This workshop will be available in Czech language only. In case you would like to have English version, please, let us know. We will consider to develop it.
by MNchael nir
To learn how to avoid common pitfalls of PMO implementations;
To identify key points of increasing value delivery through a lean value driven Agile PMO;
To recognize new opportunities for PMO and Agile project management;
To discover better ways of leading and sustaining change through a strategic PMO.
Create easy, entertaining and short cartoon videos to visualize complex ideas: Paper-based videoprototyping is absolutely new to Scrum. It is a technique that was developed in Berlins lean startup scene within the last 5 years and helps visualizing complex contexts.
Using this technique, you can easily create any number of one minute movies just by drawing and cutting out simple paper figures that you can use freely to visualize the story of your product. As the movie is only a very rough visualization of your vision the audience will very likely be inclined to think about possible improvements and willing to give constructive feedback. You will gain a powerful tool to spread the vision and prepare the product backlog.
This Workshop starts with an idea that will be developed via the Lean Canvas, a Persona, a Script and a Storyboard to a complete short-film of a user-journey. Small teams are lead through the process and will produce their own movie in the end.
You start using Agile methods. You were in the training and want to implement Scrum. However, you have discovered problems and have doubts. Are we on the right track? And is agile for us? What is it we wants to achieve?
Jarek and Michal will discuss in their presentation some selected items, which have to be discussed and understood prior implementation of Agile into organization and why are they important. Further they will share for illustration good and bad stories they encountered during their practice. Both Michal and Jarek have different style, so interesting part will be also those nuances in approach and perception which gives better understanding why agile adoption can be different for each organization.
Moreover, ignoring those selected aspects often leads to mechanistic use of agile techniques, which does not deliver any achievement, which are source of frustration for people and which leads to consequent abandonment.
by Anna Danes
by MNchael nir
Conclusive research findings inform us that many PMO roll-outs are disbanded in two years. Yet we repeat the same mistakes ...
by Viktor Nagy
by Henri Karhatsu
by Knut Fahlén
Beyond Budgeting is about rethinking how we manage organizations in a post-industrial world where innovative management models represent the only sustainable competitive advantage. It is also about releasing people from the burdens of stifling bureaucracy and suffocating control systems, trusting them with information and giving them time to think, reflect, share, learn and improve. Above all it is about learning how to change from the many leaders who have built and managed Beyond Budgeting organizations. Knut will give some examples of success-stories on how this can be done.
by Kurt Nielsen
23rd–27th March 2015