13:30 - 14:30 - 60 Minute Sessions

Agility in heavy industry - combining seemingly cultural contradiction in software development
Jan Conrad
Room: Tiergarten I/II
Track: Thinking Outside the box


Session Type: Lecture
Level: Forming

Summary: This session gives a tried proposal how Scrum can be applied in an industrial environment and how it is possible to change the old economy.

How to have "agile" conversations with managers and executives
Bob Hartman
Room: Charlottenburg II
Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall

Session Type: Workshop
Level: Performing

Summary: Learn how to speak to executives and managers about agility in a way they will understand and embrace.

Product Roadmaps in Scrum
Roman Pichler
Room: Bellevue
Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps

Session Type: Lecture
Level: Performing

Summary: Learn how to effectively use a product roadmap in Scrum.

Resilient Organizations ready to change
Michael Leber
Room: Charlottenburg I
Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall

Session Type: Lecture
Level: Norming

Summary: Fitness for change, increase your organizational resilience and get ready to move.

Scaling Scrum to Build a Hardware Product or How Cross-Functionality helped Electricians, Mechanics, and (Embedded) Software Engineers turn T-shaped.
Stephanie Gasche
Room: Tegel
Track: Successful Scrum Practices: Berlin Never Sleeps

Session Type: Lecture
Level: Norming

Summary: Scaling Scrum in hardware product development by way of one product backlog and cross-functional Scrum teams

Scrum - successful, but not always by the book - Empirical findings, practical conclusions
Ayelt Komus
Room: Charlottenburg III
Track: Scrum Principles: Changing the Status Quo


Session Type: Lecture
Level: Norming

Summary: Very often only some elements of Scrum are used. Status Quo Agile shows which elements are key as well as risks and success-ratings by users

Team responsibility game
Markus Wittwer
Room: Potsdam III
Track: Managing Agility: Bring Down the Wall

Session Type: Workshop
Level: Norming

Summary: Team responsibility game - building teams of 100% responsible individuals

The Pre-K Principle: What Teaching Children Helped Me Understand About Scrum
Shannon Mason
Room: Köpenick I/II
Track: Thinking Outside the box


Session Type: Lecture
Level: Norming

Summary: Focusing on aspects of experiential learning and psychological development theories grow your understanding of what it means to be a team.