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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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Monday, January 18

9:45am JST

Opening Talk
Monday January 18, 2016 9:45am - 10:00am JST
Main room

10:00am JST

The Story of LeSS
This talk is based on story-telling, where Bas will share the creation of LeSS and within that side-track on explaining better how LeSS works.

LeSS is a lightweight (agile) framework for scaling Scrum to more than one team. It was extracted out of the experiences of Bas Vodde and Craig Larman while Scaling Agile development in many different types of companies, products and industries over the last ten years. There are several case studies available and an upcoming book describing LeSS in detail.

LeSS consists of the LeSS Principles, the Framework, the Guides and a set of experiments. The LeSS framework is divided into two frameworks: basic LeSS for 2-8 teams and LeSS Huge for 8+ teams. All of these are also available on the less.works website.

LeSS is different with other scaling frameworks in the sense that it provides a very minimalistic framework that enables empiricism on a large-scale which enables the teams and organization to inspect-adapt their implementation based on their experiences and context. LeSS is based on the idea that providing too much rules, roles, artifacts and asking the organization to tailor it down is a fundamentally flawed approach and instead scaling frameworks should be minimalistic and allowing organizations to fill them in.

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Bas Vodde

Bas Vodde is a coach, programmer, trainer, and author related to modern agile and lean product development. He is the creator of the LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum) framework for scaling agile development. He coaches organizations on three levels: organizational,  team,  individual... Read More →

Monday January 18, 2016 10:00am - 11:30am JST
Main room

1:00pm JST

No Reuse Before Use
Please find the slides at http://www.slideshare.net/TerryYin/no-reuse-before-use

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Terry Yin

Programmer, Odd-e
Terry Yin is an Agile Coach of Odd-e Singapore team. He's also a software programmer for over 20 years. He has rich training and consulting experience on Agile software development and software engineering, e.g Scrum, Test-Driven Development, system engineering practices and analysis... Read More →

Monday January 18, 2016 1:00pm - 1:20pm JST

1:30pm JST

Bridging the communication gap with Specification by Example
Having trouble with users can’t fixed the requirements? Built the wrong functionality? This talk illustrates some of the common problems in software development and shows you how the practice of Specification by Example can reduce the communication gap. Specification by Example has its influences from XP practices like Test-Driven Development and Acceptance testing and is regarded as one of the cornerstones in software development.

1. What are communication gaps?
2. Software requirements is a communication problem
3. What are Examples and how can it can help
4. Getting started
Target Audiences:
Not limited to developers, team leads, testers, managers, business analysts, product management.
Being aware of this practice and learn how to collaborate between customers and team in a way that facilities better understanding.

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Stanly Lau

Agile/Technical Coach, Odd-e
Stanly believes software development is a lifetime professional career, and he has done (and is doing) many things to gain the awareness. In the past 10+ years, he took many roles, from programmer to team lead, manager, community leader and coach. His interests range from technical... Read More →

Monday January 18, 2016 1:30pm - 1:50pm JST

2:00pm JST

Tuesday, January 19

9:45am JST

Opening Talk
Tuesday January 19, 2016 9:45am - 10:00am JST
Main room

10:00am JST

a new world – a new way
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Manny Gonzalez

CEO, Scrum Alliance

Tuesday January 19, 2016 10:00am - 10:10am JST
Main room

10:10am JST

Economically Sensible Scrum
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 the author of Amazon’s #1 best-selling book Essential Scrum: A Practical Guide to the Most Popular Agile Process. As an agile thought leader, Ken founded Innolution where he helps organizations thrive through the application of agile principles in an effective and economically... Read More →

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

1:00pm JST

Cisco’s Agile Journey – Continuous Delivery and Scaling Scrum

Cisco is changing the way Cisco does business through Continuous Delivery and Scaled Scrum.  We would like to share how we have moved a $40B enterprise of 25,000 engineers across the globe from 100% waterfall based delivery to scrum delivery in a massive scale.

Today, a strong partnership with the business and increased collaboration is driving delivery of new business outcomes faster.  However, our journey started over 3 years back and was a gradual, and still on-going, evolution of mobilizing the agile transformation, strategically and tactically.  We started with a strong executive leadership's desire on the recognition of inevitable need for a change in the way we enabled business capabilities, from waterfall based 6 to 9 months delivery cycles to agile incremental weekly and monthly delivery capabilities.  We experienced our share of challenges, from just getting started to organically creating the critical core of passionate agile leaders throughout the enterprise.

Let us share how we organized and created the momentum, and also overcame various challenges along the way, from getting beyond the long standing cultural resistance to a practical matter of scaling scrum from ground zero via strategic planning and systematic execution across globally distributed organizations throughout Cisco.  

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Pete Rim

CD Enterprise Agile Coach, Cisco Systems Inc.
Currently, Pete is an enterprise agile coach for Cisco as part of Continuous Delivery as a Service, and he would like to take the opportunity to share about the agile journey at Cisco, including the good, bad, and ugly. He has practiced agile delivery over 20 years via prior management... Read More →

Tuesday January 19, 2016 1:00pm - 1:45pm JST