"When will you be done?" with Ryland Leyton
5:30 - Zoom Room Opens for Virtual Networking
6:00 - Welcome and Intro
Ryland Leyton - “When WIll You Be Done?" Talking to Leaders and Managers About Agile Construction
Answering “when will you be done?” to people outside the team – like the C-suite, directors, and managers – is often a challenge for teams focused on building software. Speaking to this group in a way comprehensible for an elevator or a hallway is a core competency for any agilist who wants to retain freedom and funding!
This session takes a brief walk through the concept of velocity, explains the “cone of uncertainty”, burnup and burn-down charts, and then shows you how to provide a ready and truthful answer about when you’ll be done.
About Ryland Leyton:
Ryland Leyton, CBAP, PMP, CSM, SA4, is a business analyst, author, speaker, educator, Agile coach, and technology translator. He has worked in the technology sector since 1998, starting off with database and web programming, gradually moving through project management and finding his passion in the BA and Agile fields.
Ryland is passionate about strong analysis practice and prefers Agile environments where possible. He has built both Agile and waterfall SDLC processes for development teams, customizing each one to the challenges facing that particular client group. Ryland is one of the authors of the Second Edition of the IIBA Agile Extension to the BABOK, as well as the IIBA Agile Analysis Certification.
He is an active member of the IIBA, speaks at local and national conferences on BA, PM, Agile and career development topics.
Rylands’ book "The Agile Business Analyst: Moving From Waterfall to Agile" is considered a standard in the Agile BA field. His 2019 publication of "It's About Your Career: Skills For A Lifetime Of Loving Your Work!" has become valued by those growing and guiding their careers.
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