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Ralph van Roosmalen

Опубликовано: 03.02.2020 в 14:39


Категории: speakersEN18

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.

Anton Kapitanenko

Опубликовано: 03.02.2020 в 14:30


Категории: speakersEN18

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)

Alexander Scheinerman

Опубликовано: 03.02.2020 в 13:24


Категории: speakersEN18

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.

Ahmet Akdag

Опубликовано: 31.01.2020 в 16:22


Категории: speakersEN18

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

Andrii Melnykov. Agile transformation: breaking corporate silos

Опубликовано: 14.03.2019 в 03:36


Категории: themes18EN

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.

Ярослав Новоселов. Практические аспекты использования Scrum with Kanban

Опубликовано: 09.03.2019 в 00:00


Категории: themes18EN

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.

Александр Рейзер, Богдан Мисюра. Наше непростое путешествие: от Классического Старта до Аджайл Релиза

Опубликовано: 08.03.2019 в 03:27


Категории: themes18EN

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.

Ángel Díaz-Maroto. What’s next after Agile? Organizational Resilience

Опубликовано: 07.03.2019 в 23:11


Категории: themes18EN

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.

Evgeniy Labunskiy. System thinking in Agile transformations

Опубликовано: 06.03.2019 в 16:11


Категории: themes18EN

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.