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Riverfront 3
6 Years Teaching Certified Scrum Developer: Re-spec, Re-design, Re-entry
Terry Yin
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6 Years Teaching Certified Scrum Developer: Re-spec, Re-design, Re-entry
Terry Yin
Room: Riverfront 3
Track: Technical Track
Session Type: Talk [Beginner]
Summary: Experience sharing on teaching the Certified Scrum Developer® classes and an overview of technical agility that's supporting Scrum adoption.
Learning Objects: This talk will give people a general overview of the technical coaching topics in an Agile adoption.
Riverfront 2
Agile Delivery in Government
Steven Koh
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Agile Delivery in Government
Steven Koh
Room: Riverfront 2
Track: Agile Beyond IT
Session Type: Talk [Advanced]
Summary: Scaling Framework is used to allow multiple Scrum teams to work together seamlessly to deliver features for bigger projects. With limited resources in government, co-sourcing with vendors is also used where Government can augment the team with vendors to build up the engineering capability within the public sector. Lastly, Agile is not possible without continuous Integration Testing (CIT) and automated testing to allow continuous delivery with high product quality and stability to citizens.
Learning Objects: Government Digital Services’ Agile approach allows projects to adapt to changing business requirements with continuous release of new features, incremental with feedback from real users.
Waterfront 1
Agile Project Management with Scrum, Lean, and Kanban
Michael Chik
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Agile Project Management with Scrum, Lean, and Kanban
Michael Chik
Room: Waterfront 1
Track: Business Agility
Session Type: Talk [Beginner]
Summary: Adding value to Scrum projects as a Project Manager isn't easy. Learn some hands-on techniques on how to add value.
Learning Objects:
  • How to add value to a Scrum project as a Project Manager
  • Techniques that can be applied the very next day after the Gathering
  • How to combine Scrum and Kanban
  • What a pull system is
  • How to use probabilistic forecasting to meet demand
  • How to use the Theory of Constraints to identify bottlenecks
  • How to use mistakes to fuel better retrospectives
Riverfront 1
Applying Lean Startup and Agile Architecture in the Enterprise
Tze Chin Tang and Md Mazharul Anwar
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Applying Lean Startup and Agile Architecture in the Enterprise
Tze Chin Tang and Md Mazharul Anwar
Room: Riverfront 1
Track: Technical Track
Session Type: Talk [Advanced]
Summary:

Lean startups focus on optimising learning while constantly delivering value. Startups have an inherent constraint - runway and burn rate, while most enterprises do not.

We, at SEEK Asia, apply constraints to our own feature development on JobStreet and JobsDB to maximise learning for product/market fit while delivering quickly and incrementally while creating scalable systems.

This presentation will cover the following:

  • Applying the concept of the MVP within the enterprise.
  • Optimizing learning in the initial product feature discovery.
  • Reducing complexity via separation of the problem and solution domains.
  • Implementing Agile architecture principles and techniques within a large-scale consumer web application - a large .com.
Learning Objects:

Attendees will be exposed to the following concepts:

  • Using constraints to guide architecture and development.
  • Reducing planning and delivery complexity via the separation of problem and solution domains.
  • How we apply the MVP concept at SEEK Asia.
Waterfront 3
Coaching LeSS Huge
Bas Vodde
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Coaching LeSS Huge
Bas Vodde
Room: Waterfront 3
Track: Business Agility
Session Type: Talk [Advanced]
Summary:

Bas has been involved in Nokia product development for nearly a decade now, coaching a gradual LeSS Huge adoption. He would like to share some of the things they've done and the impact it has had. The topics this will describe is:

  • Description of their journey so far
  • LeSS adoption principles
  • How to do technical coaching
  • In-depth workshops for teams with several coaches
  • Metrics used
  • Management LeSS workshops, combining training and adoption
Learning Objects:
  • LeSS is not the goal
  • Techniques for successful technical coaching
  • What does the "deep and narrow" adoption mean in practice?
  • What does gradual and evolutionary mean in practice?
  • How to do deep and narrow workshops
  • How to do management adoption workshops
Waterfront 2
Think outside the box (Marketing & Design)
Sebastian Sussmann
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Think outside the box (Marketing & Design)
Sebastian Sussmann
Room: Waterfront 2
Track: Agile Beyond IT
Session Type: Talk [Beginner]
Summary: Make mistakes! Be more efficient! Be successful! Whether you're in marketing, design, software, or Hardware, it doesn't matter! We're not alone;work together!
Learning Objects: Sometimes we need to see us from another perspective. The world and the opportunities are big but we are getting trapped, I want to show how we could overcome the problems in marketing and design. Often we talk only about software development at the Global Scrum Gathering®. How we can learn faster and solve problem differently. Marketing and design have always needed a lot of innovation and a lot of new and amazing ideas. Scrum goes to marketing, and design-thinking goes to IT with Scrum.
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