Agile CT Monthly Meeting
Studying Scrum and DOING Scrum are very different. Studying is just the first step. There's much more value to be extracted from doing. In this meeting, you will see what real Scrum looks like. You'll participate in a complete simulation, building a complex product. You won't have all the answers at the start of the game....
This meeting is an experiental workshop. You'll be one of a team of 4 or 5 people, thrown into the deep end of the pool to explore spikes, story sizing, team dynamics, sprints, pulling the "what", defining the "how", conducting Sprint reviews including demos and retros. In the workshop you build a very complex product in a timebox with your team. Each iteration ends in minutes and you must deliver a value when the iterations are over. There are all sorts of surprises in this workshop, including some key learnings about team dynamics, team composition, experimentation, and some mid-course corrections. This is a fast-paced Scrum simulation experience.
Because of the limited space, only THIRTY participants will get in. Your registration is an EXPLICIT commitment to attend. This is first-come, first served. There is no money cost to attend and you are expected to be present if you register. Please do not register casually.
About The Presenter:
Daniel Mezick is an Executive and Agile Coach at www.FreeStandingAgility.com, a team of Agile coaches based in New England. Daniel has coached hundreds of teams adopting Agile since 2008. He is a frequent speaker at Agile conferences and a founder of the www.AgileBoston.org user group. His book www.TheCultureGame.com describes 16 patterns and practices derived from Agile that any team can use to bring more learning, engagement and productivity to the world of work. Learn more at www.DanielMezick.com, reach Daniel on Twitter @DanMezick, emailhim at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at 203 915 7248.
74 Batterson Park Rd (View)
74 Batterson Park Rd
Farmington, CT 06032
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