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VIDEO

Jutta Eckstein

Scaling Agile Practices

Angel Medinilla

Agility’s Final Boss is…Well, The Boss

Joanna Dziuba-Wi┼Ťniewska

Scrum Master and Team Leader ÔÇô how can you establish a cooperation beneficial to the team?

Anna Jaworska

Shades of the Product Owner role

Maciej Sowiński & Jakub Karolak

Case study wykorzystania gamifikacji przy transformacji agile w banku Pekao

Michał Skuza

Perspectives in IT

Justyna Pawlak-Mihulka & Grzegorz Czaicki

How Management by Objectives may boost your agility (Case Study from designing and implementing OKRs in the software house)

Tomasz Maj

The continuous hunt for value

Ewa Koprowska

Let it flow

Magdalena Dro┼║dziewicz

Taming defects – Things we’ve learned to do to keep numbers of defects low

Volodymyr Rybalkin

Building a product without customers

Piotr G├│rak

I’ve seen the future, brotherÔÇŽ

6-7 APRIL 2022

MEET OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 

Jutta Eckstein

Works worldwide as a business coach, change manager, and consultant

Her focus is on company-wide agility in large and distributed organizations

An accomplished writer

The latest book, pair-written with John Buck, is Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open Space & Sociocracy (dubbed BOSSA nova)

Jutta Eckstein

Jutta Eckstein

Jutta works worldwide as a business coach, change manager, and consultant. Her focus is on company-wide agility in large & distributed organizations. Jutta has shared her experience in various books, most recently she has pair-written with John Buck Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open Space & Sociocracy (dubbed BOSSA nova). She was on the board of directors of the AgileAlliance from 2003-2007. She has an M.A. in Business Coaching & Change Management, a Dipl. Ing. in product engineering.
Jutta can be reached @JuttaEckstein | LinkedIn

Scaling Agile Practices

Applying agile in the large doesn’t require a specific framework, it only requires taking the agile values, principles, and practices seriously. However, for a large team it is even more important to pay ÔÇśContinuous attention to technical excellence and good designÔÇÖ as the Agile Manifesto requests.
Yet, how to implement the typical agile development practices like continuous integration or collective code ownership in a large setting?
Moreover, are there any differences or things to watch out for when applying self-organization or ÔÇťeasierÔÇŁ practices like unit testing or refactoring?
Jutta will focus and explore:
– the impact and application of agile principles and development practices in large teams
– how scaling agile can be done in a truly agile way, meaning being adaptive, flexible, responsive, and nimble.

Angel Medinilla
Angel Medinilla

An agile and Management 3.0 trainer

As a consultant has helped hundreds of European and American companies in their agile transformation

An author of two books Agile Management and Agile Kaizen

A regular conference speaker

Angel Medinilla

Angel Medinilla

Angel is an Agile trainer and consultant who has helped hundreds of small, medium and multinational companies in their agile transformation, mainly in Europe and America. Moreover he is a regular speaker at agile events, one of the most active Management 3.0 trainers and an author of two books Agile Management and Agile Kaizen, both published by Springer.

Agility’s Final Boss is… Well, The Boss

Agility is a mindset, a culture, and managers (especially middle management) are the resonating beacons of an organization’s culture. At the same time, tools are only as useful as the people who wield them. Unfortunately, most Agile training for managers is aimed at tools, methods, processes, roles and blueprints… “doing” Agile instead of BEING Agile.
During his talk, Angel will share how an Agile Leadership model was developed as well as the means to leverage the transition to this mindset.
The goal of this keynote is to give you an insight of this process and some ideas on how to kick-start an Agile Leadership program in your own organization.

Meet our

Speakers

Grzegorz-Czaicki

Grzegorz

Czaicki

Grzegorz-Czaicki

Grzegorz Czaicki

A mathematics engineer by education, problem-solving by nature. A big fan of efficiency, optimization and Lean approach. From experience, a manager managing projects and teams in large international companies. By conviction, a leader focused on the personal development of People, as it is in them that he sees the source of the success of all activities. Co-founder of the Tri-City organization “Lider z sercem”, under which he conducts workshops on broadly understood social and leadership competences. On a daily basis, Scrum Master supporting teams working with the use of agile approaches at SolDevelo. A graduate of postgraduate studies in coaching and psychology. In his coaching practice he is focusing on supporting personal development and building strong internal motivation. Privately, he is passionate about mountain trips at any time of the year.

How Management by Objectives may boost your agility (Case Study from designing and implementing OKRs in the software house)

You might have just implemented Agile in your organization. Or maybe you have been working in Scrum Framework for a while now. Regardless of the situation, the time has come for the next step. You already know the tools, the rules and the principles. What you aim for now is being more focused, transparent, open and adaptive. There are a lot of ways to develop your organizational agility. One of them is management by objectives (MBO) ÔÇô created and described by Peter Drucker, and then redefined in the OKR framework (Objectives and Key Results).

In this talk we would like to explain why ÔÇô as scrum masters ÔÇô we have started and facilitated the process of implementing OKRs in our organization. We will also discuss how we designed the process, how we involved the top managers and leaders and what is the current result of the OKR pilot.

Magdalena Dro┼║dziewicz

Magdalena

Dro┼║dziewicz

Magdalena Dro┼║dziewicz

Magdalena Dro┼║dziewicz

Scrum Master since 2013, specialized in helping platform teams. Fascinated by how sometimes small actions can lead to spectacular effects. From the moment I first encountered the Scrum Guide, ÔÇťInspect and adaptÔÇŁ quotation has become my mantra, so IÔÇÖm always on a lookout for opportunities to improve. Privately big fan of Lego bricks.

Taming defects. Things we’ve learned to do to keep numbers of defects low.

A digest of tricks and methods introduced by my Team in our way of working, that were followed by a fair increase in the quality of our increments.

Joanna

Dziuba-Wi┼Ťniewska

Joanna Dziuba-Wi┼Ťniewska

Joanna Dziuba-Wi┼Ťniewska – coach, consultant and agile leader supporting FinTech and software development agile teams and other agile leaders in development on individual, team and enterprise level; couducted coaching of almost 30 teams in Agile/Scrum, Lean, team building and professional growth; led over 30 personal growth/career development processes (incl. coaching and mentoring for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Leaders and Managers and engineers)

Scrum Master and Team Leader – how can you establish a cooperation beneficial to the team?

The cooperation between Scrum Master and leader of the team may either boost the way the team works or diminish all the support there is for the team. Therefore in my talk I would like to show how to establish a positive cooperation between those 2 roles in different scenarios: entry-level scrum master and experienced team leader, experienced scrum master and not-experienced team leader etc. Additionally, the aim of the talk is to discuss the cliches and stereotypes that often become an impediment in such a cooperation as well as share how based on my experience one can overcome those.

Magdalena Firlit

Magdalena

Firlit

Magdalena Firlit

Magdalena Firlit

Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org and Agile Transformation Consultant at magdalenafirlit.com. She has over 21 years of professional experience and helped dozens of companies on their way towards Agility. She is an Agile and Lean enthusiast, sharing her passion and experience during courses, conferences, workshops and other activities.

Setting up Product Goals

Nowadays the increasing number of Product Owners are interested in managing their products by setting up Product Goals. The concept might look simple to understand, however, based on working with Product Owners, the confusion may be felt. For instance, I often met the following questions: What is the Product Goal? Why should I need it? How do I know that this is a right goal?
During the talk I will share the hierarchy of goals, how are they related to value delivery, and what should be a source of Product Goals.

Piotr-Gorak

Piotr

G├│rak

Piotr-Gorak

Piotr G├│rak

Piotr is so old that he remembers when pro HTML pages were created without any CSS. He worked in multiple roles and has been a Product Owner at Motorola for the last 4+ years. He loves the history of computer science and is a big fan of functional programming. He is known for his very strong views on software development which, unfortunately, sometimes led him into trouble.

I’ve seen the future, brother…

The world is changing rapidly and the software industry is subject to change as anything else. The agility that many of us pushed through the industry since about 2010 was based on idealistic movement and that movement is already dead. But there is already a driving force, a vehicle for getting useful ideas from conception to industry adoption. By realizing the nature of this driving force we can forecast, to some extent, the future and also try to shape it.

Through my presentation, I’m going to explain what I believe this driving force is and provide facts and analogies to help you see the future of our industry more clearly.

Event language: polish

Anna-Jaworska

Anna

Jaworska

Anna-Jaworska

Anna Jaworska

IÔÇÖm working as a Product Owner at Motorola Solutions. I am a problem solver with expertise and experience in blazing trails through complex areas. At Motorola, you will see me turning ideas into product features and bridging gaps between business and technical people. When IÔÇÖm not at work, you will find me spending time with my family or running in the meadow near the place I live. My friends and colleagues would use these three words to describe me: good listener, driven, and empathetic.

Shades of the Product Owner role

More and more companies are publishing Product Owner openings. IÔÇÖll share with you my experience on how to start and position yourself as a Product Owner in the organization. What are key areas, each Product Owner should focus on to be successful in his/her role, to avoid being a scribe or proxy.

Paulina-Kaminska

Paulina

Kamińska

Paulina-Kaminska

Paulina Kamińska

The biggest waste is doing the unimportant things perfectly. As a Product Owner and Agile trainer, I focus every day on maximizing the value provided.
– I have been practicing the 5 whys method since I was a child.
– During my studies I fell in love with remote sensing (remote research of objects and processes on the Earth’s surface).
– One of my term papers was on machine learning.
– In my first job, I analyzed aerial images.
– In the next one I built map viewers.
– I have almost 10 years of experience as a Project Manager,
– 5 years ago I entered the Agile world as a Product Owner in the insurance domain.
All these seemingly unrelated experiences have led me to a place where I can support fight against cancer. Currently, I am a Product Owner / Product Manager in the field of IT solutions supporting oncological diagnostics and implementation of new clinical therapies.
As an Agile trainer, I conduct workshops and trainings, I am a mentor and support teams on their way to mature agility. I believe in the values ÔÇőÔÇőof SCRUM and the power of the Deming cycle.

Product Owner – the Leader of Ownership

As described in the Scrum Guide, a Scrum Product Owner is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team. Undeniably, but only?
Working for many years on various products, with various Teams and stakeholders, we also see the Leader of Ownership in this role. This person determines the involvement of the Development Team in the development of the product and the willingness to take risk and responsibility by them. It is this person that determines how engaged users will be in providing feedback quickly and it is this person who is the link between business and engineering, supporting building trust.
During this talk, we would like to present a number of tools that will help strengthen ownership and accountability of various stakeholders in the product development process. We do not promise that we will give a recipe for all ills, but we hope to evoke reflection on the other super powers of Product Owners.

Event language: polish

Jakub

Karolak

Jakub Karolak

Ca┼ée swoje zawodowe ┼╝ycie pracuj─Ö zwinnie. Nie umiem inaczej. Obecnie aspiruj─Ö do roli Agile Coacha w Pekao SA. Mo┼╝e nie mog─Ö si─Ö pochwali─ç 20 latami do┼Ťwiadczenia w bran┼╝y, ale za to mam mas─Ö zapa┼éu i ci─ůgle si─Ö rozwijam, bo kocham to co robi─Ö. W pracy jestem odpowiedzialny za program rozwojowy dla 250 os├│b. Moj─ů misj─ů jest zara┼╝enie zwinno┼Ťci─ů jak najwi─Ökszej liczby ludzi.

Case study wykorzystania gamifikacji przy transformacji agile w banku Pekao

Prawdziwa transformacja agile to nie tylko zmienione procesy, nowe role, inaczej uformowane zespo┼éy ale i inne codzienne zachowania pracownik├│w w stosunku do siebie nawzajem. Aby firma by┼éa w stanie ┼éatwiej i ch─Ötniej adaptowa─ç si─Ö do rzeczywisto┼Ťci potrzeba innej jako┼Ťci rozm├│w, innej jako┼Ťci przyw├│dztwa i innej jako┼Ťci postaw. Mimo ┼╝e mo┼╝e wydawa─ç si─Ö ┼╝e wprowadzenie takiej zmiany w wielotysi─Öcznej firmie to monumentalne zadanie (bo jest!) s─ů na to sposoby a mianowicie dzia┼éanie krok po kroku jedna osoba po jednej osobie.
Skutecznym sposobem na takie w┼éa┼Ťnie dzia┼éanie jest u┼╝ycie gamifikacji.
Je┼Ťli chcesz dowiedzie─ç si─Ö jak u┼╝ywamy tego narz─Ödzie podczas transformacji w banku pekao, zapraszam!

Ta prezentacja jest case study z tego jak aktualnie wygl─ůda wykorzystywanie gamifikacji w transformacji w banku pekao jak i og├│lnym wprowadzeniem w temat gamifikowania zmian w organizacji.

Podczas wykładu nauczysz się:
co to jest gamifikacja
dlaczego gamifikacja mo┼╝e by─ç pomocna
narz─Ödzia gamifikacyjne jakie s─ů dost─Öpne
ostrze┼╝enie czego nie gamifikacja lub z czym uwa┼╝a─ç
case study gamifikacji z pekao
w jakich elementach zmiany organizacyjnej warto u┼╝ywa─ç gamifikacji

Event language: polish

Ewa

Koprowska

Ewa Koprowska

Agile Management Consultant at Bupa Global. Ewa has been associated with IT for 20 years. During her career, she worked as actuarial developer, analyst, project manager, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Agile Coach and other, so she looks at the organizations and teams she works with from a broader perspective. She was also one of the PZUÔÇÖs Everest project manager, thanks to which she is one of the most recognizable experts on agile transformation and scaling in the Polish industry.

Digital Value Stream in practice

Do you know the difference between value stream management and value stream mapping? If no the workshop is for you. Value stream theory comes from lean and manufacturing. Now it comes handy because we can react to data delivered by our devops teams. The problem is that in digital value streams we rarely make the same thing twice. We will discuss how to describe value stream scope, how to define it, map and finally manage. I will share some examples of simple tools you can use in your organisation.

Let it flow

The flow as a state was described first by Mihaily Csikkszentmihalyi in his book, The flow is a state when creation goes smoothly from idea to value delivered. Additional outcome from this state is happiness. Based on this piece of knowledge Don Reinertsen wrote ÔÇ×The Principles of Product Development – FLOWÔÇŁ. This book is so scientific that is hard to read. Nevertheless this book is full of treasures – over hundred principles how to develop value better. After that book we can see flow everywhere – in scrum and kanban agile teams, at scaled agile frameworks, in dev ops and value streams. We can see it and we canÔÇÖt nail it. I will share few examples and reflection how to find and measure flow in big organisation.

Tomasz

Maj

Tomasz Maj

Tomek is an Agile Coach and Manager at McKinsey & Company, where he helps large organizations help start their Agile journey and make it sustainable. He is ÔÇťa strong believer that agility works and that setting the mindset in the right direction is far more important than what framework or method you useÔÇŁ. Huge fan of OKRs, Kanban and Flow Framework. Personally passionate about his sneakers and building Legos with his kids.

The continuous hunt for value

Based on a research together with Scrum.org, we have tackled the ultimate questions that all agile teams face – are we delivering value every sprint or staying busy? What can scrum masters, team members and leaders to ensure that this happens in your team and your organization.

Aleksandra-Pagorska

Aleksandra

Pag├│rska

Aleksandra-Pagorska

Aleksandra Pag├│rska

Product Owner (PSPO II) and Business Analyst for software products in Healthcare. Agilist by heart, strives for consumer centricity and empowered, self-organised teams. Continues trying to figure out the best product practices for agile at scale.
Both personally and professionally, she keeps curious and never stops learning.

Product Owner – the Leader of Ownership

As described in the Scrum Guide, a Scrum Product Owner is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team. Undeniably, but only?
Working for many years on various products, with various Teams and stakeholders, we also see the Leader of Ownership in this role. This person determines the involvement of the Development Team in the development of the product and the willingness to take risk and responsibility by them. It is this person that determines how engaged users will be in providing feedback quickly and it is this person who is the link between business and engineering, supporting building trust.
During this talk, we would like to present a number of tools that will help strengthen ownership and accountability of various stakeholders in the product development process. We do not promise that we will give a recipe for all ills, but we hope to evoke reflection on the other super powers of Product Owners.

Event language: polish

Justyna-Pawlak-Mihulka

Justyna

Pawlak-Mihułka

Justyna-Pawlak-Mihulka

Justyna Pawlak-Mihułka

Experienced scrum master & agile lead at SolDevelo. Sociologist, trainer & consultant. Lecturer at AGH University of Science and Technology and at Cracow University of Economics. Program Manager & Co-Founder of MBA IT UEK and postgraduate studies IT Business Management & Talent Management in Tech Companies AGH.

Expert in agile, lean & lean startup, organizational design, talent development, innovation culture implementation and modern leadership. She carried out consulting and implementation projects for global and local companies such as: Microsoft, Google, ABB, PZU, PGNiG, Thomson Reuters, IBM.

How Management by Objectives may boost your agility (Case Study from designing and implementing OKRs in the software house)

You might have just implemented Agile in your organization. Or maybe you have been working in Scrum Framework for a while now. Regardless of the situation, the time has come for the next step. You already know the tools, the rules and the principles. What you aim for now is being more focused, transparent, open and adaptive. There are a lot of ways to develop your organizational agility. One of them is management by objectives (MBO) ÔÇô created and described by Peter Drucker, and then redefined in the OKR framework (Objectives and Key Results).

In this talk we would like to explain why ÔÇô as scrum masters ÔÇô we have started and facilitated the process of implementing OKRs in our organization. We will also discuss how we designed the process, how we involved the top managers and leaders and what is the current result of the OKR pilot.

Volodymyr-Rybalkin

Volodymyr

Rybalkin

Volodymyr-Rybalkin

Volodymyr Rybalkin

Vlad is a Product Manager currently based in Krakow and working for Motorola Solutions. He has spent 6 years of his life working on software projects in public safety space (911 dispatch). He is a fervent advocate of customer development and human-centered design. In his spare time he likes to read, travel and hike with his wife and do calisthenics. Vlad can be reached via LinkedIn

Building a product without customers

In this talk I will share my experience of working on a product for a long time without opportunity to get direct user feedback.We will talk about product development challenges in cases like that and tools and techniques that can be employed to validate ongoing and future work.

Michał

Skuza

Michał Skuza

Technical Product Owner specializing in software architecture and overseeing the development process. Big fan of the iterative approach to software development. Lived through pure waterfall and agile-waterfall hybrid, emerged with a strong motivation to never do that again. Likes to ponder the why of various software engineering problems and phenomena, preferably over a glass of single malt whisky.

Perspectives in IT

What is perspective and what are the factors that affect it? How many different perspectives are needed to deliver a new product? This talk ponders the relevance of perspectives in software development, how realizing their existence can help in improving communication and how opening ourselves to other perspectives can help us become better engineers.

Maciej

Sowiński

Maciej Sowiński

Maciej Sowi┼äski zajmuje si─Ö Scrumem i zwinn─ů organizacj─ů pracy od 2010 roku, od 2014 roku jako agile coach i trener. W tym czasie pracowa┼é dla korporacji , sp├│┼éek skarbu pa┼ästwa , startup├│w i software hous├│w . Zar├│wno w Polsce jak i w Niemczech, Danii, Anglii.
Jako trener przeszkoli┼é ju┼╝ ponad 500 os├│b z temat├│w takich jak: Scrum, Kanban, zwinne zarz─ůdzanie, zwinne przyw├│dztwo. Pracuje jako konsultant zwinno┼Ťci w 7n.

Case study wykorzystania gamifikacji przy transformacji agile w banku Pekao

Prawdziwa transformacja agile to nie tylko zmienione procesy, nowe role, inaczej uformowane zespo┼éy ale i inne codzienne zachowania pracownik├│w w stosunku do siebie nawzajem. Aby firma by┼éa w stanie ┼éatwiej i ch─Ötniej adaptowa─ç si─Ö do rzeczywisto┼Ťci potrzeba innej jako┼Ťci rozm├│w, innej jako┼Ťci przyw├│dztwa i innej jako┼Ťci postaw. Mimo ┼╝e mo┼╝e wydawa─ç si─Ö ┼╝e wprowadzenie takiej zmiany w wielotysi─Öcznej firmie to monumentalne zadanie (bo jest!) s─ů na to sposoby a mianowicie dzia┼éanie krok po kroku jedna osoba po jednej osobie.
Skutecznym sposobem na takie w┼éa┼Ťnie dzia┼éanie jest u┼╝ycie gamifikacji.
Je┼Ťli chcesz dowiedzie─ç si─Ö jak u┼╝ywamy tego narz─Ödzie podczas transformacji w banku pekao, zapraszam!

Ta prezentacja jest case study z tego jak aktualnie wygl─ůda wykorzystywanie gamifikacji w transformacji w banku pekao jak i og├│lnym wprowadzeniem w temat gamifikowania zmian w organizacji.

Podczas wykładu nauczysz się:
co to jest gamifikacja
dlaczego gamifikacja mo┼╝e by─ç pomocna
narz─Ödzia gamifikacyjne jakie s─ů dost─Öpne
ostrze┼╝enie czego nie gamifikacja lub z czym uwa┼╝a─ç
case study gamifikacji z pekao
w jakich elementach zmiany organizacyjnej warto u┼╝ywa─ç gamifikacji

Event language: polish

Grzegorz-Czaicki

Grzegorz

Czaicki

Magdalena Dro┼║dziewicz

Magdalena

Dro┼║dziewicz

Joanna

Dziuba-Wi┼Ťniewska

Magdalena Firlit

Magdalena

Firlit

Piotr-Gorak

Piotr

G├│rak

Anna-Jaworska

Anna

Jaworska

Paulina-Kaminska

Paulina

Kamińska

Jakub

Karolak

Ewa

Koprowska

Tomasz

Maj

Aleksandra-Pagorska

Aleksandra

Pag├│rska

Justyna-Pawlak-Mihulka

Justyna

Pawlak-Mihułka

Volodymyr-Rybalkin

Volodymyr

Rybalkin

Michał

Skuza

Maciej

Sowiński

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Workshops

Jakub Ba┼╝ela

Jakub

Ba┼╝ela

Jakub Ba┼╝ela

Jakub Ba┼╝ela

Jakub Ba┼╝ela is a Scrum Master, Management 3.0 facilitator, Agile consultant, author and speaker. His first encounter with Scrum dated back to 2012. A huge fan of Geoff Watts approach to developing Scrum Master skills with RETRAINED model. He currently supports Agile teams in a scaled environment of a Danish software house.

ThatÔÇÖs an order! Simple prioritizing for POs

WeÔÇÖll cover 12 useful techniques every Product Owner (PO) should know to make his/hers life easier – and backlog neatly ordered. If youÔÇÖre a product person, who has to decide priorities for features/items/units of value, feel invited. If youÔÇÖre a process person, who helps your PO gaining new skills and finding new techniques, bring your PO with you and feel invited too!

Monika

Braun

Monika Braun

Agile coachka i konsultantka biznesowa stosuj─ůca podej┼Ťcie integratywne oparte na szerokim do┼Ťwiadczeniu w zr├│┼╝nicowanych ┼Ťrodowiskach i obszarach biznesowych. Przeprowadzaj─ůc organizacje przez zmiany zapewniam niezb─Ödn─ů wiedz─Ö i dobre praktyki maj─ůc uwa┼╝no┼Ť─ç na g┼é├│wne cele rozwojowe i biznesowe.
Jestem wsp├│┼éautork─ů ksi─ů┼╝ki prezentuj─ůcej agile z praktycznej strony ‘AgileHints | Twarde aspekty pracy zwinnej’ oraz tw├│rc─ů podcast├│w dla lider├│w ‘Ledelse’.

Dzia┼éam na rynku IT od przesz┼éo 19 lat maj─ůc fokus na ludzi, kt├│rzy wiedz─ů gdzie chc─ů pod─ů┼╝y─ç jednak nie wiedz─ů jak to zrobi─ç. Wspieram w odkrywaniu mocnych stron stosuj─ůc podej┼Ťcie DISC i Clifton StrengthsFinder.

Mocno wspieram ludzi, zespo┼éy i organizacje gotowe na rozw├│j wzmacniaj─ůc ich potencja┼é i wzajemne relacje. Uwielbiam agile poniewa┼╝ zmienia styl my┼Ťlenia i ustawia fokus na ludzi, kt├│rzy docenieni dostarczaj─ů mega warto┼Ť─ç biznesow─ů na rynek!

Cel: zwinny lider | Metoda: Przyw├│dztwo integratywne

Zwinny lider to mega warto┼Ť─ç dla organizacji: change my mind
Przyw├│dztwo integratywne to jeden z element├│w autorskiego programu mentorskiego dla zwinnych lider├│w. Znajdziesz tu zar├│wno idee przyw├│dztwa sytuacyjnego, elementy leadershipu a tak┼╝e ogromny fokus na ludzi i zwinne warto┼Ťci. Poznasz r├│┼╝ne typy pracowe takie jak g─ůbki czy wypalone wulkany i zobaczysz jak mo┼╝esz ┼éatwo dopasowa─ç sw├│j leadership, tak by wydoby─ç maksymalny potencja┼é w swoim zespole. Podyskutujesz o zwinnych warto┼Ťciach i stworzysz w┼éasnego paj─ůczka do wykorzystania we w┼éasnym zespole. No i dowiesz si─Ö o co chodzi z tym znalezieniem odpowiedniego klucza do danej osoby.
A przede wszystkim poznasz mega ciekawych i interesuj─ůcych ludzi, bo przecie┼╝ w┼éa┼Ťnie tacy pojawi─ů si─Ö na tych warsztatach ­čÖé

Event language: polish

Błażej

Drobniuch

Błażej Drobniuch

Agile practitioner, since 2011 associated with the IT industry. Supporting organizations in achieving agility by building it around self-managing teams focused on delivering business value. Błażej gained his experience in small and large companies where he participated in agile transformation, defining new roles, structures and ways of working.

He has a number of original training projects related to the development of competences in building an agile organization. He conducts trainings in the following areas: Product Management, Agile Leadership, Agile Organisation,Agile Culture, Extreme programming, Recruiting & OnBoarding, Agile HR. Speaker at the Motorola Agile Swarming 2019 conference, IT Academic Days conference, lecture for students of AGH University of Science and Technology, MeetUp ALE Krakow, MeetUp NovoTalks; Web Academy webinar. Author of articles on Agile.

Certified LeSS practitioner, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Agile Leader and programmer (CLP, PSM II, PSM I, PSPO II, PSPO I, PAL I, C ++ 03 Expert). A graduate of the School of Trainers at the Wszechnica UJ Krakow. An enthusiast of Turquoise Organizations, Large Scale Scrum (LeSS), Management 3.0, Impact Mapping, and #NoEstimate movement.

Fear and Anxiety in organizations

Are you interested in the phenomenon of fear in organizations and want to share your own experience? Join our FEAR AND ANXIETY IN ORGANISATION workshops where we will together with other participants raise one of the biggest taboo topics regarding the operation of an organization.

Prepare to work in groups, meet new people and talk a lot ­čÖé

Find answers to questions:

What are emotions and how do you categorize them?
What are typical symptoms and defense mechanisms of fear?
What is the chemistry behind ‘how do you feel’?
How to deal with anxiety?
How to help others to deal with anxiety?
How to pay attention to projective identification?
What are the system consequences of fear in the organization?
What are the approaches to prevention and intervention?
How to facilitate a reflecting group (Balint Group)?

For whom: Everyone with experience from large organisations

Event language: polish

Product Coaching Dojo: eCommerce Sparring

On the workshops, you will have the opportunity to acquire key product management competencies practicing on real-life eCommerce case studies. Throughout the training, you can step into the role of a product coach, learning what great questions to ask when someone comes to you with a new idea.

Find answers to questions:

How to identify and formulate the right business goals?
How to define (leading) KPIs?
How to grasp and communicate the impact of the feature?
What questions work best when talking with clients?
How to propose alternative and better solutions?
How to propose experiments helping to verify and validate ideas?
The form of the workshop is training, so be prepared for a lot of interesting discussions and a lot of practice instead of boring theory.

For whom: Product Owners, Product Managers, Business Analysts, Scrum Masters, Software Developers

Event language: polish

Klaudia

Komacka

Klaudia Komacka

Agile and Lean Coach, Trainer and Mentor. Design Thinking Facilitator. She is a people person helping individuals to become a great team and supporting leaders in developing necessary skills in VUCA/BANI times. Interested in creative and systemic approach to problems and changes in the organization. Experienced in many environments (IT, FinTech, IoT, NGOs, government, CSR, Mining Industry) always looking for simple, yet effective solutions.

FAIL – first attempt in learning

How to fail fast and learn fast?
Whenever itÔÇÖs developing a product or improving the ways of working – we need to validate a hypothesis through experiments, tests, observationsÔÇŽ and next we need to evaluate the results and try again if we didnÔÇÖt reach the goal.

There is a practice that focuses on developing problem solving, scientific thinking and continuous improvement abilities. It helps us to better plan and assess our actions. ItÔÇÖs called Toyota Kata. During the workshop you will be encouraged to puzzle out the optimal solution through continuous experiments. At the end we will celebrate the learning with Management 3.0 practice!

Ewa

Koprowska

Ewa Koprowska

Agile Management Consultant at Bupa Global. Ewa has been associated with IT for 20 years. During her career, she worked as actuarial developer, analyst, project manager, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Agile Coach and other, so she looks at the organizations and teams she works with from a broader perspective. She was also one of the PZUÔÇÖs Everest project manager, thanks to which she is one of the most recognizable experts on agile transformation and scaling in the Polish industry.

Digital Value Stream in practice

Do you know the difference between value stream management and value stream mapping? If no the workshop is for you. Value stream theory comes from lean and manufacturing. Now it comes handy because we can react to data delivered by our devops teams. The problem is that in digital value streams we rarely make the same thing twice. We will discuss how to describe value stream scope, how to define it, map and finally manage. I will share some examples of simple tools you can use in your organisation.

Let it flow

The flow as a state was described first by Mihaily Csikkszentmihalyi in his book, The flow is a state when creation goes smoothly from idea to value delivered. Additional outcome from this state is happiness. Based on this piece of knowledge Don Reinertsen wrote ÔÇ×The Principles of Product Development – FLOWÔÇŁ. This book is so scientific that is hard to read. Nevertheless this book is full of treasures – over hundred principles how to develop value better. After that book we can see flow everywhere – in scrum and kanban agile teams, at scaled agile frameworks, in dev ops and value streams. We can see it and we canÔÇÖt nail it. I will share few examples and reflection how to find and measure flow in big organisation.

Jakub

Perlak

Jakub Perlak

Agile Coach and Design Thinking Coach trying to humanize workspace. Supporting people in creating a learning organization where value is fouled by empathy and supported by inspection and adaptation taking advantage of an iterative approach. Certified trainer and facilitator. Lifelong learner, scientific researcher and hobbyist. Active participant of agile communities.

Change by Design

We all face challenges at work, in life, sometimes small, sometimes overwhelmingly big. How to tackle them? Well… there is no silver bullet. However, you can try co-working on potential solutions with others, applying a deep understanding of the human need behind the challenge in an iterative way. Interesting? This workshop uses the surprising power of Design Thinking through co-creating prototypes for solving even the most wicked challenges.

Jakub Ba┼╝ela

Jakub

Ba┼╝ela

Monika

Braun

Błażej

Drobniuch

Klaudia

Komacka

Ewa

Koprowska

Jakub

Perlak

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AGENDA

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Park Inn by Radisson
ul. Monte Cassino 2
Krakow

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