Building upon 7 years of a powerful legacy, AgileNCR is committed to showcasing the most salient developments in enterprise agility, lauding innovation, and bringing together some of the most conversant minds in the business. Therefore, it gives us great pleasure to announce that the Agile NCR 2016 submission portal for session proposals is now open.
We invite interactive sessions, case studies, and experience-sharing reports from Agile Practitioners all over the world, for the AgileNCR 2016 conference, scheduled to occur on December 9-10, 2016 at Delhi-NCR. The session abstracts must be submitted under one of the 4 Conference Tracks, and will be reviewed by an independent Review Committee.
Culture comes before everything else. It has been proven time and again that collaborative well balanced teams achieve success in every single area they choose, while a collection of brilliant misaligned individuals moving in opposite directions rarely is capable of accomplishing anything significant. Have you enjoyed enjoy mentoring others to become great Scrum Masters, coaching managers to grow teams that deliver amazing results, and fostering communities that provide sustainability for agile transformations. Here is your chance to display and share your experience as an Agile coaching. Your learning’s, your to do’s and not to do’s.
Scrum is usually associated with the software development process, but its flexible, iterative approach has been drawing interest lately from many non-IT teams. A recent study by the Scrum Alliance revealed that 36 percent of organizations with active Scrum projects are using it outside of IT in some capacity. Have got an experience of using Agile in non IT space, like HR, Marketing, Sales, Finance, Manufacturing or any other non SW domain, come share your ideas, thought process and enlighten the world with your findings, learnings and observations.
DevOps is a term for a group of concepts that, while not all new, have catalyzed into a movement and are rapidly spreading throughout the technical community. Like any new and popular term, people have somewhat confused and sometimes contradictory impressions of what it is. DevOps is a large enough concept that it requires some nuance to fully understand. DevOps has strong affinities with Agile and Lean approaches. The old view of operations tended towards the “Dev” side being the “makers” and the “Ops” side being the “people that deal with the creation after its birth” – the realization of the harm that has been done in the industry of those two being treated as silo’ed concerns is the core driver behind DevOps. Come share and educate the world on DEVOPS and nuisance of it, the techniques on this front, tools that are utilized and how value is derived from using DEVOPS. We call upon you to share your experience on this front.
Enterprises of all kinds are becoming more agile out of necessity. While the movement began with the software teams in many organizations, the rapid pace of today's business environment requires companies to become nimbler. Data-related initiatives, including analytics, are no exception. The accelerating pace of global business means that enterprises need more agile data-related systems and practices. Have you tried your hands on Agile Analytics or using Big data with Agile? Would you like to present your findings and or learnings to a larger audience? Educate them and help them understand the nuts and bolts of the system? It your time and show, Grab the center stage make your presence felt …
AgileNCR offers speakers a prime opportunity to out forth their ideas and experience and reach an audience comprised of an enthusiastic group of Agile practitioners, evangelists, and thought-leaders. Thus, the sessions that would be presented at the event will be carefully curated by an independent Review Committee, to make a comprehensive learning experience for the attending delegates. Prospective speakers are requested to read the submission guidelines very carefully, as abstracts may be rejected due to non-compliant submission formats.
The sessions in AgileNCR will be of 45 minute duration, The abstracts submitted for review must contain the following elements:
IMPORTANT: It is of primary importance that speakers only present content that they have undisputed ownership of, or have received explicit written consent to share and present from the concerned parties that claim ownership. Any submission that does not satisfy this criterion is very likely to be rejected.
Jul 15, 2016
00:01 GMT +5:30 : Submission Portal Opens
Sep 30, 2016
23:59 GMT +5:30 : Submission Portal Closes
Oct 1, 2016
Session Abstract Review Begins
Oct 20, 2016
Result Notifications Sent
Oct 30, 2016
Deadline for Selected Speakers to Confirm
Nov 10, 2016
Conference Agenda Announcement
Nov 15, 2016
Submission of Final Presentation
Dec 9 - 10, 2016
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