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- After Agile, DevOps, and Lean IT: Modern Methodology in the Age of Disruption
Ian Buchanan, Developer Partisan, Atlassian
- How to Ensure Your Backlog Will Deliver Customer Value
Dan Olsen, Product Consultant and Author, Olsen Solutions
- Agile at Scale: Lessons From the Mongolian Horde and Others
Matthew Lawrence, Group Product Manager, Atlassian
- Agile Fundamentals
Joyce Vargas, Program Manager, Agile Scrum Master, Atlassian
- Shu Ha Ri: Exploring the Art of Flow
Joyce Vargas, Program Manager, Agile Scrum Master, Atlassian
- Team-Powered Transformation
Rob Marchiori, General Manager Transformation, ANZ
Chris Kindler, Product Owner Operational Tooling, ANZ
- Beyond Jira: The Wall of Work
Keith Nottonson, Senior Director, Development, Optimizely
- Distributed Agile Teams: Trello's Tips on Making Them Work
Jordan Mirchev, Growth and product marketing, Trello, Atlassian
- Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Important Lessons Learned as New Scrum Masters
Lindsay Czopur, Scrum Master, Turning Technologies
Kay Varacalli, Scrum Master, Turning Technologies
- Designing for Agile Delight! Customer Obsessed Innovation at Intuit
Ian Maple, Enterprise Agile Leader, Intuit
After Agile, DevOps, and Lean IT: Modern Methodology in the Age of Disruption
In an age of disruption, increasingly complex and chaotic problems demand emergent or completely novel practices. Decades-old practices no longer work, raising difficult questions about the role of management in a world being disrupted by technology:
How do we embrace diversity and inclusion for resilience without sacrificing efficiency or create psychological safety?
Navigate external market forces and internal cultural changes?
This session will go beyond Agile, DevOps, and Lean IT to share a novel perspective on your roles in in a rapidly changing technological landscape to help you build a future-proof organization.
How to Ensure Your Backlog Will Deliver Customer Value
Improving your Agile dev process is important. But even if your Agile dev process is going well, you need to make sure the stories you're putting in your backlog are actually going to create customer value. Come learn best practices in understanding customer needs, prioritization, and how to make sure you're building a product that's superior to your competition.
Agile at Scale: Lessons From the Mongolian Horde and Others
As agile methodologies go mainstream, enterprises want to know how they can make agile work at scale. Unfortunately, becoming an agile organization is not as simple as following a canned methodology. Join Matthew Lawrence, Atlassian Group Product Manager for Agile at Scale Solutions, to learn how the concept of agile organizations goes back thousands of years, why agile is a cultural phenomenon and, how you can be as agile as a Mongolian horde to help drive cultural change.
What is agile? Where did it come from, and how can it help me?
This session will go through a history of agile, including the origins of waterfall, the Toyota Production System and lean manufacturing, the creation of the agile manifesto, and how these all lead to the modern agile development frameworks we use today. By exploring the original design and intent behind agile principles and practices, we'll also uncover common pitfalls to agile adoption, and insights into overcoming them.
Shu Ha Ri: Exploring the Art of Flow
An Olympic swimmer. A symphony composer. A master craftsman. These are all people that experience flow; they are able to perform their work at the highest possible levels of human achievement. Shu Ha Ri is a Japanese concept that describes the stages of learning to mastery, and is often used to describe the journey of agile maturity. In this session, we'll explore concepts for maximizing efficiency on agile teams, and how they transform from "doing agile" to "being agile"—reaching a state of optimal achievement and performance.
Discover how ANZ is “turning the tanker” with more productive teams. In the world of finance, change is a way of life. Triggered by traditional and non-traditional competitors, regulators, and evolving customer expectation, the scale and pace of change is challenging for any large organization. And maneuvering an oil tanker in rough seas has never been easy. ANZ Bank is a 180-year-old company with 40,000 employees. As it prepares for the next era, ANZ is intent on moving at the speed customers expect—with the agility of a speedboat, and stability of a tanker.
We'll explore how we have leveraged collaborative tooling as a key enabler of success to empower cultural and operational transformation through new ways of working, talent development, investment planning and delivery acceleration.
Beyond Jira: The Wall of Work
Over the past few years, Optimizely grew from a single-product company built by a handful of engineers and designers to a multi-product company built by many teams. But, its development processes didn't adapt fast enough to keep up with growth. Engineers had too many dependencies in flight, designers were added too late in the process to be effective, and the highest value work wasn't properly prioritized.
Hear how one startup moved from chaos to scrum and beyond by implementing Enterprise Service Planning (ESP) and the seven kanban cadences, and by creating a fifty foot wall of work. The result: increasing overall velocity while decreasing time to customer value across multiple products.
Distributed Agile Teams: Trello's Tips on Making Them Work
Remote teams are here to stay. But, can they be a part of a thriving agile culture? Absolutely.
Learn about the hidden benefits of remote work and follow Trello's journey in adopting agile among globally distributed teams. We'll share our simple rules and guidelines for success as well as tips for building a strong team culture, good communication, and getting team-buy in.
Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Important Lessons Learned as New Scrum Masters
Nonexistent processes, broken feedback loops, failed team communication, lack of transparency; these are a few of the many obstacles that plague Agile implementations.
Join Scrum Masters Lindsay Czopur and Kay Varacalli and learn how to battle common challenges organizations face with the proper tools and processes. And how the Atlassian suite can can be your biggest aide in empowering teams.
Designing for Agile Delight! Customer Obsessed Innovation at Intuit
Innovating effectively in an Agile environment is no easy feat. Learn how Intuit applies an innovation culture and their own "Design for Delight" (D4D) process to deliver and enhance their enterprise agility program—and keep both internal teams and customers happy.
Explore this unique process around customer-driven innovation, deep customer empathy, and how to navigate rapid iterations with customers. Learn about how they applied their agile D4D process to solve key customer problems, and leave with the knowledge of how to deliver both features and customer delight.
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