Attend Scrum Gathering Tokyo 2011 and discover how leading businesses are adopting Scrum to stay ahead!
Although the fundament of Scrum philosophy traces back to Japan – just to mention Toyota Production System & Nonaka/Takeuchi – the Japanese software industry has just began to recognize the immense advantage which can be reached by applying Scrum focusing on iterative and incremental software development. Collaborative teams can build solutions for their customers faster and better than before. Agile organization is better placed to respond quickly to change, minimize overall risk, improve quality, and enhance project outcomes. Consequently, the number of Scrum practitioners have increased rapidly since last year.
Scrum Gathering Japan offers a wonderful introduction for Scrum beginners and a chance for current practitioners to sharpen their skills. Over two days, international and Japanese thought leaders will explain how Scrum and the agile methodology have helped their organisation to deliver exceptional business value. Come along and learn more about how Scrum can transform your business!
Day One: Keynote Sessions by international thought leaders
Date: October 19th, 2011
Location: Nomura Conference Plaza Nihonbashi
• Scrum/Agile Coaches and Practitioners
• Business Leaders considering adoption of Scrum
Day Two: Workshops by Scrum Coaches and Practitioners
Date: October 22nd, 2011
• Scrum Beginners and Practitioners
The Scrum Week in Japan
Around the Scrum Gathering event there are opportunities for attendees to obtain the following expert-led certification courses:
• Certified ScrumMaster Course by Henrik Kniberg - Oct. 17-18
• Certified Scrum Product Owner Course by Jeff Patton - Oct. 20-21
Yes, the Scrum events will take place the whole week from Monday to Saturday in Tokyo!
19 Oct 2011
Nomura Conference Plaza Nihonbashi
5-6F Nomura Building, Muromachi
Day One: JPY 20,000
Early bird Scrum Alliance member: JPY 15,000 - Available until end of August or sold out / indicate company name on this site
Day Two: Free of charge
Please join on-site donation opportunity for East Japan earthquake relief