Learn how HITS does agile on Sept. 19

By | September 11, 2017
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A whiteboard shows the complexity of rapid software development with milestones like design and implementation

Michigan IT’s Agile Community of Practice will host a special presentation by U-M Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) on September 19. All are welcome to attend.

“Agile” describes iterative and incremental software development methodologies used by cross-functional teams (see Wikipedia).

Agile Community of Practice
Tuesday, September 19, 2017

3:30–4:30 p.m.
Arbor Lakes South Dome (4251 Plymouth Rd.) (map)
Presenter: Andy Vella, HITS senior project manager

Topics will include:

  • Intro to software delivery within HITS
  • Software Delivery’s journey to agile
  • Workspace configuration, iteration cadence, project roles, and team dynamics
  • Maintaining agile teams in a traditional organization
  • Prioritizing work with multiple, decentralized customers

Want to get involved in the Agile Community of Practice? Subscribe to the MCommunity group.

Michigan IT Communities of Practice
The Michigan IT working group supports numerous Communities of Practice (CoPs), in which like-minded professionals share information, experiences, and ideas around a particular IT topic in support of the university’s missions.