10:30 – 11:00
Morning Break
11:00 – 12:30
Keynote- Dan Mezick
13:30 – 15:00
90 Minute Sessions
12:30 – 13:30
Lunch
15:00 – 15:30
PM Break
15:30 – 17:00
90 Minute Sessions
17:00 - 18:00
RippleRock Happy Hour
9:00 – 9:45
45 Minute Sessions (some sessions 30 min)
9:45 – 10:30
45 Minute Sessions
6:30 - 9:00
Breakfast - Hotel Guest ONLY
Paris Foyer
Morning Break
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Morning Break
Room: Paris Foyer
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Summary: Tuesday Breaks are sponsored by 

The same breaks will be served in all (3) rooms.
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Bagatelle & Auteuil
Keynote- Open Agile Adoption
Dan Mezick
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Keynote- Open Agile Adoption
Dan Mezick
Room: Bagatelle & Auteuil
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Summary: Tuesday Keynote sponsored by 

The Agile journey may be best characterized as a tribal rite of passage. Those who are taking the next step always do so as a group. During the journey, all the participants share the same basic status. Successful participants find themselves in a new and very unfamiliar place. And lastly, anyone who wants to complete the journey must also be willing to leave many things behind.

  • In tribal societies, passage rites from start to finish are led by a “master of ceremonies.”
  • Is the modern journey into Agile actually a passage rite… for modern tribes?
  • Is the ScrumMaster in fact the master of ceremonies in a modern rite of passage for teams and organizations?
In this session, together we explore the surprising answer. We also explore how to specifically leverage Open Space as a tool for helping to create authentic and lasting Agile adoptions.

http://www.scrumalliance.org/system/resource_files/0000/4246/DanMezick_CC_2.pngDaniel Mezick is an authority on culture, self-management, and self-organizing teams. An expert on culture design and business agility, Dan’s client list includes Zappos Insights, CIGNA Insurance, and hundreds of smaller organizations.

Applying Agile practices since 2006 and coaching teams and organizations since 2008, Daniel is the author of “The Culture Game: Tools for the Agile Manager.” Describing 16 proven patterns of group-learning behavior derived from Agile, the book also provides a proven way to spread these learning patterns throughout the wider culture of your entire organization.

Daniel is a founder and executive coach at www.FreeStandingAgility.com, a team of Agile coaches based in Boston, MA, U.S. He is also the founder of www.AgileBoston.org, one of the largest Agile user groups in the U.S.

You can reach Daniel by mail via dan@newtechusa.net, by phone at (203) 915-7248, on Twitter via @DanMezick, and on the web at www.DanielMezick.com.
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Room: Palais Royal
Kano AND Scrum = Learning
Nigel Baker
Session Details
Kano AND Scrum = Learning
Nigel Baker
Room: Room: Palais Royal
Track: Empower Agile Culture with others cultures, domains and approaches
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

Kano Analysis is a powerful and enlightening tool for Product Owners to identify which features enhance and which subtract from that most crucial of factors - Customer Satisfaction. It is my favourite prioritisation method by far.

But have you ever thought of applying Kano TO Scrum? Which parts of Scrum are exciting? Which are mandatory? What about Kanban? What about XP? In this workshop we will go all "meta" and apply the Kano technique to the famous Agile methods, and see what results come out!
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Bagatelle
Servant Leadership across cultures
Greg Hutchings
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Servant Leadership across cultures
Greg Hutchings
Room: Bagatelle
Track: Empower Agile Culture with other cultures, domains, and approaches
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Summary: This session is designed to help executive, senior, and mid-level management learn how to become more effective, better appreciated and happier in their changing roles in agile organizations. It is also intended to help you as a servant leader, management coach or sponsor to help managers who you know (or may even work for) to become more agile and better to work with.
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Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Art & Agile, Scrum & Sketching
Dov Tsal Sela
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Art & Agile, Scrum & Sketching
Dov Tsal Sela
Room: Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Track: Applying an Agile Culture in other domains than IT
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Summary: Type: Lecture/Workshop
Track: ♥♥♥

Understanding and practicing Agility and its implementations by a different viewpoint
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Room: Pereire
The Agile Girl Scouts
Dave Prior, Karen Prior
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The Agile Girl Scouts
Dave Prior, Karen Prior
Room: Room: Pereire
Track: Applying an Agile Culture in other domains than IT
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Summary: Type: Lecture
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The lecture will present our experience of introducing Agile practices and adapting Certified ScrumMaster training so that it can be used to help transform a troop of Girl Scouts from Oklahoma into a troop of Agile practitioners. We will explain the step-by-step process we went through in introducing the concepts, the challenges we experienced in adapting the material and games, how it impacted the members of the troop. One of the presenters is a Certified Scrum Trainer and the other is a Girl Scout leader. The ages of the kids involved range from 13 to 17.
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Room: Auteuil
Scrum meets Management 3.0 - how to apply the latest management ideas to strengthen Scrum
Arne Åhlander
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Scrum meets Management 3.0 - how to apply the latest management ideas to strengthen Scrum
Arne Åhlander
Room: Room: Auteuil
Track: Empower Agile Culture with others cultures, domains and approaches
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

Many Scrum implementations suffer from poor management understanding and support. In this presentation you will learn how ideas and practices from Management 3.0 can be used and applied to strengthen Scrum.

We will take a look at how the six views views on organizations from Management 3.0 (energize people, empowering teams, align constraints, develop competence, grow structure and improve everything) can be used to deliberately strengthen a Scrum implementation.
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Room: Vendome
The Ups and Downs of Cultural Diversity
Glenn Smith
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The Ups and Downs of Cultural Diversity
Glenn Smith
Room: Room: Vendome
Track: Managing Multicultural Organizations
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Summary: Type: Workshop
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Cultural Diversity can sometimes be seen as a negative, but it has the power to take teams and projects to places never thought possible. This hands-on workshop will allow you to explore Culture Diversity, working through the benefits and hindrances it can bring to a project. Cultural Diversity occurs in all teams, not just those spread across the world. You will investigate how to unlock the diversity within your teams and leave with practical ideas to facilitate a similar session with your own teams after the conference.
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Room: Luxembourg
What Organisational Culture am I working with and how Agile is it?
Rowan Bunning
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What Organisational Culture am I working with and how Agile is it?
Rowan Bunning
Room: Room: Luxembourg
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

You may have heard that Agile is a certain culture. If you have ever experienced friction between Scrum and your organisation's dominant corporate culture, this is the session for you.

Organisational psychologist William E. Schneider groups organisational cultures into four types. Which is your organisation and what does that mean? We will answer that in this session. We will also identify which cultures Scrum and Agile most closely represent.  This session will raise your awareness of the challenges and opportunities your organisation has in embracing Scrum as a vehicle for cultural change.
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Room: Monceau
Worlds Apart in One Team – Exploring Intercultural Agility
Nicole Belilos, Jenni Jepsen
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Worlds Apart in One Team – Exploring Intercultural Agility
Nicole Belilos, Jenni Jepsen
Room: Room: Monceau
Track: Managing Multicultural Organizations
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Summary: Type: Workshop
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Our world is getting smaller and we face cultural differences everyday. Our Agile teams have members from all parts of the world. Sometimes co-located, often not. But are we really prepared for working in this global world? Do we know how to interact? Do we understand the values that drive our colleagues?
In this session, we explore cultural differences and how they affect the way we work. Through role-playing, you will experience other cultures and their effect on you. You will act out common challenges multicultural teams face.

Come and play and learn about cultures and about yourself!
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Pont Neuf/ Pont des Arts/ Arc en Ciel
Lunch
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Lunch
Room: Pont Neuf/ Pont des Arts/ Arc en Ciel
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Summary: The same lunch will be served in all (3) rooms.
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Paris Foyer
Afternoon Break
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Afternoon Break
Room: Paris Foyer
Track:
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Summary: Tuesday Breaks are sponsored by 

The same breaks will be served in all (3) rooms.
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Room: Vendome
Behaviour Driven Culture Transition with Pick A Deck
Olivier Lafontan
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Behaviour Driven Culture Transition with Pick A Deck
Olivier Lafontan
Room: Room: Vendome
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

Want to change your culture? Describe your target behaviours in the form of failing tests, distribute these tests to people and teams, wait for them to find a way to implement the behaviours, share the solutions with everyone, improve these behaviours... Pick A Deck is an online tool which allows your organisation and teams to do just that, come and try it!
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Room: Monceau
Learn different leadership styles with Star Wars Coaches
Bruno Sbille
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Learn different leadership styles with Star Wars Coaches
Bruno Sbille
Room: Room: Monceau
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
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Summary: Type: Workshop
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If you are part of a self-organized team, how can leadership styles and management styles be an asset to you?
Do you want to discover, great collaboration techniques that are usually only taught to managers?
First, based on movie extracts of the epic Star Wars, we will discover different styles. Then, through intensive role play, you will learn, through practice, how to use these styles and how to use them appropriately according to a person and a context.

Although popcorn won't be served, you'll have the occasion to be the actors of this session! You will be coached by Yoda and Darth Vador.
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Room: Luxembourg
Managing Multicultural Organizations
Raj Mudhar, Catherine Louis
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Managing Multicultural Organizations
Raj Mudhar, Catherine Louis
Room: Room: Luxembourg
Track: Managing Multicultural Organizations
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

In large global organizations where the size of the product exceeds what a single Scrum team can deliver, we think through the best way to organize teams and work. In this hands-on workshop, we navigate through the process of developing & assessing large organizations using Lego. Unlike traditional paper-based “box and line” org charts, these models are physical, are built collaboratively, and provide insights into the psychology of the organization and its people. At Agile2012, this session was standing-room-only! Read about it on InfoQ here: http://tiny.cc/bs1duw
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Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Scrum Team that Harmonizes
Robie Wood, Jody Wood
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Scrum Team that Harmonizes
Robie Wood, Jody Wood
Room: Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Track: Empower Agile Culture with others cultures, domains and approaches
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

How can we positively charge and orient Scrum Team members toward effective participation in the conversations, activities and innovation necessary to deliver business value? Let's get team members to Harmonize. To maintain team Harmony, we can draw on examples from the Arts where Harmony is sustained by using improvisation to adapt to changing complexity. The "Scrum Team that Harmonizes" workshop employs improvisation exercises from the Acting world that are designed to work on the specific skills needed by team members to perform effectively in each of the four types of Scrum Meetings.
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Room: Bagatelle
Inner Innovation: Personal Growth for Agile People
Peter Moreno
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Inner Innovation: Personal Growth for Agile People
Peter Moreno
Room: Room: Bagatelle
Track: Empower Agile Culture with others cultures, domains, and approaches
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Summary: Type: Workshop
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"Who are you?" is the question I received in the last Play4Agile event in Germany during my enlightening talk. While answering this question I noticed how important is to start sharing with my fellow Scrummers my personal growth journey. The Inner Innovation program started during one of our sprint planning meetings at the AGFA HealthCare R&D Center in Gent, Belgium. I would like to share the energy, insights, and the key concepts and techniques of this program with the Scrum community. Inner Innovation is an opportunity to grow in consciousness, self-awareness, and self-confidence.
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Room: Pereire
Shifting Culture from "Us and Them" to "How can we help?"
Tom Howlett
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Shifting Culture from "Us and Them" to "How can we help?"
Tom Howlett
Room: Room: Pereire
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

"Us and Them" culture is deeply engrained in our organisations and can easily derail our efforts to become Agile by hindering cross functional collaboration. If we are to deliver software effectively we must find ways that change the mindset from one of blame to one where fellowship is the norm. This practical workshop explores ways to initiate this mindset shift. We'll learn how to lay the foundations by building mutual respect with listening and empathy and progress to understanding each others needs and collaborating with ease.
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Room: Auteuil
Trust: A crucial ingredient for being successful with Scrum
Dr. Sallyann Freudenberg, Ken Clyne
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Trust: A crucial ingredient for being successful with Scrum
Dr. Sallyann Freudenberg, Ken Clyne
Room: Room: Auteuil
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: All levels

Trust is absolutely key to an Agile culture.

Without trust we lack transparency and honesty, and it is very hard for us to be courageous.
Here we look at some background on what Trust means and then consider how we can build trust and what inhibits it.

We will also share common themes in our previous findings on the subject of trust.
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Palais Royal
Understanding team dynamics by understanding the brain
Jukka Lindstrom
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Understanding team dynamics by understanding the brain
Jukka Lindstrom
Room: Palais Royal
Track: Empower Agile Culture with other cultures, domains, and approaches
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Summary: There are team situations where everything just seems to flow well and othes where things suddenly fall apart. What makes these situations different? The social aspects of the brain have a huge influence on how teams work.

In this workshop we explore different team situations that are brain-friendly and others which are not, so that we can start to understand the team dynamics from the brain's perspective. By joining this workshop you get concrete ideas on what to pay attention to when working with teams that will help the team to be much more effective.
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Pont Neuf & Pont Des Arts
RippleRock Happy Hour
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RippleRock Happy Hour
Room: Pont Neuf & Pont Des Arts
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Summary: Drop by for a drink and meet friends from your Happy Hour sponsor - RippleRock. They have a fun activity planned and a prize to be won!
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Room: Vendome/Palais Royal
Agile in a Beauty Salon, it is possible!
Pavel Dabrytski
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Agile in a Beauty Salon, it is possible!
Pavel Dabrytski
Room: Room: Vendome/Palais Royal
Track: Applying an Agile Culture in other domains than IT
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Summary: Type: Lecture
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Have you ever thought about an Agile Beauty Salon? I did. This session is based on more than 2 years of experience in applying Agile techniques outside of IT. The essence of success is in 5 things you need to consider upfront. And these 5 principles are applicable to any domain: Logistics, Publishing, Teaching, IT and even the Beauty Industry! After the session you will have better understanding on how to start your project. Or maybe, you will finally understand what went wrong applying agile in your project and how to reboot it now.

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Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
Agile Yes, but Why?
Klaus Bucka-Lassen
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Agile Yes, but Why?
Klaus Bucka-Lassen
Room: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
Track: Room: Luxembourg
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Summary: Type: Workshop
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According to the most recent "State of Agile Survey" 83% of the respondents plan to implement agile in future projects. But do they understand why? Does the management understand why Agile is an answer to the ever increasingly complex challenges we are confronted with? Do they understand why centralized command and control most probably will not work? This interactive talk will provide you with arguments and tools that will help you convince people - for instance, your boss - why Agile is not just a hype.
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Room: Monceau
Badgile**
Leon-Cosmin Lupu
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Badgile**
Leon-Cosmin Lupu
Room: Room: Monceau
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
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Summary: Type: Lecture
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Transform the long journey of Agile adoption and perfection at corporation level into an exciting game of pride.
Agile techniques introduction has its ups and downs and is particularly difficult when attempted on large scale. How are we keeping it alive in Alcatel-Lucent Romania with a limited number of coaches and with a scrum master community that is still learning and finding its ways?
Get to know our intricated “Agile badge game” – teams being pushed beyond their limits by curiosity, secrecy and pride in a smart schema of levels, and gradual unlock of challenges and lock of reputation.
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Room: Auteuil
Effects-driven Scrum development using Business Impact Maps**
Sara Lerén
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Effects-driven Scrum development using Business Impact Maps**
Sara Lerén
Room: Room: Auteuil
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
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Summary: Type: Lecture
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Well-functioning Scrum teams are generally quite good at delivering working software, but that does not necessarily mean that they deliver optimal business value. A more business oriented culture can be created by focusing on end-user needs and the effects needed to satisfy them. Business impact maps with measurable effect goals is a light weight tool for visualizing the business needs and creating a common vision. In this presentation you’ll learn how to make great use of Business impact maps in Scrum development.
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Room: Pereire
Financial Services Agile Adoption Clinic. Lessons learned from leading Agile adoption in the UK’s biggest banking groups.**
Adrian Potter
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Financial Services Agile Adoption Clinic. Lessons learned from leading Agile adoption in the UK’s biggest banking groups.**
Adrian Potter
Room: Room: Pereire
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

Over the last 18 months Adrian Potter has had the privilege of supporting two of the UK’s leading banking groups in their adoption of Agile. Both clients operate in the same market, had similar cultures and faced similar challenges, only one client succeeded. In this clinic Adrian will briefly present two case studies, giving real examples of enabling and blocking behaviours. Attendees will learn from his experience and be able to apply to their own future agile adoption challenges.
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Room: Bagatelle
Learning from Agile: Towards New Product Subscription Landscape on Cloud**
Priyanka Pundhir
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Learning from Agile: Towards New Product Subscription Landscape on Cloud**
Priyanka Pundhir
Room: Room: Bagatelle
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Lecture
Track: ♥♥

Modern IT Product organizations are rapidly moving towards the Cloud, extrapolating learning from Agile to extend their product portfolio on the Cloud can be their main differentiator. In this complex landscape, foundations of Agile: quick learning and turn around time, collaboration and reinvention can become the building blocks of their success in Cloud. To be early adopters of Cloud, it is essential to innovate a "Customer-Centric" Cloud product subscription models. This presentation elaborates how Agile can help IT organizations to create customer-centric product subscription model on cloud
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Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Test Automation Strategy and Practices for Scrum Projects**
Eliane Collins
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Test Automation Strategy and Practices for Scrum Projects**
Eliane Collins
Room: Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Lecture
Track: ♥♥♥

According to Global Survey in test automation, just 15% of companies in EUA automate regression tests and 56% can’t maintain the test automation even using testing tools. It can also be seen in many companies around the world. Where these companies are missing? This paper answers this question through some observations in industrial projects that shows that test automation is more than use of tools but requires planning, effort, procedures, team collaboration and agile values to be well succeeded in projects that use Scrum.Results and best practices will be discussed in this presentation
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Room: Monceau
Hypnosis, Agility, and Creativity
Irwin Fletcher, Stephen McAinsh
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Hypnosis, Agility, and Creativity
Irwin Fletcher, Stephen McAinsh
Room: Room: Monceau
Track: Empower Agile Culture with others cultures, domains and approaches
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: All levels

Abstract: Agile success is founded on people and interactions. This presentation will give you five techniques, adapted from clinical hypnosis, that have proven successful in the Agile process, including project visioning and goal setting, improved team communication and business collaboration as well as advancing team retrospectives and reviews.

Presented and facilitated by Irwin Fletcher and Stephen McAinsh, who have both led agile transformations in the public and private sectors. Irwin is also a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist and NLP Business Change Practitioner.
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Room: Luxembourg
Agile Devil's Workshop: Lessons in Killing Agility
Madhur Kathuria
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Agile Devil's Workshop: Lessons in Killing Agility
Madhur Kathuria
Room: Room: Luxembourg
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
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Summary: Type: Workshop
Track: ♥♥

Patterned on the lines of the book "Agile Devils Lesson," this workshop is a hands-on workshop for the participants on identifying Agile Myths and AgileSmells and how to tackle them. This includes Focus on processes and behaviors. The description provided as a narrative from the Agile Devil provides more details about the session.
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Room: Auteuil
Step Away From the Waterfall: You Really Can Use Agile on ERP Projects
Jason Fair
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Step Away From the Waterfall: You Really Can Use Agile on ERP Projects
Jason Fair
Room: Room: Auteuil
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Lecture
Track:

Have you ever wondered how to deliver your project quicker and realize business value sooner from your ERP implementations?

Have you ever wondered how to improve efficiency and productivity of your existing ERP teams, doing "more with less" in today’s economy?

Consideration of Lean concepts and Agile techniques to accelerate the time to delivery and the realization of benefits is becoming more prevalent. Project Managers are challenging the ways of traditional waterfall ERP implementations and are seeking new approaches.

This discussion provides an overview to Lean and Agile ERP Projects.
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Room: Pereire
Deconstructing Agile: The Madness Behind The Methods
Daniel Gullo
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Deconstructing Agile: The Madness Behind The Methods
Daniel Gullo
Room: Room: Pereire
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
Session Type:
Summary: Type: -
Track: ♥♥♥

The concepts presented in this class have been presented hundreds of times and will be tailored to the 90-minute timebox. There will be an introduction and overview, discussion of numerous topics with questions interspersed, a summary including the importance of seeing the bigger picture beyond just the practices, followed by Q&A at the end.

A fundamental knowledge of Agile Values and Principles Knowledge of common Agile frameworks such as Kanban, Scrum, etc. would be helpful.
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Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Essential Scrum Developer Practices
David Bernstein
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Essential Scrum Developer Practices
David Bernstein
Room: Room: Trocadero/Tuileries
Track: Emerging Agile Culture
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Lecture
Track: ♥♥

Building software in sprints requires different skills from those used in traditional software development. When done correctly, Scrum and the practices of Extreme Programming (XP), such as continuous integration, pair programming, emergent design, test driven development, and refactoring let development teams build quality software more rapidly and with fewer defects. In this session, we look at the key developer practices for successfully implementing Scrum, why they work, and how to use them effectively.
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Room: Bagatelle
Reduce risk and increase buy-in with non-technology Scrum adoptions
Anthony Montgomery, Jeff Davis
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Reduce risk and increase buy-in with non-technology Scrum adoptions
Anthony Montgomery, Jeff Davis
Room: Room: Bagatelle
Track: Applying an Agile Culture in other domains than IT
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Lecture
Track: ♥♥

How can you reduce your risk during an enterprise Agile adoption? The key is focusing on parallel implementations in domains other than IT. Work teams beyond software development can significantly benefit from the Scrum framework in their operational efforts, and these efforts serve to create shared understanding, buy-in and collaboration during enterprise agile adoption. Scrum in these non-IT areas yield a familiar way for the business teams to function and interface with technology. Moreover, these non-IT teams experienced the productivity gains and became believers in the Scrum framework.
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Room: Vendome/Palais Royal
To Be SNIPer
Daniel Teng
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To Be SNIPer
Daniel Teng
Room: Room: Vendome/Palais Royal
Track: Expanding an Agile Culture in a Complex World
Session Type:
Summary: Type: Lecture
Track: ♥♥

If you give kids broccoli and tell them it is good for their health. Most likely, you will still get a no. Little kids don't care about being healthy. Broccoli principles applies to Agile adoption as well. Simply telling and pushing new ideas and practices don't help very much because it is about changing people's mindset and way of thinking. One key factor for sustainable adoption is to light the desire to learn, from individual, team, to organization level. Rather than being pushed a lot of ideas, teams will come for help and guidance, to pull idea from coach then apply in their context.
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Pont Neuf & Pont Des Arts
Breakfast - Hotel Guest ONLY
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Breakfast - Hotel Guest ONLY
Room: Pont Neuf & Pont Des Arts
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Summary: Breakfast is included for those who have booked through the Conference Reservation system staying at the host hotel, Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile. Breakfast will be served in the Pont Neuf & Pont des Arts, located on Level 1 and is open from 6:30 - 9:00am. Attendees not staying at the Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile are welcome to enjoy breakfast as an additional cost.
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