AgileByExample 2018

ABE17

ABE17

In 2017 we moved to the largest cinema venue in Warsaw – Multikino Złote Tarasy, where the main room can hold over 700 participants. All the talks, with the exception of the keynotes, lightning talks and the discussion panel were held in two parallel tracks. We continued with the established ABE format – the keynotes were 50 mins long and the other talks were either 30 or 15 min.

Keynotes

Alistair Cockburn
The heart of Agile

Donald Reinertsen
Making Money with Variability

Talks

In 2017 we had 8 different thematic sessions.

Projects


Clifford Shelley
The Software Project Considered Harmful

Michał Rączka
I hate projects, I love projects!

P. Nabielec, M. Borkowska-Bierć, P. Gawliczek
1 year of transformation—our story

Transformations


Géza Mihala
Codefin, or the fine art of knowing what to do and when and why

Mikael Lundgren
Leading Agile

Andy Brandt
Empirical scaling—a different approach to Agile at scale

Jarosław Czaja
How to build a lasting company?

Product


Ingrid Domingues
Realizing the desired outcome

Sara Leren
Smart user testing

Anna Walczak
Building and working with the road map

Adam Jeziorski
Design embedded

Panel

In 2017 the lineup of the panel was spectacular.

Check it out on YouTube.

The panel was moderated by Andy Brandt.

Alistair Cockburn
Esther Derby
Tom Gilb
Donald Reinertsen
Dave Snowden

Lightnings

Paweł Brodziński
Open Salaries

Peter Stevens
10 Things to Tell Your Management about Scrum and Agile

Jakub Bażela
Millennials are not from Mars

Radek Lont
Listening

Paweł Wrzeszcz
Value over Practices

Tom Gilb
Quantifying Music

Mel Pullen
Marketing your company

Alistair Cockburn
Growing Gomoku

Barry Overeem
Liberate Europe

Dojo

All the workshops were 3–3.5 hour long. The participants could choose one workshop in the morning and another in the afternoon session.

Barry Overeem
The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master

Ben Linders
Increasing your Agility

Dan Vacanti
Agile Metrics, Forecasting, and Predictability

Jakub Szczepanik
Practices that can help you succeed with your agile journey

James Priest
Good enough for now, safe enough to try — Sociocracy 3.0 Patterns for effective collaborative decision making (that scale)

Jerzy Stawicki
Team flow: simulation with experiments

Judy Rees
Uncovering Your Team’s Unknown Knowns With Clean Language

Krystyna Abraham-Walasiak
Working styles and their impact on a team

Małgorzata Kowalczewska
First to understand, then to be understood

Marysia Lachowicz, Kamil Tyburski
Design Thinking

Melissa Lang, Christel Sohnemann
Tribal Toolkit: Understanding within Teams

Melissa Lang, Christel Sohnemann
Tribal Toolkit: No-one left behind — Decision-Making in Teams

Paweł Kmiotek
Let’s together create a team metric

Paweł Kmiotek
Soft Skills Randori — soft skills deliberate practice

Paweł Wrzeszcz
Lean Canvas—Evaluate Your Next Business Idea

Peter Stevens
Getting Started with Personal Agility, the Simple Framework For Doing More That Matters

Rafał Markowicz
How can Scrum Masters help Product Owners in Product Backlog creation

Sara Leren, Ingrid Domingues
Impact-driven product management — how to build the right thing

Organizers

Emilka-Bojanczyk
Emilka Bojańczyk
Lukasz-Szostek
Łukasz Szóstek
Magda-Dobruk
Magda Dobruk
magda zebrowska
Magda Żebrowska
Mateusz-Srebrny
Mateusz Srebrny
Piotr-Burdylo
Piotr Burdyło

Program Committee

Andy-Brandt-
Andy Brandt
Ewa-Gowin
Ewa Gowin
Iza-Gozdzieniak
Izabela Goździeniak
Jacek-Wieczorek
Jacek Wieczorek
Jakub-Szczepanik
Jakub Szczepanik
krystian kaczor
Krystian Kaczor
Lukasz-Szostek
Łukasz Szóstek
Mateusz-Srebrny
Mateusz Srebrny
pawel nowak
Paweł Nowak
pawel_rymkiewicz3
Paweł Rzymkiewicz
tomek wykowski
Tomasz Wykowski
Wòjcech_Makùrôt
Wòjcech Makùrôt

ABE since 2011