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Regional SCRUM GATHERING® Tokyoは、スクラムの初心者からエキスパート、ユーザー企業から開発企業、立場の異なる様々な人々が集まる学びの場です。講演やワークショップ、そして参加者同士の交流を通じて、世界最前線の情報から日本の現場での工夫まで多くの知見を得られます。

5回目の開催となる今回は、著名な認定スクラムトレーナーでもありLarge Scale Scrum(LeSS)の提唱者でもあるBas Vodde氏、『エッセンシャルスクラム』の著者 Kenneth S. Rubin氏の2名を基調講演に迎えます。前回参加者の7割以上の方が「大変すばらしい」と回答した日本最大級のスクラムカンファレンスに、ぜひご参加ください!

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Tuesday, January 19 • 10:10am - 11:40am
Economically Sensible Scrum

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Scrum is a tool for increasing team and organizational agility to deliver superior business results. To utilize Scrum (or any tool) appropriately, however, we must understand more than just its basic mechanics. We must also understand the core principals that inform its use and then apply those principals in an economically sensible way. Doing so allows us to elevate and select among the many alternative, and often conflicting, choices for how to apply Scrum in the context of each organization's unique culture and business goals. 

In this talk, I introduce the concept of Economically Sensible Scrum, which is the application of Scrum within an economic framework that is grounded in core agile principles. To illustrate the utility of this approach, I examine several different issues that I encounter when visiting clients. Using the lens of an economic framework, I focus on how to use agile principles to overcome these issues and make quick, correct, and understandable choices when applying Scrum at both the team and organizational levels to achieve desirable business results.

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Ken Rubin

Managing Principal, Innolution
Ken Rubin is Managing Principal at Innolution, a company that provides Scrum and agile training and coaching to help companies develop products in an effective and economically sensible way. A Certified Scrum Trainer, Ken has trained over 22,000 people on agile and Scrum, Kanban, Smalltalk development, managing object-oriented projects, and transition management. He has coached over 200 companies, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 10. Ken was... Read More →


Tuesday January 19, 2016 10:10am - 11:40am
Main room