REMOTE Track — Gigler Zimmer (9)

14:00 - 14:45

Beyond WIP Limits: How to Improve your Kanban System Featured

Speaker: Sally Sloley
Language: English
Format: Talk

Kanban has been the most useful tool I’ve ever come across. I use it daily. I have personal boards, I build boards for my kids, I use them at work, and I train others so they can do the same. This workshop will be an introduction to the power of kanban once you've got the basics down. If you are looking to move beyond just visualizing your work and limiting your wip, this workshop is for you. Everyone who attends will get access to a .pdf workbook that they can use to collect their ideas and make notes of the things they want to try next. Join me to learn how to take a boring task list and turn it into something that will motivate you to get things from doing to done!

Learning objectives:
• Understanding why kanban is so powerful
• Learn how your board can reveal challenges and learn what you can do about them
• Collect actions you can use to take your kanban board to the next level

Sally Sloley
Sally Sloley is an Agile Coach, she specializes in Visual Agile Management and works mostly in Sydney, Australia. Sally cut her agile chops at Microsoft, where she worked as a technical web person for over 20 years. Her agile experience spans a variety of industries, from high-tech to telecom to financial to airline. Sally is a co-founder of multiple Lean Coffees, enjoys organizing agile conferences like LAST, and speaks internationally.
Sally is an AKT with Kanban University, accredited in Lean Agile Visual Management through Modus Institute.
Remote / Streaming: Gigler Zimmer / Laptop required
19:00 - 22:00


Salættl – Der BlumenPavillon, Erzherzog-Johann-Allee 3, Graz



Netzwerken mit den agilen Experten, den Tag Revue passieren lassen, bei bester Verpflegung - so sollte ein erfolgreicher Konferenztag enden.
Wir laden dich ein zur Abendveranstaltung in der entspannten Atmosphäre des Cafe Salaettl am Donnerstag, 20.Oktober, um 19 Uhr.

So kommst du dorthin:
Mit der Buslinie 39 (Richtung Urnenfriedhof) 7 Minuten fahren, an der Haltestelle "Zinzendorfgasse" aussteigen, und dann nur noch 4 Minuten zu Fuß gehen.


16:15 - 17:00

Agile Beschaffung und Beschaffung agiler Projekte Featured

Speaker: Thomas Molitor
Sprache: Deutsch
Format: Vortrag

Was führt zu erfolgreichen Projekten? Wir glauben, es ist der Austausch zwischen den involvierten Parteien, also dem Beschaffer und dem Anbieter, die gemeinsame Verständnisbildung und die Klärung gegenseitiger Fragen. Agile Vorgehensweisen fördern und fordern diesen intensiven Austausch explizit. Warum sollten wir diesen dann nicht auch in der Beschaffung selbst fördern und fordern? Was hindert uns daran, unsere Energie, statt in lange Anforderungskataloge mit unzähligen fachlichen und technischen Spezifikationen zu verschwenden, in einen gemeinsamen Dialog zur Erkenntnisgewinnung und gegenseitigem Kennenlernen zu lenken?
Wir sind der Meinung: nichts. Der Fokus in den Beschaffungen sollte sich ändern, damit sich Beschaffer und Anbieter möglichst früh kennenlernen und zusammen lernen können.

Lernziele a) Was sind die relevanten Erfolgsfaktoren für die Beschaffung agiler Projekte?
b) Wie schreibe ich heute etwas aus, dass sich morgen verändern kann?
c) Wie kann dies geschickt Vertrag gestaltet werden?"

Speaker Bio:
Thomas Molitor
Neben seiner Tätigkeit bei crossmind ist Thomas Molitor Gründer von agile.agreement, Mitgründer der agilist cooperative und dem PURE Framework und SwissICT-Fachgruppenmitglied Lean-Agile-Scrum. Er hat über 20 Jahre Erfahrung als Unternehmer, Consultant, Projektleiter und Software Engineer.
Remote / Streaming: Gigler Zimmer
15:00 - 15:45

Improving Transformation Results in Corporate Organisations with Adaptivity That Fits Featured

Speaker: Roland Flemm & Alexey Krivitsky
Language: English
Format: Talk

Many Corporates struggle to adopt agile in a way that it delivers on its promise to make the company fast, flexible and efficient. Global consultancy firms have great pitches on how to adopt agile framework. The marketing slides are great, but are the results too?

Context is everything. We believe that every corporate needs to discover their own Agile adoption path. Your adoption is unique and cannot be replicated to other corporates. However, we also see similarities and recurring patterns that you might want to consider to reduce risk and increase the success chances of your transformation journey.

In this workshop, we propose a context-driven approach to find the level of adaptivity that fits your situation and appetite for agility. We want to offer a realistic palette of corporate transformation strategies.

Learning objectives
Participants of this talk will learn:
— Understand what a starting point of minimal agility is.
— How LeSS and LeSS Huge frameworks can be seen as a perfection vision rather than an unreachable idealistic view.
— To identify pros and cons of different agile transformation approaches (wide and shallow over narrow and deep).
— Learn how to navigate the Adaptivity map to improve their implementation of agile at scale.
— To leverage results of Spotify/Tribes-like and SAFe adoptions, their positive and negative dynamics and how to move forward to overcome negative side effects and grow towards perfection.

In this interactive session, the participants will receive a hands-on thinking tool (a personalized Adaptivity map) that allows each participant to design a tailored, long-lasting roadmap to grow their organization adaptivity towards perfection.

Speaker Bio:

Roland Flemm worked for more than 20 years as an engineer in IT and has built 10 years of experience as Professional Scrum Trainer and agile transformation design consultant in corporate environments.

Alexey Krivitski
Alexey Krivitsky has been a developer, scrum master, conference producer, and speaker. He has written several books and is the inventor of lego4scrum. He is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and works as an organization agility coach.

Remote / Streaming: Gigler Zimmer
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