Bellevue
Developing your own Agile Games
Ralf Kruse and Andrea Tomasini 
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Developing your own Agile Games
Ralf Kruse and Andrea Tomasini 
Room: Bellevue
Track: Innovating beyond Core Scrum: The Bohemian Bear
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Summary: Learning through games is one of the most effective ways of acquiring new knowledge, and probably also of achieving a higher level of retention. 
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Room: Charlottenburg II
Agile Gamification: boosting team performance and software development practices using game elements
Davi Gabriel Da Silva
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Agile Gamification: boosting team performance and software development practices using game elements
Davi Gabriel Da Silva
Room: Room: Charlottenburg II
Track: Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall
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Summary: Session Type: Lecture
Level: Forming

Summary: Learn how to drive your team’s behavior, improve performance, and increase engagement using game elements!
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Room: Charlottenburg I
An Empirical Study into Culture and Self-organizing Teams - control is good, trust is better!
Hedi Buchner, Daniel Zappold
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An Empirical Study into Culture and Self-organizing Teams - control is good, trust is better!
Hedi Buchner, Daniel Zappold
Room: Room: Charlottenburg I
Track: Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall
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Summary: Session Type: Lecture
Level: Performing

Summary: This talk is about understanding the culture in agile organisations and presents tools, to understand your own organisation better.
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Room: Charlottenburg III
Game theory and techniques applied to create an agile product vision.
Luciana Silva, Charlles Pinon
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Game theory and techniques applied to create an agile product vision.
Luciana Silva, Charlles Pinon
Room: Room: Charlottenburg III
Track: Track: Scrum Principles: Changing the Status Quo

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Summary: Session Type: Workshop
Level: Norming

Summary: A project at play. Learn how Scrum projects can benefit from mixing games and agility to build an effective product vision.
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Room: Potsdam III
Scrum Newbies: A Fun Ride
Manuel Ochoa
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Scrum Newbies: A Fun Ride
Manuel Ochoa
Room: Room: Potsdam III
Track: Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps
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Summary: Session Type: Lecture
Level: Forming

Summary: This is a story about how we started a fun and energized journey in Scrum and what tools help us to do our work and jell as a team.
 
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Room: Tegel
Slicing User Stories
Arto Eskelinen
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Slicing User Stories
Arto Eskelinen
Room: Room: Tegel
Track: Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps
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Summary: Session Type: Workshop
Level: Performing

Summary: In this workshop we will practice (hands-on) a technique called "user story slicing".
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Room: Tiergarten I/II/III
Riding the Rocket ship: Optimizely's Agile Journey Blasts Off
Keith Nottonson
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Riding the Rocket ship: Optimizely's Agile Journey Blasts Off
Keith Nottonson
Room: Room: Tiergarten I/II/III
Track: Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps
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Summary: Session Type: Lecture
Level: Norming

Summary: Learn how one fast growing startup decided to become Agile, using Scrum as the launch vehicle, and quickly lifted off and attained orbit.
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Room: Köpenick II/III
The Incredible Machine - Building a Hardware Product with Scrum
Bernd Krehoff
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The Incredible Machine - Building a Hardware Product with Scrum
Bernd Krehoff
Room: Room: Köpenick II/III
Track: Track: Thinking Outside the box

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Summary: Session Type: Lecture
Level: Norming

Summary: Ever wondered how to use Scrum for assembling a ton of steel, electronics and software into a machine for laboratory automation? We did it!
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