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Season IV

The first

SCRUM – conference

in Ukraine supported by scrum.org

Dear friends,


On March, 21 at 12.00 at 12 p. m. (Kyiv time, EET), a bonus online session of ScrumDayUA will take place at a Zoom conference room.

Every speaker has prepared a bonus speech, willing to provide you with useful content.

So, here is our program:

12:05 Gunther Verheyen, “Engagement is (the) key”.
12:35 Anna Lavrova. “Where does a goal end and where does focus begin for a team? Synchronizing from a year to a day”.
13:05 Oded Tamir. “Agile Transformation – the Next Level From IT Agility to Business Agility”
13:35 Roman Sakharov. “Digitalizing the State: volunteering experience with the use of Agile for Diya”.

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20 June

2020 Saturday

DTEK Academy(UNIT.City)

Ukraine, Kyiv

Dorohozhytska st. 3

building B12

ScrumDayUA addresses the interests of:
  • Innovators and change agents
  • Managers, team builders, and anyone who runs business relying on teams
  • Those dealing with employees’ underperformance
  • Anyone challenged by the customer requirements, looking to systematize their knowledge, and improve their skills in Scrum and Management
  • C-level executives and leadership looking to recognize the efficiency of Agile
  • Business owners, PMs, team leaders, Agile coaches, business analysts, Scrum Masters, practicing and would-be developers
  • Those who want to perform Agile transformation fast and without useless mistakes.
  • Those who want to effectively work with backlogs and requirements and collaborate with customers and teams.
  • Those who simply doubt the Scrum approach.
This event is:

The best Scrum open space in Ukraine supported by Scrum.org, one of the two Scrum communities widely recognised throughout the world.

Full of meetings and communication with the brightest Agile professionals about self-organization, future of Agile and much more!

4 streams offering different forms of content available for all participants.

A place to buy books about Scrum, catering, and a wonderful after party.

Schedule
Transformation in Enterprise
Coaching and ScrumMastering
Product Management
Chief stage
Transformation in Enterprise
09:00 – 10:00

Check in & Coffee

10:00 – 10:15

Conference opening

10:55 – 11:00

Unconference Time

11:45 – 12:00

Unconference Time

13:00 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 13:45

Raffle prizes

13:45 – 14:45
14:45 – 15:00

Unconference Time

15:00 – 15:45
15:45 – 16:00

Unconference Time

16:00 – 16:45

Panel discussion

16:45 – 17:00

Unconference Time

17:00 – 17:45

Teams!

Language: English
17:45 – 18:00

Unconference Time

18:00 – 18:45

Closing KeyNote

Language: English
18:45 – 19:00

Official part ending

19:00 – 20:00

After-Party

Coaching and ScrumMastering
09:00 – 10:00

Check in & Coffee

10:00 – 10:15

Conference opening

10:55 – 11:00

Unconference Time

11:45 – 12:00

Unconference Time

12:00 – 13:00
13:00 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 13:45

Raffle prizes

14:45 – 15:00

Unconference Time

15:45 – 16:00

Unconference Time

16:00 – 16:45

Panel discussion

16:45 – 17:00

Unconference Time

17:45 – 18:00

Unconference Time

18:00 – 18:45

Closing KeyNote

Language: English
18:45 – 19:00

Official part ending

19:00 – 20:00

After-Party

Product Management
09:00 – 10:00

Check in & Coffee

10:00 – 10:15

Conference opening

10:55 – 11:00

Unconference Time

11:45 – 12:00

Unconference Time

13:00 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 13:45

Raffle prizes

13:45 – 15:45
15:45 – 16:00

Unconference Time

16:00 – 16:45

Panel discussion

16:45 – 17:00

Unconference Time

17:00 – 17:45
17:45 – 18:00

Unconference Time

18:00 – 18:45

Closing KeyNote

Language: English
18:45 – 19:00

Official part ending

19:00 – 20:00

After-Party

Chief stage
09:00 – 10:00

Check in & Coffee

10:00 – 10:15

Conference opening

10:55 – 11:00

Unconference Time

11:45 – 12:00

Unconference Time

13:00 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 13:45

Raffle prizes

14:45 – 15:00

Unconference Time

15:00 – 15:45

15:45 – 16:00

Unconference Time

16:00 – 16:45

Panel discussion

16:45 – 17:00

Unconference Time

17:45 – 18:00

Unconference Time

18:00 – 18:45

Closing KeyNote

Language: English
18:45 – 19:00

Official part ending

19:00 – 20:00

After-Party

20 June

2020 Saturday

DTEK Academy(UNIT.City)

Ukraine, Kyiv

Dorohozhytska st. 3

building B12

Speakers
Magdalena Firlit
Magdalena Firlit is the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer with several licenses to teach people. She serves also an Agile Coach, mentor, life and business coach.
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Magdalena Firlit is the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer with several licenses to teach people. She serves also an Agile Coach, mentor, life and business coach.

Magdalena has had over 18 years of professional experience and 13 years in IT environment. She specializes in Agile transformation and support for business during a change. She cooperates with different size companies and with all levels in an organisation. She provides courses and workshops related to Agile, Scrum, Kanban and soft skills. She is present as a speaker at conferences, meetups communities of practice and leads workshops and courses. www: http://magdalenafirlit.com

UX work in Scrum – workshop
Teams tend to separate UX work from coding and testing. How to combine work together and deliver the potentially releasable Increment each Sprint? What is the most important in value delivery? What tools and practices can UX use to improve business outcomes, help a Product Owner and focus on collaboration with users along with teams.

Oded Tamir

Professional Scrum Trainer, SAFe Program Consultant, Agilesparks

Oded is a Lead Coach and Trainer at Agilesparks, an Israeli leading Agile company.

He leads Agile and DevOps' transition in large global enterprises as well as in IT departments.

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Professional Scrum Trainer, SAFe Program Consultant, Agilesparks

Oded is a Lead Coach and Trainer at Agilesparks, an Israeli leading Agile company.

He leads Agile and DevOps’ transition in large global enterprises as well as in IT departments.

For over 20 years, Oded has held executive roles, including the positions of CIO and VP Project Management in a large global company, where he has mainly focused on project crisis management and project management training.

Oded combines Project Management competence with expertise in implementing Scrum and Scaled Agile methodologies and rich global training experience.

Oded is a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) and a SAFe – SPC (SAFe Program Consultant). He holds an MBA degree from Manchester University and an Organizational Consulting degree from Bar- Ilan University.

Agile Transformation - the Next Level From IT Agility to Business Agility
Business agility or organization agility is one of the important trends in today’s business world.
Consequently, Agile practices used so far in fields of IT and SW development, are now utilized across
the whole organization.
Today’s market competition generates frequent business changes to which companies have to adapt
quickly. In the VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) world, many organizations
may find themselves out of business because “the fast eats the slow” (not the “big eats the small”).
It’s therefore imperative that organizations devise new strategies.
These strategies are not about robustness but rather about the ability to adapt quickly to the
changing market environment and be able to compete based on changing market’s needs.
This presentation will present a short and focused view on one of the most important initiatives
organizations should take in order to survive in this market. We will discuss What Business Agility is
and what it is not, Why it is so important and How to overcome the challenge of organizational silos
and hierarchy and be able to “Organize Around Value”.
In the past year, I had the opportunity to work with several companies and support them in this
agility journey. I’ll provide examples from two such cases: one is a large semiconductor
manufacturing company, the other a startup that grew fast to a mid-size company (more than 100
people). Each one wished to improve agility in order to be able to act faster in the marketplace.”.
We will discuss the challenges, the barriers and the way those organization moved forward to
improve agility so that the audience of this session will be able to rethink the way agility can work
for them in their organization.

Gunther Verheyen
Gunther Verheyen is a longtime Scrum practitioner (2003). After a standing career as a consultant, he established his company Ullizee-Inc. Gunther was a partner of Ken Schwaber, co-creator of Scrum, and Director of the Professional Scrum series at Scrum.org (2013-2016).
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Independent Scrum caretaker

Gunther Verheyen is a longtime Scrum practitioner (2003). After a standing career as a consultant, he established his company Ullizee-Inc. Gunther was a partner of Ken Schwaber, co-creator of Scrum, and Director of the Professional Scrum series at Scrum.org (2013-2016). In 2013 Gunther published the bestselling book, “Scrum – A Pocket Guide”, with a second, reworked edition published in 2019. Gunther engages with people and organizations as an independent Scrum Caretaker.

"Engagement is (the) key"
Scrum drives us toward increasing the value we deliver. Although ‘value’ in itself is hard to quantify, we can measure and improve how we effectively deliver value. “Team Engagement” is the most ignored aspect of ‘value’, yet one where huge gains can be made to increase the ability to deliver value.

Slava Moskalenko
Slava Moskalenko - Agile Coach, trainer, change agent, speaker and evangelist of Agile Culture. He has been working in IT for over 13 years.
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Slava Moskalenko – Agile Coach, trainer, change agent, speaker and evangelist of Agile Culture. He has been working in IT for over 13 years.

In his article on how the decision to work in Agile appeared, Slava admits that at the very beginning of the Agile-boom in Ukraine he was skeptical about flexible approaches. He was convinced to believe in Scrum by replacing a product that his favorite team had been developing for 2 years: it turned out to be uncompetitive. Competitors in that situation were given an advantage not by the roduct, but by the organization of work processes. A few further experiments convinced Slava to continue working on Scrum.

Having worked as a programmer for many years, in 2012 he began to rule the Agile transformation of Luxoft clients, including UBS, Deutsche Bank, Hotwire. Since 2015, Slava has continued developing as a professional Scrum Trainer (PST). On this position, Slava provided high-quality advice on Agile to clients such as Lufthansa, Nordea, Credit Suisse and many others.

Agile Framework for Digital Transformation
В своем докладе Слава Москаленко поделится опытом внедрения гибких подходов для старта цифровых технологических продуктов в компаниях, которые не разрабатывают собственное программное обеспечение для своих клиентов. Такие инициативы принято классифицировать как “digital transformation”. Лучшие практики организации команд, процессов и самой цифровой трансформации собраны в единый фреймворк. Основные элементы фреймворка будут сопровождаться реальными кейсами.

Bogdan Misura
Bogdan Misura - Agile coach, Scrum Trainer, CEO brainrain.com.ua, The First PTN Member (scrum.org) in Ukraine; The only Ukrainian member of PTN @ scrum.org.
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Bogdan Misura – Agile coach, Scrum Trainer, CEO brainrain.com.ua,The First PTN Member (scrum.org) in Ukraine; The only Ukrainian member of PTN @ scrum.org.

Until recently, Agile PMO & Delivey manager in Magento / Adobe. 16+ years of experience in software development;7+ years of training and coaching; more than 3,000 training participants and students;

Certifications: Professional Scrum Master (PSM I / II), Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO), Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner ( CSPO), Licensed Management 3.0 trainer.

Management 3.0 from scratch
Аджайл нравится многим им бредят и его хотят. Однако, трансформационные изменения в процессах, ролях и обязанностях пугают бизнес. Менеджмент 3.0 - концепция построения аджайл культуры в организациях, выраженная в обширном наборе практик. Одну из практик по выявлению личной мотивации, мотивации сотрудника/менеджера/клиента, я предложу ко вниманию участников конференции на своем мини-воркшопе.
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Ahmet Akdag
Ahmet Akdag: agility consultant, co-founder @acmagile, co-founder @agileturkey, Managing Partner. PST, PSM-I, PSM -II, PSPO-I, PSPO-II, PSD, CSM, CSP, SAFe Agilist, SAFe Program Consultant Ahmet is a consultant and a certified Scrum.org and SAFe trainer helping organizations through their Agile transitions. As one of the co-founder/contributers of the many Agile associations in his local market like Agile Turkey, Agile Middle East, Agile Greece and Agile Africa, he is serving to the non-commercial side as well.
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Ahmet Akdag: agility consultant, co-founder @acmagile, co-founder @agileturkey,

Managing Partner. PST, PSM-I, PSM -II, PSPO-I, PSPO-II, PSD, CSM, CSP, SAFe Agilist, SAFe Program Consultant Ahmet is a consultant and a certified Scrum.org and SAFe trainer helping organizations through their Agile transitions. As one of the co-founder/contributers of the many Agile associations in his local market like Agile Turkey, Agile Middle East, Agile Greece and Agile Africa, he is serving to the non-commercial side as well.

Ahmet helps organizations adapt Scrum, Kanban and other Agile processes in the right way by teaching the fundamentals to all levels in the organizations, coaching management, teams and helping to design the organizational principles-practices-tools for enterprise Agility.

Contributing to over 20 large organizational Agile transformation projects and coaching over 400 teams in small to large scale enterprises, Ahmet’s expertise on management and framework design directed him to create high quality solutions and best practices for scaling Agile within the fundamental principles of Agile processes. He has been coaching and consulting companies with a combination of extensive know-how and experience on both the process and practices side of Agile

This is the agile transformation story of a financial institution in Turkey, TEB- JV of BNPP Group, which has a vision to become a leader among the medium-scaled banks; to offer high quality service provision to its innovative customers and create sustainable profits for its shareholders.

This story will talk about the wisdom and insights on “try & keep’s ”, “think twice, re-adjust’s” and “never ever’s” experiences obtained in an environment with 40+ Scrum Teams in 19 months by garnishing with Portfolio Agility, establisment of an Agile Studio and initiation of an industrial way of coaching.

A journey designed to put agile into practice in an agile way with more than 1000+ people involved and with the great support of Agile Catalyst Community of BNPP Group.

Alexander Scheinerman
Alex has over 20 years of experience as a technology expert and manager.
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Alex has over 20 years of experience as a technology expert and manager.

Alex’s background includes a variety of R&D and management positions at leading IT companies and educational organizations such as Intel Corporation, the University of California in San Francisco, etc.

Alex has experience with Telecommunications Industry, Defense Technologies, System Simulations, and Software Development.

Benefits and challenges of multi-culture environments in IT companies: 4 tips
A multicultural environment means diversity in terms of ethnicity, gender, social belonging, etc. The work in a multicultural environment differs in the various approaches to planning, decisionmaking, communication style, conflict management, and leadership.

Based on my experience living and working in Israel and the US for nineteen years
working in a multicultural environment can be a satisfying and rewarding experience and at the same time can bring a lot of challenges.

We will talk about the strengths and weaknesses of multicultural companies, culturally diverse talents, diverse skills, and diverse teams.

Anton Kapitanenko
Anton knows something about agility cause he has 7+ years in this field and hands-on experience in establishing and transformation (scaling agile) processes (LeSS, Scrum, Kanban, custom models). He likes sharing his ideas with people, and it multiplies on the fact that of being a learning-freak (CLP, PSM I, PSM II, PSK I, ICP-ACC, CAL I and other buzzwords)
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Anton knows something about agility cause he has 7+ years in this field and hands-on experience in establishing and transformation (scaling agile) processes (LeSS, Scrum, Kanban, custom models).

He likes sharing his ideas with people, and it multiplies on the fact that of being a learning-freak (CLP, PSM I, PSM II, PSK I, ICP-ACC, CAL I and other buzzwords)

Я пропоную розглянути декілька (анти-)шаблонів, що досить часто зустрічаються у реальному житті у скрам-майстерів і agile-коучів. Ми також попрацюємо на конкретних кейсах як можна знайти баланс між викликом для команд і наданням їм допомоги

Ralph van Roosmalen
Ralph believes people make all the difference in every project. The people’s skills, how they work together, how they feel and just who they are. Scrum, Kanban, eXtreme Programming, Management 3.0, these are just tools or frameworks that exist to help people. He has been working in IT since 1997. He had different roles: Software Developer, Tester, Scrum Master, Agile Coach, Team Lead, Manager and VP Software Development. What he always liked most, was working with people, to improve the processes and the environments they work in.
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Ralph believes people make all the difference in every project. The people’s skills, how they work together, how they feel and just who they are. Scrum, Kanban, eXtreme Programming, Management 3.0, these are just tools or frameworks that exist to help people.

He has been working in IT since 1997. He had different roles: Software Developer, Tester, Scrum Master, Agile Coach, Team Lead, Manager and VP Software Development. What he always liked most, was working with people, to improve the processes and the environments they work in.

He is specialized in Management and Leadership coaching, Agile Coaching and Organizational Development support.

He is an active member of the Agile community and shares his insights and knowledge by speaking at conferences and writing blog posts. In the last years he was invited to Agile Prague, Agile India, XPDays and Agile Lean Ireland for example.

In 2017 he published the book Doing It – Management 3.0 Experiences. The first book about Management 3.0 Experiences besides the books Jurgen Appelo wrote. He publishes blog posts regular via LinkedIn, Management 3.0 blog, and his personal blog.

As CEO of Management 3.0. presents his program worldwide where it is necessary. Making sure the owners of Management 3.0 are regularly updated. Besides the CEO, he is also responsible for managing the Management 3.0 content.

Teams!
Teams are becoming a basic building block for many contemporary business organizations, with one survey finding 68 percent of Fortune 1000 companies using self-managing teams” - Lawler, Mohrman & Ledford
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Didem Örkün
Didem Orkun: Agile Studio Product Owner / Head of Agile PMO Experienced IT Professional with a background in Industrial Engineering. Involved in big, transformation initiatives such as merger of two companies. Had experiences in education, retail and finance sector. She leads Agile Transformation Initiative in TEB Information Technology Group for last two years, member of Agile Studio. Lifelong learner, Story-teller, Change agent, Evangelist of Agile Culture in TEB and BNPP Group.
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Didem Orkun: Agile Studio Product Owner / Head of Agile PMO

Experienced IT Professional with a background in Industrial Engineering. Involved in big, transformation initiatives such as merger of two companies.

Had experiences in education, retail and finance sector.

She leads Agile Transformation Initiative in TEB Information Technology Group for last two years, member of Agile Studio.

Lifelong learner, Story-teller, Change agent, Evangelist of Agile Culture in TEB and BNPP Group.

This is the agile transformation story of a financial institution in Turkey, TEB- JV of BNPP Group, which has a vision to become a leader among the medium-scaled banks; to offer high quality service provision to its innovative customers and create sustainable profits for its shareholders.

This story will talk about the wisdom and insights on “try & keep’s ”, “think twice, re-adjust’s” and “never ever’s” experiences obtained in an environment with 40+ Scrum Teams in 19 months by garnishing with Portfolio Agility, establisment of an Agile Studio and initiation of an industrial way of coaching.

A journey designed to put agile into practice in an agile way with more than 1000+ people involved and with the great support of Agile Catalyst Community of BNPP Group.

Valentyn Koriako
Since 2009, Valentyn is passionate about creating effective development teams and organisations. Through trial and error he has arrived at a very obvious success recepie for building a great team - you have to give a damn. Caring is such a simple concept, yet this crucial bit is often overlooked. Even more so in an outsourcing environment. Should you get attached to a colleague or a project, given you will part ways in six month's time? Valentyn believes that it's imperative to create a culture where "giving a damn" is championed. This concept is the cornerstone of any agile transformation.
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Since 2009, Valentyn is passionate about creating effective development teams and organisations. Through trial and error he has arrived at a very obvious success recepie for building a great team – you have to give a damn. Caring is such a simple concept, yet this crucial bit is often overlooked. Even more so in an outsourcing environment. Should you get attached to a colleague or a project, given you will part ways in six month’s time? Valentyn believes that it’s imperative to create a culture where “giving a damn” is championed. This concept is the cornerstone of any agile transformatio.

Together, we’ll explore successfull examples of such cultures, analyze cases where things went haywire and share tips on how to build offshore teams that bring added value to their customer by “giving a damn”. We’ll learn about selecting and fostering the team, manage your client while the team learns to care and why you should give a damn about all this.

Together, we'll explore successfull examples of such cultures, analyze cases where things went haywire and share tips on how to build offshore teams that bring added value to their customer by "giving a damn". We'll learn about selecting and fostering the team, manage your client while the team learns to care and why you should give a damn about all this.

Olha Korolova
6 years of experience in managing IT projects and teams development as Project Manager, Delivery Manager, Scrum Master in outsource and product IT companies. Lecturer of the school Projector. Last year worked in Latvia, acting as a curator of agile transformation in a product IT company. Inspirer, facilitator and servant leader helping teams to discover and develop their talents in a supportive and motivating work environment.
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6 years of experience in managing IT projects and teams development as Project Manager, Delivery Manager, Scrum Master in outsource and product IT companies. Lecturer of the school Projector.

Last year worked in Latvia, acting as a curator of agile transformation in a product IT company. Inspirer, facilitator and servant leader helping teams to discover and develop their talents in a supportive and motivating work environment.

Scrum - легковесный и простой для понимания фреймворк. Именно поэтому после посещения тренинга по Скраму чувствуешь себя супергероем, который спасет мир, ровно до тех пор, пока не переступишь порог офиса и встретишься лицом к лицу с суровой реальностью: устоявшейся культурой своей компании, организационной структурой, устойчивой к переменам, скептическим отношением, нехваткой поддержки вышестоящего менеджмента и опыта в эджайл методологиях и практиках у коллег в целом. С такими вызовами сталкивается множество инноваторов и агентов изменений во многих компаниях, поэтому хочу поделиться своим кейсом и опытом:
- Как внедрить Scrum, когда гибкие методологии не используются в компании и не являются частью ее культуры
- Как получить поддержку руководства, коллег и сделать так, чтобы трансформация стала общим делом и целью для распределенной команды разработки в 30 человек и тех, кто с ней взаимодействует
- Как трансформировать традиционные команды в кросс-функциональные и дальнейшая поддержка этих изменений

Nataliya Romanenko
Natalia Romanenko - organizational coach, business coach, Founder of Business Coaching School UA. Owner of TM HR-LAND (community of managers, works with 2006). Natalia specializes in the development of managerial and leadership competencies, leadership coaching, strategic team coaching. Author of concepts and techniques: “Feedback frame”, “4 styles communications in management ”,“ Developing appointments ”, SELF- DISCIPLINE, “Leadership Potential”, “Self-Assessment Matrix”. ECF Certification: Management Coaching, Coach training "," Management competency coaching ".
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Natalia Romanenko – organizational coach, business coach, Founder of Business Coaching School UA.

Owner of TM HR-LAND (community of managers, works with 2006). Natalia specializes in the development of managerial and leadership competencies, leadership coaching, strategic team coaching.

Author of concepts and techniques: “Feedback frame”, “4 styles communications in management ”,“ Developing appointments ”, SELF- DISCIPLINE, “Leadership Potential”, “Self-Assessment Matrix”.

ECF Certification: Management Coaching, Coach training “,” Management competency coaching “.

Since 2009, she has been teaching coaching and management at certification courses, during this time training passed representatives of such companies:SAP, Hilti, Samsung, adidas, Microsoft, Prom UA, Vodafone, Luxoft Ukraine, Hyatt Regency Kyiv, SolidOpinion, Yuri-Farm, FC Shakhtar, TEVA, MTA-Multimedia,Ciklum, Beetroot, EPAM, Ferrero, Lohika, Old Fashioned Radio, Glowberry, METRO Cash & Carry, UNIQA, Ukrposhta, KROK, PROFI STROY, TM Seasoning, Prominvestbank PJSC, LASPI, AXA Insurance, Cogniance, Lifecell, SB Tech, etc.

УПРАВЛЕНИЕ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬЮ. Workshop для лидеров команд

1. Принципы управление командной и персональной ответственностью. Зоны роста лидера

2. 7 способов снятия ответственности, маркеры их определения

3. Коучинговые беседы и модели ТА как инструменты управления ответственностью

4. Базовый алгоритм проведения коуч-сессий START

5. Тест и ключи для самокоучинга «Личная ответственность лидера команды»

Мастерская проводится в формате командного коучинга, каждый участник протестирует авторскую технику Наталии Романенко и получит стартовый план работы со своей командой в области управления ответственностью.

Nataliya Remez
Nataliya started her career as a developer back in 2005. She experimented with different roles in tech and spent most of her career working in distributed cross-functional teams building products that customers love. Nataliya have broad experience managing teams in small startups as well as coaching teams in a mature corporate environments. Currently Nataliya works as Tech Manager of Platform teams at iZettle. Nataliya was one of the early adopters of Continuous Delivery and DevOps culture and believes that the best way to succeed is to build a team of passionate people who care about each other and work on shared outcomes in self-organised way.
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Nataliya Remez
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Nataliya started her career as a developer back in 2005. She experimented with different roles in tech and spent most of her career working in distributed cross-functional teams building products that customers love. Nataliya have broad experience managing teams in small startups as well as coaching teams in a mature corporate environments. Currently Nataliya works as Tech Manager of Platform teams at iZettle. Nataliya was one of the early adopters of Continuous Delivery and DevOps culture and believes that the best way to succeed is to build a team of passionate people who care about each other and work on shared outcomes in self-organised way.

Teams are immutable, which means that every time someone joins or leaves, you have a new team, not the changed team. But what are the most common ways of forming the teams? In most of the cases it’s a managerial selection. The truth is people work best when they have a choice over what they work on and who they work with. Self-selection might be one of the best facilitation techniques to help whether you are forming new team or reorganising the old one. In this talk Nataliya, experienced Engineering Manager and Agile Coach, will share and retrospect her experience of conducting self-selection workshop as a part of the department reorganisation process.

Igor Sokolov
Igor Sokolov Has been building his own and foreign businesses on the Internet for the last 10 years: - The first PM in B2B startup, where he went from a pre-product fit market to a market leader in 2 years - Head of Product of a line of media products with a total audience of 100 million MAU - Product Manager SaaS product with an audience of 20 million users per day - Founder of Goort - community of leaders of food companies - Teaches product management in the educational platform Projector - Consultant on processes in food organizations
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Igor Sokolov
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Igor Sokolov Has been building his own and foreign businesses on the Internet for the last 10 years: – The first PM in B2B startup, where he went from a pre-product fit market to a market leader in 2 years – Head of Product of a line of media products with a total audience of 100 million MAU – Product Manager SaaS product with an audience of 20 million users per day – Founder of Goort – community of leaders of food companies – Teaches product management in the educational platform Projector – Consultant on processes in food organizations

Как не быть дата-дривен и быть счастливым
Игорь развеет миф о том, что существуют компании, где решения принимаются на основе данных. Рассмотрит модель зрелости данных в компании.

Roman Sakharov
Senior Business Analysis Manager and Delivery Manager @EPAM, Co-founder and consultant @E5. Acting as a Business Analysis and Product Management department head, as well as Project Manager and Scrum Master on multiple projects(including volunteering for Diia). Agile community creator and leader, Agile ambassador. Global Business Analysis Practice Co-head, BA community founder and leader. Conducting trainings on business analysis, Agile methodologies and management. Consulting projects on business a analysis, product management and Agile processes. Co-leading ITKaizenClub community in Kyiv. Speaker on multiple Ukrainian conferences. - Leading SAFe® certified - Certified SAFe Product Owner / Product Manager - Certified ISPMA Product Manager - Agile Team Facilitation certified - Certified Scrum Master - UA IT Awards – Business Analysis 2014 winner
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Roman Sakharov
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Senior Business Analysis Manager and Delivery Manager @EPAM, Co-founder and consultant @E5. Acting as a Business Analysis and Product Management department head, as well as Project Manager and Scrum Master on multiple projects(including volunteering for Diia). Agile community creator and leader, Agile ambassador. Global Business Analysis Practice Co-head, BA community founder and leader. Conducting trainings on business analysis, Agile methodologies and management. Consulting projects on business a analysis, product management and Agile processes. Co-leading ITKaizenClub community in Kyiv. Speaker on multiple Ukrainian conferences. – Leading SAFe® certified – Certified SAFe Product Owner / Product Manager – Certified ISPMA Product Manager – Agile Team Facilitation certified – Certified Scrum Master – UA IT Awards – Business Analysis 2014 winner

Робота в рамках державних проектів вважається доволі «плановою» та не зовсім Agile, проте все змінюється, коли ви працюєте волонтером. І, як завжди, коли ви приймаєте вибір щодо підходу роботи, є свої плюси і мінуси. У цьому виступі хотів би поділитися, як наша розподілена команда волонтерів створила мобільний додаток для Міністерства цифрової трансформації - Дія. З якими проблемами ми стикалися і як конкретно ми їх вирішували (або змирялись 🙂 )
- яка була команда та процес
- чим розподілена команда волонтерів відрізняється від вашої звичайної команди
- як працюють процеси Agile в такому проекті
- як вихід в прод працює для мобільних державних додатків
Долучайтесь, подискутуємо.

Ivan Spresov
Ivan Spresov. I’m working with agile models more than 10 years. I have participated in delivery of the different hybrid and agile projects and programs on different roles: developer, tech lead, scrum master, product owner and coach. The most complex role is coach, as you have to see the project overall ( how planned, organized, sold out) and at the same time your skills, knowledge should be the skills and ideas of the project leaders. There are a lot of work what should be hidden to external people — like support tooling setup or requirements management workflow, release models and coaching team how to communicate with stakeholders etc.
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Ivan Spresov
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Ivan Spresov. I’m working with agile models more than 10 years. I have participated in delivery of the different hybrid and agile projects and programs on different roles: developer, tech lead, scrum master, product owner and coach. The most complex role is coach, as you have to see the project overall ( how planned, organized, sold out) and at the same time your skills, knowledge should be the skills and ideas of the project leaders. There are a lot of work what should be hidden to external people — like support tooling setup or requirements management workflow, release models and coaching team how to communicate with stakeholders etc. I’m SAFe program consult and Certified Scrum Professional by Scrum Alliance. Also I was interested in value streams, so that is why I earned the Kanban Management Professional certification and often combine different approaches on different dimensions and levels — team, team of teams, services, portfolio. I have supported the transformations and facilitated large-scale events like Program Increment and multi-teams plannings in the USA, UK, Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. I’m leader of Agile Belarus community and active contributer to the agile communities of the Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Russia.

Скейлед Аджайл: трансформация vs адаптация

В данном докладе я расскажу историю Компании X, которая строила пусть от традиционной модели разработки к гибкой. Путь протекал через инженерные преобразования модели релиза продукта, разворачивания в продуктовом контуре и контроля потерь. Эта работа являлась основным стимулом к изменению модели сбора и обработки требований, распределению работ между командами и в конечном счете привела к сдвигам в моделе бюджетирования, работы с вендорами и собственными командами, смене парадигмы метрик и телемитрии, что дало в конечно результате улучшение временных показателей вывода продукта на рынок и реации на обратную свзяь со стороны клиентов и пользователей.

Из моделей гибкой и гибридной разработки мы поговорим про релизные поезда, трайбы, потоки создания ценностей, единый бэклог, работу с требованиями в эко-системе Atlassian, а также инженерных практиках.
Приходите, надеюсь будет полезно.

Nikolay Sudarikov
Nikolay is an experienced technology innovation leader, having around 15 years of experience in technology space consulting global companies, including some of the FTSE 100. Founder of Global Star Consulting UK, non-exec director of The Future Proof Technology, author at The Future Shapers, ICF-certified business coach. Nikolay’s mission and passion is to change the way companies organised and doing business to create a happier, healthier and wealthier world for the next generations. He wants to enable new forms of organisational structures that encourage real innovation, help everyone involved to fulfil their potential and get a fair share of reward for doing what they love. He envisages Global Star Consulting as a prototype of such a company and promoter of this philosophy to others.
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Nikolay Sudarikov
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Nikolay is an experienced technology innovation leader, having around 15 years of experience in technology space consulting global companies, including some of the FTSE 100. Founder of Global Star Consulting UK, non-exec director of The Future Proof Technology, author at The Future Shapers, ICF-certified business coach. Nikolay’s mission and passion is to change the way companies organised and doing business to create a happier, healthier and wealthier world for the next generations. He wants to enable new forms of organisational structures that encourage real innovation, help everyone involved to fulfil their potential and get a fair share of reward for doing what they love. He envisages Global Star Consulting as a prototype of such a company and promoter of this philosophy to others.

Improving digital products with Service Design Blueprint
Customer Journey Map is undoubtedly a great approach to understand and improve all the touchpoints with your customer and drive more engagement. With the Service Design Blueprint, we get a step further and connect the dots between what is on the front stage and visible for the customer, and what is behind the scenes - processes, systems, actors and policies. There are multiple benefits of blueprinting your service such as failure analysis, identifying bottlenecks, clarifying interactions and reducing the silos. Also, it can help you to rethink the future of your business by changing mindset from product-based to service-based, building new organisational structures and capabilities. In this talk, Nikolay will give you an introduction to Service Design blueprinting, explain the difference with Customer Journey mapping and highlight both tactical and strategic benefits of using the approach.

Sergey Naida
Program Director в компанії GlobalLogic. Менеджер та консультант з досвідом більше 10 років в IT. Має досвід роботи в ТОП сервісних компаніях України та консалтингу стартапів. Працював з проектами в Finance, Automotive, eCommerce, Enterprise сферах. Досвідченний та сертификований (SAFe, ICAgile, Management 3.0, KMP) Agile практик та тренер. Має досвід запуску та розвитку проектів з нуля, управління великими (150+) проектами, розвитку команд та впроваждення системних трансформацій на рівні проекту та організацій.
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Sergey Naida
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Program Director в компанії GlobalLogic. Менеджер та консультант з досвідом більше 10 років в IT. Має досвід роботи в ТОП сервісних компаніях України та консалтингу стартапів. Працював з проектами в Finance, Automotive, eCommerce, Enterprise сферах. Досвідченний та сертификований (SAFe, ICAgile, Management 3.0, KMP) Agile практик та тренер. Має досвід запуску та розвитку проектів з нуля, управління великими (150+) проектами, розвитку команд та впроваждення системних трансформацій на рівні проекту та організацій.

Ми поговоримо про нюанси та специфіку сервісних компаній. Які нюанси виникають при співпраці з клієнтами в стані Agile трансформації та змін. Що працює, а що не працює на практиці. Будемо говорити про практичні навички, та інструменти, які допомагають проходити турбулентні періоди, та періоди змін разом з командою на прикладі реальних проектів та мого досвіду. Поговоримо про те як будувати комунікації з командою та з замовником, які ролі потрібні для успішної роботи.

Angelica Golovchenko
Сертифікований медіатор, сімейний медіатор, член Національної Асоціації Медіаторів України та Асоцації Сімейних Медіаторів України, власниця приватної адвокатської практики, сімейний адвокат, фахівець в області права з 14-ти річним досвідом. Анжеліка є фахівцем по роботі з конфліктами та мирного вирішення спорів. В своїй професійній діяльності керується принципом: “немає нічого ціннішого за стосунки між людьми — на них […]
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Angelica Golovchenko
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Сертифікований медіатор, сімейний медіатор, член Національної Асоціації Медіаторів України та Асоцації Сімейних Медіаторів України, власниця приватної адвокатської практики, сімейний адвокат, фахівець в області права з 14-ти річним досвідом. Анжеліка є фахівцем по роботі з конфліктами та мирного вирішення спорів. В своїй професійній діяльності керується принципом: “немає нічого ціннішого за стосунки між людьми — на них все побудовано”. Автор майстер-класів та лекцій по сімейній медіації, має власний проект по роботі з дітьми в школах на тему їх емоційних компетенцій, конфліктології відносин та навичок безконфліктного спілкування. Автор статей та публікації на сторінках всеукраїнських видань ““ELLE Ukraine”, “Единственная”, автор-спікер міжнародного форуму Community Mediation Forum International. З 2018 року пройшла навчання в Українському Центрі Медіації, в Міжнародній академії безперервного навчання та Міжнародному Науково-технічному Університеті ім. Ю.Бугая, на спец.курсі від медіатора Гейдельбергського университету з медіації Дагмар Леглер. Має сталу практику медіатора та співпрацює з соціальними службами з захисту прав сім’ї та дітей м.Києва.

Що навчаться робити та чим корисна лекція? Учасники воркшопу отримають знання щодо того: – як виникає конфлікт? Що є “паливом” для конфлікту? Приклади конфліктогенів та тригерів – як саме наші емоції пов’язані з нашими потребами? Як це використовувати на результат – що таке “моя” правда та “твоя” правда? Як за цим віднайти поле для гарних рішень? – які існують правила безконфліктного спілкування? – три чарівні питання, як медіаційний інструмент, що виведуть будь-який конфлікт із глухого кута! – декілька практичних технік, які допоможуть в побудові екологічного спілкування та пошуку найефективніших рішень для роботи команди. Кожен отримає завдання, а найсміливіші — отримають змогу почути експрес-аналіз від спікера за результатами виконаної вправи.

Медіація, як ефективний інструмент побудови комунікації в команді

Медіація є ефективним гнучким способом вирішення конфліктів між його учасниками, в якій нейтральний посередник(медіатор) допомагає сторонам визначити потреби та інтереси, пристосуватись до вже змінених обставин та віднайти рішення, які задовольняють інтереси кожної сторони.

Медіація допомагає вирішити конфлікти з побудовою стосунків та бачення комунікації в майбутньому. В процесі переговорів медіатор працює з емоціями кожної сторони, допомагає почути один одного, зрозуміти та відчути важливість інтересів один одного, зрозуміти, що сторони є “партнерами по конфлікту” та побачити дійсні базові потреби та інтереси за тими емоціями, які супроводжують комунікацію сторін.

Що важливо — що всі рішення сторони приймають самостійно, без жодних рамок та обмежень. В процесі вирішення конфлікту учасники не обмежені лише формальною ситуацією та своїми принциповими позиціями — баченням кожною стороною своєї власної “правди”, всі питання один до одного можуть стати предметом обговорення та вирішення в процесі медіації.

Як відомо, жоден конфлікт не про те, про що він насправді. А ще Сократ говорив: “Заговори до мене, щоб я тебе побачив”. Тому в медіації важливий діалог і бачення ситуації кожним, а медіатор за допомогою інструментів та медіаційних технік допомогає сторонам “підсвітити” їх сліпі зони комунікації, почути те, що заховане під фразами-образами, тригерами, за емоційними реакціями. І вже побудувати щось важливе на принципі задоволення потреб кожного. Магія медіація в тому, що ми працюємо зі стосунками та трансформацією стосунків між людьми, на яких потім базуються всі професійні досягнення, клімат в колективі та принцип “я — адвокат своєї компанії”.

Alexey Puznyak
Seasoned professional in consumer banking, credit/debit cards, new payments platforms (p2p transfers), portfolio management and unsecured lending. Broad cross functional experience, including new business line start up on CEE markets (Russia, Czech Republic and Ukraine).
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Alexey Puznyak
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Seasoned professional in consumer banking, credit/debit cards, new payments platforms (p2p transfers), portfolio management and unsecured lending. Broad cross functional experience, including new business line start up on CEE markets (Russia, Czech Republic and Ukraine). Led team of talents responsible for Product Development, New Partnerships, Portfolio Management, Cross Sell & Segmentation. Sponsored and managed Agile development teams focused on product development and operational efficiency in #4 largest bank in Ukraine. Today, as a director of products for private individuals at Raiffeisen Bank Aval, directly responsible for customer base and revenue growth as well as for customer experience, Alexey leads a scaled Agile product discovery and delivery organization with more than 100 IT and business people.

Agile Transformation Path of Raiffeisen Bank Aval

Scrum and various Agile scaling frameworks focus on importance of Product Owner role, cross-functional "two-pizza" teams and technical excellence, however, each organization goes its own way to put these principles to life.

In this talk, we will focus on how the largest private bank in Ukraine (Raiffeisen Bank Aval) uses different marketing and product management tools to get from feature-centric to customer experience-centric product development and put product discovery process as a parallel stream to product delivery. We will also talk openly about IT, business and organizational structure challenges we are facing during Agile scaling.

You will learn how splitting the whole change-the-business portfolio into value streams and product/service teams helps in enabling entrepreneurial mindset and moving from project-focused to product-focused development.

You will also learn about the transformation process, or what does it take to define product owner role properly and change their mindset from subject matter expert to entrepreneur stance.

Sergey Prokhorenko
Sergey is an Agile transformation expert with multi-year experience in designing, driving and supervising organizational changes in Fortune 500 companies. Sergey started his career as a software developer, then switched to business analysis in waterfall projects and Agile product development teams, finally switching to Agile consulting and building one of the most successful Agile consulting practices across Eastern European software development vendors.
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Sergey Prokhorenko
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Sergey is an Agile transformation expert with multi-year experience in designing, driving and supervising organizational changes in Fortune 500 companies. Sergey started his career as a software developer, then switched to business analysis in waterfall projects and Agile product development teams, finally switching to Agile consulting and building one of the most successful Agile consulting practices across Eastern European software development vendors. Now Sergey leads Agile transformation of the largest non-state owned bank in Ukraine – Raiffeisen Bank Aval, as a Chief Transformation Officer directly supervising Agile coaches and Scrum Masters as well as traditional PMO organization and Lean/BPM teams. Combining efforts with IT, marketing, HR and other strategic functions into a cross-functional transformational effort, Sergey drives the change of how Raiffeisen Bank Aval does product discovery, delivers software and non-IT changes and merges different functional divisions into customer-focused vehicles responsible for end-to-end value streams.

Agile Transformation Path of Raiffeisen Bank Aval

Scrum and various Agile scaling frameworks focus on importance of Product Owner role, cross-functional "two-pizza" teams and technical excellence, however, each organization goes its own way to put these principles to life.

In this talk, we will focus on how the largest private bank in Ukraine (Raiffeisen Bank Aval) uses different marketing and product management tools to get from feature-centric to customer experience-centric product development and put product discovery process as a parallel stream to product delivery. We will also talk openly about IT, business and organizational structure challenges we are facing during Agile scaling.

You will learn how splitting the whole change-the-business portfolio into value streams and product/service teams helps in enabling entrepreneurial mindset and moving from project-focused to product-focused development.

You will also learn about the transformation process, or what does it take to define product owner role properly and change their mindset from subject matter expert to entrepreneur stance.

Anna Lavrova
Agile Coach в Wemanity Belgium. 11 лет в IT PM, 6 лет с Agile. Автор 6 курсов для управленцев и лидеров, международный спикер. Работаю с не айти организациями на пути к трансформациям и с лидерами, создающими изменения.
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Anna Lavrova
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Agile Coach в Wemanity Belgium. 11 лет в IT PM, 6 лет с Agile. Автор 6 курсов для управленцев и лидеров, международный спикер. Работаю с не айти организациями на пути к трансформациям и с лидерами, создающими изменения. Между индивидуальным и командным коучингом выберу индивидуальный. Быстро разговариваю и не люблю делать презентации.

Цель, OKR, видение, миссия, драйвер, эпик, BAG. Можете ли вы спонтанно объяснить различия между этими терминами? Большинство людей не могут. Легко запутаться в том, что означают эти термины и в каком контексте каждый из них полезен. По сути, все они описывают то, что кто-то хочет достичь.
Agile предлагает несколько идей о работе с целями и планировании - от уровня портфолио до ежедневной работы.
А как насчет целей? Кто и когда определяет и отслеживает их?
Поговорим о целях, инструментах impact mapping и example mapping и о немного о том, что измеряет скрам мастер в этом всем.

Scrum Day 2020 Topics
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Speaker:

Pawel Kmiotek

Subject:

Soft Skills Randori — soft skills deliberate practice

Deliberate Practice is claimed to be one of the expert performance’s cornerstones. Randori, in martial arts, is a free-style exercise which can be translated as “master the chaos” where participants attempt to resist and counter each other's techniques. Soft skills randori allows to train at more challenging levels in fail save environment with repetition and feedback. You will learn how to facilitate Soft Skills Randori session. You will be able to participate in a session and be provided with hints how to design and leach such session.

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Speakers:

Lena Kryzhanovska, Yulia Davydchenko

Subject:

Agile in a creative agency? The case of Banda agency

Scrum gives traditional businesses agility and space for creation. But what can it give to a creative agency? Especially when we are talking about an agile and successful creative agency like Banda.

Transitioning to Scrum turned out to be a challenge to the agency. The Scrum Masters Yulia Davydchenko and Lena Kryzhanovska will tell about those challenging factors, business results, and the way Scrum affected the entire organization.

The speakers will give answers to the following questions:

  • Which creative business tasks can be done with Scrum?
  • "Another damn standup?" What is a way from chaos to structure like in creative environment?
  • Search and training for Scrum Masters: the creative way
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Speaker:

Luis Goncalves

Subject:

Organisational Mastery — A Blueprint for Product Development Excellency (talk)

The world is constantly changing, and companies need to constantly learn and adapt in order to maintain a competitive advantage.

In this talk, I will talk about how to:

  • Create organisations that are fast and can react to any
  • changes in the market
  • Connect strategy with daily operations
  • How to build a learning organization
  • How to create a culture of continuous improvement
  • How to drive innovation
  • How I was able to build a company that went from zero to 1 million revenue in 1 year using the blueprint I will present during my talk
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Speaker:

Steven Mitchell

Subject:

The Power of Perception (non-verbal communication) (workshop)

In post-industrial western society we live in cultures dominated by symbolic language (words). Much of how we communicate is lost or overlooked by ignoring the totality of our social interactions. Our relationships can be shaped and determined without a word spoken.

What if you can influence others more without changing what you say? In this session you'll be introduced to some very basic concepts of how we are perceived by others through non-verbal communication, a critical aspect for any leader or change agent.

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Speaker:

Steven Mitchell

Subject:

Become a Master, Japanese Style! The Harada Method (talk)

Agile comes from Lean; Lean comes from Japan. The Harada Method makes it all work!

Japan dominated the world in quality and productivity. Decades later the West is still trying to catch up. What Lean did for manufacturing products, the Harada Method does for developing people.

After 20 years of studying the world's greatest coaches Takashi Harada created a personal management system that made champions. He then took his method to industry and opened a new chapter in Japan's book of management practice excellence.

According to the Japan Management Association, this is the ultimate way to develop people - a critical competitive advantage for any organisation.

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Speaker:

Pawel Kmiotek

Subject:

Enabling Business Agility with Scrum (talk)

Business Agility is one of the modern buzzwords. What it means depends on who you ask. Most agree thought that it is about quick and effective adaptation in order to maximize delivered value and user experience. To make organization thrive one must use appropriate tools. Taking into consideration what Business Agility is and that running business organization is complex Scrum comes as one of the first options. Scrum is agnostic to the specifics of the problem and thus it's usages is not limited to Product Development as many think. It offers an elegant way adapt and maximize a value in unpredictable and competitive context. In this talk I will discuss how Scrum can be used at organizational level to enable Business Agility.

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Speaker:

John Coleman

Subject:

The path to the Executive Leadership Network for Adaptiveness (ELNA) (workshop)

Adaptiveness is a journey. Executives need to ask different questions if a 21st-century direction-of-travel is to be achieved. What has John learned from his experiments. Where should you start?

Session 1 format: workshop to assess your part of the organization's level of engagement for agility, what execs might want to learn first, what execs might need to learn first

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Speaker:

John Coleman

Subject:

What is Broad & Deep Agility (BaDa)? (talk)

Organizations have varying levels of engagement for agility. Within organizations, different teams, departments, divisions, locations have varying levels of engagement for agility. One size doesn't fit all. Is it right to let fakers continue to fake if they're making some progress with agility?

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Speaker:

Magdalena Firlit.

Subject:

Measuring Agility (talk)

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Speaker:

Magdalena Firlit.

Subject:

Measuring Agility (workshop)

Traditional or hybrid organizations, even willing to become Agile, still have needs that must not be ignored. Usually, they are focused on activity and output, not outcomes and value. If Agile evangelists want to be heard with new approaches, the organizations will need evidence to prove that this approach is working.

Agile approach to be successful is focused on delivering business value as well as on outcomes and quality. During the workshop participants will be practicing what measurements actually measure value and what measurements have direct impact on customers. The results will be connected with their current situation in companies and easy to apply there.

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Speaker:

Наталия Павлова

Subject:

Жизнестойкость и работа с телом для успеха в бизнесе (воркшоп)

Уже далеко не секрет, что наша психика, тело и поведение взаимосвязаны в тугой клубок взаимных влияний. Если мы болеем физически, это отображается на нашем психическом состоянии, а наши поведенческие реакции влияют на физическое состояние тела.

Головные боли, ухудшение зрения, частые простуды, заболевания спины, внутренних органов часто имеют не физическую причину, а психологические корни.

Блоки и зажимы в теле отображают уровень стресса и «перегруженности», а еще не позволяют нам красиво выступать, коммуницировать, взаимодействовать и продвигать идеи. Они имеют сотни следствий в нашей профессиональной и личной жизни. Но это же значит, что проблему решить легче, чем кажется. Зачастую небольшой комплекс упражнений, незначительное изменение поведения и использование психологических практик приводит к быстрому и долгосрочному эффекту.

  • Разберемся, какие бывают блоки и зажимы, откуда появляются и к чему приводят (физические проявления, психологические проявления, поведенческие паттерны).
  • Пройдем диагностику, которая поможет определить степень актуализации блоков и зажимов (насколько сильно сейчас они проявляются в теле). Используем комплекс терапевтических упражнений, направленных на снятия блоков и зажимов.
  • Поймем, что же надо изменить в своем поведении и привычках, что бы блоки и зажимы не появлялись (актуализировались) вновь.
  • Поразмышляем где и когда эти практики можно использовать в своей работе. А еще, это очень легкая и веселая работа над собой, дающая прорыв в вашей результативности!
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Subject:

Communities of Practice: Get the Most

Stage:

Expert

We’ll be talking about communities of practice: whether it is just an emergent trend or a fundamental part of every company; whether it helps businesses survive dare competition. You will learn how to create communities of practice on different levels, what are their elements and which antipatterns are possible. We’ll also examine the role of leaders in such communities, the motivation component, engagement and the way it all affects an entire organization. Some cases, including the speaker’s own experience, will also be discussed.

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Title:

How to Empower Teams

Subtitle:

Boost Performance & Self-Confidence With a Buddy System

Stage:

Expert

Pairing works wonders. Not only in eXtreme Programming, but in any endeavor. It also works when boosting your Scrum. A quick and easy way to experience the power of pairing is to set up a buddy system. A buddy system helps team members become their best self and boosts team performance. Also, it makes coming to work a lot more fun! Learn why and how to set up a buddy system in this presentation and workshop, and walk out ready to boost your Scrum!

When she joined Xebia, Marianne selected Laurens as her buddy. In this session, both Marianne and Laurens share their experience as well as tips and tricks on how to set up a buddy system in your organization

The session will consist of a 20-minutes presentation and 20-minutes workshop with several Liberating Structures strung together to help the audience find their buddy.

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The future is unwritten, and impossible to predict. Only the past is certain, although the past can serve to make forecasts about the future. In his talk about the future of Agile, Gunther will share observations of 15+ years of Agile and Scrum; difficulties, pitfalls, successes. Although the future is highly uncertain, Gunther will share some of his beliefs about the future of Agile, and how we can shape that future.

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Self-organization has many levels: some times manage their processes successfully on their own; some people hire their colleagues; some shape the strategy for entire company. Transition between these levels can be problematic. Not many managers understand why letting the teams choose their salary, and not many teams can deal with that without losses. The talk will be about the instruments that make the transition smoother such as open distribution, Holacracy, and the experience of Morning Star.

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Agile and Scrum are being implemented as a superficial patch on traditional management. The underlying management hasn’t changed... It is one of the main contributing factors to (despite huge popularity of Agile) why very few organisations have successfully implemented Agile and many are running into all sorts of problems.

In the workshop you will discover how you can view management and its role in an empowering way that stimulates Agile mindset, and what new skills leaders today need to develop. You will also get hands-on tips on what you can do differently that you can put into effect straight away.

Is your vision to develop an organisation with highly motivated, self-driven, engaged and responsible employees? If so, I look forward to meeting you and introducing a way of leadership that develops successful teams.

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Measurement and KPI are essential to improve management decisions and problem-solving process. However, do organizations really measure the right things that lead them to get to the right decision?

This lecture/workshop will help you to improve your organization’s decision- making by analyzing the above question and offering useful principles, models and tools to improve the "What" and "How" organizations measure.

Lean and Agile methodologies assist organizations in delivering Business value to customers and suggest that an empirical process is the best way to compete and succeed in a complex SW development environment.

However, we found that many organizations still focus on measuring activities and outputs rather than Outcomes, impact and value creation.

The EBM Model, Evidence Based Management Model, which is presented combines an empirical process with KPI’s and measurements which indicate the business value delivered.

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Фиксированное время, инициативы с фиксированной областью дают менеджерам ощущение предсказуемости и контроля. С четкими сроками, вехами, датами - все же понятно!

А если внутри фикс прайса у нас есть место для маневра и разработка идет по скраму, то это же праздник! Вертикальные и горизонтальные процессы, секьюрити и требования по интеграции. И резкий рост пользователей и заявок. Смасштабировались и перешли на фикс прайс с поквартальной оплатой. Что происходит и зачем нам коробки? Рассказываю историю масштабирования, которая закончилась хорошо и произвела новые команды в "старом" Agile.

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Данный воркшоп познакомит участников с методологией Design Thinking, позволяющей создавать инновации, используя простые и эффективные средства. Воркшоп состоит из краткой лекции о Design Thinking с примерами использования и практической части. Практическая часть позволит участникам применить метод на практике, используя методические материалы, разработанные d.school. которое является одним из ведущих учебных заведений, специализирующимся на Design Thinking.

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Доклад Павла Педенко об эмпатии к пользователю.

Павел Педенко является со-организатором серии митапов для продакт-мендежеров ProductTank Kyiv, со-организатором серии Product Hunt митапов. Дважды провел самый большой хакатон в Украине и Восточной Европе Media Hack Weekend.

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‘I have a dream (...)! ‘How many startups, projects, changes within organization started like that? What happens when the rush of adrenaline and dose of positive attitude is gone? What to do when you stopped believing that ‘yes, you can do it’?

Some people would watch a Ted Talk, some would subscribe to ‘Monday Motivation’ newsletter, some would give up on their dream. What I did (luckily) I got a systematic approach to my problem. I used the Lean Startup approach and Design Thinking as my weapon.

During the talk I would like to:

  • share a story behind my worst product idea of 2017/2018 - BlockchainFiesta Conference;
  • describe how to transform the idea to organize the first international Blockchain Conference in Poland into action;
  • show that Design Thinking combined with Lean Startup’s speed of delivery is a powerful tool that can make your business better and unleash unknown potential;
  • share all the wrong product hypothesis that I’ve had and show lessons learned.

Benefits for attendees:

  • getting a better understanding of the Design Thinking process and being able to use it in their own business context;
  • knowing how to apply a Human CenteredDesign approachin crossbusinessesandintheir private lives as well;
  • being able to select and use the most suitable Design Thinking Tools in order to solve complex challenges that happen in their team;
  • knowing how to find better solutions by combining Design Thinking with analytical decision making;
  • learning how to pivot with still staying on the track and following the vision.

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How will be the future's, Agile organizations? Is it enough to learn only to transform from traditional organizations to future organization? Is it possible to really transform a culture via learning the new only? Or, should we first start with forgetting the old? I will try to explore future agile organization characteristics and importance of un-learning together with learning in order to be able to transform.

Audience: anybody new to agile. The talk is soft/light, trying to give some insights about agile organization and some tips to succeed in transformation.

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In today’s fast changing world, it is vital that delivering the right product at the right time to satisfy our customers. Nowadays, this is the most difficult challenge that we face during our product development processes. It requires a different mindset and tools to overcome the problems causing dissatisfactory products. At this workshop, I will introduce a practical guide to popular technique called User Story Mapping and participants will experience how to use it.

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Вас ждет откровенный разговор с СЕО о том, почему Rademade инвестирует в самоорганизацию.

Тезисы доклада:

  • Что такое самоорганизованные команды
  • Как трансформировался Rademade
  • Как не погрузиться в хаос в компании без руководителей
  • Что получили/потеряли люди и организация.

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Did you ever try to understand the whole picture of how your organization works? Can you imagine what are causes and effects of your changes? How do you analyze its way of working? Do you know what are the mental models behind your system? All of these are part of System thinking, the skill of understanding the whole system, its interconnections, behavior and structures. During the presentation, we will speak about classical challenges of Agile adoption in large systems and make a system mapping using the tooling from System thinking.

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20 years ago, new products appeared in the market every year and disruptive changes in the market happened every decade. Now new products appear in the market every month and disruptive changes in the market happen every year. What will happen in 10 years from now?

Agile make sense in a context where organisations need to develop adaptation capabilities to deliver products more often and customised customer’s needs. Experimentation-based product development frameworks help us solving this problem, but In 10 years from now that won’t be enough.

We all know some players that drastically changed the rules of the game for all the other players such as Netflix, AirBnB, Uber and Lime. I believe that In 10 years from now this disruptive changes in the market will happen every month and organisations will need to develop resilience. Resilience will allow organisations to be ready to frequently overcome extreme changes in the market and reshape for the new conditions faster. Disruptive change simulation frameworks will help us solving this problem.

In this workshop, we’ll study the theoretical foundations that justify this evolution and analyse the elements that will help organisation being extremely resilient. Furthermore I will present, with hands-on exercises, a model for organisations to increase resilience and a framework to simulate disruptive changes in business domains.

The framework is an iterative Crisis-Simulation approach that actions:

  • a positive, creative and collaboration-driven culture to overcome the unexpected;
  • organisational structures that can be triggered to exit from chaos such as swarming and Cross-domain community structures;
  • and practices based on Scrum, design thinking and open space technology. This approach is can be understood as a practical application for the Chaos domain and the yellow dynamic of Cynefin.

As a result of the application of disruptive market change simulations, organisations will not only be more ready for unexpected market disruptions but also come up with disruptive innovations themselves.

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Эта невымышленная история о том, как наша компания смогла осознать проблемы, позврослеть для их решения и успешно изменить свой традиционный способ мышления. О том, как это случилось и к чему это привело, вы узнаете от Александра и Богдана.

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Поговорим о том, как лучше определить поток работы, почему не стоит привязывать колонки на Канбан-доске к специалистам, а также что, когда и зачем измерять.

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Imagine that you work in an established company that had grown tremendously during last few years. People who started all this became senior officers and VPs. Each one is an excellent expert in his/her area of expertise and build strong team of professionals within his/her function. But employees within each function/department work with other departments not so well as they used to when company was quite small. Someone forget to mention something, to invite someone to an important meeting, different teams have misaligned goals, … The results of such work could be good or bad, but they depend mostly on individuals interactions, not on some reliable system.

Do you recognize this pattern in your company?

I will share and approach how to fix this on organizational, motivational and process levels.

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20 June

2020 Saturday

DTEK Academy(UNIT.City)

Ukraine, Kyiv

Dorohozhytska st. 3

building B12

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Pains you’ll resolve
  • You’ll understand the essence of Agile management and the ways in which it is different from traditional management models.
  • Hiring: you’ll learn more about the profiles of the candidates suitable for Scrum teams.
  • Delegation on all levels.
  • Fighting burnout, skepticism, and cynicism in teams.
  • Systematic knowledge about Agile and Scrum.
  • Keeping up with management innovations in different fields.
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Gains you’ll get:
  • Facts and stats about self-organization, Scrum teams, and future of Agile.
  • New knowledge and technologies along with practical exercises in their implementation.
  • Cases of successful Agile transition in world-class companies.
  • Practical instruments of Agile management.
  • Networking and expert consultations.
  • Coffee breaks, lunch, presents, branded souvenirs, and an afterparty.
  • Access to literature about Scrum.
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