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Thursday, July 28 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Performance Reviews that don’t Suck (Todd Little, Andrew Tuttle)

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Abstract:
Many in the agile community suggest abandoning performance reviews, but few offer suggestions for alternatives. A large percentage of software developers work in an enterprise environment where performance reviews are mandated. What if you could do performance reviews that will honor agile values and not only suck less, but actually provide value to the individual and the organization? We have rolled out such a system successfully with strong support across the enterprise--from the individual colleagues, to people leaders, and even including HR. We will demonstrate the principles and the specific implementation of our system which you can tailor to your organization’s values and constraints.
Learning Outcomes:
  • How to go about designing a performance management system that honors agile values and actually provides value to both the organization and the individuals.
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Speakers
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Todd Little

VP Product Development, IHS
Todd Little is Vice President of Product Development for IHS, a leading global provider of information, analytics, and expertise. For over 30 years he has developed and led teams and organizations developing commercial software in the oil and gas industry. He has been an active leader in the agile community as a founder of the Agile Conference, a board member of the Agile Alliance, and as president and co-founder of the Agile Leadership Network.
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Andrew Tuttle

Director, Product Development, IHS Markit
I've worked in product development for 20 years, 10 of those in leadership positions. I'm interested in building great teams that build great software.


Thursday July 28, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Centennial 4

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