Go Agile: Go Smart
A society-in-transition, Singapore is reaching for its goal of becoming the world’s first “smart nation”. Despite its’ small size, it hosts a diversity of language, religion and culture, and infuses technology into everyday life.
The Gathering will emphasize technology as a means for empowering people. Its tracks will bring the diversity of Singapore to the forefront of Scrum and Agile, focusing on business agility and IT, and expanding beyond into sales, marketing, education, government, and hardware.
How do you Go Agile: Go Smart? Share your thoughts on Twitter using #SGSIN.
The #SGSIN tracks are Business Agility, Technical Track, and Agile Beyond IT. Read the table below for examples:
||Agile beyond IT
- Scaling Agile/Enterprise Agile
- Agile Leadership
- Coaching and Mentoring
- People (Careers) and Performance Appraisals
- Working with Millennials
- Scrum, ScrumMaters, and Product Owners
- Engineering Practices
- Lean Startup or Stackup
- Testing in Agile, Security, and UX Testing
- AI in Testing
- Big data, AI
- Agile Architecture
- Design Thinking
- Service Innovation
- Agile in Education
- Agile in Hardware
- Agile for Governments
To learn more, view the #SGSIN article, Why Singapore?
Meet Your #SGSIN Co-Chairs
Rohit Arora is highly experienced an Agile-Lean Coach and a Trainer with a background in Software Development. He has guided many large organisations through Agile transformations by engaging at the team and leadership levels. He conducts hands-on training and coaching on adopting Agile/Scrum or Lean/Kanban process frameworks, with XP practices and DevOps core tenets related to people, process, and tools. Rohit is active volunteer in the Agile and Scrum communities at international conferences like Scrum Gatherings, Agile Singapore, etc... He is the co-founder for Agile Tour Singapore conference and organizer for ATSG15. In 2016, he co-hosted the first-ever Scrum Coaching Retreat in Singapore. Other contributions include Session reviewing for various Agile Conferences like Global Scrum Gathering® Bengaluru 2016. He is a big supporter of Agile community in Singapore and is the co-organizer and co-facilitator for following community meetups.
Sharan Mangalore has more than 13 years of IT project/product development and process improvement knowledge in technology related projects. He has worked in the telecommunications R&D, financial services, defense and Healthcare industries for numerous companies including Motorola, Agilent Technologies, Thales Security and Allscripts Healthcare IT. Sharan has utilized Agile principles to drive culture change and improve business and technology processes that have resulted in significant improvements in cost, customer delivery and satisfaction, quality and employee morale. Sharan has worked as developer, ScrumMaster, Product Owner, and Agile community coach. Sharan is currently working in NUS-ISS as Agile Program-Practice lead where he is involved in teaching, coaching and consulting to Masters in Technology students and working professionals. Sharan is an organizing member of Singapore Agile community where he organizes events, seminars, and conferences.