Topic: La Casa de Scrum
About the topic: “Scrum is a lightweight framework that provides the minimum boundaries where teams can self-organize to solve complex solutions through empiricism. This simple framework is very powerful but it is frequently source of misunderstandings and misapplications. It is important to understand what is and what is not Scrum as well as the core purpose of its elements. Things like: Three questions need to be answered during the Daily Scrum, each Sprint may be considered a project with no more than a one-month horizon, Scrum Master should resolve team’s conflicts, Product Owner needs to attend the Sprint Retrospective, The Development Team commits to the Sprint Backlog … Are they Scrum facts or not? In this interactive session we will discuss the facts or myths above and many more so that we can fix some frequent misapplications and amplify the benefits we can get from Scrum.”
COST OF DELAY IN ACTION (Workshop in Workshop hall):
About the workshop:
Your people are a very scarce commodity, you need to make sure they are working on the most important thing at every given moment. Help them with this by making your investment decisions with open eyes. If prioritisation is still a guessing game for your business, or when it comes down to it the highest paid persons opinion carrying more influence than it should then I have the workshop for you. This workshop will: Explain the Cost of Delay concept and; Put Cost of Delay into action with a workshop based on a building project. The exercise has been abstracted from the SAFe City exercise created by Mark Richards.
About the speaker: Currently Leonardo is a Scrum Master consultant at Mastercard in Dublin, Ireland. He is passionate about Software Development where I have been working in over the past 13 years. Focused on building high performance teams through Agile and/or Lean adoption, he is enthusiastic about Lean and Agile mindset in the Software Development industry as the transformation agent to create products that matters. He has a Bsc. in Computer Science and Diplomas in Project and Product Management. He is also CSM (Certified Scrum Master), PMI-ACP (PMI – Agile Certified Practitioner), PSM I and PSM II (Professional Scrum Master I and II), PSPO I (Professional Scrum Product Owner I), PSD I (Professional Scrum Developer I), SAFe 4.0 Product Manager/Product Owner and SAFe Advanced Scrum Master as well as SPS (Scale Professional Scrum).