Building bridges from Scrum!
Do you struggle alignining Scrum with other models, tools and approaches? In the third edition of Scrumday Barcelona we want to explore other approaches and create bridges between Scrum and other approaches!
Register for the event!
Tickets are free in this edition. You can sponsor the event to improve the life of MS patients.
All sessions will be recorded. If you cannot attend any session, you can watch them afterwards!
This event of one day is made of two parallel tracks:
- Keynotes delivered in English by world experts about topics related to Scrum.
- Sessions in Spanish to share experiences with Scrum and other approaches.
- Fun: Let’s learn while having a good time!
- Safe: All people and their opinions are respected and welcome.
- Open to other approaches and ways of working.
- 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.
Independent Consultant, PST & PKT
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.
Large scale agile consultant. CLT & PST.
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Sesiones en Español
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.
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.