What I like about it

  • In depth
  • Well done
  • Introduces the problem
  • Nice slides
  • Nice observations
  • Good q&a session
  • Relates to my work environment too
  • Good intro to agile/scrum implementation
  • Real life example
  • Interesting story
  • I shows how agile cabe used in a bureaucratic organization
  • Nice slides
  • Clear
  • Happy to see government trying it

To improve

  • Presentation in English
  • Less "euh"
  • More focus on difficulties when introducing agile (we already know that agile is good). Give examples of people's reactions
  • Provide a 'getting started guide' for people that want to start with agile in local government
  • I expected a session with concrete tips and tricks about introducing agile
  • Give more concrete cases and tips
  • Lots of problems but not much solutions
  • Give examples how you can come to a solution
  • Much clearer solutions to pain points, gave very textbook solutions without 'color commentary'
  • Explain the process more in detail and how the other departments are involved and were convinced having an agile development process
  • Fluent English
  • More talk about agile instead of local government
  • Better presentation skills
  • English PowerPoint
  • Make a point
  • Slides in English
  • Focus on some real pitfalls rather than listing all
  • Better slides (not so overloaded)
  • Prepare presentation in English
  • Slides in English
  • Add information about agile in local government in the context of external sub-contractor (if you have this kind of experience)