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New Product Owner role in CT

A technology company based in Cape Town is looking for a Product Owner to join their product department.

Working closely with a dynamic product management team, you will start by structuring and communicating a vision for your product and then testing this with various thought-leaders from around the organisation. Performing solid and pragmatic analysis into the business requirement is essential. This process will have you engage with each corner of the company, including Marketing, Sales, Call Centers, Legal and others.

Continuously showing real business value and prioritizing features based on ROI, you must find ways to reduce the time to market whilst still ensuring maximum quality.

You will be responsible for accepting or rejecting the software, and make the call if it is viable to be released to customers.

Driving the final testing, acceptance and adoption of the working software within the company is a key final requirement of the process.

Not only is this role within the software development realm, but you will be key in continuously challenging and changing the paradigm to provide better processes and solutions for staff and customers

Qualifications and Experience

  •  Tertiary education with a minimum of two years business analysis experience
  • Experience in agile software development, especially in the Product Owner role, will be highly advantageous
  • Experience in working with technology or software-based products
  • Proven track record in project management

 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Structure and communicate a product vision
  • Initiate a project
  • Engage and represent various business stakeholders
  • Set clear goals for the development team to achieve
  • Create, groom, prioritize and order the product backlog based on real business value and ROI
  • Facilitate incremental and continuous feedback cycle between the software and the business stakeholders
  • Determine acceptance tests and facilitate the execution thereof
  • Compile and distribute information radiators which show transparent project progress
  • Retrospect and seek ways to continuous improve the introduction of new software into the business
  • Provide leadership, motivation and challenge a development team throughout the software development cycle

 

Should you know of anyone in your network who may be interested, please contact tcoleridge(at)mweb(dot)com

CPT Event Report – Scrum in the Pub

Continuing with our ‘events with a difference’ theme for this year, we decided to give the lecture hall a break this month and head down to the pub!

It was a beautiul Winters evening in Cape Town and Ferryman’s in the Waterfront played host to the first SUGSA Pub Quiz.

Four teams competed for a range of prizes and Sam, Karen and Austin did a fine job of playing Quiz Masters on the evening.

We played five rounds where each team had around 2 minutes to answer 5 Agile and Scrum related questions.

The founding fathers of the Agile Manifesto, the commonality between Jeff Sutherland and Tom Cruise and deciphering some pretty hectic acronyms all featured.

The ‘Killer Real Scrum Masters’ were the evenutual winners and each team member received a R200 voucher compliments of Kalahari.

Close in second position, with only 4 points behind, was ‘The Wall Flowers’.

All-in-all, a really fun evening where good times were had, good food and drink, and a lot learnt.

We have had some trouble with our video recorder, but with a bit of luck, we’ll be able to publish the full video online soon. In the meantime, have a look at our photo’s from the evening below.

 

10 local ‘Agilists’ to follow on Twitter

There is so much to share and learn about our industry on Twitter, and an impressive amount of this is contributed by South African’s! Here’s is a list of ten local Scrumsters that we recommend you follow on Twiiter.

In no particular order.

Annu AugustineAnnu Augustine (@annua)

‘Product Manager – Working on improving enterprise applications’

And not only product related, but daily tweets about the improvement of the organisation too!

 

Cara Faye (@cara_faye)

‘Agile-passionate Scrum Master and Facilitation Fanatic’

With a true specialisation in all things that need to be facilitated!

 

 

Carlo Kruger (@ironicbuddha)

‘Agile coach, DJ, chef, husband, pwnd by cats’

Carlo’s Twitter profile is the shortcut to some of the best Scrum and Agile articles and topics on the Internet.

 

Karen GreavesKaren Greaves (@karen_greaves)

‘Agile mentor, coach and trainer. Committee member of the Scrum User Group of South Africa. ‘

Not only on this list, but also features, internationally, among AgileScouts list Top Women in Agile Thought Leadership 2011. You go Karen!

 

Maritza van den Heuvel (@maritzavdh)Maritza van den Heuvel (@maritzavdh)

Learning Manager, parent, blogger, Kanban, problem-solving. Above all, learning organizations. In short, connectivist.

Showing us how to apply agile fundamentals into many others area’s of work and life!

 

Patrick VinePatrick Vine (@patrick_vine)

‘Dad, husband, medievalist. Scrum junkie desiring to deliver software better – both with process and design. Passion for solving technical            problems.’

With frequent links to his many fresh blog posts.

 

Rian van der MerweRian van der Merwe (@RianVDM)

Tweets about design, technology, software development, and the creative process.’

Turning user experience on it’s head, and always sharing his insights!

 

 

Sam LaingSamantha Laing (@samlaing)

‘My passion for agile is lived daily – another love is spending time outdoors, usually running trails ‘

 

 

 

Yes, we know, there are only nine 🙂

Help us come up with the tenth.

Who are your favourite South African Agilists in Twittersphere?

 

Cape Town May Event: Predictability vs Adaptability, who wins?

When:  3 May 2012, 6:00PM.   We are back to our Thursday slot

Who: Mandy Schoeman

Topic: Predictability vs Adaptability, who wins?

Venue: Allan Gray Portswood office in the Presentation Room on the third floor.

You can download a map here. Everyone parking in the Portswood parking area will have to pay for their own parking tickets. There is also parking available in Beach Road.

 

Sign up

 

Synopsis:

While classic waterfall is based on defined methods and stands for predictability, Agile is empirical and stands for adaptability.  Agile is not just about avoiding the pitfalls of developing the wrong software or product but is used to reduce overheads and keep them as low as possible. Considering both these methods have their own strengths and weaknesses, which one would you use to get the best business value and biggest return on investment (ROI)?

This practical workshop uses a fun game to demonstrate the benefits of choosing Agile over the traditional methods. Each attendee will receive the complete game instructions to enforce the benefits of BEING agile in their approach to software or product development.

 

A bit about Mandy Schoeman:

 

Mandy is a passionate people’s person with an enthusiasm for Scrum and Agile. She is a Professional Scrum Trainer with more than twenty years experience in the field of Further Education and Training.

Mandy uses training, coaching, agile games and facilitation techniques to help teams stay inspired focused and motivated, enabling them to reach their goals and achieve successful project delivery.

You can follow Mandy on Twitter (@MandySchoeman), check-out her website or connect with her on LinkedIn

December SUGSA event – Pecha Kucha

First of all, the fact that I am only blogging about last months event, a mere two hours from the start of this months event, is definite grounds for an apology! Better late than never they say?

The first Thursday in December. Four confident looking presenters got themselves geared up. No walk in the park this. Each presenter had only 6 minutes to get their message across. Each slide had to be no longer than 20 seconds. What I didn’t know, until that evening, was that each slide had to automatically be set to transition after 20 seconds. No pressure!

First up was Sheetal Gordhan. Scrum is not for the faint hearted was her topic!

I’m looking at my notes now, and I see the Ken Schwaber quote: “Scrum is hard”. And right next to that I have Sheetal paraphase: “This kak is hard”. I like Sheetal’s version 🙂 I remember us all having a good chuckle, leaned back in our seats and took in a nice big gulp on our drinks. Our evening was set, we were here to have some fun!

Sheetal’s presentation reminded us that only a small percentage of teams are actually successful in Scrum. It’s really not easy and we need to prepare ourselves when we embark on this journey. Even though there are 1,000’s of articles online, it’s still not enough to prepare us for what lies ahead.

I can honestly say that I, in 6 minutes, had learned more about what a newbie organisation to Scrum should expect than I have in any course attended or article read.

My favourite slide of Sheetal’s. Hmmm, this is a tough one, there are so many. I liked the Google statistics of how many results one can expect when searching for Scrum information. But one that really stood out for me was the All Blacks doing the haka. Titled ‘Scrum Rituals’.( Remember, this event was in early December, only a few weeks after the All Blacks were crowned World Champs!). What are your development teams rituals? The usual stand-up and retrospective, or do you have something unique?

Next up was Meloné van Heerden, with her presentation entitled, What makes a great leader. Meloné had recently attended a course on this subject, and used the opportunity to apply her learning’s into the software development, in particular, Scrum, environment. One could see that the learning’s had a big impact of her, as her talk was passionate and energetic.

The subject of an ‘authentic leader’. What is an authentic leader? Or rather, what makes a leader authentic? Mel took us through the 6 step of process of discovering the authentic ‘you’. A necessary self-awareness process. A look at intrinsic and extrinsic motivators.

My favourite slide of Meloné’s. I personally liked the way in which she modelled the need to effectively set a leadership example, with well-known figures. Nelson Mandela and Barrack Obama featured, with Obama’s family an example of how important it is to build a support network. But my favourite would have to be a slide which represented who we sometimes don’t change. Any guess who features? Have a look at the photo below.

Next up, the good man David Campey. David had an interesting approach. Each of his slides represented a photo he had taken of his agile working environment. We got to meet his team. His manager. His Product Owner.

It told a story of a project. Starting from a photo of his Product Owner, looking very visionary in a room with blue-sky type walls, through to photo’s of his team hard at planning, and ending with his team out on a boat trip 🙂

I’ve always found it fascinating to see how other organisations work. How they approach their Scrum repertoire. Especially local companies.

David’s presentation was recorded, so please have a look for yourself. I’ve already sent this out to my development teams. Motivational stuff!

And finally, Karen Greaves, who needed little introduction off course! Her talk was titled: “Agile Management: How to create a culture to help your team succeed.” It was awesome! Need I say more. Who thought a talk about management could be fun 🙂

Thank you to everyone that attended. And a big thank you to our four brave presenters. You were all superstars!

Cape Town – Final Details!

Wow, Johannesburg, what an event! Click here for some photos from this leg of the Gathering.

We’re looking forward to meeting you all in Cape Town on Tuesday and Wednesday next week! In preparation for a great Scrum Gathering we thought we’d send through some logistics to help you navigate the two days.

Dates

To to confirm, it’s Tuesday, 13 September and Wednesday, 14 September.

Getting there

The event will be held at Erinvale Estate Hotel (not Erinvale Golf Course – the entrances are next to each other, the hotel is on the right.) A map, directions and GPS co-ordinates can all be found at the Erinvale web site at http://www.erinvale.co.za/contactus.php.

When you arrive on Tuesday there will be parking behind the buildings on the hotel grounds. You will be directed by the Erinvale staff – so just ask.

The program

Registration and breakfast starts at 8:00am on Tuesday and breakfast starts at 8:30 on Wednesday, with the first activities of each day starting at 9:00am. The sessions end at 17:00 on each day. There will be two coffee breaks as well as lunch each day.

Click here for a detailed program itinerary, but don’t stress about printing a copy.  A colour program will be available in your goodie bag that you will receive when you register.

The speaker details can be seen at http://www.scrum.org.za/gathering-2/speaker-information.

Social Event

This year’s social event is sponsored by Fundamo and we look forward to joining you in the Magnolia Restaurant for drinks and post-Gathering socialisation on Tuesday evening, after the last sessions – around 5pm.

Connectivity

There will be WiFi access. WiFi vouchers will be available from the reception desk.

General

If you have any questions, please email info@scrum.org.za or catch one of us on the day at the registration desk or otherwise.

We look forward to having a great Scrum Gathering with you.

Johannesburg – are you ready?

Only one day to go before the Johannesburg Scrum Gathering. We hope you are as excited as we are.

Here is some information regarding the venue, times and general logistics.

Venue

To find the venue is easy. Choose the option that best suite your travel arrangements.
1) If you are coming from somewhere in JHB on one of the main highways, you can just download the map from the Sandton Convention Centre’s website: Map
2) If you are using a GPS: S26° 06.394 / E028° 03.221
3) If you are coming from the Sandton Gautrain Station: download a google map from our site

Parking

Parking is available under the Sandton Convention Centre. Entrance into this parking is in Alice Street between West and 5th Streets. This parking takes 300 cars. We are not the only conference on the day, so if this parking is full, please use the Sandton City and Nelson Mandela Square malls parking.

Parking tickets will be available at the registration desk on arrival, so you would not have to pay for your parking on the day.

Arrival

At the entrance of the Sandton Convention Centre you will find friendly Sandton Convention Centre hosts. They will assist you in finding the venue, so do ask them.

The Scrum Gathering is located in committee rooms 3-5. Registration will be open from 7:30. Come early to avoid traffic and have a snack + coffee with us.

Event

The event will start at 9:00 and will end at 19:00. Click here for a detailed program itinerary, but don’t stress about printing a copy.  A colour program will be available in your goodie bag that you will receive when you register.. A program will also be available in your goodie bag.

Wifi Access

Please get your wifi voucher at the registration desk on arrival if you need it.

Social

The social will be starting from 17:00 till 19:00. Join us for a drink and some snacks after the event and social with the best Scrum people in SA.

If there is anything else you need to know please email us and we will respond ASAP.

We’re looking forward to meeting you.

 

Gathering 2011 – Leopard Lounge, and more!

And we’re here! Only 2 days to go before the Johannesburg Gathering. We are hard at work finalizing those last minute details at the venues.

Even the most avid learners sometimes get full. The Leopard Lounge will be a place to relax when your brain is full and you need a break, or a place to connect between sessions and have those important conversations with other delegates which are what makes a Scrum Gathering special.

And, not only will there be dedicated tracks for the Scrum Master, the Product Owner, the Manager and the members of the team, but we also have a few extra’s planned.

Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect:

 

Mitch Lacey

   Board of Directors of Scrum Alliance

We have the pleasure this year of hosting Mitch Lacey, from the Scrum Alliance.

Mitch  is an Agile practitioner and trainer who has been managing projects for over twelve years with numerous plan-driven and Agile projects under his belt, including core enterprise services for Windows Live.

An author of numerous publications and a speaker at many Agile conferences, Mitch will be welcoming us at both the Johannesburg and Cape Town events. Mitch will be on hand during each day to answer any Scrum Alliance questions should you wish to catch up on what is happening in our international community.

 

Agile Games

   with Samantha Laing & Karen Greaves

Agile is about more than processes and tools. It’s about individuals and interactions, and there is no better way to experience this that by participating in agile games.

Get ready for a session of high energy and interaction. You’ll be sure to have new friends at the end of this one!

And the best bit is that we’re be having Agile Games at both the Johannesburg and Cape Town events.

 Phil Barrett

A hands-on introduction to sprint zero

   with Phil Barrett (CT Only)

Before you commit to writing too much code, it’s good to be sure you have got a big idea for your product that really works for users, and that stakeholders agree with the direction you’re taking. You need a phase to explore ideas, and get feedback from users, before you get stuck into your sprints. This makes sure you start off climbing the right mountain, rather than realising you’re on the wrong one when you’re half way up.

Creating prototypes in code is expensive and slow, when you’re on the hunt for the right version of the big idea.

UCD techniques can really help. Paper and pencil prototypes are cheaper than code and work well enough at the very early stages of a project. They let you explore more ideas in less time.

In the workshop you’ll get a chance to:
– Use personas and scenarios as a way to get new ideas
– Create a cheap paper/digital prototype that is good enough for testing
– Run a usability test

.. and we’ll cover the reasons why it works and why it’s good for your business, your team and your sanity.

 

Agile Jazz

   with Andrew Coote (CT Only)

Andrew has over 10 years experience as a developer, project manager and Scrum Master in various industries, including Microsoft EMEA in Reading, UK. He is also an accomplished Jazz trumpet player, who has toured with Mango Groove, Johnny Clegg, Natalie Cole and many others. How is that relevant you’re asking? Read below!

Using a live performance of a four-piece Jazz ensemble as a reference and demonstration, Andrew will present Jazz as a metaphor for Agile teamwork and the evolution of processes. We work through a cycle emphasising the following common attributes between Jazz and Agile teamwork: Skills, Self Management, Specialisation, Collaboration, Adaptivity, Innovation, Improvisation, Risk Taking, Supporting, Delivering Value, Sustaining Pace, and Passionate Commitment.

This is a light, entertaining session that is highly memorable as a metaphor for teamwork.

 

Scrum Clinic

   Got a question? Ask a doctor! (CT Only)

Got a problem or burning question with your Scrum implementation? Have an issue that you feel wasn’t addressed in any of the sessions? No problem – we have alocated time for our Scrum Doctors” (read: industry experts) to give you some one-on-one advise on whatever it is that you need help with. We have allocated three and  half hours on the second day of the Cape Town Gathering for this large scale Scrum clinic. Sorry Johannesburg, this one is for CT only.

 

Lightning Talks

   various speakers and topics (CT Only)

Now it’s your turn! We have an interesting line up of volunteer speakers from varying industries that will cover a wide range of topics . 10 minutes to present, 5 minutes for questions. An energetic way to end of the event.

 

There are still tickets available for both the Cape Town and Johannesburg events. Click here to book online.

 

We’ll see you there!

Gathering 2011 – Rhino Room, for Scrum Masters

Wow, only one week to go. The SUGSA Committee has been hard at work finalising the last details of what it sure to be a great Gathering! Some of our international speakers and guests have already arrived.

Now, what is a great Scrum team without a great Scrum Master.This track is dedicated to the fearless leader, the Scrum Master! A mix of sessions that include both the hands-on tools of the trade as well as leadership aspects of the role is what you can look forward to.

In Johannesburg, 9 September, we welcome:

Boris Gloger

An effective ScrumMaster is the Key Variable to Scrum Team Success

It will be come as no surprise to most business leaders that the key to team success is leadership. We know three important things about team leaders and team effectiveness:

First —  teams need leadership support, without clear sponsorship  from key leaders, the culture of high performance never really root. Second — leadership effectiveness is the most important variable in their ongoing operational effectiveness. Teams without the benefit of a good coach are not as successful as those who have one. And third — Recent research suggests that there are certain leadership characteristics conscientiousness and integrity that have a positive correlation with organization results. We know that leaders who master empowering behaviors such as facilitating, barrier busting, and Socratic coaching inspire the type of discretionary effort of team members that creates competitive advantage.

Conclusion: All teams need a coach — A deeper knowledge of the ScrumMaster role as a leader in the above sense is the answer to Scrum-Team success.

In our session we will understand the importance to address the above three points by understanding:

— Legitimation — and how do I get it from my superiors

— Operational excellence: Creating a team development plan, and the Product Owner is also a part of the Scrum Team. The day to day boss role of a ScrumMaster.

— 6 Important Leadership skills. What skills do a ScrumMaster needs and how to get them?

Fadi Stephan

Daily Stand-up Anti-patterns and Heuristics

The daily-stand-up is one of the first practices that newcomers to agile adopt. On the surface, it sounds simple and easy to implement. Conduct a brief daily meeting and answer three questions. However, the daily stand-up is one of the most important ceremonies for a successful agile adoption. Done right, it helps the team in ensuring accountability, following through on sprint commitments, identifying risks, resolving impediments, and overall team building.

Discover how to spot daily stand-up anti patterns and symptoms. Understand their causes. Learn how to apply preventive measures and remedies to keep your daily stand-ups energized. Leave with new tips and insights on how to conduct effective daily stand-ups.

 

And in Cape Town, 13 / 14 September, we’re looking forward to the following:

Boris Gloger

An effective ScrumMaster is the Key Variable to Scrum Team Success

It will be come as no surprise to most business leaders that the key to team success is leadership. We know three important things about team leaders and team effectiveness:

First —  teams need leadership support, without clear sponsorship  from key leaders, the culture of high performance never really root. Second — leadership effectiveness is the most important variable in their ongoing operational effectiveness. Teams without the benefit of a good coach are not as successful as those who have one. And third — Recent research suggests that there are certain leadership characteristics conscientiousness and integrity that have a positive correlation with organization results. We know that leaders who master empowering behaviors such as facilitating, barrier busting, and Socratic coaching inspire the type of discretionary effort of team members that creates competitive advantage.

Conclusion: All teams need a coach — A deeper knowledge of the ScrumMaster role as a leader in the above sense is the answer to Scrum-Team success.

In our session we will understand the importance to address the above three points by understanding:

— Legitimation — and how do I get it from my superiors

— Operational excellence: Creating a team development plan, and the Product Owner is also a part of the Scrum Team. The day to day boss role of a ScrumMaster.

— 6 Important Leadership skills. What skills do a ScrumMaster needs and how to get them?

Cara Turner

Motivation++ Building motivated teams with great facilitation (CT Only!)

Is your team excited about the challenges they face on a daily and sprintly basis? We’re becoming increasingly aware that intrinsically motivated teams have a higher degree of creativity, better conceptual understanding and are just better at solving problems. Interactive games give us the tools to energize and engage participants, draw out and shape ideas and knowledge in a meaningful context, and facilitate team ownership over just implementing solutions that fit their business need. Most important of all, this helps shape the continuous improvement of the teams themselves.

This fun and experiential session will explore different types of interactive games – from written to spoken to physical – that can be used to inject energy into meetings and create compelling structures for workshop and retrospective facilitation.

Thorsten Oliver Kalnin

StrategicPlay ® Scrum Simulation – Scrum LEGO ® Airport (CT Only!)

Based on the LEGO Serious Play® kit, attendee’s will be divided into Scrum teams and assigned specific roles – Scrum Masters, Product Owners and Team Members. Then, using sets of Lego®, each team will be required to build a model described by Thorsten, a qualified Certified StrategicPlay Facilitator. After this very interactive session, you’ll understand that Scrum is about self-organizing teams, cooperation, understanding, respecting people, teamwork, creativity and productivity.
Enhance your creative thinking and enabling interesting metaphors explaining the core Scrum values and principles, Thorsten will demonstrate that the Scrum Workflow is about building valuable products for the customer in each sprint which can be delivered after every iteration. Understand what needs to be build first so that the customer can start realizing business value after the first sprint and continue to add value from sprint to sprint.

Prepare yourself for an exciting, fast-paced and highly interactive learning experience. Serious fun!
Book your tickets online now!We also have dedicated tracks for the Product Owner, Scrum Team Members (developers, analysts, testers etc) as well as  Management. Some final bits to come in the next few days. Click here to view the detailed program.

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Gathering 2011 – Lion’s Den, for Product Owners

As a Product owner myself, I’m particularly looking forward to this track! As with the Buffalo Herd, this room will not only offer sessions that provide solid techniques and new idea’s but there will also be substantial focus on the more subtle and inherent principles, which turn good Product Owners into really great Product owners!

Here’s a brief overview of the speakers, and their sessions, for this years Product Owner track.

In Johannesburg, we introduce:

Aslam Khan

Product Ownership

While Scrum brings about fundamental change, it also an excuse to continue working ineffectively but under the disguise of a new vocabulary. This is most frequently seen in the area of product ownership. For a long time I have been wary of the way product ownership is “taught”, and the way it is executed in teams. I think the fundamental tension of product ownership is not being addressed. In this session I will take an extremely deep view of product ownership, not as an individual doing a job, but as a collective of thought leadership for exceptional product development.

While this sounds all too theoretical, we will look at concrete things that can be tried to get better at product development. For example, being able to detect the waterfall cascading in your scrum implementation, or dealing with non-scrum stakeholders for reporting and communication, how to stop being story factories, and getting the development team to be developers instead of code factories.

9 September 2011 – Sandton Convention Center – book your tickets online now!

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In Cape Town, we’re looking forward to the following:

Simon Bennet

Beyond Kano: Using the Cynefin Framework for Backlog Management

Although Scrum is a great tool for managing Complex Product Development, not every single part of your product or project is actually in itself complex. Cynefin gives us a framework against which we can focus in on which parts of our backlog require the most attention as well as providing a mechanism for gaining stakeholder buy-in and team socialisation at the same time.

 

Come learn a new tool to put in your Product Owner’s backpack.

 

Rian van der Merwe

An Intoduction to User experience Design

How do you develop web sites that users love and that allow them to do exactly what they want to do without fuss or bother? How do you make sure users can navigate your web site effectively and get to all the information they need quickly? The answer lies in the process of User Experience Design, which at its core is about delivering business value by making sure there are no points of friction along the user’s journey through the web site.

In this talk I will give an overview of the elements of User Experience Design, and more importantly, why you should care about it. The goal is to provide some baseline knowledge of the user-centered design process to equip anyone to take those skills back to their desks and start applying it immediately. We’ll discuss user experience research, content strategy, interaction design, and visual design, and how those elements work together to build great experiences.

 

Maritza van den Heuvel

Can PO teams solve the PO Problems?

The Product Owner (PO) role is considered by many to be the key role that determines the ultimate success of a Scrum team. Ironically, the PO can also be your team’s single biggest impediment, since the role requires a unique, wide-ranging skill set and requires the PO to be actively involved at many levels within the business and with the team.

This session explores the feasibility of creating PO teams to address the PO challenge, examining specifically the process dynamics in a team of POs with often widely different skill sets, experience levels, approaches to requirements gathering and team interaction styles. This will be done through interactive role play and retrospective discussion. This is specifically in the context of a single product with multiple Scrum teams and POs.

The audience for this session is ideally practising product owners, product managers, as well as managers tasked with finding ways to scale Scrum beyond single teams or products. ScrumMasters dealing with multiple Scrum teams or multiple product owners, whether in teams or individually, would also benefit.

 

13 and 14 September 2011 – Erinvale Hotel, Somerset West – book your tickets online now!

We also have dedicated tracks for the Scrum Master, Scrum Team Members (developers, analysts, testers etc) as well as  Management. More information to come in the next few days,  so please – stay tuned. Click here to view the detailed program.

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