Chris has spent most of his working life in Financial Services as a developer and project manager. He first adopted Agile in 2008 and had immediate success with it, delighting his customers. Further successes followed with different projects and different companies. For some years, he led Agile improvement at an insurance company and introduced an agile governance approach that is the basis of this presentation.
Today, Chris is an agile coach and consultant, helping teams adopt agile practices and improve their performance, and helping companies see the benefits in doing so and the impediments in the way.
Talks I've Given
Principles of Effective Agile Project Governance
Featuring Chris Davies
In some agile circles, ‘governance’ is almost a dirty word. To many, it means bureaucracy, documentation, heavyweight process and a lot of wasted time and effort. And in a lot of cases, that’s how it is. But equally, a lot of companies today operate in a complex and highly regulated environment...project-management agile