Time: June 14, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Vaco Offices
Organized By: Tommy Norman
So the business side of your company needs the product delivered in 3 months with all the features they promised to the client or you will lose a $2 million deal. The IT side says it will take at least 6 months to build the application the "right" way. Management wants to throw bodies at the problem and sees no reason why the promises can’t be met with a little "elbow grease".
How can we work together to meet the company’s business needs without sacrificing all IT’s industry proven practices and principles? Is there a happy middle ground and how can we communicate with each other to find it?
In our June luncheon we will discuss this eternal struggle and talk about how many Agile practices and principles can help breach the gap between business and technical sides of the house.
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About Nashville Agile User Group
The Nashville Agile User Group strives to educate and promote the principles and practices of Agile software development.