11:00 - 12:30 - 90 Minute Sessions

A New Dojo: The Art of Story Splitting
Alexander Schwartz
Room: Charlottenburg I
Track: Innovating beyond Core Scrum: The Bohemian Bear


Session Type: Workshop
Level: Norming

Summary: In this dojo to learn more about martial art of slicing big stories into small pieces. Join to practice and improve your Kung Fu.

Game of Thrones - A Song of Scrum and Product Ownership
Iain McKenna
Room: Tegel
Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps

Session Type: Workshop
Level: Norming

Summary: What makes a great Product Owner and what stops a Product Owner being a great Product Owner?  How can we influence the desirable behaviors?

Leadership As Dialog - A Potent Blend of Brutal Transparency and Compassion
Ilja Preuß
Room: Charlottenburg II
Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall

Session Type: Workshop
Level: Norming

Summary: Leadership is influencing others. But you don’t want to destroy self-organization. Solution: combine brutal transparency with compassion.

SCARF - Why SCRUM transitions fail (and what we could do differently)
Ralph Miarka, Veronika Kotrba
Room: Bellevue
Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps

Session Type: Workshop
Level: Forming

Summary: People become resistant in Scrum transitions because five basic principles are typically violated. Let's uncover how to engage the people!

Scrum for Education: Learn how to Groom the Product Backlog to Delight Wikipedia, Khan Academy and Perchance the University
Jasmina Nikolic, Jelena Gledic
Room: Köpenick I/II
Track: Thinking Outside the box


Session Type: Lecture
Level: Performing

Summary: Come and groom a Product Backlog in line with Wikipedia and Khan Academy values to help give education full throttle!

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Enterprises: your navigator through colorful levels of cultures, maturity and agility.
Alexey Krivitsky
Room: Potsdam III
Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall

Session Type: Workshop
Level: Performing

Summary: See Information for Review Team for the session structure.

The Soul of Scrum
Krishan Mathis, Olaf Lewitz
Room: Charlottenburg III
Track: Scrum Principles: Changing the Status Quo


Session Type: Workshop
Level: Performing

Summary: Scrum has been instrumentalised as a "new process". We want to re-focus on the releasing nature, the soul of Scrum, and Agile.

Will agile work in my embedded development environment?
Bent Myllerup
Room: Tiergarten I/II
Track: Thinking Outside the box


Session Type: Workshop
Level: Forming

Summary: Scrum, with it’s roots in SW, can also successfully be applied in embedded systems development - even though it at first looks impossible.