Agile Execution – presentation slides

In the spirit of sharing with the tech community, I have decided to make available some of the presentations I have given at local Java User Groups, companies etc.  The first here is on Agile Execution.  It sums up all the lessons learned over 16 years of software engineering where I have been involved in four major Agile transformations.  The slides depict the best way I know how to work and the areas to focus on.  The information therein is a collection of experiences and lessons from various sources including some fantastic software architects and practitioners, and some great reference books.  Please leave a comment if you found them useful.

Of course, we can all get better and I look forward to being able to update the slides with better ways of working in the near future.


About Mik Quinlan

Java Technical Architect and Agile Mentor with more than 18 years experience. I specialise in helping organisations adopt Agile methods effectively, developing strategies for effective cultural change and implementing hands on with the team, and turning cultural change into returns with visible ROIs. You may contact me via LinkedIn at or on Twitter @MikQuinlan.
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