Role of scrum master in the world of disruptive technology

In today's world, disruptive technology is one that changes the way we think, behave or conduct business.

It uproots traditional thinking and alters the way we do business.

Disruptive technology is not just about innovation or new inventions but rather change in current customer experience. The business is going to be impacted by a disruptive technology that is around the corner.

Technological disrupters are on a disruptive trajectory, then they are direct threat to future business of incumbent. Because disruption can take time, incumbents frequently overlook disrupters. It is essential to understand path of disrupters and prepare to counter it.

Every one in the organization has a role to play to counter the disrupters, continue in path of sustained innovation or be a disrupter

It is essential to understand the role of the scrum master in this environment.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

  1. World of Disruptive technology
  2. Role of Scrum master
  3. Threat Awareness
    1. Accept/Adapt, defend, counter
  4. Upskilling scrum team
    1. Incremental learning
    2. Seeing thru prism of emergent technologies
  5. ROI
  6. Challenges
  7. Feedback Q/A

Learning Outcome

  • Be aware of threats and Opportunities of disruptive technologies
  • Learn how to be prepared the scrum teams

Target Audience

Scrum masters

Prerequisites for Attendees

Good understanding of Agile and incremental development.

schedule Submitted 7 months ago

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    Vamsi Krishna Kakkireni
    Scrum Master
    Pegasystems
    schedule 7 months ago
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