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Thursday, July 31 • 10:45 - 12:00
7 Ways to Sabotage a Culture Change (Bill Wake, Tim Ottinger) FILLING

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Is your your organization or team moving to the latest software development fad? Learn the art of sabotage!

Learn how to prevent it from succeeding, or to reduce it to the “flavor of the month” so it’s irrelevant in the long term.

We’ll explore seven ways to sabotage the transition, ranging from the over-controlling “Let One Flower Bloom” to the subtle “Muddy the Motives.”

For your safety, we’ll look at how methods' proponents may sneakily try to counteract each sabotage.

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Tim Ottinger

Sr. Consultant, Industrial Logic
Software development as a thinking art | Transitioning to Agile from Whatever | Programming Languages | Microhabits | Refactoring, TDD, Programming, Testing, Managing | Flying drones for fun | NOT POLITICS NOR SPORTS. I'm not qualified.
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Bill Wake

Sr. Consultant, Industrial Logic, Inc.
Bill Wake (www.xp123.com) is a consultant with Industrial Logic, Inc. (http://industriallogic.com). Before that, he was an independent consultant from 2001 to 2007, then spent two years managing software development at Gene Codes Forensics. Bill has worked with teams in a variety of domains, including biotechnology, financial systems, web sales, and more. Hes the co-author of Design Patterns in Java and Refactoring in Ruby.

Thursday July 31, 2014 10:45 - 12:00