At the fourth AgileIndy conference, I led off the proceedings with Agile in 3 Minutes. To prepare ourselves to participate in the day’s learning, we (quickly) introduced ourselves to two people, then (briefly) discussed what the first two episodes made us think about and (briskly) shared a few highlights with the whole audience. My hope in making Agile in 3 Minutes is to help you have more valuable conversations. In case today’s rapid-fire format helps you do that, here are the slides.
Highlights from AgileIndy
- Meeting someone who shared that “Before Agile in 3 Minutes, I couldn’t get my team to have a conversation. Now I have to timebox it.”
- Seeing this effect firsthand, as 450 people had conversations prompted by Agile in 3 Minutes.
- Being told that in the hallway outside my breakout session, someone told someone else, “Hey, that’s the Agile in 3 Minutes guy!” The doors were closed. They must have recognized my voice.