One of the original authors of the Agile Manifesto, dr. Alistair Cockburn will also visit us in October. Cockburn, not only pioneered agile methods with the family of Crystal Methods but is also known for his work in use cases.
Dave Snowden is a co-author of the Cynefin framework that helps to understand complex systems like organizations, although it has been used in other areas like healthcare, security or analysing impact of religion.
Both Lean Development and Product Development have been topics at ABE since the beginning. But there's not many speakers that cover both at the same time as informatively as Donald Reinertsen, a recognized product management author and consultant.
Esther Derby is a renown coach, founder of Scrum Alliance and a former director of Agile Alliance. Also she co-authored the bible of retrospectives—Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great.
Barry is a freelance Scrum Master and Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org. He’s an active member of the Scrum community and shares his insights and knowledge by speaking at conferences, facilitating workshops and writings blog posts.
Agile Project Manager at Xing.
David is the owner and author at ChangingMinds.org, the largest website in the world on how we change what other people think, feel, believe and do.
Gary is fascinated with emerging technology, its impact on society and potential for positive social change. He lives in Sweden with his wife and daughters Erin and Erika.
Geza is a seasoned software artisan who firmly believes that culture is at the heart of most things.
Ingrid is the woman behind Impact Mapping and Management.
I help teams cooperate effectively using proper lean and agile practices and have fun finding the best ways to achieve their goals.
Jakub cares about Software Craftsmanship and Domain Design.
Co-founder of Agile3M community, passionate builder of agile organisations.
Jerónimo supports small & large organisations transition from process-centric to value-centric systems, working at strategic level with top management and C-execs as well as functional teams to make transformations happen.
Judy Rees is a pioneer in online team-building, training and coaching, best known for her work with Clean Language.
An agile coach who's been living for three years in Indonesia helping hospitals to become more effective with their goals.
Mel, Scrum master from 2003, helps organisations become self-managed and hyper growth.
Agile coach working with several distributed teams at Xing.
Head of IT Strategy and Project Management at mBank.
Growing up north of the arctic circle, I eventually moved southwards to earn a M.Sc. in Computer Science. During the 90's I slowly became disillusioned over the way product development was conducted and started looking for alternative ways forward, eventually finding lean and agile in 2001. I have since worked as a leader, consultant and trainer in the area, eventually becoming a CST in 2006, and founding my own company Levla in 2011.
My spare time is spent producing videos on music production, socializing with family and friends, reading, writing, photographing (spending inordinate amounts of time sorting and tinkering with the photos afterwards) and occasionally playing Minecraft.
My interest is to understand and learn more about how large technology organizations best operate at the required speed and agility.
Nick currently works as Agile Lead at PwC in London.
I help people to grow so that the teams they work in can be even more effective.
Certified Scrum Trainer currently working on a book about Personal Agility.
Sara helps organizations grow by asking the question "Why?" a lot. Ever since her teenage punk rock years, she´s had a passion for inclusion and for keeping it simple and loves combining inclusive design with agile development.
The author of EVO method, pioneering use of metrics to drive project management.