Who: Ken Schwaber, Advanced Development Methods, Inc
When: September 25, 2007
One reason to go out of business is that your competition takes away your customers with better, more-innovative, higher quality products. There are ways to slow the loss of your customers, but the end can be modeled. This workshop will look at how to model when Microsoft will go out of business, why it will go out of business, and some things it could undertake to slow this trend down or reverse it. The same techniques that we’ll use for looking at Microsoft can be used applied to any business that systems, including your own.
Ken Schwaber is an advocate of Agile processes and Scrum. He is the co-developer of the Scrum process, signatory to the Agile Manifesto, and founder of the Agile Alliance and Scrum Alliance. He has developed and managed software development for over thirty years.