In 2020, due to the pandemic, the whole conference was moved to the online. All the talks, with the exception of the keynotes and the discussion panel were held in two parallel tracks. After each talk there was a Q&A session to allow more contact with the attendees.
A Welcome from Geoff Watts
Mary Poppendieck & Tom Poppendieck
Resilience is not a Luxury
Talk—Coaching toolkit for remote team set-ups
High sensitivity—how to use it as one of scrum master’s super powers
Switching from Scrum to Kanban? Forget it!
A real road map or just a bus stop timetable?
Bumpy Road to Releaseable Increments
Is the Design Sprint a one time thing?
Coaching for an Agile Mindset
I’ve got this really good idea…
You Are Doing Autonomy Wrong
Make it Easy
Researchers as Supporting Cast for Agile Teams
Ender Yüskel, Christian Eske Bruun
What have we learned from recruiting and onboarding for agile teams?
Change—How to start a movement.
Karol Krawiec, Andrii Glushchenko
Agile Transformation in COVID-19 pandemic
Want better Scrum Masters? Let them be RETRAINED
What did we learn when visiting the Toyota factory?
Kicking off an effective coaching engagement
AgileByExample 2020: Discussion panel
The panel was moderated by Andy Brandt.
All the workshops were 3–3.5 hour long. The participants could choose one workshop in the morning and another in the afternoon session.
Bringing organizational agility to life: using systems thinking in agile coaches work
Lean Startup mindset and how to deal with ever—changing market conditions.
Marta Orbitowska, Paulina Orbitowska-Fernandez
Agile Education, education tailored to the competences of the future
Magdalena Rudzka, Jolanta Marszewska
Inception—how to get everyone aligned on product vision and goals? Learn facilitation techniques in practice.
Ewa Koprowska, Łukasz Szóstek
VBD Primer in practice
Seeing System Dynamics: System Modelling with Causal Loop Diagrams
Put your idea to The Really Good Idea Test®
4 steps to empathic communication in your team
Bartosz Juszczak, Wiktor Bakalarski
On the trail of product strategy
Kate Hobler (Terlecka)
Building a Scrum Master and agile coach development programs