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Story Mapping Workshop
Practice techniques for defining MVP (Minimal Viable Product) and order your Product Backlog from a customer centric approach
Feb. 20, 9:00-11:00
Advanced Managerial Practices
How to differentiate yourself as an Agile leader with the help of Management 3.0 practices and great facilitation techniques.
Feb. 22 9:00-11:00
Learn Jira practices that will make your life easier, your progress more measurable and flow of work more manageable
Feb. 21 9:00-11:00
Creative thinking - for Agile teams
A unique workshop that will boost your creativity - as an Agile leader or practitioner
Feb. 23 9:00-11:00
About the Talks and Speakers
Erez Morabia, Rapyd
Don't miss your chance for improvement
We are puzzled too much whether to use story points vs. time, but sometimes miss the bigger picture - what should we really measure.
A software engineering manager and a pragmatic agile coach, striving for high performing teams. Worked in small startups as well as big corporates. Certified trainer, mentor, and lecturer for business agility in the Israeli industry and globally. Passionate mentor, optimistic motivator, patient listener, creative resolver and self-learner.
Evelien Acun-Roos, Xebia
5 ways to boost your Scrum!
Are you working in an Agile environment and are you using Scrum?
Attend this session to get tips on how to boost your Srum.
By using brain science, new techniques and structures, self organization, a good Scrum Master and the Scrum Values, your team can go from a mediocre to a high performing team.
- Understand what Scrum is really all about
- Understand what the advantages are if you Scrum well
- Learn how to improve the way you are working with Scrum
With over more than 12 years in the Agile environment, I now fully focus on sharing knowledge; teaching, conferences, developing and improving of trainings and trainers. As a trainer at Xebia Academy I focus on teaching. I teach trainings from Scrum.org and I am also certified to teach the ‘Training From the Back of the Room’ and have co-created the Virtual Edition of it with Sharon Bowman.
Segev Baron, Sage
Less is more - how we squeezed our working week and improved in every aspect
"No way, we have so much to do, we'll never get it done on time" - This was the immediate response Segev received when he first presented the idea of the 4-day workweek to his team.
A year later, they made an extensive experiment in which the Sage Israeli R&D hub adapted the 4-day workweek, Segev offers his perspective on measuring results rather than time, increasing team engagement, reducing stress, and finding the true balance between work and life while delivering without compromises.
Segev Baron is a Senior Director of Engineering at Sage and leads Sage’s Israeli R&D hub, which builds modern AI-driven tools for financial automation and analysis.
Yuval Koren, Micro Focus
The value in VSM and how to stop wasting your time
The Value Stream Mapping (VSM) process is a powerful tool that can help you to identify and eliminate waste in your organization's processes. VSM can help you to deliver faster results by identifying and eliminating non-value-added activities. In addition, VSM can help you to improve communication and collaboration among team members, as well as improve your understanding of the end-to-end process. In this session we will learn the basics of the VSM methodology and showcase how we, as an R&D group, used it to improve our processes.
Yuval Koren is an R&D Director at MicroFocus with 15 years' experience making software in the field of Application Lifecycle Management, helping customers to manage their digital transformation. By leading MicroFocus new VSM methodology in recent years, Yuval has become an expert on Value Stream Optimization, implementing VSM capabilities into the company ValueEdge framework to help customers optimizing their processes.
With a background as an instructor in the I.A.F, and an Instructor at Hi-Tech Colledge, I have made many presentations during my carrier. More recenty, I am presenting and demoing the VSM methodology to customers all over the world, such as BMW, Hastings, Airbus.
Anat Geller & Arona Maskil, Trainingcq
Build Your Cultural Agility
A presentation that will raise your awareness of the importance of working from a global mindset, to comfortably and effectively work in and with people from different cultures.
Working across countries and time zones through virtual means of communication presents a challenge in and of itself; adding cultural differences only increases these challenges. In an interactive presentation, we will showcase how building "cultural agility" will enable you to work from a global mindset perspective to build trusting and sustainable work relationships.
Idan Tapiro, HRplus
The managers are not the problem. Upskill your business, the way to increase employee productivity.
How hard we work on recruiting. How much money and time is invested in finding, filtering, and even convincing suitable candidates and candidacies. All this, yet in today's market people leave and jump to another job easily. Is it all salary and conditions? How much of a person's decision to leave the organization is related to dealing with their manager?
In this talk Idan will speak about your opportunity to influence the company's performance.
Working according to core competencies generates higher productivity, allows a more correct movement of the tasks within the work processes, enables efficiency and effectiveness of the employees, which allows for higher engagement.
What will you get?
Skills mapping for recruitment
Division of tasks according to the skills of the team
Evaluation of employees according to abilities and skills
A tool for digital skills mapping
Possibility of self-assessment of abilities
Idan Tapiro is a partner and co-founder at HRplus. In the last decade, he has been leading the concept of "Skills is Life" that is being implemented as an HR strategy in many organizations.
Eli Pripaz Cohen, Bank Hapoalim
How to start a revolution?
Backstage tips on how to transform a 100 years old organization to agility within 3 months.
Based on my experience from Bank Hapoalim.
Eli Pripaz is a lead Agile coach, forming and leading the agile implementation in 4 R&D Tribes at Bank Hapoalim.
He is an experienced agile coach, with over 10 years’ experience in Agile and more than 20 years’ experience in the high-tech world as a developer, Scrum Master and change agent, with proven remarkable results from multiple organizations such as SAP, Nice and Bank Hapoalim.
Patricia Kong, Scrum.org
If you want your teams to be curious, you need to facilitate better
The goal of curiosity is to further one’s understanding, yet research shows that only about 5% of team members consider curiosity to be a skill that is valuable for organizations in the future*. Curiosity, “the strong desire to know or learn something” is what helps people seek achievement and further develop their mindsets. It invites feedback. In the context of an agile or Scrum Team, it’s what helps them improve their capabilities, identify customer satisfaction gaps and deliver values.
Agility is based on curiosity and it's an agilist’s superpower, yet it needs effective facilitation to be unlocked and nurtured in a team. In this talk, Patricia Kong explores how to use curiosity as the building block for growth. She shares how facilitation can help spark a curious culture in the organization and especially during the Scrum events with some tangible tips along the way.
Why curiosity is a human characteristic that diminishes and how that can affect teams and organizations
Why the lack of curiosity in organizations is a sure way to maintain the status quo and reduces its ability to pivot quickly
How effective facilitation turns curiosity into action
Patricia Kong is Product Owner of Enterprise Agility and Learning at Scrum.org. She helps organizations thrive in a complex world by focusing on enterprise innovation, leadership and teams. She is a people advocate and fascinated by organizational behavior and misbehaviors. She emerged through the financial services industry and has led product development, product management and marketing for several early stage companies in the US and Europe. She is a co-author of the book, The Nexus Framework for Scaling Scrum as well as the Guide to Evidence-Based Management and Nexus Guide. Patricia lived in France and now lives in her hometown of Boston.
Talks from key international speakers & thought leaders
Case studies from industry leaders
Introduce Agile implementations behind the scenes
will take place as a hybrid conference
Along the entire day we will broadcast live & f2f: