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    Creating Alignment for Agile Change

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    Geoff Schaadt
    Geoff Schaadt
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Sometimes people in organizations feel as though Agile has been pushed on them. They end up going through the motions, without any real sense of ownership of what they are doing. Instead of actually implementing meaningful changes, organizations end up doing "Agile in name only" by slapping Agile labels on existing processes. Then Agile is blamed for "not working". This isn't an Agile problem. It's an alignment and ownership problem. In this session, through theory and multiple real-world case studies, you'll learn how to co-create change by involving the people affected by the change in the design of the change.

     

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    Quels sont nos attentes envers les Scrum Masters?

    Jean-René Rousseau
    Jean-René Rousseau
    schedule 2 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Le rôle de Scrum Master, centrale à l’approche Scrum, est de plus en plus présent dans nos organisations. Pour certains il s’agit d’un rôle qui est confié à un membre de l’équipe. Pour d’autres il s’agit d’un métier à part entière qui apparaît sur leur carte d’affaires.  Parfois le Scrum Master est un analyste. D’autres fois il occupe aussi des fonctions de gestion de projet et dans certains cas le Scrum Master est un véritable agent de changement qui contribue à faire rayonner l’agilité dans l’organisation. On retrouve même des "Scrum Masters" qui ne font pas de Scrum!

    Au fil des années j'ai pu constater qu'effectivement il existe toute sorte de façon de jouer le rôle de Scrum Master et donc, souvent les attentes des dirigeants envers les Scrum Masters divergent d'un endroit à l'autre. Et vous, quels sont vos attentes envers les Scrum Masters ?

     

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    A Case Study: From Waterfall to Scaled Agile

    Annette Lee
    Annette Lee
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    At the end of 2012 engineering at Wind River began its agile journey. We started with a consultant and 2 pilot projects. By March 2013, we began to move all of our projects to Agile. That's 100s of people and many sites around the world all trying to implement agile and scrum simultaneously! Mayhem ensued. This is a story of how engineering at Wind River survived the chaos and where we are today. Drawing from this experience, there are lessons learned and learning to share.