In our previous article on Agile meetings we discussed how we prepare user stories for the teams. Let’s look at what happens next.
Once a user story has been prepared and given priority in the product backlog the team will take this work into the sprint planning meeting. This session is where the team plans out what must be done to deliver it. (more…)
RDT has signed up to a government-led directive for employers that aims to improve social mobility and workplace diversity. By joining The Social Mobility Pledge – an agreement a business makes that it will recognise the value of candidates from low-income or underprivileged backgrounds – RDT has shown its commitment to helping people gain valuable training and experience regardless of their start in life. (more…)
Hi, I’m Phil Augé and I work as a product owner at RDT in Kings Hill.
I joined the company as a business analyst in April 2017. I come from an insurance background and previously worked for one of RDT’s clients.
After studying history at university and becoming a history teacher, I realised didn’t want to do that and went to work for an insurance company in Maidstone. This lead me into a varied career in insurance, where I started off answering the phones for a small direct book of business and progressed to taking broker underwriting referrals. I’ve also worked as a business analyst, a business intelligence analyst and a project manager. (more…)