13.30 – 14.00
Mjølner, Jens Bæk Jørgensen

14.00 – 14.30
eBay, Søren Trudsø Mahon

14.30 – 15.00
Bankdata: Katrine Hald Kjeldsen

15.00 – 15.30
Strongminds: Mads Bach-Sørensen

15.30 – 15.30 Drinks and network

Mjølner: Jens Bæk Jørgensen

Time: 13.30 – 14.00
Location @ Student House:

Processes Help, People Rock!

There is solid evidence that large-scale software development projects are inherently difficult. As project managers, as companies and as a society, we should look for ways to do better. Good processes, including agile processes, can help us. However, having excellent people on a project continuously is what really matters. As an effect, being able to recruit excellent people and keep them on board become essential. For this talk, I will discuss some aspects of processes and the people who create and use them, and in particular the interplay between processes and people. of the presentation is in the making.

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eBay: Søren Trudsø Mahon

Time: 14.00 – 14.30
Location @ Student House:

Experimenting with Agile software

Our journey, experimenting with software, from code to business. Feature flags, scientist and a/b testing.

Bankdata: Katrine Hald Kjeldsen

Time: 14.30 – 15.00
Location @ Student House:

Scaling Agile While You’re Hitting The Ground Running

Imagine doing a full-scale agile transformation from scratch, from bottom to top, in an enterprise organization with a traditional DNA.

Then imagine simultaneously having to make 20 teams cooperate, handle dependencies, clarify essential business needs across 11 banks, and deliver integrated functionality.

As an agile coach turned program coach I have been in the eye of the storm in this process, and I would love to share some war stories on scaling agile in a volatile setting. Both about some of the great choices we made – and the not so great.

A central question is: if I were to start all over, what would I do?

Strongminds: Mads Bach-Sørensen

Time: 15.00 – 15.30
Location @ Student House:

Teaming with Features in the Future

As a Scrum Master, I have had the joy of being a part of a team that successfully developed and launched a social app with millions of downloads in less than six months.  That was only possible because we were backed up 100% by the organization and had all essentials near at hand.

But how do you keep up pace and minimize “time to market” after that first successful delivery when you get back to the daily grind and reality hits?

How do you keep teams challenged, motivated and engaged after the “high” of the launch?

We had a retrospective and decided to make the switch to feature teams. It is looking good, but it hasn’t been a walk in the park…

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