ScrumDayUkraine
Agile Transformation&Product Management

Season II

The first

SCRUM – conference

in Ukraine supported by scrum.org

17 March

2018 Saturday

DEPO Conference Hall

Ukraine, Kyiv

Antonovicha st. 50

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
  • For those who want to perform agile transformation fast and without useless mistakes
  • For those who want to effectively work with backlogs and requirements and collaborate with customers and teams
  • Those simply distrusting or doubting the Scrum approach
This event is:

The best Ukraine’s Scrum open space sponsored by scrum.org

Meetup and communication with Agile Transformation Professionals and the legengs of Product Management

Going to offer four concurrent presentations following own rules and available for all attendees

A unique chance to make a selfie with the European Agile Management celebs

Schedule
main stage
workshop stage
expert stage
unconference stage
main stage
09:00 - 09:45

Check-in

09:45 - 10:00

Topic presentation on all stages

10:00 - 11:00

Re.vers.ify (Re.imagining your organisation)

Imagination is what distinguishes innovative from lagging organisations. Any organization can be re.imagined, re.vers.ified, to exploit its intrinsic potential to innovate and lead. Scrum creates room for action and discovery. Organisations re.imagine their Scrum to converge their product delivery into a Scrum Studio. Divisions dissipate into a structure of product hubs interconnected through purpose and distributed leadership. Creativity and innovation emerges. People, teams and the organisation prosper. Re.vers.ify is an act of simplicity, rhythm and focus. Gunther has consolidated over a decade of his experience, ideas, beliefs and observations of Scrum in re.vers.ify. Gunther will introduce how the deliberate emergence of a Scrum Studio is the current way forward to re.vers.ify.
11:00 - 11:45

Give a Boost to your Agile Project with Examples

Specification by Example is an agile development technique that improves collaboration between technical and nontechnical members of the team, by exploring the problem using examples. These examples then get turned into executable specifications, often called ‘scenarios’. In this session you can learn about how examples can improve the efficiency of the agile projects and how this can be turned into practice with Behavior Driven Development (BDD).
11:45 - 12:00

Coffee-break

12:00 - 13:00

Agile в кровавом энтерпрайзе

В “классическом” энтепрайзе правят водопадные процессы. Это позволяет снизить затраты на старт новых проектов, но сильно ухудшает время Time to market. Переход на гибкие методологии позволяет это время значительно улучшить. Это очень не просто. Каждая команда разработки страдает от большого количества зависимостей. И в большой организации таких зависимостей настолько много, что представленный самому себе Agile в такой команде через какое-то время может и помереть. Перестраивать организацию процессов приходится полностью, сверху донизу. Мы поговорим про специфику внедрения Agile в крупной организации
13:00 - 14:00

Nexus: Как мы делаем Scrum на проекте в 150 человек

Nexus - это подход для масштабирования Scrum, разработанный соавтором Scrum Кеном Швабером и сообществом экспертов Scrum.org. Он помогает решать наиболее болезненные проблемы масштабирования – управление зависимостями и создание работоспособного программного обеспечения каждую итерацию. В нашем коротком докладе мы проиллюстрируем ключевые концепции Nexus на примере нашего проекта для крупной retail-компании, на котором более 150 человек успешно работают вместе по Scrum, используя Nexus.
14:00 - 14:45

Lunch

14:45 - 15:00

Lottery

15:00 - 16:00

Climbing the Self-Management Mountain Range

In my talk, I will go through the different levels of self-organisation that you can observe in teams to understand the current state and to know when and what to push for next.
16:00 - 17:00

Design For Perfect

The design of a race car is optimised for speed and agility; the design of a truck for efficient fuel and transportation costs. Just like a vehicle your organisition also has a design with an optimising goal. Do you know the optimising goal of your organisational design? Scrum at Scale is is a organisational design that optimised for speed and flexibility; it scales to ten of teams without adding ant extra roles, processes or artefacts. Stronger even, your organisation will get simpler and leaner organisation instead of a bigger and more complex. In this session you will get an overview of Scrum at Scale effects your organisational design and how it can benefit you.
17:00 - 18:00

Agility Scales

You want to scale agile but you don’t know how to proceed. You like some methods and frameworks but they don’t fit in your context. You want to change the organization but it’s hard enough to change your team. Scaling agile to work in large organizations is a hot topic. Some coaches and consultants offer frameworks (SAFe, LeSS, Holocracy) but others don't believe such frameworks can work. Other companies publish their own custom approach (Spotify, Menlo, Zappos) but it appears that people often copy these without thinking. Silver bullets and copy/paste solutions are easy to sell but don't enable real transformation. But what if we make it a game?
18:00 - 18:30

Conference Ending

18:30

After–party

workshop stage
09:00 - 09:45

Check-in

09:45 - 10:00

Topic presentation on all stages

10:00 - 11:00

Re.vers.ify (Re.imagining your organisation)

Imagination is what distinguishes innovative from lagging organisations. Any organization can be re.imagined, re.vers.ified, to exploit its intrinsic potential to innovate and lead. Scrum creates room for action and discovery. Organisations re.imagine their Scrum to converge their product delivery into a Scrum Studio. Divisions dissipate into a structure of product hubs interconnected through purpose and distributed leadership. Creativity and innovation emerges. People, teams and the organisation prosper. Re.vers.ify is an act of simplicity, rhythm and focus. Gunther has consolidated over a decade of his experience, ideas, beliefs and observations of Scrum in re.vers.ify. Gunther will introduce how the deliberate emergence of a Scrum Studio is the current way forward to re.vers.ify.
11:00 - 11:45

LeSS vs Nexus

In this workshop you will experience the difference between Component Teams and Feature Teams. You will work in small teams building on product and move from component teams to feature teams to experience the differences and effects on organisational complexity. Take Away: Insight how you can apply Scrum at Scale in your own organisation.
11:45 - 12:00

Coffee-break

12:00 - 13:00

Как вовлечь, вдохновить и закреативить группу на фасилитации

У любой фасилитации есть заказчик, цель, группа и фасилитатор. Как сделать так, чтобы группа, захотела идти к поставленной цели, чтобы люди смогли говорить открыто и откровенно, чтобы рождались креативные идеи и участники готовы были взять на себя ответственность за внедрение решения. Тайные фишки фасилитатора.
13:00 - 14:00

A Planning Meeting You’ll Love

Before you pull a user story into development, it’s crucial to have a conversation to clarify and confirm the acceptance criteria. Some people do this during their backlog refinement or planning poker sessions. Other teams have a specific three amigos meeting, specification workshop or discovery workshop, or do it during sprint planning. Whatever you call this conversation, many teams find it hard: it’s unstructured, it takes too long and gets boring. The result is they don’t do it regularly or consistently, or maybe they just give up on it entirely. We’ve discovered a simple, low-tech method for making this conversation short and powerfully productive. In this session we’ll show you how to apply this technique, called example mapping, with a fun and interactive workshop. No laptops required.
14:00 - 14:45

Lunch

14:45 - 15:00

Lottery

15:00 - 16:00

Nexus Zoo Game (scaling simulator)

At the workshop, we are going to simulate some challenges of scaled software development. We will then discuss how these challenges can be addressed in the Nexus framework developed by Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org.
16:00 - 17:00

Agility Scales

You want to scale agile but you don’t know how to proceed. You like some methods and frameworks but they don’t fit in your context. You want to change the organization but it’s hard enough to change your team. Scaling agile to work in large organizations is a hot topic. Some coaches and consultants offer frameworks (SAFe, LeSS, Holocracy) but others don't believe such frameworks can work. Other companies publish their own custom approach (Spotify, Menlo, Zappos) but it appears that people often copy these without thinking. Silver bullets and copy/paste solutions are easy to sell but don't enable real transformation. But what if we make it a game?
17:00 - 18:00

Agility Scales

You want to scale agile but you don’t know how to proceed. You like some methods and frameworks but they don’t fit in your context. You want to change the organization but it’s hard enough to change your team. Scaling agile to work in large organizations is a hot topic. Some coaches and consultants offer frameworks (SAFe, LeSS, Holocracy) but others don't believe such frameworks can work. Other companies publish their own custom approach (Spotify, Menlo, Zappos) but it appears that people often copy these without thinking. Silver bullets and copy/paste solutions are easy to sell but don't enable real transformation. But what if we make it a game?
18:00 - 18:30

Conference Ending

18:30

After–party

expert stage
09:00 - 09:45

Check-in

09:45 - 10:00

Topic presentation on all stages

10:00 - 11:00

Re.vers.ify (Re.imagining your organisation)

Imagination is what distinguishes innovative from lagging organisations. Any organization can be re.imagined, re.vers.ified, to exploit its intrinsic potential to innovate and lead. Scrum creates room for action and discovery. Organisations re.imagine their Scrum to converge their product delivery into a Scrum Studio. Divisions dissipate into a structure of product hubs interconnected through purpose and distributed leadership. Creativity and innovation emerges. People, teams and the organisation prosper. Re.vers.ify is an act of simplicity, rhythm and focus. Gunther has consolidated over a decade of his experience, ideas, beliefs and observations of Scrum in re.vers.ify. Gunther will introduce how the deliberate emergence of a Scrum Studio is the current way forward to re.vers.ify.
11:00 - 11:45

Поток: как достичь пика своей эффективности

Поток (Flow) - состояние максимальной концентрации и высшей эффективности в деятельности. Будь то написание кода, проведение презентаций, или работа над отчетом - в потоке будет максимальная результативность, мы создаем лучшее, на что способны. Выдающиеся компании выстраивают работу сотрудников вокруг принципов потока. По исследованию McKinsey эффективность человека в состоянии потока в 5 раз выше по сравнению с обычными состояниями. На спитче расшифруем "секретный код" потока, разберемся что его вызывает и как научиться его системно создавать в тех делах, где это важно.

Product owner in scaled scrum

11:45 - 12:00

Coffee-break

12:00 - 13:00

I want YOU to join our Team A-(wesome) – we already have a troll, “pink-glasses”, “dinosaur”, and a “yes-man”

How’s the dream team look alike? Super-professionals with great working experience, which has authority and knowledge, cases for every life situation, and have superpowers, actual leaders and can bend a spoon from the distance? Well, if you want to divide our planet in half, you’re on the right way. And an operating team, ready to handle any task looks totally different: - motivated “newbie” - troll - profi, which recorded a binary code on the cave wall - “don’taskingquestions” man (“no time- a lot of work ahead”) Do you want to know why? Come on March 11 and ask your questions.

Lean-Agile Product Development Expert

13:00 - 14:00

Management 3.0

Management 3.0 - это не очередной фрэймворк или методология. Это коллекция постоянно меняющихся игр, инструментов, рекомендаций и практик которые могут помочь любому сотруднику в управлении организацией. Это образ мышления и постоянно эволюционирующая система знаний. В основу Management 3.0 легла теория сложности, а так же следующие принципы: - вовлечение людей и стимуляция их взаимодействий - совершенствование всей системы - удовлетворение всех клиентов Почему 3.0 ? Какие темы конкретно охватывает Management 3.0 ? Какие практики Management 3.0 существуют и как их применять, в зависимости от контекста ? 11 марта я постараюсь ответить на эти, и другие вопросы

Аджайл в банке. Первые шаги и конечная цель

14:00 - 14:45

Lunch

14:45 - 15:00

Lottery

15:00 - 16:00

Як використовуючи Agile, правильно розподіляти задачі в проекті від декількох замовників

Часто можна зустріти ситуацію, коли на ваш проект, запити приходять одразу від декількох замовників, які потребують розробки різного функціоналу, або й різних продуктів, без розуміння паралельних запитів своїх колег. І в такій ситуації існує великий ризик зіпсувати відносини з замовниками, які очікують максимальної віддачі на свої задачі, не враховуючи загалний об'єм робіт на вході, або вигорання команди, яка намагається вгодити усім. У нашій дискусії поговоримо про те, які техніки Agile та Scrum допоможуть правильно вирішувати такі ситуації, зберігаючи хороші відносини з вашими замовниками і командою, а також при цьому створювати дійсно цінні продукти.

BDD addict

16:00 - 17:00

Фасилитация в реальном времени и контексте

Self-Management

17:00 - 18:00

Agility Scales

You want to scale agile but you don’t know how to proceed. You like some methods and frameworks but they don’t fit in your context. You want to change the organization but it’s hard enough to change your team. Scaling agile to work in large organizations is a hot topic. Some coaches and consultants offer frameworks (SAFe, LeSS, Holocracy) but others don't believe such frameworks can work. Other companies publish their own custom approach (Spotify, Menlo, Zappos) but it appears that people often copy these without thinking. Silver bullets and copy/paste solutions are easy to sell but don't enable real transformation. But what if we make it a game?
18:00 - 18:30

Conference Ending

18:30

After–party

unconference stage
09:00 - 09:45

Check-in

09:45 - 10:00

Topic presentation on all stages

10:00 - 11:00

Re.vers.ify (Re.imagining your organisation)

Imagination is what distinguishes innovative from lagging organisations. Any organization can be re.imagined, re.vers.ified, to exploit its intrinsic potential to innovate and lead. Scrum creates room for action and discovery. Organisations re.imagine their Scrum to converge their product delivery into a Scrum Studio. Divisions dissipate into a structure of product hubs interconnected through purpose and distributed leadership. Creativity and innovation emerges. People, teams and the organisation prosper. Re.vers.ify is an act of simplicity, rhythm and focus. Gunther has consolidated over a decade of his experience, ideas, beliefs and observations of Scrum in re.vers.ify. Gunther will introduce how the deliberate emergence of a Scrum Studio is the current way forward to re.vers.ify.
11:00 - 11:45

Group discussions

11:45 - 12:00

Coffee-break

12:00 - 13:00

Group discussions

13:00 - 14:00

Group discussions

14:00 - 14:45

Lunch

14:45 - 15:00

Lottery

15:00 - 16:00

Group discussions

16:00 - 17:00

Group discussions

17:00 - 18:00

Agility Scales

You want to scale agile but you don’t know how to proceed. You like some methods and frameworks but they don’t fit in your context. You want to change the organization but it’s hard enough to change your team. Scaling agile to work in large organizations is a hot topic. Some coaches and consultants offer frameworks (SAFe, LeSS, Holocracy) but others don't believe such frameworks can work. Other companies publish their own custom approach (Spotify, Menlo, Zappos) but it appears that people often copy these without thinking. Silver bullets and copy/paste solutions are easy to sell but don't enable real transformation. But what if we make it a game?
18:00 - 18:30

Conference Ending

18:30

After–party

Speakers
Askhat Urazbaev
General Director of ScrumTrek, co-owner of GameTrek.
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Askhat Urazbaev
General Director of ScrumTrek, co-owner of GameTrek. He graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 2000 with honors. Askhat Urazbaev made a typical career from junior developer to project manager in a small software company. He worked as a software developer, supervised the software development and managed projects in various IT companies. Happily, thanks to one of the customers, Askhat get some knowledge of Agile. Askhat has participated in several Agile projects. The new way of development looked very effective. Later on, in Luxoft, Askhat as a process architect was engaged in implementation of "heavy" development methodologies within the company's subdivisions. From 2004, he participated in Agile Luxoft projects in different roles. In 2006 Askhat started to help teams and department to adopt Agile methodologies in Luxoft. In March he has started Russian Agile Community (AgileRussia.ru) and in 2008 Askhat along with his partner Nikita Filippov founded company ScrumTrek which consults, trains and helps companies in their transition to Agile. Among the customers of ScrumTrek there are such companies as Sberbank, Alfa Bank, Post Bank, Megafon, Yandex, Kaspersky Lab, Rambler, Skype and others. ScrumTrek also organizes conferences on AgileDays and Agile Business Conference. ScrumTrek helps companies and organizations build effective software development process based on modern approaches like Scrum, Lean Kanban, DevOps and Design Thinking.
Jurgen Appelo
I was rated #40 management & leadership expert in the world, one of 100 great leadership speakers, and #6 most influential person in Agile; my blog was rated #3 most popular Agile blog in the world
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Jurgen Appelo
I was rated #40 management & leadership expert in the world, one of 100 great leadership speakers, and #6 most influential person in Agile; my blog was rated #3 most popular Agile blog in the world; and my books are considered best-sellers. Jurgen Appelo is pioneering management to help creative organizations survive and thrive in the 21st century. He offers concrete games, tools, and practices, so you can introduce better management, with fewer managers. Jurgen calls himself a creative networker. But sometimes he’s a writer, speaker, trainer, entrepreneur, illustrator, manager, blogger, reader, dreamer, leader, freethinker, or… Dutch guy. Inc.com has called him a Top 50 Leadership Expert, a Top 50 Leadership Innovator and a Top 100 Great Leadership Speaker. Since 2008, Jurgen writes a popular blog at NOOP.NL, offering ideas on the creative economy, agile management, organizational change, and personal development. He is the author of the book Management 3.0, which describes the role of the manager in agile organizations. And he wrote the little book How to Change the World, which describes a supermodel for change management. His most recent book is called #Workout / Managing for Happiness, which offers you practical ideas to engage workers, improve work, and delight clients. Jurgen can help you upgrade your enterprise with more engagement and faster results; He can show you how to become an agile business with better software; He shows you how to creatively manage your company; And he can inspire professionals with a purpose, advocating work-life integration for creative people. Jurgen is CEO of the business network Happy Melly, and co-founder of the Agile Lean Europe network and the Stoos Network. He is also a speaker who is regularly invited to talk at business seminars and conferences around the world
Magdalena Firlit
Magdalena Firlit - Scrum and Agile Coach, consultant, trainer, mentor, life and business coach (graduated Coach according to postgraduate university course ICF).
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Magdalena Firlit

Magdalena Firlit - Scrum and Agile Coach, consultant, trainer, mentor, life and business coach (graduated Coach according to postgraduate university course ICF).

She obtained an accreditation from Scrum.org and can provide certified trainings Professional Scrum Master, Professional Agile Leadership - Essentials and Professional Scrum Foundations.

She has had over 17 years of professional experience. Currently Magdalena is focused on Agile transformations of both organisations and teams. She cooperates with different size companies and with all levels in organisation.

She provides trainings and workshops related with Agile, Scrum, Kanban and soft skills. She is present as a speaker at conferences, meetups communities of practice and leads workshops and trainings.

Natalia Pavlova
Specializes in system training and development of managers and business owners: a successful start in the profession of a leader, effective technologies and management tools, the introduction of coaching and situational management, as a culture-forming style of command management, development of creativity and strategic thinking among business leaders and owners.
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Natalia Pavlova

Specializes in system training and development of managers and business owners:

  • a successful start in the profession of a leader,
  • effective technologies and management tools,
  • the introduction of coaching and situational management, as a culture-forming style of team management,
  • development of creativity and strategic thinking among business leaders and owners.

Head and owner of the SmartTime Management Development Studio. The current manager, leads the team of business and project teams. Management consultant, business coach. Works only with business owners and managers, helps them build a team management system and get away from manual control. Business coach and trainer of on-line courses for managers.

The author of the author's methodology for evaluating and developing the managers of SmartManager © and the technology of post-training support for VideoCom. Author and developer of TrainingBook a specialized scheduler for managers. Teacher of the oldest business school in Ukraine - International Institute of Management (IIM)

Kate Terlecka
A mentor, consultant, change advocate. Founded Brass Willow and along with a group of experienced consultants changes the way organizations work and products are developed on polish market.
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Kate Terlecka
A mentor, consultant, change advocate. Founded Brass Willow and along with a group of experienced consultants changes the way organizations work and products are developed on polish market. Works mainly with high and middle management, but has extensive Scrum Master experience and hopes that one day she will go back to being one.
Kiryl Baranoshnik
Kiryl is an Agile Coach at EPAM Systems Netherlands and Authorized ICAgile Trainer in the team of independent trainers and Agile-coaches AgileLAB.
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Kiryl Baranoshnik
Kiryl is an Agile Coach at EPAM Systems Netherlands and Authorized ICAgile Trainer in the team of independent trainers and Agile-coaches AgileLAB. Kiryl has more than 5 years experience of applying Agile principles in different teams and different contexts. As a Scrum Master he worked with a wide variety of customers from all over the world, including large well-known international corporations. A co-founder of the Agile and PM community in Minsk – peopleVprocess. Has been in software development for 10 years, started as a software engineer.
Konstantin Razumovsky
Konstantin Razumovsky is an Agile Coach and Professional Scrum Trainer by Scrum.org. He has an extensive hands-on experience as a Java Developer, Scrum Master, and Project Manager.
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Konstantin Razumovsky
Konstantin Razumovsky is an Agile Coach and Professional Scrum Trainer by Scrum.org. He has an extensive hands-on experience as a Java Developer, Scrum Master, and Project Manager.
J.Margus Klaar
Margus is a Swiss-Swedish-Canadian-Estonian currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a founding partner of the service design and branding consultancy, Brand Manual. Aside from consulting clients on a wide range of strategic topics, he is also responsible for the continuous development of the process and tools of service design, that Brand Manual applies daily […]
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J.Margus Klaar

Margus is a Swiss-Swedish-Canadian-Estonian currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a founding partner of the service design and branding consultancy, Brand Manual. Aside from consulting clients on a wide range of strategic topics, he is also responsible for the continuous development of the process and tools of service design, that Brand Manual applies daily to client projects. As such, he is a frequent speaker at conferences, as well as guest lecturer at universities.

He has published numerous articles on both branding and service design and is the author of “How to have your cake and eat it too - an introduction to service design.” He is active in the Service Design Network (global community for service design) and is the instigator of the international Service Design Award, which was launched in 2015 in New York.

Working with clients, Margus’ strength is in designing homogenous long-term strategy and single-minded concepts out of disparate, and sometimes at first sight, contradictory, information.

Oleksiy Padenok
Ex-Senior manager who decided to dive deep into Agile world. Experienced Scrum Master with ability to run either co-located or cross-located international teams, one or two teams simultaneously.
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Oleksiy Padenok

Ex-Senior manager who decided to dive deep into Agile world. Experienced Scrum Master with ability to run either co-located or cross-located international teams, one or two teams simultaneously.

Oleksiy was involved to the Company Agile transformation.

Certified SAFe 4 Program Consultant (Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) change agent), Certified Business Facilitator. More than 20 years in software development.

Dmitriy Kondratenko
Agile Coach at Competera, Team lead, Data Delivery team The entire culture of Competera is based on the transparency of the OKR. I have been working as the Agile Coach for 4 years and I have experienced the complexity of implementing this framework, the difficulties of cross-team interaction and motivation. In addition, the company employs […]
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Dmitriy Kondratenko

Agile Coach at Competera, Team lead, Data Delivery team

The entire culture of Competera is based on the transparency of the OKR. I have been working as the Agile Coach for 4 years and I have experienced the complexity of implementing this framework, the difficulties of cross-team interaction and motivation.

In addition, the company employs diverse teams (development, marketing, sales, customer support), and each of them has to adapt Agile very individually. Now some teams have pure scrum, a few have kanban, and sometimes guys practice extreme and pair programming.

https://competera.net
Sergey Prokhorenko

Head of Agile Practice, Luxoft

I combine Agile coach and trainer role with management of international team of modern project management practices consultants.

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Sergey Prokhorenko

Head of Agile Practice, Luxoft

I combine Agile coach and trainer role with management of international team of modern project management practices consultants. My goal is to help our clients in their digital workplace transformation and building sustainable business value discovery and delivery processes with clear business outcomes.

Ramadass Prabhakar
Ramadass is an experienced technology leader who loves building high performing teams and has lead multiple cross functional and geographically dispersed teams that have excelled in innovation and sustained growth. He has lead organizations through agile transformations and built teams that accelerated new product launches and beat targets around user satisfaction, time to market and […]
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Ramadass Prabhakar

Ramadass is an experienced technology leader who loves building high performing teams and has lead multiple cross functional and geographically dispersed teams that have excelled in innovation and sustained growth. He has lead organizations through agile transformations and built teams that accelerated new product launches and beat targets around user satisfaction, time to market and user adoption both in SaaS and premise based software.

With a passion for building and launching new products, Ramadass is at his best when scaling ideas into new business opportunities. He has experience leading Engineering, U/X, Visual Design, Project Management and technical writing functions using a lean startup approach.

He is currently the VP of technology at Magento Commerce, the World’s #1 Commerce Platform, and leads the engineering organization that oversees both internal engineering teams and engages with a global community of more than 150,000 developers.

Vera Budean
Vera Budean is an expert in creating high performance culture for businesses, training consultant in international projects. Change management expert and trainer in intrinsic motivation and high performance tools at work. 10+ years of experience in consulting with leading international companies.
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Vera Budean
Vera Budean is an expert in creating high performance culture for businesses, training consultant in international projects. Change management expert and trainer in intrinsic motivation and high performance tools at work. 10+ years of experience in consulting with leading international companies.
Timofey Yevgrashyn
Director of Solutions Delivery, Dinarys GmbH (Germany) Agile Coach and Trainer, AgileLAB.org An experienced Agile thinker with project management, consulting, coaching and training expertise. His personal experience in IT industry is since 1997, from which more than 15 years he had been managing effective software teams with Agile methods. Over the decade, he is sharing […]
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Timofey Yevgrashyn

Director of Solutions Delivery, Dinarys GmbH (Germany)

Agile Coach and Trainer, AgileLAB.org

An experienced Agile thinker with project management, consulting, coaching and training expertise.

His personal experience in IT industry is since 1997, from which more than 15 years he had been managing effective software teams with Agile methods.

Over the decade, he is sharing the knowledge and experience as a Trainer, Agile Coach, and Consultant. Proven track record of launching and leading Agile/Lean transformations that lead to aligning delivery with business goals. Has helped to more than 70 teams from over 10 countries and done over 4000 hours of trainings and consulting.

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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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.

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.

Pavlo Pedenko

Product Manager, Setapp

Setapp is a product of MacPaw, Ukrainian product company. It is the Best Consumer Product of The Year 2017 according to Product Hunt Kitty Awards.

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Pavlo Pedenko

Product Manager, Setapp

Setapp is a product of MacPaw, Ukrainian product company. It is the Best Consumer Product of The Year 2017 according to Product Hunt Kitty Awards.

Pavlo Pedenko was also a co-organizer of a series of product manager meetups in Kyiv called ProductTank Kyiv and a series of Product Hunt meetups. He also organized Media Hack Weekend, the biggest hackaton in Ukraine and eastern Europe, twice.

Sergey Konischev

Agile coach at Scrumguides and MacPaw

Sergey has been working as an Agile coach since 2014; since 2017, he works in this role at Scrumguides and MacPaw.

Scrumguides, Kyiv, is focused on organizational changes based on Agile, Lean and system thinking.

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Sergey Konischev

Agile coach at Scrumguides and MacPaw

Sergey has been working as an Agile coach since 2014; since 2017, he works in this role at Scrumguides and MacPaw.

Scrumguides, Kyiv, is focused on organizational changes based on Agile, Lean and system thinking.

MacPaw is a Ukrainian product company developing cool products for Mac users (such as CleanMyMac, Setapp, and Gemini).

Andrey Melnikov

Software Development manager at Materialise (http://www.materialise.com/) company. Certified PMP and PSM (Professional Scrum Master).

I have 11+ years of commercial experience in the field of software development, last 8 years acting on different management positions.

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Andrey Melnikov

Software Development manager at Materialise (http://www.materialise.com/) company. Certified PMP and PSM (Professional Scrum Master).

I have 11+ years of commercial experience in the field of software development, last 8 years acting on different management positions. My responsibility is to enforce usage of relevant modern development processes and constantly improve them, provide our Customers with creative and flexible approaches and solutions to perfectly fit their needs. Active conference speaker on various IT events and contributor to Kyiv Project Management Community. PMI and Agile Alliance member.

More details on linkedin.com/in/aamelnikov

Mikael Gronlund

Mikael Gronlund is working as a dedicated Agile Coach at Tobii, a world leading company in eye tracking, were he faces agile challenges on daily basis in both software and hardware teams.

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Mikael Gronlund

Mikael Gronlund is working as a dedicated Agile Coach at Tobii, a world leading company in eye tracking, were he faces agile challenges on daily basis in both software and hardware teams.

For the last 7 years he has been alternating between roles such as site manager, scrum master and scrum product owner. Before that he worked as a developer for more than 20 years, and have both succeeded and failed in several different methodologies.

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Speaker: Vera Budean

Stage: Workshop stage

Theme: PLAY: новый уровень результатов через драйв и удовольствие

Воркшоп поможет открыть новые подходы к увеличению продуктивности и получать больше удовольствия от рабочих задач.

В любой работе есть часть, которую мы делаем с удовольствием и получаем хорошие результаты, а есть “ложка дегтя” - те задачи и рабочие аспекты, которые никто не любит (продажи, скучные митинги, раздражающие коллеги, написание отчетов, список можно продолжать). Ключевой фактор, который их определяет и разрушает результаты – это стресс и скука.

PLAY (энергия игры) это о том, что когда вы умеете получать удовольствие от любого процесса, результаты и их качество увеличиваются, появляется легкость, возрастает число нестандартных решений и инноваций.

Есть 4 базовых элемента, которые позволяют превратить любое занятие в игру, и через их применение вы развиваете способность превращать напряжение и скуку в драйв и удовольствие.

Этот воркшоп про эффективное отношение к работе: как получать больше результатов не через “как больше себя заставить”, а научиться включать интерес и удовольствие в важные аспекты в работе, влияющие на эффективность.

На воркшопе участники освоят конкретную модель по применению элементов игры в работу, узнают как наполнить энергией скучные и неприятные рабочие дела, привносить инновации для решения сложных задач и бизнес проектов.

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Speaker: Кирилл Бараношник

Stage: Workshop stage

Theme: Создание продукта от видения до Бэклога

Воркшоп для Продакт Оунеров: создание продукта от Видения до Бэклога - это теория и ряд упражнений, выполняя которые одно за другим наша группа научится создавать настоящий рабочий и достаточно прозрачный Бэклог Продукта. В ходе воркшопа мы выполним разнообразные упражнения, которые помогают эффективно создавать Видение Продукта, производить генерацию персон, а также проводить стори мэппинг.

Такой воркшоп будет особенно полезен скрам-мастерам, продакт оунерам, тим лидам и прочим менеджерам. Уровень подготовки: для начинающих

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Speaker: Magdalena Firlit

Stage: Workshop Stage

Theme: Agile Leadership workshop

During the workshop participants will be experiencing and discussing the reason why they need to pursue organizational Agility. We will be also focusing on Agile Culture, Management, Leadership, delivering value, measuring outcomes and self-organization.

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Speaker: Magdalena Firlit

Stage: Expert Stage

Theme: Why we need Agile Leadership?

During this short talk I will be presenting why nowadays we need to accept the fact that our world constantly changes. In this unpredictable environment Strong Agile Leaders may support changes, organization culture and embrace delivering value.

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Speaker: Kate Terlecka

Stage: Main Stage

Theme: "Fix your business, culture will follow"

The market keeps talking about cultural change, that will help us be better at what we do. We have Scrum, teal organizations, holacracy, sociocracy, NVC and all other similar concepts. But is there anything all of those organizations have in common? It's good business. Let me introduce you to companies who changed their business and their culture followed. It is said that a good Product Owner can shape Scrum in a team, but not the other way around. Let's take a closer look at this phenomenon.

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Speaker: Sergey Konischev, Pavlo Pedenko

Stage: Expert Stage

Theme: Delivery vs. Innovation: How we’ve used one-day design sprints to improve Setapp Business

В конце 2017 года мы провели Setapp Labs Day - первый дизайн спринт в MacPaw. Дизайн спринт - это формат, предложенный Google Ventures, призванный помогать бизнесам быстрее достигать целей и ускорить обучаемость команды. Эта практика помогает развить клиент-центрированный подход и инновативность, сплочая команды вокруг общего видения. В рамках доклада, мы расскажем о проблеме, которую наша команда пыталась решить, о трудностях, которые возникли в процессе подготовки и проведения работы, а также о неожиданных результатах.

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