David will be speaking Friday, June 9th, at the Agile Leadership Summit during AgileDev West in Las Vegas. His talk, Impact over Progress: Learning from Evidence over Following the Process, is scheduled from 8:45-10:15. For more information, including David’s abstract and how to register, click here.
David Hussman recently gave a keynote called “How to Build the Wrong Thing Faster and Learn from It” as the PNSQC 2015 Conference in Portland. The talk addressed ideas and issues around helping companies embrace uncertainty and the importance of product learning over simply focusing on iterative delivery. The talk speaks to the relationship between team structures and product needs, …
David Hussman speaks about the evolution of product thinking and what’s next. For more pragmatism from a UI/UX perspective check out Jeremy Kriegel and his short interview on why sketching can help get you to product agreement faster. From Agile Day Atlanta 2015. Interview by VersionOne.
David Hussman will give a talk at Agile Day Atlanta this year on May 8th. The talk is titled Story Maps, Customer Journeys and Other Product Design Tools: “Are you sure you are building the right product? Although agile methods help teams build products faster, many teams struggle to validate customer direction or product features. Some teams talk about “grooming the …
David Hussman will give three half-day tutorials at the Agile Development Conference West in Las Vegas, NV in June. They are: Build Product Backlogs with Test-Driven Thinking–and More “Many product backlogs of user stories are nothing more than glorified to-do lists. Teams have lost the idea of prioritizing real business value and focus instead only on finishing stories and accumulating …
David Hussman will be giving the talk How to Build the Wrong Thing Faster and Learn From It at TriAgile in Raleigh, NC at the McKimmon Center on April 16, 2015. Here’s the scoop: “For years we’ve worked hard at software development. As teams establish better flow in software development, refactoring language, not just code, presents itself as a meaningful evolution. …
Check out David Hussman’s behind-the-scences interview from Agile Eastern Europe, the largest and most renowned Agile conference in Eastern Europe, where he talks about zooming-out from small sprints to find what’s really valuable. To see the whole talk click here. Then for info on David’s next speaking event How to Build the Wrong Thing Faster and Learn From It at TriAgile April 16 in …
We were fortunate to be part of the excellent MinneBar unconference on April 12th, held at Best Buy. Walking the hallways and attending the sessions, I was once again blown away by the passion and skills that live and breath in Mpls and St Paul. Being the opening speaker (or chief discussion starter as I called it) was an honor …
Click here to watch the talk This talk is some of what David is teaching and coaching around agile / lean product development and design thinking. Topics covered are: simple ideation, design targets, story mapping, customer journeys and more. NOTE: The audio starts out a bit weak but improves after the first five minutes of the talk.
A lot of software testers (or test managers) that I’ve met recently have reasserted something that – for me, anyway – seems to be an interesting phenomenon: Many software testers don’t come from computer science backgrounds. In fact, many of them actually have educational backgrounds in the arts. Personally, I happened upon software testing early in my career after struggling …
Speaker Jeff Sussna Description The post-industrial service economy is driving profound changes in the nature of work, business, and corporations. These shifts create tremendous challenges and opportunities for IT. In particular, they drive dramatic shifts in the roles, perspectives, and skill sets of QA Engineers. Testers must become software engineers in their own right. At the same time, they need …
David Hussman speaking at Agile Prague. Dude’s Law is not only listed at one of the top 20 agile rules/laws, it’s touring the world.
#MyAgileSuitcase slides #agile2013 at http://t.co/nQK163mJt7 . Thx @arlobelshee @johannarothman @MichaelSahota @davidhussman @berndschiffer Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/martinheider/status/364741458290421760 My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville from mheider
How do you scale collaboration? Scaling a culture of collaboration is more important than ever before. If you’re interested learning how your organization can successfully coordinate across development teams, executive stakeholders, program and project managers, users, and customers, then you’ll want to watch this webinar with David Hussman, presented by Version One and DevJam. Click here to view the webinar
David Hussman presenting at VersionOne’s AgileLIVE Webinar on Collaboration that Scales
David Hussman is presenting two sessions: Producing Product Developers Story Maps, Slices, Customer Journeys and Other Product Design Tools
David Hussman delivering half-day tutorials
2006-2012 Conference Presentations
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David Hussman Keynote
David Hussman delivered a number of sessions: Tuning and Improving Your Agility Agile Project Design: Building Strong Backlogs Agile Estimation and Planning: Scrum, Kanban, and Beyond
Keynote and other presentations
How does a former musician build a successful business in the agile space? DevJam leads the way with David Hussman Posted on June 21, 2012 by Samir Penkar In this interview you will learn: How a musician pivoted to start a successful agile startup Some ideas on career path for SCRUM Masters Dude’s law on how to get more value DevJam’s new studio in Minneapolis, …
The Dude Abides – an interview with David Hussman by Michael Swaine
Integrated Product Development by David Hussman and Tim McCoy
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The Gordon Pask Award for Contributions to Agile Practice – David Hussman