What does a Lean-Agile delivery process look like? If you had to describe one, where would you start – “from the left”, with a backlog of work to plough through, or “from the right”, with needs met by working software? And does the difference in perspective matter?
What to build first? We ask this question when we configure both a brand new product or a new set of functionality in an existing one. How to define what is in and what is out? How not to miss something important? How to leave emotions and company politics out of MVP …
Love remote working but hate remote meetings? This session’s for you.Click for more information
We all want to work with a co-located team but the reality is more and more common for big companies to have distributed teams around the world or allowing their employees to work from home several days a week. Here’s my story of Scrum Mastering distributed teams.
Does creating change seem like a constant uphill struggle? Are you blocked by relentless resistance? Do you feel lost and alone in your efforts to create positive change? Join Portia Tung, Playmaker 001 and founder of The School of Play, in this highly interactive and fun introductory session to Playful Leadership.Click for more information
A very fun tryout session for novices and beginners. Have you ever wondered what ‘meditation’ is all about but didn’t want to be trapped into long uncomfortable sessions, or have to sit through ‘hippy trippy’ stuff?
Then this is for you – you get to sample a few different types of meditation, interpreted from …
This talk is about a true story of a start-up that reached Unicorn level. Then, they entered into another game – a growing and fierce competition rising, market forces and a complex and unknown business environment to tackle. At same time they are scaling in hyper growth!
It will be covered:
– how an …
‘Agile and Business Agility’ will be an exciting panel debate among four speakers speakers, in front of our live audience.Click for more information
Is your Scaled Agile working? Super energise Tribe and squads through trying on the travelling cloak.Click for more information
In this talk, I will tell you about how we went from domain name to wireframes to a registered society and an up-and-running website within just four months, serving an influx of 130,000 asylum seekers — vision, transparency, teamwork, iterations and the pull principle for Agile for Good!
Share the journey MOO has been on over the last 24 months, implementing the Spotify Model as it scaled, then evolving it further to meet our needs. I will share our organisational design, mistakes we made and how we are adapting again to overcome, highlighting we still have work to do. I …
As the Agile landscape has evolved, concurrently, so have the anti-patterns that Agile teams create, adopt and embed within their practice.
Over the last 17 years, the Agile Manifesto has has changed in the world of software development in terms of the business environments in which this development takes place and in terms …
Yes. Fun is mandatory when you learn. It can be even more fun when you teach. In this hands-on workshop learn how to break down silos and helps create cross-organisational products.
Join us for a fully interactive workshop where teams experience the pain of siloed working when trying to create a product together. This session has …
Aginext is first and foremost about creating a tight-knit community committed to advancing agile. That’s why workshops and break-time networking is as important as our speakers. This year, to help facilitate this all-important networking, we are experimenting with Speed Networking during our longer afternoon break on Day One. Just pop in and we will help …Click for more information
In this interactive workshop, Linda will look at the WHY and the HOW of being a manager who uses coaching alongside other leadership styles. There will be a number of short “buzz” sessions for delegates to practice some coaching techniques in pairs or small groups. Linda will share stories and examples from …
When we find ourselves in complex situations it’s common to fall back on the tried and trusted, however this may not always deliver the greatest value. During this session, we’ll use Cynefin as a lens to discuss how techniques including Hypothesis-Driven Development and The Mikado Method can help teams navigate the domain …
What if your engineering teams didn’t have to be static? What if you could form them, disband them or adapt their composition every 3 months? And people could pick what they work on?
Is it a recipe for disaster? Or would it give you the flexibility to work on what …
This talk walks you through our learnings of our four days a week remote work experiment: the good, the bad and the ugly.Click for more information
Are your retrospective meetings not helping teams to improve? Same actions every time, people skip them, find them boring, lack of energy in the room? This session provides ideas to recognize retrospective smells, debug your agile retrospectives, and find out when and why they aren’t working.
Let’s practice how to make retrospectives valuable again!
This Business Agility talk addresses how organisations can handle market pressure and opportunity. It covers:
Closing the gap between vision and execution
The ambidextrous organisation and portfolio management
Determining strategic fit with the vision
Mindset and ways of working
Reducing the delay between alignment effort, execution and ROI
Governance, execution and enablers.
Goal: To cover (or uncover) three common patterns during Agile adoption by organizations.
There are many common patterns I observed in organizations during implementing Agile mindset and Scrum framework. Let’s focus on three of them:
I observed many patterns that may lead to ineffective, frustrating Agile adoption:
1. No need for change or to re-organize.
Organisations are employing Agile Coaches on a permanent basis, yet how is this really helping change their Agile mindset? This talk is about what benefits the organisation the most when employing Organisational Agile coaches and whats the difference in all these titles anyway.
#Agile coaching #Agile #coaching
“To know oneself is to study oneself in action with another person”.
This workshop offers insights for being successful at work, based on Eastern philosophies and martial arts, at the heart of which lies the right balance between reason and intuition.
Let’s try to connect the 80/20 rule and “not everybody likes to dance” rule together to have a better understanding of the problem.
Agile manifesto was created to help with a big problem that was present in software community: amount of projects that failed.
Over fifteen years later we have strong Agile communities that …
How do you visualize your task board? What is hanging around the team’s work space? What about color coding and legends? How easy it is to understand the information presented on your walls? And what about concepts such as OBEYA, 5S, information radiator? How can it help your team’s productivity?
When a Team member shows a toxic behaviour, how the Team reacts to it? Can we educate the team and help them as a System to overcome these challenges? As a Scrum Master or a Coach, our main mission is to help out teams to be their better selves.
By the end of this workshop, you …
Similar to a sprint review, in this open forum, let’s regroup to review and discuss the past two days of the conference.
What have you learnt? What conversations have you had? What can you share?
Also, suppose we have a team backlog. What changes should be made to the backlog so we can deliver value to the …