Extremely Short Iterations as a Catalyst for Effective Prioritization of Work

Posted in Project Management, Conferences on October 03, 2008


Extremely Short Iterations as a Catalyst for Effective Prioritization of Work

Summary
Mishkin Berteig presents a situation where he proposed to a software development team, which just started to experiment with Scrum, to accept 2-days iterations. The approach was trying to tackle their organizational lack of prioritization resulting in constant crisis. Their decision led to a bigger crisis which exposed the need for task prioritization.

Bio
Mishkin Berteig leads, mentors, trains and coaches teams and organizations, managers and executives. He helps organizations become more effective by using methods such as OpenAgile, Scrum and Lean. He has 15 years of professional experience and is a Certified Scrum Trainer. Mishkin is co-founder of Berteig Consulting Inc.

About the conference
Agile 2008 is an exciting international industry conference that presents the latest techniques, technologies, attitudes and first-hand experience, from both a management and development perspective, for successful Agile software development.

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Tags: Practices, Scrum, Conferences, Agile, InfoQ, Agile2008, Adopting Agile, Prioritization, Iteration