Haz puentes desde Scrum!
Te gustaría ver como otros modelos y herramientas podrían mejorar la efectividad de tus equipos Scrum? En esta tercera edición de Scrumday.Barcelona queremos explorar otros enfoques y crear puentes desde Scrum!
Es un evento de un día con dos tracks paralelos:
- Sesiones en inglés de expertos mundiales en temas asociados a Scrum.
- Sesiones en español para compartir experiencias sobre Scrum y otros enfoques.
Valores del evento
- Fun: Let’s learn while having a good time!
- Safe: All people and their opinions are respected and welcome.
- Solidary: All profits will be donated to improve the life of MS patients.
Co-founder of The Liberators
We create products, content, and a community to unleash Scrum Teams all over the world. Also, I love statistics, software development, and (organisational) psychology. I’m on a mission to bring more science to our field.
Head of Wayra Builder, Telefónica
Tiene 20 años de experiencia en innovación. Actualmente es Head of Wayra Builder, el venture builder de Telefónica. Durante siete años lideró Lean Elephants, el programa de intraemprendimiento en Telefónica.
Es coautora del caso de estudio de HBR “Telefonica: A Lean Elephant” y de dos libros: “La empresa ágil” y “Lean Startup…”.
Product Management Coach, Author & Speaker
David is a passionate Product Leader with ten years of product management experience. Over the last years, he led many product teams in successful endeavors. His biggest fear is the comfort zone.
Over the last years, he’s been working as a Product Leader. He’s focused on coaching teams to deliver the highest value for their customers.
Independent Consultant, PST & PKT
Will Seele is curious about why organizations do the things they do. He focuses on organizational and behavioral design as well as Evidence Based Management. He has worked in various sectors such as banking, insurance and marketing, always focusing on making value delivery easier for people.
Fabiola Martín Duque
Agile People Coach, Facilitator & Change agent
Fabiola acompaña en procesos de desarrollo y transformación a personas, equipos y organizaciones, desde el ámbito de sus soft skills hasta la capacitación en un sentido más estratégico y operativo bajo el paraguas de la agilidad.
Más allá de su experiencia como Agile coach en áreas de Talento y Transformación, es especialista en Coaching Ejecutivo y coaching de equipos e instructora de Agile People en los ámbitos de Agile HR y Agile Leadership.
BDM & PBI developer. A keen lifelong learner
CEO en Runroom. Experto en negocio digital.
Carlos Iglesias es el CEO de Runroom, donde crean productos y servicios digitales aprovechando los últimos avances en tecnología para hacer crecer negocios a partir de un enfoque customer centric.
Además es el autor del podcast Realworld y profesor de estrategia digital, lean, agile, customer experience (CX) o user experience (UX) en ESADE, Kschool y BAU.
Co-founder of Red Tangerine
I am passionate about the people side of change and bringing meaningful change into organisations, with a focus on helping teams and organisations deliver true customer value in a sustainable way.
I am the co-author of two books published by Apress: ‘Adopting Agile Across Borders – a Guide to Navigating Cultural Complexity in Agile Teams and Organizations’ and ‘Mastering Collaboration in a Product Team’.
Juan Fco Fernández
Machine Learning Engineer en Infojobs (Adevinta Spain)
Juan Fra Fernández es un Machine Learning Engineer con un pasado en Seguridad y una fuerte inclinación por la algorítmica y el ciclo de vida del software.
Large scale agile consultant. CLT & PST.
Cesario Ramos is a senior Agile Management coach & product development expert. He is a certified trainer from LeSS and Scrum.org.
He is the author of the books: ‘Coaching Agile Organizations’, ‘EMERGENT – Lean & Agile adoption for an innovative workplace’ and co-author with Jeff Sutherland, James Coplien et al of the book ‘A Scrum Book’.
María Barambio Plaza
Scrum Master en Worldline Global
María Barambio es Scrum Master en Worldline Global.
Business Transformation Expert
Con mente de ingeniero informático y corazón latiendo por y para las personas, llevo más de 10 años acompañando a organizaciones e individuos en sus procesos de transformación. Mis comienzos se centran en los principales verticales del Grupo PRISA, colaborando posteriormente con organizaciones de diversos tamaños e industrias como Stratio Big Data, BBVA, Banco Santander, Orange, Indra, Filmin y Aristocrazy, entre otras muchas.
Actualmente soy parte del Agile Circle de Paradigma Digital, poniendo foco en desarrollo de negocio, marketing, formación y el impulso del movimiento goal-oriented mindset.
Creator of The Flow System & Scrum The Toyota Way
As a leading expert on Lean and Agile approaches I advise companies on successful transformation strategies and how to achieve effective and lasting change.
I design organizations that are highly optimized and customer value focussed. As a problem solver I help executive leaders transform their operations. I create disruptors and transform the disrupted.
The Original Thought Provoker
Do you want to maximize the benefit of your Agile Transformation?
Are you looking for significant gains in quality, time-to-market, cost efficiency or financial outcomes?
With over 15 years of consulting and coaching experience, I will help you optimize the effectiveness of your change initiative.
Calendario de sesiones
Sesiones en Español
Sesiones en inglés
What makes Scrum teams effective? And how do you reliably measure this? Although there are many opinions and models about this in our profession, very few are based on robust, scientific evidence. With The Liberators, we are on a mission to bring more science to our field. Together with Prof. Daniel Russo from the University of Aalborg, we analyzed thousands of Scrum teams to identify the core factors that drive their effectiveness. With these insights, we created the Scrum Team Survey to help teams diagnose their process and improve where it matters most. It’s easy to use and free for individual teams. Hundreds of teams use the Scrum Team Survey every day.
In this session, we explore key insights from our research. We also show how teams use the Scrum Team Survey to drive improvement across one or many teams.
Many in the Agile field tend to be adamant that Agile and long-term strategies, plans and roadmaps don’t work together. This can be very threatening to those people involved in setting and guarding the organizational strategies, as it can easily be perceived as chaos, and certainly not something shareholders are likely to tolerate for very long. This, obviously, results in a lot of pushback. Sometimes explicit, often implicit, and always harmful to the organization.
In this talk, we’ll explore why this conflict originates from flawed assumptions on both sides, and why Agility is often the most effective means of enacting Strategy, in terms of outcomes, costs and risk management.
Do meetings sometimes feel like a waste of time? Do you find that the same issues come up time after time and nothing is ever done about them?
If so, you are not alone. Research shows that 50% of people find the meetings they attend unproductive.
In this talk we will be addressing how facilitating with purpose can help to make your meetings more effective.
I constantly observe teams struggling with gigantic product backlogs, user stories, estimations, the balance between discovery with delivery, and many other items. Most of the time, Scrum isn’t the problem, but our misconceptions get in the way. Yet, Scrum has become the scapegoat for many anti-patterns caused by us.
Over a decade, I learned what traps teams and what unlocks them. Scrum isn’t a trap but a way of empowering the team. I want to share with you why teams are trapped and how Scrum can help them escape from dreadful anti-patterns.
By the end of this talk, you will have a better idea of what blocks and what helps. You can expect to gain insights to apply immediately.
Speaker: Cesario Ramos | Consulting large scale agile adoptions worldwide. Certified LeSS Trainer & Professional Scrum Trainer. Author of the books Creating Agile Organizations, Emergent and A Scrum Book.
What is most important for management to understand about creating an Agile organization? That you understand that an organizational design is a primary factor in supporting or limiting the people’s possibility to adapt to customer demand effectively
When an organization concludes that it needs to become an Agile organization, many of its current capabilities might no longer be needed or sufficient for success. In that case, the employees need to redesign the organization into one that allows it to build the necessary capabilities over time. A redesign includes rethinking:
- Structure: Which organizational units, such as departments, groups, and teams, are required? How are work and responsibilities divided among those units?
- Processes and integration: How do the units and roles relate to each other and collaborate?
- People: Which behaviours and values bring the structure to life? Which team and employee skills and capabilities are needed?
Based on Cesario’s latest book: Creating Agile Organizations, in this session, we explore three critical Agile organization design guidelines that help during transformation initiatives.
Are you fed up that “Agile” is often just a term for business as usual with Scrum, and that your “Inspect and Adapt” sessions don’t produce anything memorable? If that’s you – you’re not alone: Thousands of Agile Coaches and Scrum Masters worldwide feel with you.
Many “Agile Transformations” institute “Agile” as a new status quo that’s only superficially different from former ways of working, so I felt the need to provide a fundamentally different approach that doesn’t focus on process or practice, and instead addresses the problems that matter, without the need for carpet-bombing an entire development organization with trainings or cutting down existing social bonds in a big bang reorg.
The TOP Structure is an apparently small, incredibly powerful compilation of human-centric principles and patterns built on the first Agile Value, “People and Interactions over Processes and tools.” It respects that people are at the heart of everything we do in development. TOP provides an entirely different view on your team and company – and it asks the questions that should have been asked, but never were – and answers you were looking for, but never got. The TOP Structure invites you to make a maximum difference with minimum effort, so that your teams get beyond business as usual into hyper-performance.
TOP is both scale-free and framework neutral, and synergizes well with anything you are using today.
In our session, we will explore the high-level TOP principles that will expand your horizon on what makes your organization tick and how you can use these principles to make change that matters.
After the session, we will provide additional resources that let you kickstart change with the TOP Structure right away!
Join Nigel Thurlow as he bust some Agile myths, takes on the pretenders to the throne and examines the modern format wars. Listen as he introduces you to some new thinking with assemblages theory. Learn why Ginger is the key to true Agile and why frameworks are nothing more than a tree. He’ll cover what Lean metrics really are, how scaling should work, take you into queuing theory, and then back to the Genba where the real improvements happen. Learn what a real value stream is and how to uncover the real costs of doing business.
Sesiones en Español
Uno de los eventos fundamentales en Scrum, son las retrospectivas, absolutamente necesarias para aprender y evolucionar en pos de la mejora continua.
Lamentablemente, en muchas organizaciones la cultura del miedo es el paradigma existente, donde los errores se castigan y no se ven como una oportunidad de aprendizaje.
Como consecuencia, a menudo resulta difícil extraer el máximo de cada retrospectiva, ya que no siempre nos sentimos segur@s para equivocarnos, para preguntar, para contribuir, para desafiar el status quo sin temor a ser avergonzad@s, marginad@s y/o castigad@s.
Por todo ello, es clave conseguir un nivel de seguridad psicológica aceptable, que permita al equipo Scrum desplegar todo su potencial, mejorar y crecer.
En esta charla tomaremos conciencia de la gran importancia de la seguridad psicológica como núcleo fundamental de una cultura ágil e innovadora y desde mi experiencia os compartiré buenas prácticas y algunos tips para conseguir llevar las retros al siguiente nivel.