Agile Business Cases
Imagine your business stakeholder has an idea. In a classic approach, you would have to create a business case, with lots of information that is based on, honestly, assumptions. Because even with the best of intentions and a detailed up-front analysis, we cannot exactly predict the future.
In an agile approach, we accept there’s a lot we don’t know up-front. So how do we (help) estimate the project? What’s the agile alternative for following up on scope, time and cost? How can we stay in control without sacrificing flexibility and responsiveness to changes?
This story is one of a conflict of conventional management and agile value management.
Forget about project and portfolio budgeting and 2 year roadmaps? Forget about scope, cost and time? All fine, but how can we handle this in an agile context? That’s what Luc Lumière (Business Stakeholder) will discover together with Paul the product owner and a lot of other characters.
|What:||Agile Business Cases|
|When:||Wednesday 26 April - 18:30 - 21:00 CET|
|Join in-person: Novado, Lieven Bauwensstraat 35, 8200 Brugge
Join online with Zoom
- 18:30: Doors open & Networking
- 19:00: Welcome by IIBA Brussels Chapter and host Novado
- 19:05: Agile Business Cases
- 20:00: Networking
- 21:00: Event end
"I'm always looking for the higher purpose behind the teams or companies I work with. Organizational changes and business agility are my main drivers.
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