8 – 10 May 2019

thestudio, Manchester

Session type:
Discussion

Session duration:
60 minutes

Presented by:

Katie Bianchi

Aviva

About this Discussion

How can we advocate technical practices whilst balancing diversity preferences? This session considers practices, meetings/events that frameworks with agility at their core advocate and how these might affect certain members of development teams. Example: pair programming and introverts.

There will be a presentation followed by a discussion format designed so people can voice their views without having to speak out. The purpose is to concentrate on what we could try while reminding us we aren’t all the same.

About the Speaker

I'm an experienced and qualified scrum master, trainer and team leader who is accustomed to working in highly pressured environments in the public eye. Starting out within policing as a specialist forensic practitioner has given me a different background to most. I am an advocate for diversity, including diversity of thoughts and experience. This has led me to look deeper into how I can create an environment that's as inclusive as possible, in which everyone can thrive.

 @KlasKatie

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