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14:00 - 14:15
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15:00 - 15:30
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17:45 - 21:00
Monday Mingle
9:00 - 10:30
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7:00 - 9:00
Exhibition Hall Open
7:30 - 9:00
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8:00 - 17:00
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Oceana 3-5
Agile HR – Your Secret to Enterprise Agility
Fabiola Eyholzer
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Agile HR – Your Secret to Enterprise Agility
Fabiola Eyholzer
Room: Oceana 3-5
Track: Agile Galaxy [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: People are the heart & soul of Agile. Let’s turn your Human Resources into Agile People Operations to boost your enterprise agility.
Learning Objects: Discover why and how HR can massively boost your Enterprise Agility and benefit from stories and examples of Agile People practices.
Java Sea
Help! My Product Owner is Captain “Wrong Way” Peachfuzz!
Dave Limbaugh
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Help! My Product Owner is Captain “Wrong Way” Peachfuzz!
Dave Limbaugh
Room: Java Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: How to tell if your Product Owner is steering your project towards disaster, and what to do about it.
Learning Objects:
  • Practices to find out if your Product Owner is steering your project on a collision course.
  • Actions to take if he/she is.
  • Sharpening your ability to listen beyond what team members say.
Timor Sea
Helping Others Take Ownership of Resolving Conflict
Tricia Broderick
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Helping Others Take Ownership of Resolving Conflict
Tricia Broderick
Room: Timor Sea
Track: Agile Galaxy [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Join me to step through a real leadership example of helping a developer WANT to resolve his conflict directly by leveraging his curiosity.
Learning Objects: Apply double loop learning framework as a series of powerful questions to promote conflict ownership.
Oceana 1-2
It Was a Dark & Stormy Sprint – Tell Us a Scrum Team Story
Laura M. Powers
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It Was a Dark & Stormy Sprint – Tell Us a Scrum Team Story
Laura M. Powers
Room: Oceana 1-2
Track: Orbiting the Earth [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Learn to craft and tell compelling business stories that bring your workplace culture to life and capture the grit and glory of your team.
Learning Objects:
  • List benefits of using business storytelling on scrum teams
  • Distinguish between a "user" story and a business story
  • Describe the key elements and a simple model (formula) for effective business story telling
  • Choose specific events and situations in each participant's current work to experiment with business story telling
  • Draft a personal inventory of scrum business stories to create and use on the job
  • Practice telling a business story in the session
Coral Sea
Orbiting Our Values: How do we adhere to Scrum in an Outsourcing, Offshore model?
Rebecca Barrilleaux
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Orbiting Our Values: How do we adhere to Scrum in an Outsourcing, Offshore model?
Rebecca Barrilleaux
Room: Coral Sea
Track: Orbiting the Earth [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: How do our Scrum values of Focus, Openness, Courage, Commitment, and Respect hold up in an offshore model?
Learning Objects: After this session, attendees should have concrete tips for how to ensure their outsourced Scrum teams can be happier and more productive within the Scrum model.
Pacifica 1-2
Pin the tail on the metric
Steven Martin
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Pin the tail on the metric
Steven Martin
Room: Pacifica 1-2
Track: Orbiting the Earth [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Do metrics right. Come learn an approach to identify what data you need to help you make more informed forward looking decisions.
Learning Objects: In this interactive session, attendees will: - Gain understanding of what good metrics are versus bad metrics - Learn how to run the Pin the Tail on the Metric exercise to identify metrics to use - Gain insights on data used in the decision making processes, such as sprint reviews and governance The intent is for attendees to have practical ideas they can apply right away back at their organization to help them gather the right empirical data to make better forward-looking decisions.
Banda Sea
Three . . Two . .One. . .WAIT!?! Making sure we deliver “The Right Stuff” and fully tested quality code!
Paul Carter, Michael Collier
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Three . . Two . .One. . .WAIT!?! Making sure we deliver “The Right Stuff” and fully tested quality code!
Paul Carter, Michael Collier
Room: Banda Sea
Track: Mission Control [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: You thought you understood what the PO wanted, well maybe not! You’ve written Unit Tests but you missed that one they wanted!
Learning Objects:
  • Ask the right questions to understand your customer’s vision
  • Mapping Back log tests to Unit Tests so we test what our customer is really looking for
  • Effectively naming Unit tests to make everyone’s life easier
  • Team pairing as a tool for collaboration on test coverage
  • Understand the Red – Green – Refactor concept for writing clean code
Pacifica 3-5
Three Things You Must Know to Transform Any Sized Organization into an Agile Enterprise
Mike Cottmeyer
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Three Things You Must Know to Transform Any Sized Organization into an Agile Enterprise
Mike Cottmeyer
Room: Pacifica 3-5
Track: Agile Galaxy [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: To transform any organization into an agile enterprise there are only 3 things you need to know.. Teams, backlogs & working tested software.
Learning Objects:
  • The importance of cross-functional teams, why common patterns for forming teams fail & patterns for successfully forming teams
  • Strategies for reducing dependencies between teams over time
  • Common failure patterns for creating backlogs & patterns for creating solid backlogs
  • What it means to create a working, tested, increment at the end of every sprint, release or PI
  • How making progress supports solid delivery metrics, increases predictability & earns trust over time
Oceana 3-5
“Saved by Scrum”: A 12-year-old’s view on Scrum at Home
Aaron Vadakkan, Manoj Vadakkan
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“Saved by Scrum”: A 12-year-old’s view on Scrum at Home
Aaron Vadakkan, Manoj Vadakkan
Room: Oceana 3-5
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: You’ve heard about Scrum at home;have you heard it from a 12-year-old? Join a father & son team to learn.
Learning Objects: Here are some of the topics that we will covering:
  • Scrum roles & meetings at home.
  • How can parents and kids work together in the upbringing of kids.
  • How to bring accountability where it belongs
  • How to make homework and home chores more fun than work.
  • How to reduce Scream time with Scrum!
  • Other tools that can improve your productivity at home.
Timor Sea
Create Influence, On Demand
Bernie Maloney
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Create Influence, On Demand
Bernie Maloney
Room: Timor Sea
Track: Orbiting the Earth [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Want Jedi like leadership? & success w/o a lightsabre? Learn how to Create Influence, On Demand and communicate 5x+ more effectively. 
Learning Objects: Participants will:
  • Amplify their ability to influence by quickly establishing Rapport
  • Understand How to use Rapport to Pace and Lead Teams and Individuals
  • Grasp the full power of Agile practices like standups, co-location and task boards, and how each leverages communication programming built-in to human beings
  • Practice building & breaking Rapport
  • Be able to immediately apply these techniques, even when constrained to no more than a telephone call
Oceana 1-2
Five Levels of Refinement
Hubert Smits
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Five Levels of Refinement
Hubert Smits
Room: Oceana 1-2
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: In 2006 I wrote the article "Five Levels of Planning" - this talk is about how planning is better replaced by continuous attention.
Learning Objects: The audience will walk away with an understanding of:
  • The risks of planning and estimating;
  • How refinement provides the mechanism of reaching a long term goal without pinning down people and decisions;
  • Why continuous refinement is essential in getting the best (best for market, best for engineering) product out in the shortest time;
  • How continuous refinement and inspection forms the basis of empiricism - finding the best solution in a complex situation.
Banda Sea
Fuel Your Product With High Octane Continuous Delivery
Erick Fleming
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Fuel Your Product With High Octane Continuous Delivery
Erick Fleming
Room: Banda Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Learn the fundamentals of Continuous Delivery and how to provide the ultimate level of feedback to project stakeholders. 
Learning Objects:
  • Gain working definitions of Continuous Delivery and its components
  • See practical examples of how Continuous Delivery can benefit teams and the products they build
  • Learn the necessary steps required to implement a Continuous Delivery approach
Coral Sea
Scrum is a debugger. Use it!
Geir Amsjo
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Scrum is a debugger. Use it!
Geir Amsjo
Room: Coral Sea
Track: Orbiting the Earth [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Organisations, like software, do have defects. Scrum is designed to surface problems, and it has useful means to deal with these problems.
Learning Objects: Learn how to take the next step and really start optimizing the whole organisation.
You will not get a full recipe for removing all kinds of impediments, but you will take away lots of ideas. Every organisation have to find their own way, and hopefully you will get inspiration for how to utilise Scrum for the benefit of the whole and find the necessary courage to challenge the Status Quo.
Pacifica 3-5
Overcome the Top 6 AntiPatterns of an Agile Adoption
David Hawks
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Overcome the Top 6 AntiPatterns of an Agile Adoption
David Hawks
Room: Pacifica 3-5
Track: Agile Galaxy [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Find out what is holding your organization back from achieving the full potential of agile. Start delivering the right features, faster.
Learning Objects:
  • Recognize 6 antipatterns holding your organization back from being truly agile
  • Realize how learning, short feedback cycles and developing a shared understanding allows teams to deliver more value
  • Understand the importance of limiting work in process and getting to done in order to shorten cycle time
Pacifica 1-2
Developing An Organization's Internal Agile Coaching Capability
Lyssa Adkins
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Developing An Organization's Internal Agile Coaching Capability
Lyssa Adkins
Room: Pacifica 1-2
Track: Agile Galaxy [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Want the the speed and innovation Agile promises? Build a solid internal Agile Coaching Capability.
Learning Objects: People leave this talk with their eyes opened to: - the business need for an internal agile coaching capability - the idea that developing an agile coaching capability is known and straightforward - developing agile coaches means developing their skills and leaderfulness while also re-setting core beliefs - the many resources available to help organizations create their internal agile coach development programs; they need not invent the wheel
Java Sea
The Road to Agility: An Inspiring Tale of Personal Agile Transformation
Jimi Fosdick
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The Road to Agility: An Inspiring Tale of Personal Agile Transformation
Jimi Fosdick
Room: Java Sea
Track: Agile Galaxy [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: The journey from project manager to Scrum master is painful and perilous. This is this is the compelling story of one such transformation.
Learning Objects:  In this workshop participants will be exposed to:
  • The biggest challenges encountered when changing from “plan-driven” to “value-driven” thinking
  • Why Scrum represents a truly radical and life changing difference from traditional methods
  • How to motivate others to change to the Scrum way of thinking and working
  • A highly entertaining and, for some past attendees, “moving” story told in a dynamic and engaging way (complete with rock music and explosions)
Tesla Test Drive
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Tesla Test Drive
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Summary: Want to test drive a Tesla? Tesla will have a limited number of cars for attendees to test drive during the lunch on Monday and Tuesday. Test drives are first come, first served departing from the hotel’s main lobby. In case the test drive spots are all taken, you can sign up for a Tesla Ride Along.

Reserve your spot now!
Learning Objectives:
Pacifica 3-5
7 Things Your Agile Transition Can Learn From Star Wars - From Corporate Empire to Agile Rebels
Dave Sharrock, Daniel Lynn
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7 Things Your Agile Transition Can Learn From Star Wars - From Corporate Empire to Agile Rebels
Dave Sharrock, Daniel Lynn
Room: Pacifica 3-5
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Starting with our love of Star Wars, we use classic movie moments to provide memorable learning points around 7 common agile pitfalls.
Learning Objects: Amongst other things, you will learn:
  • On delivering large-scale projects. Start with what you can do, and understand and mitigate technical risk and dependencies.
  • See why using the wrong tools for the job creates a false sense of security.
  • The power of cross-functional teams. Agile is powerful exactly because the sum is greater than the parts.
  • Avoiding opinion-driven product design. Combating the HiPPO (Highest Paid Person’s Opinion) as a Product Owner.
Timor Sea
Get Your Productivity Game On!
Brian Sjoberg, Fadi Stephan
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Get Your Productivity Game On!
Brian Sjoberg, Fadi Stephan
Room: Timor Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Want to bring your productivity to the next level? Let's gain a desire based on an experience to make this happen.
Learning Objects:
  • Gain an understanding, through an exercise, of the cost to productivity a common habit has, that many of us indulge in
  • A new found desire to fix one of the major issues that reduces productivity and quality
  • 2 approaches to fixing the issue
Java Sea
Lean Products - how to deliver highly valuable products in a ridiculously short time frame
Rodrigo De Toledo, Rafael Sabbagh
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Lean Products - how to deliver highly valuable products in a ridiculously short time frame
Rodrigo De Toledo, Rafael Sabbagh
Room: Java Sea
Track: Agile Galaxy [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: How to deliver highly valuable products in a very short timeframe, using a problem-oriented approach built over Agile mindset and practices.
Learning Objects: The attendees will learn an approach that fits into any Agile software development methodology or framework. It takes the mission of avoiding waste to the extreme, seeking not to add more complexity than necessary and to seeking solve the real customer problems, radically anticipating the delivery of value.

We use this approach in real life, while coaching with customers in the Brazilian market. We will present real examples and stories derived from these experiences.
Oceana 3-5
Scrum at the Intersect of Mobile, Cloud, and the Internet of Things
Don Macintyre
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Scrum at the Intersect of Mobile, Cloud, and the Internet of Things
Don Macintyre
Room: Oceana 3-5
Track: Agile Galaxy [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: The Internet of Things (IoT) will be $1.7 Trillion market by 2020. Come explore how Scrum is being used beyond software in the IoT.
Learning Objects:
  • Session attendees will come away with:
  • Confidence to apply Scrum in areas to beyond traditional software development.
  • Appreciation of the vast Internet of Things market.
  • Patterns for success with Scrum in non-traditional areas.
Pacifica 1-2
Thawing the Frozen Middle
Em Campbell-Pretty
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Thawing the Frozen Middle
Em Campbell-Pretty
Room: Pacifica 1-2
Track: Agile Galaxy [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: How can we harness the energy of Middle Management (aka the Frozen Middle) to lead, rather than hinder, an agile transition?
Learning Objects: Attendees will be able to:
  • Use empathy mapping to put themselves in the shoes of middle management
  • Appreciate that middle managers can feel trapped in an organization under going an agile transformation understand the support middle managers in understanding their role in agile world
  • Apply new techniques to educating middle management on lean and agile
  • Help middle managers "learn to see"
  • Inspire middle managers to change
  • Appreciate that middle managers are people too
Coral Sea
Stop scaling... start growing an agile organization!
Andrea Tomasini
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Stop scaling... start growing an agile organization!
Andrea Tomasini
Room: Coral Sea
Track: Agile Galaxy [Advanced]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Growing an agile organization should be the goal of any successful change. See how startups and enterprise alike share common principles.
Learning Objects:
  • 4 Principles that help emerge powerful practices for scaling an agile organization
  • Shared example of companies like Babbel, Siemens and Ericsson showing how they went through the journey successfully, and have been willing to share their experience
  • Anti-pattern which often get pushed by top management or traditional organizational consulting firms, how to recognize them and how to avoid them
Banda Sea
Take Your Software Beyond Legacy Code
David Bernstein
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Take Your Software Beyond Legacy Code
David Bernstein
Room: Banda Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: Learn how design skills, pairing, CI, TDD, and refactoring improve the quality, speed, and sustainability of Scrum software development.
Learning Objects:
  • Gain an overview of XP practices and why they are not what they seem
  • Use Continuous Integration to reduce risk in building software
  • Employ Pair Programming to propagate knowledge throughout the team
  • Recognize five code qualities at the core of all good developer practices
  • Adopt Test Driven Development to rapidly build higher quality code
  • See how Refactoring is used to help you work faster by reducing technical debt
Oceana 1-2
The Tadpole Technique - Breaking things down with an interactive approach
Chris Li
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The Tadpole Technique - Breaking things down with an interactive approach
Chris Li
Room: Oceana 1-2
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Talk
Summary: This talk will describe a technique that teams can use to decompose ideas into smaller pieces and teach them the steps to use on their own.
Learning Objects:
  • Introduce participants to the "Tadpole Technique
  • Explain mechanics and benefits of the session
  • Learn to facilitate a "Tadpole Technique" session
Oceana 1-2
Conscious Leadership through Impecable Conversations
Gustavo Quiroz
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Conscious Leadership through Impecable Conversations
Gustavo Quiroz
Room: Oceana 1-2
Track: Orbiting the Earth [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: Practice essential skills that will allow you to be the change you wish to see and to serve your colleagues and teams much more powerfully.
Learning Objects:
  • Reflect on our own capacity for effective listening, for distinguishing facts from opinions and responsibility from blame and justification.
  • Apply concrete tools and guides to improve our capacity for successful interactions with others.
  • Put into practice these skills: Active & Empathetic Listening, Productive inquiry, Ontological Humility and Unconditional Responsibility.
  • Expand our ability as a leader and influencer within our organization.
Java Sea
Houston - we have a priority!
Natalie Warnert
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Houston - we have a priority!
Natalie Warnert
Room: Java Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: If everything's a priority nothing's a priority. Is value a black hole or a supernova? Let's use valuation games to start the communication!
Learning Objects:
  • Understanding of work value realization through more than just revenue
  • Planning capacity across teams to realize values important to the company and product
  • Collaboration among dependent teams to share delivered value items
  • Facilitating a successful session with a justifiable program road map outcome
Coral Sea
PMP Rehab - Personal Agility Canvas 2.0
Dave Prior
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PMP Rehab - Personal Agility Canvas 2.0
Dave Prior
Room: Coral Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: No one has more trouble making the switch to Agile than traditional PMs. Inspect and adapt your way to a more Agile version of you.
Learning Objects: Participants will:
  • Deepen their understanding of the complexity involved with moving from PM to Agile
  • Complete a self-assessment of their abilities and challenges with respect to adopting and internalizing Agile
  • Create a plan to build on their own personal adoption of Agile
  • Select an Accountability Partner to help them follow up with their plan for improving their personal Agile adoption
Pacifica 3-5
Retrospective Games
Chris Sims
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Retrospective Games
Chris Sims
Room: Pacifica 3-5
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: Learn how to use games to keep your retrospectives fun, engaging, and productive.
Learning Objects: After completing this learning module, participants will be able to:
  • Facilitate the pair-counting exercise to help people focus and be present
  • Facilitate a Jelly Baby Tree discussion to gather data
  • Facilitate "Like to Like" as described by Derby and Larsen
  • Facilitate a Sudden Survey activity to gather data or generate new ideas
  • Facilitate the Dixit Sprint Retrospective Game
Banda Sea
Facilitation Patterns & Antipatterns
Doc List
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Facilitation Patterns & Antipatterns
Doc List
Room: Banda Sea
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: Learn some key behavior patterns that occur in groups, and how to deal with them.
Learning Objects:
  • Recognize behavior patterns and antipatterns in meetings and facilitation
  • Apply some specific techniques to address antipatterns
  • Learn activities and techniques to use to facilitate meetings
Oceana 3-5
To Affinity and Beyond
Chris Waggoner, Jeff Lopez-Stuit
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To Affinity and Beyond
Chris Waggoner, Jeff Lopez-Stuit
Room: Oceana 3-5
Track: Mission Control [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: Learn speedy affinity facilitation techniques to eliminate waste and boost productivity in creating, prioritizing and estimating a backlog.
Learning Objects: By the end of this workshop the attendee should be able to do the following:
  • Use affinity to compare persona characteristics and generate stories based on similarities and differences.
  • Use theme affinity to facilitate collaboration on requirements gathering using a story gallery.
  • Quickly evaluate story value, prioritization, risk and estimated effort by using Fibonacci Popcorn facilitation.
Pacifica 1-2
Well Begun is Half-way Done: A 'How to' Guide for Conducting an Organizational Assessment Prior to Scaling
Michael Spayd
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Well Begun is Half-way Done: A 'How to' Guide for Conducting an Organizational Assessment Prior to Scaling
Michael Spayd
Room: Pacifica 1-2
Track: Agile Galaxy [Advanced]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: Scaling processes is now doable, but how do you scale leadership? Or culture? Don't scale junk! Come find how to conduct an org assessment.
Learning Objects:
  • Understand the benefits of conducting an organization assessment prior to starting an Scrum change initiative. Understand the pros and cons of using different modalities used (e.g., interviews, surveys, large group processes, systemic methods, etc.).
  • Be exposed to a variety of formal assessment methods, from leadership to culture to team health and roles
  • Start using a template to think through your own organizational assessment, resulting in a beginning plan for conducting one.
Timor Sea
Why The World Needs More Prescriptive Agile Coaches
Bob Galen
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Why The World Needs More Prescriptive Agile Coaches
Bob Galen
Room: Timor Sea
Track: Agile Galaxy [Introduction/Intermediate]
Session Type: Workshop
Summary: Sometimes agile coaches need to do more than "suggest". Here we explore contexts where your coaching might need to border on - prescription.
Learning Objects:
  • Many of the anti-patterns associated with coaching too lightly; we’ll gather these as a group.
  • Under what circumstances can you prescribe ideas, tactics, and approaches?
  • Bring the Shu-Ha-Ri maturity model into coaching; the assertion is that non-prescriptive coaching is a Ri practice.
  • How to tie coaching to team performance, accountability, and ultimately results.
  • As a group, develop a collection of “stand-and-deliver” coaching scenarios.
Universal CityWalk
Monday Mingle
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Monday Mingle
Room: Universal CityWalk
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Summary: Meet at 17:45 in the Pacifica Foyer to walk over to CityWalk. The walk will be approximately 15 minutes – so wear your comfortable shoes.

Celebrate a successful first day by joining us on the Universal CityWalk for our exclusive block party! Take a walk down the red carpet to see incredible street performers as well as experience the unique food and entertainment of three different venues. We look forward to seeing you there! 

Note: Universal Orlando has some security measures before entering the park. We recommend that you do not bring a large bag into Universal as it will be subject to a security search and may delay your entry into the Monday Mingle.

Learning Objectives:
Pacifica Ballroom 6/7
Agile Leadership, The Key to Scaling Scrum
Brian Rabon
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Agile Leadership, The Key to Scaling Scrum
Brian Rabon
Room: Pacifica Ballroom 6/7
Track:
Session Type: Keynote
Summary: Are you trying to implement SAFe, LeSS, DAD, or some other scaling method and not getting the traction that you desire? Every Agile scaling method has its value; unfortunately most leave out a key ingredient for your success, Agile Leadership. Agile leaders create Agile cultures by; setting compelling visions and communicating priorities effectively, empowering teams and focusing on their results, influencing individuals and coaching their growth. Agile leaders are; vulnerable and not afraid to express their emotions, focused on growth and always inspecting and adapting, and they are passionate and caring about their team members. It’s leaders like these, true Agile Leaders, that create positive cultures and provide the necessary environment for which an organization can truly live the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto. Come learn how you can use Agile Leadership in order to grow, scale, and thrive as a true Agile organization.
Learning Objectives: Brian M. Rabon, CST, PMP is President and Founder of The Braintrust Consulting Group, one of the largest boutique Agile consulting firms in the United States. Brian is the author of Scrum For the Rest Of Us, with thousands of copies now in circulation. Brian is a trusted advisor to the leadership teams of hundreds of organizations; including; Disney, H&R Block, Sungard, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Zappos just to name a few. Brian is the pioneer of the field of Agile Leadership, having introduced the Center For Agile Leadership™ in 2015. Brian would love to connect with leaders worldwide via his blog (http://www.braintrustgroup.com/blog) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bmrabon).
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