Klaus Bucka-Lassen: Common Misconceptions around Agility
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ABOUT THE EVENT
Organizations often struggle with getting agility working for them. Expectations like getting a more efficient operation aren't satisfied, even after huge agile transformation investments; teams don't operate as self-managed as promised and still need a lot of guidance; predictions for when things will be completed aren't getting better; and the happiness of the customers and employees doesn't rise many-fold. In this session the participants will bring their "agile problems" along (preparation necessary), and together we will see if they are based on some of these misconceptions on what agile can bring to the table, what we can do about it.
|Date:||June 29, 16pm -17pm CEST|
|Costs:||Free of charge|
|Event Host:||Marcel van Benthem - Trifork|
WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR?
- CTOs & CIO
- VPs / Heads / Directors of Engineering
- VPs / Heads / Directors of Information Technology
- Software Architects
ABOUT THE EXPERT
Klaus Bucka-Lassen has a masters degree in Computer Science from Aarhus University, Denmark. He has found interest in product development processes since the early 90s when he discovered rapid prototyping. In 2010 he became a Certified ScrumMaster, then in 2011 a Certified Scrum Professional, and a Certified Scrum Product Owner in 2012. He has co-trained 23 CSM and Scrum@Scale classes with Jeff Sutherland, JJ Sutherland, Joe Justice, and Jef Cumps between November 2010 and today. Klaus is convinced that being agile is the currently best-known answer to the worlds ever growing complexity. He has worked for all kinds of clients in the banking, insurance, pharma, and manufacturing industry all over Europe and North America.
ABOUT THE TRIFORK HOST
Marcel is Chief Commercial Officer at Trifork Amsterdam and leads the sales & marketing team which also includes the GOTO brand. He’s been working in the IT sector since the early 90’s and has witnessed the rising of many technologies and applications. Always from a sales and management perspective but with great interest in technology.He’s inspired by Trifork’s mission statement to push the limits and boundaries of what (new) technology and methods can do to make life better and easier for all of us. In all of his professional life he’s been bridging the gap between the interests of customers and engineers to come to a great product and/or service for all involved.
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