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AGILE LESSONS TO LEARN
FROM STAR WARS
@bendet_ori
7y in HPE
Software
in various
managerial
QA rolesToday - Inbound
PM for a new
cloud testing
offering
ABOUT ME
Michael's Father
Naomi’s Husband
ABOUT ME
ABOUT ME
AND NOW…
AND NOW…
5-minutes-Star-Wars-Crash-Cours
7
A long time ago in a studio, far far
away….
How it all started:
Episode IV – A New
Hope
May 25, 1977
George Lucas
Budget: $11M
Studios: 20th Century
BRIEF HISTORY
THE PLOT
THE FORCE
"Well, the Force is what gives a Jedi his
power. It's an energy field created by all living
things. It surrounds...
FORCE
POWERSOver 220 different types
FORCE
RESTART
Good vs. Evil
Jedi vs. Sith
Let’s learn something…
Single Point of Failure
TESTING IS EVERYTHING
POTENTIAL IS ONLY THE BEGINING
LEARN FROM YOUR FAILURES
IT’S BETTER TO DELIVER BAD
NEWS THAN SUPRISES
"Try not. Do or do
not. There is no
try."
"Try not.
Done or done not.
There is no try."
@bendet_ori | r2d2@hpe.com
Thank You!
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Agile Lessons to Learn from Star Wars

We all love Star Wars. But when it comes to software development and agile, the entertainment value of Star Wars is not its only redeeming value. Star Wars teaches us a lot about leadership styles and software management for agile as well and offers us many valuable lessons that we can use and practice today.

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Agile Lessons to Learn from Star Wars

  1. 1. AGILE LESSONS TO LEARN FROM STAR WARS @bendet_ori
  2. 2. 7y in HPE Software in various managerial QA rolesToday - Inbound PM for a new cloud testing offering ABOUT ME
  3. 3. Michael's Father Naomi’s Husband ABOUT ME
  4. 4. ABOUT ME
  5. 5. AND NOW…
  6. 6. AND NOW… 5-minutes-Star-Wars-Crash-Cours
  7. 7. 7 A long time ago in a studio, far far away….
  8. 8. How it all started: Episode IV – A New Hope May 25, 1977 George Lucas Budget: $11M Studios: 20th Century BRIEF HISTORY
  9. 9. THE PLOT
  10. 10. THE FORCE "Well, the Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together."
  11. 11. FORCE POWERSOver 220 different types
  12. 12. FORCE RESTART
  13. 13. Good vs. Evil Jedi vs. Sith
  14. 14. Let’s learn something…
  15. 15. Single Point of Failure TESTING IS EVERYTHING
  16. 16. POTENTIAL IS ONLY THE BEGINING
  17. 17. LEARN FROM YOUR FAILURES
  18. 18. IT’S BETTER TO DELIVER BAD NEWS THAN SUPRISES
  19. 19. "Try not. Do or do not. There is no try."
  20. 20. "Try not. Done or done not. There is no try."
  21. 21. @bendet_ori | r2d2@hpe.com Thank You!

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    Jul. 26, 2017

We all love Star Wars. But when it comes to software development and agile, the entertainment value of Star Wars is not its only redeeming value. Star Wars teaches us a lot about leadership styles and software management for agile as well and offers us many valuable lessons that we can use and practice today.

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