AgileByExample 2014 Конференция
29 Oct 2014 (till 31 Oct 2014)
First AgileByExample conference was held in 2011. Since then every year has been larger, more content intensive and more spectacular. This fall we will meet in Warsaw again to share and discuss Lean & Agile.
AgileByExample 2014 at a glance
- fourth edition of an international event
- focused on organizing and managing work in software developent
- thanks to ABE13 feedback - the venue will be a cinema again - unbeaten comfort of large screen & comfy seats.
- keynotes, presentations, discussions and workshops, all in English.
Call for Speakers
We are looking for speakers.
This year we are focusing on our "by example" theme, therefore we are looking for real life cases, adoption reports, etc. We'd like you to share examples of adopting particular practices (pick one and dive into details) or failure examples and reasons (we are all interested in avoiding same mistakes). During your submission you will be asked to say which practice is your talk about.
All "by example" talks in the main track will be 15-20 minutes long.
Also - should you have more than one topic to present do not hestiate and submit them all.
Call for Trainers
We are looking for trainers for the Lean Agile Dojo.
Last year on day three we did a series of half day workshops which were extremely popular. This year we want to make it even better. The workshop should be 3-3.5 hour long and be for 15-30 people.
You can check last year workshops here for reference.
All speakers and trainers will get free ticket for the conference (Dojo is excluded). We are not covering transportation and accommodation.
We are closing Call for Speakers & Trainers on August 31st. The final list of speakers and trainers will be available by the end of September.
Докладчики на ревью (42)
Krzysztof CzajkaFeedback candies
Paweł WrzeszczLeadership Game - experience command-and-control, self-organizing and coaching leadership styles
Paweł WrzeszczLean Canvas - Evaluate Your Business Idea
Paweł WrzeszczEffective Communication Techniques
Paweł WrzeszczStaying On Track
Dominik BorowiecProactiveness Group – energizing by agility
Michał TrzaskowskiTesting usability with end users
Marek KirejczykProject teams vs. Product Teams
Olli-Pekka MäkirintalaSimulate your sprint to find problems before they fail your sprint
Radek LontX-Y management
Radek LontScrumMaster retrospective
Radek LontIT DOJO
Dariusz WylonInter-cultural awareness and communication for IT teams
Michał ŚlizakCreeping Agile - changing the flock one sheep at a time
Dariusz WylonService design for a software company
Dariusz WylonCoaching as an organizational DNA
Paweł FelińskiBuild Team Right
Paweł FelińskiBuild Right Things - Techniques of Business Value Determination
Paweł FelińskiGroup Roles in Conflict
Paweł FelińskiBuild Right Things - Business Value Workshop
Grzegorz GubińskiNew Way to Change Culture
Grzegorz GubińskiStorming Retrospective
Karol Traczykowski5 reasons to use V2MOMs at your company
Tomek PająkWar stories about Scaled Agile Framework
Kamil SzymańskiDevOps for Humans: Ansible dojo
Dawid PytelIs my Agile really better than yours?
Andriy Mudryy12 questions I was asked as Agile practitioner
Grzegorz GubińskiCreating Unrivalled Products
Kate TerleckaScrum Master's toolkit
Kate TerleckaThe concept and tools of Value creation
Kate TerleckaDarwin, anti-fragility and brains - how we're hardwired to be agile and how we are taught not to be
Kate TerleckaWhat went wrong (and what can we learn form it)?
Kasia MrowcaWhy MoSCow failed?
Marek KirejczykPower of Aligment
Paweł RzymkiewiczHow Scrum Masters improve the organization @ Allegro
Marek KirejczykScaling Scrum with Less
Marek KirejczykAgile Game Changers
Sławomir BrykThe art of crafting runes - how we put more fun in our daily standups
Sławomir BrykWhat grandparents taught me about agility
Michal Vallo5 Millions of Euro - Serious money or just a small change?
Daniel SkowrońskiManagement 3.0 Workout - Games, Tools & Practices to Engage People, Improve Work, and Delight Clients
Andrzej WinnickiHow to build MVP with Walking Skeleton and Story Mapping - case study
Jakub JurkiewiczTime traveling for you and your team
Michał NowostawskiWorking per hour or working per task?
Krzysztof KosackiTimebox freaking everything
Michał ParkołaThinking tools for Product Owners
Ilmari KontulainenRemote working and holacracy in startup context
Konrad SynoradzkiThe 80% case. Surprising results of iterative A/B testing at Allegro.
Paweł SłowikowskiA dead Scrum Master is a useless Scrum Master
Paweł SłowikowskiMake it Visible - Progress in a sprint
Sara LerénImpact-driven Scrum development
Antonello NardiniScrum for no software projects
Kasia MrowcaAgile Project Management Anty-Patterns
Kasia MrowcaCommunication boost by visualization
Kasia MrowcaArt of saying NO
Kasia MrowcaFeature gluttony
Michał PrządkaProduct Ownership as a full-time job
Simon ColmerTest Driven Development - Back to basics (.NET)
Krzysztof DanielWhy agile is not good for your company...
Joy KelseyAre we ready yet
Łukasz SzóstekJust how much upfront design and architecture do you need?
Łukasz KrupaAgile Leadership revealed!
Piotr MaksimczykHey Mister! Help me measure my team’s agility. A journey towards the ultimate agility metric.
Łukasz KrupaScrum City Game - new way of learning.
Wiktor ŻołnowskiBeyond Kanban - Continuous Delivery & Single Batch Flow
Mariusz SieraczkiewiczStructured soft skills (not only) for Technical Leaders
Mariusz SieraczkiewiczArchitectural Mantra – foundation of software team work
Mariusz SieraczkiewiczConflicts resolution for geeks
Michał LipskiBrutal coding constraints