Agile Brushstrokes: The Art of Choosing an Agile Transition Style

Posted November 9, 2009 by Joshua Kerievsky

Talk Abstract

Agile software processes vary in detail, depth, impact, and endurance as much as painting styles like graffiti differ from Baroque or Impressionist art.

What can artists teach us about successful agile transitions, and what can past agile transitions teach us about styles that endured or faded away?

Joshua Kerievsky maps agile transitions to art styles and identifies elements that lead to success or failure, offering an excellent perspective on the art of agile transitioning and what style(s) will work best for you.

This talk was the keynote speech at the 2009 Agile Development Practices conference. Video Duration: 47 minutes