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14-15 APRIL 2021

 

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MEET OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 

Joseph Pelrine
Joseph Pelrine

Coach, trainer and manager, spent 25 years defining and refining processes to help companies improve.

Focused on people.

Applying leading-edge techniques from social complexity and psychology to process optimisation.

Research in novel applications of psychology to agile processes psychology and psycholinguistics.

Joseph Pelrine

Joseph Pelrine

One of the world’s most experienced experts in Agile methods, Joseph Pelrine has spent 25 years defining and refining processes to help some of the world’s most well-known companies improve their ability to satisfy the needs of their customers. As a psychologist, his focus on people and his experience in applying leading-edge techniques from social complexity and psychology to process optimisation goes far beyond the domain of software development, and extends to the whole organisation. A respected coach, trainer, and manager, Joseph conducts research in novel applications of psychology to agile processes, and is also a PhD researcher in psychology and psycholinguistics.

Jürgen de Smet
Jürgen de Smet

Executive-level guide for companies approaching their second growth phase.

Removing obstacles in path to innovation.

Complexity in enterprises.

Reduction of dependencies to manage.

Transparency & empiricism based decision-making.

Leaner, more customer-centric business.

Jürgen de Smet

Jürgen de Smet

Before, during and after an Agile adoption like LeSS, SAFe, Scrum at Scale, DAD or any kind of Lean transformation, large organizations often find that they need to de-scale and simplify organizational structures and processes. Jurgen functions as an Executive-level guide for companies approaching their second growth phase. Industry leaders in banking, insurance, telecommunications, healthcare, utilities, media and agriculture hire me to help remove obstacles in their path to innovation.

Meet our

Speakers

Klaudia Brożek

Klaudia

Brożek

Klaudia Brożek

Klaudia Brożek

Back to IT in 2017 to Aptiv. Engineering Team Manager, Scrum Master, trainer, facilitator, change agent engaged into Agile Enterprise Transformation. There is always a way out, just choose one and try it out experimentally. She believes that transparency and communication is the key – every change starts with people. The right time is always now.

Lean Inception – how to align people and build the right product

The Lean Inception developed by Paulo Caroli who already helped a lot of people and companies to give life to their projects. It’s the complete step-by-step guide to you and your team achieve best product development possible right now. Lean inception is the effective combination of Design Thinking and Lean StartUp to decide the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). It is a collaborative workshop that will help a group of people — typically an agile team, a squad, or a product team — understand, align and plan the building of the lean product. The construction of a successful product starts with a Lean Inception. Since 2019 Agnieszka was trying this method at few projects in Aptiv, in 2020 Agnieszka and Klaudia sterted cooperation, an idea of new product was defined – it was the right moment to start Lean Inception with new team, stakeholders to build the vision of right product. That is what we did. Now we want to share with you our journey with Lean inception.

Magdalena Droździewicz

Magdalena

Droździewicz

Magdalena Droździewicz

Magdalena Droździewicz

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, “Inspect and adapt” quotation has become my mantra, so I’m always on a lookout for opportunities to improve. Privately big fan of Lego bricks.

From Scrum Master’s misery to heaven. A story of Team’s transformation

One achievement after another, step by step – how a platform team transformed from a bottleneck to… well, maybe not a highway yet, but we’re getting there.

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.

Agile Transformation requires organizational engagement

The majority of organizations want to be Agile and act in an Agile manner. Yet, they are not aware of what it means or why they are moving towards the agile way of managing an organization. Agile Transformation is not the goal, but as a means to an end to become a learning, empirical organization. The process often requires changes, including in the mindset and strategy and organizational structure, and more. This lightning talk’s objective is to share my experience from Agility adoption in at least 30 organizations in the last few years and cooperation with top and middle management. To inspire and make awareness of what the process actually means. Implementing Agile frameworks on the teams’ level is not enough. We strive for learning, an empirical transformation process with visible results.

Vinnie Gill

Vinnie

Gill

Vinnie Gill

Vinnie Gill

Vinnie Gill lives a nomadic life, roaming the world as an Agile adventurer. Vinnie puts people and culture first. She enjoys connecting with people and companies to find their purpose, and walking alongside them in their organisational growth journey. Her passion is coaching at the Enterprise level to help bring about wide-ranging agile organisational transformation. Vinnie has vast industry and has deep business experience. She has previously held roles in Project Management, Contracts, HR, Strategy as well as experience working in and with start-up companies. She is deeply involved in the Agile community and volunteers her time with the Business Agility Institute, in addition to being a member of the International Consortium for Agile. Vinnie has a special interest in educating and education being the tool that empowers people; she is an IC Agile Authorised Instructor.

Working with Other Agile Coaches – Ohhhh, THE DRAMA!!!

Working with Agile coaches can be awful! While we coach teams and leaders, we aren’t perfect people. Like any person, we Agile coaches also have our trials and tribulations, eccentric characters and chaos. Join us as we explore what it is that makes us tick and how we Agile coaches can work together. As coaches we are often looked up to as role models of what a zen or high performing team should look like – but is this really the case? Do we live the agile values that we preach, are we the best collaborators? Coaching isn’t for the faint-hearted, yet the empathy that we give others seems lost with other coaches. How do we leverage what we have as coaches, bringing in our skills, complementing each other to create an awesome coaching team.

Justyna Gwóźdź

Justyna

Gwóźdź

Justyna Gwóźdź

Justyna Gwóźdź

Agile enthusiast and practitioner. Looking for ways to improve and shape organizational culture. Group processes architect and facylitator. Scrum Master, Mentor, Coach. Project Leader currently working in SPG, MSI.

Agile transformation from systemic perspective

A real life example of an agile transformation.Three years in the history of the department that changed a lot, shown in a systemic perspective. An experience worth sharing, even though it does not provide ready-made solutions

Event language: polish

Alister Haberfield

Alister

Haberfield

Alister Haberfield

Alister Haberfield

Agile Coach striving to unlock the true potential of individuals, teams, and organizations (and have fun on the journey!)

The Scrum Showcase – Demonstrating what the Scrum Roles can do

Despite saying we were ‘Agile’ and practiced ‘Scrum’, we followed Scrum in process only and viewed Agile as something you could simply do. In this session I’ll share an experiment we trialled on one team to demonstrate the value of the Scrum Roles and to start to shift the dial further from ‘doing Agile’ to ‘being Agile’ and kick start our second agile transformation. How did this experiment come about? What specific hypotheses did we set out to test? Where did we start? What did we do? What did we achieve? What happened afterwards? Come along to find out!

Damian Kuś

Damian

Kuś

Damian Kuś

Damian Kuś

I’m Damian, whenever I go I make life hard, as I seek for changes, improvements and better alignment with business. In Motorola for 15 year with a small break in one of the banking institutions. Many roles in engineering: developer, feature lead, defect prevention champion, manager, leader, architect, business analysis, catching all “balls” falling from the development table… As a hobby is meeting the challenge: survive in 2020, on horseback with saber in hand, with 3 dogs on leash and 3 cats demolishing the house… I’m survivor.

Next level of scrum or just spoiled scrum?

Working in Scrum/Agile is like baking a cake. Scrum Guide is like a receipt, people are ingredients, workplace culture is kitchen. What to do when not all indegiendies are matching recipe? Product Owner is not of “scrum” type PO? Kitching has a huge waterfall in the middle instead of a simple sink? Throw away all not matching puzzle pieces or should we mess-up the recipe and directly GO TO to scrum hell? ” Sit down comfortably and listen our story about the Scrum Master who wanted to follow the Scrum Guide as much as possible and Manager who wanted to achieve the goal. We met halfway.

Tomasz Maj

Tomasz

Maj

Tomasz Maj

Tomasz Maj

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

Build internal Agile Coach capabilities the key to success of any Agile transformation

Why investing and building the Agile Coaching capabilities in your organization is a much better approach then looking for large external support. We will discuss what it takes to build internal Agile Coach centers of excellence from selection of the right people, to training them, and finally empowering them in the organization. What are the key learnings from three completely different Agile transformations in Europe. Please come with your question and let’s have a discussion.

Tomasz Manugiewicz

Tomasz

Manugiewicz

Tomasz Manugiewicz

Tomasz Manugiewicz

Agile enthusiast and Coach, Engineer at heart. Former Development Manager, Scrum Master and Software Developer, currently working as an Agile Coach in William Hill / Grand Parade. Tomek conducted his first Agile Transformation in 2009. He worked for various international IT companies and lived in Vienna, Toronto and Isle of Man. Passionate about how people relations influence Software Development. He uses his empathy, connectedness and restorative talents (based on Gallup’s taxonomy) to help development teams boost their productivity and individual well-being. He is known for giving others a sense of comfort and stability in the face of uncertainty. His ability to link together the facts and dots, gives him a feeling that he would have been a good doctor or detective – he is happy that he decided to study Computer Science though. Tomek loves skiing, biking and sailing. Recently he has started his journey as lecturer at AGH University of Science and Technology leading courses he designed for future engineers.

20 years of Agile manifesto – what have we learned and how to use it in the future

It has been 20 years since the Agile manifesto was introduced. Our software development industry has been changing so fast since 2001. Nowadays it has changed even more impacted by a pandemic world. In my talk I would like to reflect on how the Agile approach has evolved over these years. I will share with you the experience I gained while transforming IT organisations towards Agile. Together we are going to discover the future of Agile movement especially in the context of the post-pandemic world.

Janek Mitkowski

Janek

Mitkowski

Janek Mitkowski

Janek Mitkowski

In Motorola Solutions for 13 years continuously (and 17 in total). Held multiple engineering positions, followed by managerial and Product Owner assignment in demanding (Windows) Platform infrastructure environment for ASTRO 25. Over the years leading and being involved in company’s external projects like Motorola Diversity and MotoBelfer. Process skeptic still trying to find the ideal software engineering process. He graduated from the University of Science and Technology in Krakow. Privately heavy metal and NHL enthusiast.

From Product Owners’ heaven to hell. A story of mindset transformation.

“Have you ever been alone at night? Thought you heard footsteps behind. And turned around and no one’s there?”. Join me in a journey through mindset transformation that I have experienced over past years as a Product Owner. It is commonly said to learn from your own mistakes. Why don’t you learn from somebody else’s mistakes or pitfalls? Answers will not be provided. Ideas, items, thoughts to think about will.

Agnieszka Pięk

Agnieszka

Pięk

Agnieszka Pięk

Agnieszka Pięk

Working with sustainability since 2010, in IT since 2012, working with agiility since 2014. Agile Coach for 3 years and curently she is Agile Project Manager, really. At all stages of her path she was helping people and teams to improve themself and their way of working. Mentor, trainer, agilist, traveller (when it was possible). Focused on people.

Lean Inception – how to align people and build the right product

The Lean Inception developed by Paulo Caroli who already helped a lot of people and companies to give life to their projects. It’s the complete step-by-step guide to you and your team achieve best product development possible right now. Lean inception is the effective combination of Design Thinking and Lean StartUp to decide the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). It is a collaborative workshop that will help a group of people — typically an agile team, a squad, or a product team — understand, align and plan the building of the lean product. The construction of a successful product starts with a Lean Inception. Since 2019 Agnieszka was trying this method at few projects in Aptiv, in 2020 Agnieszka and Klaudia sterted cooperation, an idea of new product was defined – it was the right moment to start Lean Inception with new team, stakeholders to build the vision of right product. That is what we did. Now we want to share with you our journey with Lean inception.

Krzysztof Raś

Krzysztof

Raś

Krzysztof Raś

Krzysztof Raś

Krzystof is an industry veteran, who is not only a leader but also a strong individual contributor through being a talented and passionate programmer himself. He has a proven track record of doing exactly what he is now doing for Bitpanda: building a local technology hub for a fast-growing company. During his career, he worked at Motorola as a Software Engineer and later branched into leadership roles at Luxoft, Grid Dynamics Poland, State Street and Fandom. In his role at Bitpanda, he is leading the new engineering teams to deliver products to Bitpanda’s platforms, now overseeing the hiring process and general growth of the Bitpanda Technology and Innovation Hub in Krakow, Poland.

How to motivate a team with a strong winning culture?

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast”, said Peter Drucker. Why? Because the organizational culture, a concept studied and elaborated, among others by Edgar Schein and (independently) Geert Hofstede, is the operational materialization of the organization’s values. It is the soul and heart of the organization. I will share my experience on building a high performing engineering culture in organizations that is a key to keep people engaged.

Event language: polish

Michał Rosołowski

Michał

Rosołowski

Michał Rosołowski

Michał Rosołowski

Michał is an Agile Coach helping Motorola’s teams and individuals make a change in how they work and what they do. Engaged into scaled agile transformations, large-scale retrospectives, change management, building communities of practice and a few more. Passionate about electric guitar, cats and role-playing games. Looks young in the picture.

Anti-culture of Commitments in Software Business

Human beings suck at committing anything. That is – committing part is easy, fulfilling the promises – not any more. Anger, frustration, disappointment – sounds familiar? In this lecture you will hear about: – traditional commitments and complex systems friction – extreme approaches to commitments – binary VS probabilistic commitments – Cyberpunk 2077 – Practices and tools for making your commitments smarter All based on my personal experience from large scale organizations. I see you there!

(Scaled) Retrospectives == (Electric) Chair

Agile organizations strive to continuously improve. Not just scrum teams, but their leadership, stakeholders and more. How do we improve scrum teams? Through retrospectives. How do we improve organizations as a whole? Well… the same way? If you have already tried large scale retrospectives, you probably know how challenging they are. In this presentation I will share my experience on setting up large scale retrospectives, including: retrospective design, process flow, facilitation techniques, tips and tricks and more!

Alex Sloley

Alex

Sloley

Alex Sloley

Alex Sloley

Alex Sloley is an Agile consultant, specializing in Agile training, Agile coaching, and software development best practices. Alex is a fifteen-year veteran of Microsoft where he acted as a Program Manager, Software Test Engineer, and Software Design Engineer in Test. At Microsoft, he shipped in over ten products, worked with Microsoft Research on multiple high-profile projects, and helped lead his organization into enterprise-level implementation of Scrum. As an Agile consultant, he has led Agile transformation efforts at a variety of clients, spanning industries and incorporating a diverse range of Agile practices.

Working with Other Agile Coaches – Ohhhh, THE DRAMA!!!

Working with Agile coaches can be awful! While we coach teams and leaders, we aren’t perfect people. Like any person, we Agile coaches also have our trials and tribulations, eccentric characters and chaos. Join us as we explore what it is that makes us tick and how we Agile coaches can work together. As coaches we are often looked up to as role models of what a zen or high performing team should look like – but is this really the case? Do we live the agile values that we preach, are we the best collaborators? Coaching isn’t for the faint-hearted, yet the empathy that we give others seems lost with other coaches. How do we leverage what we have as coaches, bringing in our skills, complementing each other to create an awesome coaching team.

Magdalena Słodkowska-Róg

Magdalena

Słodkowska-Róg

Magdalena Słodkowska-Róg

Magdalena Słodkowska-Róg

15 years in Motorola, working as a Scrum Master for the last 6 years. Active member of Agile Community of Practice. Gained experience, supported Scrum and SAFe implementations in different parts of Motorola. Believes that you truly help people when you “give them a pole, not a fish”. Likes solving problems, finding what is wrong and how to improve it. Loves horse riding and spending time with her family. Hates housework.

Next level of scrum or just spoiled scrum?

Working in Scrum/Agile is like baking a cake. Scrum Guide is like a receipt, people are ingredients, workplace culture is kitchen. What to do when not all indegiendies are matching recipe? Product Owner is not of “scrum” type PO? Kitching has a huge waterfall in the middle instead of a simple sink? Throw away all not matching puzzle pieces or should we mess-up the recipe and directly GO TO to scrum hell? ” Sit down comfortably and listen our story about the Scrum Master who wanted to follow the Scrum Guide as much as possible and Manager who wanted to achieve the goal. We met halfway.

Marcin Ziarnik

Marcin

Ziarnik

Marcin Ziarnik

Marcin Ziarnik

During my work experience I had a chance to be an active part of a few agile transformations working with dev teams, managers and directors. Taking a look from different positions they seem to have common problems. With my talk I would like to take you on the journey of discovering the seven anti-patterns of agile transformation which I believe are common and spread across the industry. Combining all of them guarantees a lack of success. For each of them we will discuss the symptoms which may show that you have this problem, and we will take a look at the alternatives which might help you to move forward and resolve the problem itself and not heal the symptoms. After the talk, you might see more in your organization and while I am not promising to resolve all your problems, I would like to give you a new perspective of thinking about your agile transformation.

The seven deadly sins of agile transformation – how to guarantee lack of success

Working with agility since 2014 as a Software Engineer, Scrum Master and Agile Coach. I graduated as MSc in Mechatronics and Project Management. Started my career as Design Engineer for the company offering automotive research and providing new technologies based on the outcomes. Quickly moved to the software world, and since then I was lucky to work with people who inspired my development, like Product Owners acting as sponsors, Agile Coaches with different backgrounds and managers at various levels of the organizations. I am fascinated with Product Management and focusing on the outcomes of everything we are doing.

Klaudia Brożek

Klaudia

Brożek

Magdalena Droździewicz

Magdalena

Droździewicz

Magdalena Firlit

Magdalena

Firlit

Vinnie Gill

Vinnie

Gill

Justyna Gwóźdź

Justyna

Gwóźdź

Alister Haberfield

Alister

Haberfield

Damian Kuś

Damian

Kuś

Tomasz Maj

Tomasz

Maj

Tomasz Manugiewicz

Tomasz

Manugiewicz

Janek Mitkowski

Janek

Mitkowski

Agnieszka Pięk

Agnieszka

Pięk

Krzysztof Raś

Krzysztof

Raś

Michał Rosołowski

Michał

Rosołowski

Alex Sloley

Alex

Sloley

Magdalena Słodkowska-Róg

Magdalena

Słodkowska-Róg

Marcin Ziarnik

Marcin

Ziarnik

Discover our

Workshops

Jakub Bażela

Jakub

Bażela

Jakub Bażela

Jakub Bażela

Jakub Bażela 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.

Skillful Scrum Masters with RETRAINED model

2-hours long workshop dedicated to Scrum Masters with ca. a year of experience in this role. Using the RETRAINED model of Scrum Master competencies, this workshop will help you understand what skills you need to improve from being a good Scrum Master to a great Scrum Master. You will assess your actual stance and level of skills, learn new tools, practice some facilitation structures and finally – make a step to being an inspirational, but also pragmatic leader. The result of the workshop will be an understanding of RETRAINED model and a specific plan for Scrum Master’s personal development.

Patrycja Godlewska

Patrycja

Godlewska

Patrycja Godlewska

Patrycja Godlewska

Patrycja has worked for IT companies since 2011, building her experience in the roles of a technical writer, a QA and a Scrum Master. Currently, her job is to support Agile Transformation at Pegasystems: steer the “how we do software” towards more and more Agile path and support Scrum Masters in their growth. She keeps feeding her passion for organizational change, operational excellence, facilitation and coaching. Her mission is to befriend leaders – across methodologies, cultures, and industries – with the complexity of change so that their change efforts can be successful.

Managing Change: Making the First Steps Right

Many great ideas are not implemented, and many people fail, because they get impatient during a seemingly never-ending change process. The dynamics and complexity of managing change often causes frustration. If you’re curious about the forces that influence change dynamics and how to tame them – join the workshop! During this interactive workshop you will learn how Change spreads across organizations, and how to take advantage of Change Management models to define the first firm steps of implementing your Change. You’ll leave the workshop equipped with improved understanding of factors influencing Change, a checklist of practices you can use every day, and actions for making the Change stick. Prior to the workshop you will be assigned with a short homework (shouldn’t take you longer than 30 minutes to prepare).

Marcin Lelek

Marcin

Lelek

Marcin Lelek

Marcin Lelek

An experienced leader, Agile Coach, professional trainer and facilitator. Focused on making good teams great. Leads by example by getting the right things done, continuous curiosity and team work. Knows a wide set of tools and techniques for improving team’s effectiveness and is experienced in using them. Helped multiple teams to increase their agility and maturity levels.

See, measure and learn – how to benefit from VSM

Have you noticed that your organization or team does not evolve and learn as quickly as they could? Without a second thought, do they struggle with the same issues? You see that they are stuck, but you don’t have tangible data to show it? Here we are with the Value Stream Mapping. The Lean method reveals process issues and gives strong evidence of what should be improved toward agility. We will show you how to use the VSM tool to get as much out of it as possible. You will be able to lead and finish the VSM workshop with: – objective facts about projects, – awareness about process gaps and wastes, – numbers you can revert to useful metrics, – and a reasonable plan on how to not repeat the same mistakes. You can make your contribution to learning and agile organization.

Event language: polish

Luiza Lipień

Luiza

Lipień

Luiza Lipień

Luiza Lipień

With over 14 years of experience in IT, I held a variety of roles from Project and Portfolio Manager, through Scrum Master, Head of Scrum Masters, Engineering Manager to Head of Agile Coaches. I was responsible for leading Agile Transformations on a scale in Allegro, PayU and William Hill. Thanks to that I gained knowledge both in the traditional and Agile approaches and first-hand experience in setting up the environment for individuals and teams’ successes. I coach and train teams, leaders and managers on #Lean, #Agile and #HR best practices. I assist individuals in their growth and personal development.

Leading through change

In Agile we say that responding to change is more important than following a plan. Every transformation is about change. Change is the only constant in life. Assuming that all of the above is true, the knowledge about change seems invaluable. And what is your current state of knowledge about change? Is there any difference between change and transformation for you? Do you know what the five stages of change are? How do we react to change? Is it the same for everyone? How to deal with fears and emotions during all stages? And how to – not only survive – but make it a roaring success? During this interactive workshop we would like to talk about change and how people react to it. We will discuss what you, as a leader, should do and avoid doing in order to help people accept the change. You will learn how to deal with different types of behaviours and how to make the whole transformation successful.

Event language: polish

Dorota Sternalska

Dorota

Sternalska

Dorota Sternalska

Dorota Sternalska

I have over 10 years of experience in IT. I was working in Motorola Solutions for 8 years, now I support Grand Parade (part of William Hill) in the Agile journey. At the beginning of my professional career I was a member of the test team. Later I discovered the power of Agile so I became Scrum Master. Now I work as Agile Coach on organisation level, supporting many teams and introducing Agile practices at scale. I believe that communication and cross functional teams are the key for creating high quality software. I love challenges and I am not afraid of changes. In my free time I travel and read books.

Leading through change

In Agile we say that responding to change is more important than following a plan. Every transformation is about change. Change is the only constant in life. Assuming that all of the above is true, the knowledge about change seems invaluable. And what is your current state of knowledge about change? Is there any difference between change and transformation for you? Do you know what the five stages of change are? How do we react to change? Is it the same for everyone? How to deal with fears and emotions during all stages? And how to – not only survive – but make it a roaring success? During this interactive workshop we would like to talk about change and how people react to it. We will discuss what you, as a leader, should do and avoid doing in order to help people accept the change. You will learn how to deal with different types of behaviours and how to make the whole transformation successful.

Event language: polish

Marzena Zaziąbł

Marzena

Zaziąbł

Marzena Zaziąbł

Marzena Zaziąbł

An energetic Leader, Agile consultant, professional coach, and trainer who always starts working with the end in mind and successfully follows this vision. Over a 10-year work career, she has worked in various roles such as Project Manager, Product Owner, Scrum Master, or Manager. She actively supports people and non-profit initiatives as a mentor and speaker. She deeply believes that everyone can change the world but the first step is the most difficult one.

See, measure and learn – how to benefit from VSM

Have you noticed that your organization or team does not evolve and learn as quickly as they could? Without a second thought, do they struggle with the same issues? You see that they are stuck, but you don’t have tangible data to show it? Here we are with the Value Stream Mapping. The Lean method reveals process issues and gives strong evidence of what should be improved toward agility. We will show you how to use the VSM tool to get as much out of it as possible. You will be able to lead and finish the VSM workshop with: – objective facts about projects, – awareness about process gaps and wastes, – numbers you can revert to useful metrics, – and a reasonable plan on how to not repeat the same mistakes. You can make your contribution to learning and agile organization.

Event language: polish

Jakub Bażela

Jakub

Bażela

Patrycja Godlewska

Patrycja

Godlewska

Marcin Lelek

Marcin

Lelek

Luiza Lipień

Luiza

Lipień

Dorota Sternalska

Dorota

Sternalska

Marzena Zaziąbł

Marzena

Zaziąbł

Call for papers
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AGENDA

VIDEO

Joseph Pelrine

Keynote – Love in the time of Corona

Jürgen De Smet

Keynote – How to manage a PBL using an empirical approach?

Agnieszka Pięk, Klaudia Brożek

Lean Inception

Alister Haberfield

The Scrum Showcase

Janek Mitkowski

From Product Owners’ heaven to hell

Justyna Gwóźdź

Agile transformation from a systemic perspective [PL]

Krzysztof Raś

How to motivate a team with a strong winning culture?

Magda Słodkowska-Róg, Damian Kuś

Next level of scrum or just spoiled scrum?

Magdalena Droździewicz

From Scrum Master’s misery to heaven

Magdalena Firlit

Agile Transformation requires an organizational engagement

Marcin Ziarnik

The seven deadly sins of agile transformation

Michal Rosolowski

(Scaled) Retrospectives == (Electric) Chair

Michał Rosołowski

Anti-culture of Commitments in Software Business

Tomasz Maj

Build internal agile coach capabilities

Tomasz Manugiewicz

20 years of Agile Manifesto

Vinnie Gill, Alex Sloley

Working with Other Agile Coaches – Ohhh, THE DRAMA!