Thanks so much to everyone who took time to fill in our poll about chapters, we had over 50 of you respond.
The poll is now closed and the top four themes, as voted by you, are:
- What can go wrong and when not to use Agile: The warning signs and when Agile doesn’t fit.
- Agile UX and design: How can UX and design fit with agile development? It does, we promise.
- Agile at scale: Implementing Agile to manage a chunky programme, portfolio or organisation.
- Planning, tracking and reporting: Waterfall isn’t the only way to get the governance processes your Stakeholders need. We’ll explore what you can do to measure progress, gauge insights and how to constantly learn as you go.
For us, this means that our first workshops will focus on the top 4 themes.
That doesn’t mean we won’t include other themes, but these are what you (the users) have told us are the most important.
The full results are as follows:
|I don’t want to read this||I don’t mind either way||I’d like to read this||I’d really like to read this||I’d really, really like to read this||Average|
|What can go wrong||0||2||9||20||19||4.12|
|Agile UX and design||0||4||9||21||15||3.96|
|Agile at scale||1||8||9||12||19||3.82|
|Planning, tracking and reporting||0||3||14||20||10||3.79|
|How to sell agile||4||8||8||11||20||3.69|
|Getting started with agile||5||7||18||14||6||3.18|
|All the methodologies||3||11||16||14||4||3.1|
|Why people do agile?||1||13||20||9||5||3.08|
In our next post we will announce the workshops.
Polling Station image by STML