Agile IT Special Interest Group Meeting 

The Value of Product Ownership and Cultivating a Metrics Driven Culture 
February 20, 2020 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM 
What is the true value of the product/service you deliver and how do you measure its impact? 
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Description:

Crafting a product strategy that provides overall direction, alignment and priorities is becoming increasingly important today. A well-articulated and orchestrated product strategy can provide clarity, focus and accountability that can further drive efficiencies, effectiveness and even contentment within teams. Combining a product strategy together with an evidence-based management approach can deliver some amazing results across the entire value chain. The next iteration of the Agile Special Interest Group will be devoted to this discussion of crafting a product strategy and creating the underlying metrics that inform and guide decision making within teams and the enterprise.

Please join your peers from across Wisconsin to share, explore and learn how to more effectively promote Agility within your own organization. This will be an exceptional networking and learning opportunity for Agile practitioners, coaches, team leads and also those IT leaders with responsibilities in program, product and platform management.

 
Location:
Gordon Dining and Event Center, Second Floor 
Contact:
Events Team, 608-262-1145, events@uwebc.wisc.edu 

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