Germany Scrum Gathering

  • Event

    The Munich Scrum Gathering was a great success! You can view all Speaker presentations here, or you can access them from the Munich Gathering's Program tab.

    Announcing the Scrum Gathering in Munich, Germany - 19, 20 & 21 October 2009! Keynote speakers include Jeff Sutherland, and Mike Cohn.

    The Scrum Gathering will be held at the Hilton Munich City.

    So mark your calendar and plan to attend this interactive Scrum Gathering event with top industry leaders from around the world!

    Limited space - past Scrum Gatherings sold out weeks in advance!

    Please join us in thanking our sponsors.

     

  • Details

    Date: 19-21 October, 2009
    Location: Munich, Germany

    Venue:
    Rosenheimer Strasse 15
    Munich, 81667 Germany
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    Regular Price:

    Registration fee: €1,600 member and €1,800 non-member will apply.


  • Program

    Welcome to the Scrum Alliance Germany Scrum Gathering – October 19-21, 2009! Please find program details and Gathering information listed below:

    Location: Hilton Munich City Hotel
    Rosenheimer Strasse 15
    81667 Munich, Germany
    Phone: +49 (0)89 4804 0
    Fax: +49 (0)89 4804 4804
    E-mail: info.munich@hilton.com
    Web address: www.munich-city.hilton.com

    For room locations please click here to view the PDF file of the conference layout of the room space/floor plan.

    Gathering presentations provided by each speaker and will be posted as a PDF file available on the Scrum Alliance website at www.scrumalliance.org after the Scum Gathering.

    Germany Scrum Gathering Selection Committee included: Tobias Mayer (committee chair), Simon Bennett, Andreas Schliep, Boris Gloger, Ken Schwaber, Jim Cundiff and Jodi Gibson

    The Scrum Gathering offers a variety of material representing a mix of subject-based presentations, experience papers/case studies, panel discussions, interactive Scrum clinic workshops and keynote presentations. The Germany Scrum Gathering will feature four main categories identified as indicated below:

    CI – Coaching & continuous Improvement
    RW – Scrum in the Real World
    PO – Product Owner
    O – Other/Miscellaneous

    19 October 2009

     Time Events Speaker & Details
    8:00 - 5:00 pm Registration – Strauss Foyer All Scrum Gathering learning rooms set theatre style
    8:30 - 10:00 am Opening Address – Ballroom Strauss A&B Opening remarks by Tom Mellor, Chairman of Scrum Alliance Board of Directors.
    Presentation by Jeff Sutherland, co-founder Scrum      
    10:00 - 10:30 am Coffee Break - Strauss Foyer  
    10:30 am - Noon
    Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions.
    All Scrum Levels.

     

    O - The Scrum Clinic: Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and others  - Salon Studer

    CI-Coaching Scrum Teams with a User Centered Approach
    : Mike SuttonSalon Bialas  

    PO-Zuerst jagten Sie StoryPoints
    : Jodok Batlogg & Boris GlogerSalon Orff 

    RW-Scrum and the World Crisis:
    Rafael Sabbagh - Marcos GarridoSalon Von Weber 

    O- Coaching Self-Organizing Teams: Joseph Pelrine - Salon EGK


    RW-Enterprise Agile at Symbian and Nokia:
    Nick Clark – Salon Reger

    Noon - 1:15 pm Lunch Self-organizing and Subtle Control, Friends or Enemies: Mike Cohn
    1:30 - 3:00 pm Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions. All Scrum levels. O-The Scrum clinic: Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and othersSalon Studer 

    CI –goto (‘scrum’)- The real deal:
    Sebastian Schürmann (CHIP Xonio Online GmbH)- Salon Regar

    PO-Why Release Planning Works:
    Dan Bergh JohnssonSalon Von Weber  

    RW-Agiles Offshoring MitScrum
    : Mark Hediger Salon EGK

    CI
    - The Prisoner’s Dilemma. Applying Game Theory to Agile Contracting: Simon Bennett – Salon Bialas 

    O-Dilbert Considered Harmful? Social Objects in Agile Teams: David Harvey – Salon Orff
    3:00 - 3:30 pm Coffee Break - Strauss Foyer
     
    3:30 - 5:00 pm Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions. All Scrum levels.

    O- The Scrum Clinic:  Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and others – Salon Studer

    CI - Minimizing Waste Through Minimalist Estimation: Alan Atlas Salon EGK

    PO- How to Avoid Product Owner Pitfalls Roman Pichler – Salon Bialas

    CI – Effective Coaching: 
    Lowell Lindstrom and Tom Mellor – Salon Reger 

    RW-Agile at Telefonica R&D –catalyst for innovative culture:
    Gemma Hornos - Monica Izquierdo – Salon Orff  

    CI – Kicking ScrumBut:
    Rowan BunningVon Weber

    5:00 - 6:30 pm Title Sponsor Reception at Strauss Foyer

    Scrum Alliance reception with title sponsor Version One

    20 October 2009

     Time Event  Speaker & Details
    8:00 - 9:00 am Strauss Foyer – Registration & Information

     

    9:00 - 10:00 am Keynote Address – Ballroom Strauss A&B O- Making Agile matter to the bottom line by understanding group dynamics by Patric Palm – Salon EGK
    10:00 - 11:30 am Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions. All Scrum levels.

    O- The Scrum Clinic: Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and others Salon Studer  

    CI –Being a Scrum Coach
    - Panel: Rachel Davies Peter Hundermark - Siegfried Kaltenecker - Christoph Mathis (moderator) - Bent Myllerup – Salon Orff & Von Weber

    PO-Redefining the Traditional View of Risk:  
    Mark Summers – Salon Bialas 


    RW - Scrum Plus – Enhanced or Tainted? Joseph Pelrine (moderator) - A panel discussion with voices from various disciplines and one voice of “pure Scrum” – Salon EGK  

    PO – Enterprise Complex Backlog Management
    :  
    Erez Katzav – Salon Reger

    11:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Lunch  

    LUNCH HELD IN Strauss Foyer

    1:00 - 2:30 pm Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions. All Scrum levels. O- The Scrum Clinic: Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and othersSalon Studer 

    PO track – Good product owner panel discussion:
    Simon Bennett Salon Orff & Von Weber

    CI-Practical Tools for Scrum Teams:  
    Gwyn Morfey - Laurie Young – Salon Bialas 

    RW- Scrum@Allianz.de:
    Berthold Schreiber, Josef SchererSalon EGK

    PO-Practical Tools for the Product Owner –focus, value & flow:
    Serge Beaumont – Salon Reger
    2:30 – 3:00 pm Coffee Break – Strauss Foyer

     

    3:00 – 4:30 pm Keynote: Ballroom Strauss A&B

    SA Panel Discussion

    Tom Mellor Chairman of Scrum Alliance Board of Directors, Lowell Linstrom, Managing Director.

    21 October 2009

     Time Event  Speaker & Details
    8:00 - 9:00 am Registration & Information – Strauss Foyer

     

    9:00 - 10:30 am Ballroom Strauss A&B Gaming presentation – general lessons learned/self organizing teamsHarvey Wheaton
    10:30 - 11:00 am Coffee Break – Strauss Foyer  
    11:00 – 12:30 Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions. O - TheScrum Clinic: Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and othersSalon Studer  

    PO-10 Contract forms for your next Agile Project:
    Peter Stevens Salon Bialas 

    O- Legal Scrum: Raising the Bar, Iteratively:  
    Regina MullenSalon EGK  

    CI –Architekturvision and Inkrementeller Entwurf by
    Stephan Roock – Salon Reger

    RW –  The Scrum Pandemic – A Diffeent Approach to Enterprise Transformation by Alan Atlas - Salon Orff & Von Weber

    12:30 am - 2:00 pm Lunch LUNCH HELD IN Restaurant Sum Gasteig
     
    2:00 – 3:30 pm Multiple, Concurrent Breakout Sessions. O- The Scrum Clinic:  Coordinated by Tobias Mayer and featuring many Scrum Experts / Dialog Room : Deborah Hartmann-Preuss, Liz Keogh and othersSalon Studer

    CI-Value Flow & Waste Elimination:
    Markus Andrezak – Salon Reger

    PO- Crafting Better Scrum Requirements:
    Victoria Hall– Salon EGK

    RW- Epic Fail:  a Humorous Look into Scrum in the Enterprise failure pattern:
    Nigel Baker - Paul Goddard – Salon Bialas

    CI – The Loop of Facilitation:
    Peter Beck – Salon Von Weber

    RW-Report from Purgatory – Adopting Scrum in a large enterprise:
     Jurgen Hoffmann – Salon Orff
    3:30 – 5:00 pm Ballroom Strauss A&B Closing words by Tom Mellor, Chairman of Scrum Alliance Board of Directors.

    Scrum Clinic wrap up and impromptu workshops like “learn Scrum games” and network sessions for attendees available to stay

     

    Please join us in thanking the sponsors of the Germany Scrum Gathering:

     

     

  • Sponsors
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  • Venue

    To register at the Gathering hotel please use the below link to receive the Scrum Gathering discount hotel room rate  - hotel rooms are limited so reserve your room early. Reserve Hotel

    Hilton Munich City Hotel
    Tel: +49-89-48040
    Fax: +49-89-48044804

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