Bangalore Management Association (BMA) has organised a 1-day workshop on July 13, 2012 (Friday) on “Best Practices in Agile Development”.
Pradeep Oak, CEO of Oak Systems is the Chairman, IT subcommittee of BMA.
Agile methodology is an approach to project management, used in software development, and helps teams respond to the unpredictability of building software through incremental, iterative sprints. There are many specific agile development methods such as Extreme Programming (XP), Crystal Clear, Adaptive Software Development, Feature Driven Development, Scrum, etc. Most promote development, teamwork, collaboration, and process adaptability throughout the life-cycle of the project. Some unique aspects of Agile projects include: Iterative Development methodology, Continuous Validation to produce an increment at the end of each iteration, dynamic Project Management and Teaming practices, Process Best Practices to take agile to next level, Tooling to automate in agile environment.
IT subcommittee of Bangalore Management Association has organised a 1-day workshop on July 13, 2012 (Friday) on “Best Practices in Agile Development” with the objective to address the following aspects of Agile Development.
Best practices in Agile Development projects
Continuous Validation in Agile Development
Project management and teaming for success of agile projects
Process best Practices, and tooling for automation in agile environment
We request you to kindly nominate interested delegates (Delivery Managers, Project managers, testers, Quality Managers practicing/wanting to practice agile development methods) for this workshop. A detailed brochure and nomination form is attached with this mail. Any sponsorship queries are welcome.
Pradeep Oak, Chairman Renu Rajani, Chairperson
IT Subcommittee Management Development Programs and Trainings
Bangalore Management Association
B207, Blue Cross Chambers, 11 Infantry Road Cross, Bangalore 560001
Tel: 080-25591204, 25595572, Fax 25597736
The Bangalore Management Association (BMA) is a pioneer of the management movement in India. Established in 1953, it was launched as a professional body to study and promote scientific management. As an independent, non-profit institution, BMA provides a wide range of services aimed at enhancing managerial effectiveness. These include promotion and development of sound management practices suiting Indian conditions and to stimulate management thinking leading to excellence. The objectives of BMA are achieved through organizing seminars, workshops, conferences, training programmes, lectures, discussion meetings and research projects.