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There are already many active Agile teams. However, it's often problematic when you are in a large corporate context or looking for broad support from within the organization. Scaled Agile Frameworks want to address this issue and offer approaches to how teams collaborate internally and with other teams. These frameworks are also often criticized - mainly because many people see them as a blueprint and try to carbon copy them without any thought. Felix Rüssel of KEGON as mediator helps us to take a look at both sides of the Agile equation. That is, he gives us both an objective view of what Agile is (or isn't), as well as imparting knowledge and how to use it in daily business.
Dry workshops with never ending slides, where the speaker talks at you - you can't learn from that and you shouldn't have to subject yourself to it. Marc Bless and Dennis Wagner, the authors of the book Agile Spiele - Kurz & Gut (Agile Games - Short & Good), present you with this track under the motto: "Long-lasting learning through fun". The sessions on this track range from trying out different agile games, to basic moderation techniques for agile games, to professional debriefing of intensive agile simulations. The participants will learn a lot of concrete things, as well as tips and tricks with which they can add to their agile arsenal in their everyday life.
How can organizations be empowered with the right set of working tools to meet the challenges within their markets? We look at solutions and case studies from the world of the Google Cloud and show how IT can be made fast and modern.
From method frameworks like Scrum and Kanban, to moderation techniques in retrospectives, everything is possible when talking about how to help agile teams in everyday life. We're especially interested in the insight our speakers will give on practical, everyday use.
As the saying goes, a ship and its crew is only as good as its captain. But who is the captain in an agile structure anyway? What skills and abilities do these so-called captains need to have in order to ensure that everyone works well together. We'll discuss how to develop soft skills in order to be better leaders.
The digital workplace can make an important contribution to strengthening transparency and making sure that all teams are on the same page. We look at approaches and case studies from the world of Atlassian and Atlassian-based tools. We focus on Atlassian Jira and Confluence and the use cases of business teams, but also let the techies have their say. This track is not only particularly suitable for corporate communications staff, but also for all agile and IT teams within organizations.
In the Culture Lounge we talk with people who work in innovative, Agile organizations about the various aspects of corporate culture. Their problem-solving methods are often unconventional and unique. They report on their experiences by giving us insight into the positive aspects as well as any challenges in relation to such new forms of organization and approaches. They also discuss the effects this can have on people and the way they work together in the company. In our interview format we provide an exciting and uncensored insight into their world of thought, accompanied by questions from the audience.