SEASON V — DECEMBER 18, 2021

ScrumDayUkraine 2021: online practice

We dedicate this conference entirely to remote cooperation in a pandemic. For the first time, ScrumDayUA will be held in the format of online workshops and reports. A minimum of theory, continuous practice. Join us!

ScrumDayUA 2021 — now online

Despite the difficulties associated with the pandemic, distance, and uncertainty of today’s life, we will conduct ScrumDayUA in 2021. Just like in the previous year. And in a year before. And several more times 😊

A program is coming soon and for now… Don’t plan anything but Scrum for the December, 18 ️‍🔥

A day of hot discussions, energetic facilitations and professional self-development awaits you. Just as you like… ❤️‍

ScrumDayUA is

The best Scrum Openspace in Ukraine under the auspices of Scrum.org, now online.

Meetings, workshops, facilitations, and live communication with professionals from the Agile sphere about the future of the field in the context of a post-pandemic situation, changes due to remotes, and much more.

Top agilists from three continents will join us. Therefore, we will have simultaneous translation into English and Ukrainian, so even if you don’t know Ukrainian or Russian — you will be able to fully listen to each report and participate in workshops.

ScrumDayUA is an online conference on Scrum, Agile, and Management. You will be interested if:
  • tired of working with unmotivated teams
  • want to make sure of the effectiveness of the Agile
  • feel the difficulties of communication and cooperation with stakeholders
  • looking for how to improve the efficiency of your people instead of bloating the staff
  • want to make Agile transformation without unnecessary mistakes
  • want to work effectively with backlogs, customers, teams, and requirements
  • want to systematize knowledge and improve skills in Scrum and management
  • build a business with people in mind
  • look for changes
  • or just don’t believe in the “lucky luck” 🙂
Agenda
09:00
Introduction and Rules

09:15
Tawfiq Abdus Sattar

Discovering Agile Leadership Journey (workshop)

Globalization, automation, regulation, 24×7 mobility, and disruptive change have dramatically impacted our work and life. Leaders can no longer depend on past patterns of success to operate effectively in this landscape. Agile Leadership is more adaptive, empowering, impactful and effective leadership in highly complex, uncertain, and rapidly changing times.

Agile Leadership provides inspiration, awareness, focus, and guidance for all leaders to personally navigate their path toward improved leadership effectiveness and to improve the effectiveness of their organization. Whether you are an executive, first-level manager, somewhere in the middle, or influence in other ways, agile leadership can benefit your effectiveness to connect, inspire, align and influence.

09:45
Magdalena Firlit

Evidence-Based Management (workshop)

Evidence-Based Management (EBM) is an empirical approach that helps organizations to continuously improve customer outcomes, organizational capabilities, and business results under conditions of uncertainty.

A 60-minute workshop will introduce you to the EBM world and inspire you to further explore. We will not be able to cover the entire vast subject, of course. However, after the workshop, you will have a notion of a direction you can take.

10:35
Coffee-Break

10:45
Alex Reizer and Kyrylo Sytnikov

Scrum at an outsourcing company: doing the impossible (workshop)

If you faced these issues: managers who give unclear instructions, lazy, quiet, or shy developers without initiative, or if you’re facing customer trust issues as an outsourcing company, this talk is for you.

On the other hand, if you’re trying to create truly self-managed teams focused on value, if you wish to inspire initiative, have the team take ownership, or retain customers in long term, this talk is for you.

We’ll give you practical tools and examples to set this up quickly. We’ll show you testimonials from the team, the customer, and the outsourcing company — the three players involved. And we’ll prove it’s not a dream.

11:15
Slava Moskalenko

Collective decisions always win (workshop)

The collective decision-making process requires a high level of self-organization. If the meeting takes place online, it creates additional difficulties and problems related to remote communication. In general, there are three main obstacles to self-organization:

– Lack of collective maturity in the team

– Lack of motivation, for example, when collective decisions are reviewed by management or may be rejected

– Lack of a clear consensus-building process

NASA once developed a game that gave impetus to overcome the obstacles of self-organization. This game will convince even the most ardent skeptics to believe in the power of collective decisions. In this workshop, we will learn to play it online.

11:45
Oleksandra Burmenska

Spanish approach to PMO office organization: tips and tricks of Agile transformation (report)

I am a project manager and I moved to Spain a year ago thanks to remote work. Now I work in a local company as a PMO, and here I have to manage not only people but also robots. If you are wondering what it is like to be a project on a remote, how to carry out agile transformations in the realities of a very multinational team, and in general how to survive in the conditions of a constant “manana” — welcome 🙂

12:15
Yuriy Koziy and Svitlana Tiugaevа

Involving the organization into transformation on the remote: from the team members to the Management Board of the Bank (report)

We will tell you:

  • how to include top management in the implementation of transformation homework;
  • coaching the organization’s leaders without asking them to do so. Does it make sense? And what does make sense?;
  • portrait of the driver of organizational changes — necessary characteristics and qualification;
  • secrets of successful interaction of the change agent with coaches-consultants.

Welcome on board!

13:00
Lunch

14:00
To be Announced

14:30
Bogdan Misyura

Assessing and raising cultural tribes in your organization (workshop)

We will try to define our cultural level within the large tribe of agilists.

A manager should bring colleagues to high levels, and this technique provides specific solutions to this problem. Using this technique, you can easily determine the levels of your colleagues by how they communicate with each other. No need to use any complex scoring systems: with several key phrases, you can understand how best to communicate with this or that colleague.

15:00
Stefan Wolpers

Top ten meanest Scrum anti-patterns (report)

We will delve into the abyss of Scrum anti-patterns — from bad to really bad to ultimate, baddest anti-pattern imaginable: from using Scrum for the wrong reasons to lemon code, to stuffing your Product Backlog, to patronizing team members. And then discuss what you as a Scrum practitioner can do about it.

15:30
Pia-Maria Thorén

The Agile People Coach: the future role of HR and Managers (report)

We’ll talk about how managers, human resources professionals, company decision-makers, and employees can adopt the flexible, fluid, customer-focused mindset of modern tech companies to inspire their workers and strengthen their organizations.

16:00
Coffee-Break

16:10
Bogdan Onyschenko

How to squeeze an elephant into the trunk of a Volkswagen Beetle: backlog decomposition (workshop)

If you often hear the following:

– Oh no, it definitely won’t fit in one sprint!

– There is no place to break, these user stories can’t be smaller.

– This is a single whole, it is impossible to break this task into smaller ones…

Then this workshop is for you.

You will learn why to decompose backlog elements, how to do it, as well as try a number of effective methods that are sure to come in handy.

17:00
Ivan Spresov

Adaptive organization. On the way to transformation (report)

We’ll talk about the challenges an organization faces in a complex environment and how you can overcome those challenges. We will discuss the difference between the transformation and evolutionary development of an organization. And most importantly, we will talk about the factors that force the organization to go for transformation, and about the awareness of this choice.

17:30
Pete Behrens

Everyone can shape culture

Are you frustrated with your limited influence and authority to change your organization’s culture? It’s true, top leaders can shape culture more broadly (e.g. Satya Nedella at Microsoft). However, local leaders shape culture more acutely! Most employees leave because of their direct manager, not the CEO.

In this engaging session, Pete explores how everyone shapes the micro-culture around them. And because all organizations are made up of people, the only way to shape culture is to change the thinking and actions of those people. Including you! We will discuss how everyone leads and how anyone can create cultural bubbles around them to enable more agile ways of working.

18:15
Coffee-Break

18:30
Colleen Johnson

Data Driven Retrospectives (workshop)

Retrospectives are a chance for a team to come together to reflect on how they are working and identify small adjustments that will improve their practices. While it’s not uncommon to start a retrospective by reviewing key team data, it’s just as important that we look at data coming out of retrospectives.

Learn what data to gather and how to interpret it to identify the most valuable opportunities for improvement. Then take a data-driven approach to your action items as well, identifying the outcome and making them measurable through the Retrospective Hypothesis Canvas. Learn important tools for creating team ownership of the process by making micro-adjustments to how you work. This session will give you all the tools you need to make sure your retrospectives are focused, actionable, and effective.

19:30
Jurgen Appelo

The Versatile Organization (report)

What comes after Management 3.0, SAFe, the Spotify Model, and COVID-19? In this session, you will see what business agility means in the near future. Customer Experience (CX) and Employee Experience (EX) are the new product. Fluid teams working from anywhere replace static teams that work in just one office. And scale-ups take over everything by combining disruptive innovation with dynamic team structures. Make way for Jobs-to-Be-Done, flow-OKRs, and the unFIX model!

Itopa Sulé: 

20:30
Finish

Speakers on the ScrumDayUA 2021
Magdalena Firlit

Scrum Master and Agile Coach, Consultant, Trainer, Mentor, Life and Business Coach (certified trainer, ICF graduate student). Currently works as an Agile Program Manager at Guidewire Software, as well as an independent project consultant.

Magdalena is performing Agile transformations of organizations and teams. She works with companies of all sizes and at all levels of organizations.

Workshop: Evidence-Based Management

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Bogdan Misyura

Experienced Agilist, student, and friend of Jeff McKenna (coach of the world's first Scrum Team). Once a QA Engineer and QA Architect, today he is an Agile Coach of large and small organizations all over the world, the first member of PTN (Professional Training Network) @ scrum.org in Ukraine, and a candidate for PST (Professional Scrum Trainers).

Workshop: Assessing and raising cultural tribes in your organization

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Ivan Spresov

SAFe Program Consultant, Certified Scrum Master and Certified Scrum Professional by the Scrum Alliance, as well as Kanban Management Professional and an experienced coach of organizations at scale. Today he works as a Senior Project Manager at EPAM Systems, Republic of Belarus.

Report: Adaptive organization. On the road to transformation

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Slava Moskalenko

Agile Сoach, trainer, change agent, speaker, and evangelist of Agile culture. The first certified Scrum Trainer of the global organization Scrum.org in Ukraine.

Workshop: Collective decisions always win

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Alex Reiser

An Agile Product Manager with 7+ years of hands-on product management experience who seeks to deliver business, employee, and user value through dedicated, self-managed product teams, and helps others on their Agile journeys (PSPO II, Management 3.0). He has accompanied teams and companies on their Agile Transformation and believes that empowered and motivated people create exceptional, innovative products.

Today he is a Senior Product Manager at GlassesUSA, previously worked for Kadabra, Netvertise, SB Tech, and more. 

Workshop: Scrum at an outsourcing company: doing the impossible

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Kyrylo Sitnikov

Agile Coach and Scrum Master at OTAKOYI (outsourcing company). Member of the Scrum Ukraine team, a person with managerial experience in IT, retail, B2B and B2C sales, and restaurant business.

Workshop: Scrum at an outsourcing company: doing the impossible

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Bogdan Onyshchenko

Professional Scrum Trainer of the global organization Scrum.org, Product Owner, and host of the Plus50agility podcast, which discusses the challenges and tasks of Agile technologies in business.

Workshop: How to squeeze an elephant into the trunk of a Volkswagen Beetle: backlog decomposition

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Tawfiq Abdus Sattar

Certified Agile Coach & Management 3.0 Facilitator providing training and coaching for improving Professional & leadership competency and value delivery. He has been involved in agile transformation for organizations and provided guidance for increasing their approach to management, team collaboration, employee engagement, and how to react and adapt in the VUCA world. 

TMAS has more than 17 years of experience in Product Portfolio & Project Management, Software Architecture Design, Application life cycle management (ALM), Software development in Web, Desktop & Mobile platforms, and Software process improvement activities. 


Workshop: Discovering Agile Leadership Journey

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Oleksandra Burmenska

Project Manager, Agile coach, MBA.

For almost 10 years of work in IT, she worked with waterfall, successfully helped a number of teams switch to Agile frameworks, and also gained experience with SAFe (Scaled Scrum).

Loves remote work, working with distributed teams, especially on ML/AI and DeFi projects.

Report: Spanish approach to PMO office organization: tips and tricks of Agile transformation

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Jurgen Appelo

Inc.com has called him a Top 50 Leadership Expert and a Top 100 Great Leadership Speaker. 

Jurgen Appelo is the author of the book Management 3.0, which describes the manager role in agile organizations. He wrote the little book How to Change the World, which describes a supermodel for change management. His book Managing for Happiness offers practical ideas to engage workers, improve work, and delight clients. And finally, Startup Scaleup Screwup offers dozens of practices for teams working on new product development.

Report: The Versatile Organization

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Itopa Sulé

Itopa is an Agile Practitioner with experience in Product Development, Team Leadership and Agile Coaching. He has over 15 years of experience successfully building and leading high-performing teams, delivering products and business solutions in Banking and Financial Servicing companies across Africa and North America. 

Itopa's current focus is helping organizations deepen agility beyond IT to enable Business Agility in response to changing business environments.

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Pia-Maria Thorén

Pia-Maria is the founder of Agile People, a global network of people who work to improve workplaces by helping HR and leaders to attain an agile mindset for the future of work by using agile tools, methods, values, and principles. 

She specializes in helping companies move towards a culture of increased agility through Agile HR, Agile leadership, and Motivation. Her main focus is to contribute to creating organizations where people perform better and feel engaged.

Report: The Agile People Coach: the future role of HR and Managers

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Stefan Wolpers

Stefan loves sharing knowledge and creating community, thus providing others with new perspectives and opportunities — which is also reflected in his engagement in the agile community.

Stefan has a famous blog and curates the Food for Agile Thought newsletter. He also hosts a global Slack community of agile peers and is the founder of the Agile Camp Berlin conference.

Report: Top ten meanest Scrum anti-patterns

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Pete Behrens

A thought leader, Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) Educator, Certified Leadership Agility 360 Coach, and a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) engaging with organizations to improve team alignment and delivery, leadership awareness, competency, and value.

Pete formed the Agile Leadership Journey, a collaborative community of agile leadership educators and guides. He speaks at Agile Conferences, Scrum Gatherings, Leadership Events, and Local User Groups across the globe.

Report: Everyone can shape culture

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Yurii Koziy

Managing Partner of agiledrive, Professional Coach (ICF ACSTH), co-author, and trainer of agiledrive Scrum Masters School. He worked with well-known organizations — Vodafone, Watsons, Eva, British American Tobacco, Philip Morris, banda, Epikur.

In the past, he was a visiting scholar at the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School and the CAPS Business School.

Report: Involving the organization into transformation on the remote: from the team members to the Management Board of the Bank

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Svitlana Tiugaeva

Head of the transformation office of UkrSibBank. She has almost 20 years of experience in the financial field in marketing, sales management, change management. Svitlana believes that transformation is an integral part of the development of people and companies, which allows them to find new senses and opportunities.

Report: Involving the organization into transformation on the remote: from the team members to the Management Board of the Bank

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Colleen Johnson

The CEO and co-founder of ScatterSpoke, a space for more actionable retrospectives, and CEO of ProKanban.org, an inclusive Kanban learning community. She has presented and taught agile to audiences around the world. As a coach, she has worked with clients across a range of industries including Wells Fargo, eTrade, Home Depot, Salesforce, Gemini, and more.

Colleen helps organizations apply a systems thinking approach to aligning agile methodologies end-to-end. She has served as a board member for Agile Denver, the Agile Uprising, and chair of Mile High Agile Conference.

Workshop: Data Driven Retrospectives

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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.

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

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Bogdan Misyura

Богдан Мисюра — Agile coach, Scrum Trainer, CEO brainrain.com.ua, первой в Украине компании, члена всемирной сети PTN организации Scrum.org; со-организатор ScrumDayUA.

До недавнего времени работал Agile PMO & Delivey manager в Magento / Adobe. Имеет 17+ лет опыта в разработке ПО и 8+ лет — в проведении тренингов и коучинге. Провел аджайл-транссформации в 30+ компанях.

Сертификаты: 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.

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Ivan Spresov
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Slava Moskalenko
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Alex Reiser
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Kyrylo Sitnikov
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Bogdan Onyshchenko
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Tawfiq Abdus Sattar
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Oleksandra Burmenska
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Jurgen Appelo
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Itopa Sulé
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Pia-Maria Thorén
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Stefan Wolpers
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Pete Behrens
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Yurii Koziy
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Svitlana Tiugaeva
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Colleen Johnson

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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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