapped Agility – 7 Leadership Moves to Transform your Transformation,” was released in July 2020.