New: Problem Solving with Scrum

New: Scrum bei uns Problem Solving Workshop. A one-day workshop to identify solutions to the hard impediments in your organization! Free together with a Certified Scrum Master course!

How am I going to make this work in my company?

This is the biggest question that fresh Scrum Masters have after the CSM course. To help you answer this question, we now offer a new one-day workshop “Scrum Problem Solving”.

Also known a ‘Scrum bei uns’ or “Scrum in our Context”, this workshop allows you to explore the challenges of doing Scrum in real life and identify possible solutions for your situation.

You can bring what ever topic you like, for example:

  • How to introduce Scrum
  • How to overcome resistance to change
  • Advanced Estimating Techniques
  • How to scale to big projects
  • How to handle distributed teams
  • Kanban or Scrum? Kanban and Scrum?
  • Engineering practices
  • Story writing workshop
  • How Refining the backlog
  • etc.

You will bring your topics and prioritize the discussion so the most important topics are addressed. When you leave the room, you will have a list of ideas to address your biggest impediments to adopting Scrum.

If you are working towards your Certified Scrum Professional or PMI Agile Certified Professional certifications, you quality of 8 PDUs or SEUs..

Best of all, if you took a public CSM course with Peter Stevens in 2014, it’s free. To sign up or for more information, jump to the course announcement!

 

 

 

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Agile Company Day: Mad Men Meets Agile!

June 12: Free workshop on Agile beyond software

Followed by a Vernissage of new works by Tine Klein

The Agile Company is a community and monthly event for people who are looking for better ways of organizing their companies, better ways of creating create products, and better ways of delighting customers. If you’re into Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Lean Startup, Radical Management, Beyond Budgeting, Stoos or just finding your own better way, this is the place for you!

This month: Agile and Creativity: Is it Design vs. Development?

Roland Sailer

Roland Sailer – Business Unit Leader at Nose Engineering

Roland Sailer is Partner at NOSE Design AG, and that’s not a software engineering company. They design abstract things like brands and real things like high-speed trains. Roland Sailer and his team have been applying Agile values and techniques for over 10 years, with fascinating effects on the results and the customer collaboration. Roland will share experiences from projects in various design disciplines, illustrating how they succeeded, why they failed, and what they want to address next.

Roland Sailer studied Product Design in Dresden at the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (FH). During his studies he was active at various agencies. Even before graduating, he founded the company „Neustart“. Since 2000 has been active with NOSE. He is Head of Business Unit und Partner. He is also a Guest Instructor at various universities, including ZHDK, HTW Dresden and HSLU.

 

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

How to Become a Servant Leader — using the Agile Manifesto as a guide

Everyone talks about Servant Leadership. How can you start doing it? The short answer is by asking your people what they need to succeed! The Agile Manifesto provides a tool for evaluating the performance of your company,  and identifying and prioritizing impulses to improve. Peter show you how lead your team through an exploration of Agile values and principles to create powerful ideas for improving your organization.

Tine KleinTine-SampleVernissage – Tine Klein

Wer am Strom der Zeit sitzt
…hört das Herz der Kunst schlagen

This summer, we are honored that Tine Klein has agreed to enrichen our Training Room Zürich West with her work. Art should inspire and provoke a conversation:

Die Dinge die im Strom der Zeit an uns vorbeiziehen, gebannt auf Holz, Stein, Leinwand oder Bierdeckel. Eine Kunst die jeden von uns etwas angeweht, weil sie das nachfühlt, was alltäglich an uns vorbeiströmt.

Mit Leidenschaft werden tote Dinge lebendig, gebannt durch ein paar Striche mit Tusche, dem ältesten Kunstmaterial der Welt.

Doch modern und zeitgemäß wirken die Kunstwerke auf den unterschiedlichsten Materialien, gerade weil die Künstlerin Natürliches und Alltägliches kraftvoll neu zusammensetzt.

The things that pass us by in the stream of time, captured on wood, stone, canvas or coasters. An art that each of us is blowing something because they feel the effect of what daily flows past us. / With passion dead things come to life, captured by a few strokes with ink, the oldest arts material in the world. / But modern and contemporary works of art act on a variety of materials, precisely because the artist natural and commonplace reassembles powerful.

Who should attend?

This Agile Company Day Workshop is for managers and specialists at all levels who want to make their organizations more Agile, especially if you are not doing software!.  Of course, if you’re looking to work more effectively with your software groups, this may be particularly helpful. Come as a group of 3 or 4 people and start to generate ideas for transforming your organization for the better!

Program

  • 13:30-16.30, including 30 minutes for Coffee and Registration, followed by an Apero til  about 19.00
  • 18:00 Vernissage with Tine Klein
  • Location: Training Room “Zürich-West”, Hardturmstrasse 181, Ground Floor, left. 8005 Zürich
  • There is no charge, but registration is required.

Coming Events

Watch this space for upcoming events!

Registration

Location / Directions

For directions see Training Room Zurich West.

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How to Claim PDU’s for a Saat-Network Course

The Project Management Institute has an excellent system for encouraging its members to continue their professional development. The key is accumulating “PDU’s” or Personal Development Units, which you can do by continuing education, self-directed learning, contributing to the community, extending the body of knowledge, etc. (For more information on how and when you can claim PDUs, see the PMI’s information page)

If you take a course with us, you can claim PDU’s for the time spent in our courses. You’ll need the following information to make your claim with the PMI:

  • What is the course number — This is printed on your Certificate of Participation, and is of the form YYMMDD-ABC, where the first part identifies the start date of the course, and the second part identifies the course.
  • What Category PDU may I claim — Category B “Continuing education”
  • How many PDU’s —  This depends on the number of contact hours and is printed on your Certificate of Participation. 1 PDU = 1 contact hour.
  • Which is the Provider Name of the Course? Saat Network GmbH, 6304, Zug, Switzerland

If you have any issues claiming your PDUs, please contact us for assistance.

 

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Agile Company: Constructing your Way in the 21st Century

Free workshops and community on the challenges and rewards of being Agile!

The Agile Company is a community and monthly event for people who are looking for better ways of organizing their companies, better ways of creating create products, and better ways of delighting customers. If you’re into Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Lean Startup, Radical Management, Beyond Budgeting, Stoos or just finding your own better way, this is the place for you!

This month: Constructing your Way in the 21st Century using LEGO® Serious Play®

Steve Holyer

Steve Holyer

You’re building a company that’s ready for the future and quick to delight customers today. What impediments block your way?  And, how will you remove or go around them? Forget about dogma, rules, and manifestos and unleash your imagination to construct a better way of managing the 21st Century organisation. Experience the power of discovery using the LEGO Serious Play materials and methods with an experienced facilitator.

You may have already seen LEGO used for business school simulations or in the workplace for 3-D data visualisation. LEGO Serious Play is a powerful facilitated approach to discover strategy, create change, or charter stronger projects and teams.

The LEGO Serious Play methods were developed by Johann Roos and Bart Victor at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne.

What can you expect?

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

A new experience on how to innovate effectively in your organization. A return to childhood. Possibly both! Serious Play has gotten serious attention in the Agile community as a way to teach, innovate, build trust and explore new ideas in a team setting. I’m looking forward to experiencing it first hand!

Steve Holyer is a well known Agile coach and trainer, and in particular is a licensed StrategicPlay® facilitator using LEGO Serious Play.

What else can you expect?

 As usual, we will have some wine, cheese and cold beer for informal discussion and networking after the workshop.

Who should attend?

This workshop is for managers and specialists at all levels who want to make their organizations more Agile. And if you’re looking to work more effectively with your software groups doing Agile, Scrum or Kanban, this will be particularly helpful. Come as a group of 3 or 4 people and start to generate ideas for transforming your organization for the better!

Program

  • 14:00-17.00, including 30 minutes for Coffee and Registration, followed by an Apero til  about 19.00
  • Location: Training Room “Zürich-West”, Hardturmstrasse 181, Ground Floor, left. 8005 Zürich
  • There is no charge, but registration is required.

Coming Events

Watch this space for upcoming events!

Registration

Location / Directions

For directions see Training Room Zurich West.

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Practice makes perfect

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

As a Swiss-American Scrum Trainer, my customer’s success with Scrum is important to me!

How satisfied are the participants in my trainings? I watch this closely, and try to improve after every course.

I use Net Promoter Scores after each course to gauge satisfaction after each course. I just looked at the results for the 18 months that I have been a Certified Scrum Trainer.

Just as refresher, NPS divides customers into delighted customers (“Promoters”), merely satisfied (“passives”) and those who have something to complain about (“Detractors”). NPS, or Net Promoter Score, is the percentage of  Promoters less the percentage of Detractors. How do my results look?


Respondents NPS
October 12 to March 13 154 34%
April 13 to September 13 158 39%
October 13 to March 14 179 56%

Since NPS can vary between -100% and +100%, anything over 0% is good, and anything over +20% is very good. Numbers above 80% are reserved for companies like Apple at their finest.

The numbers show a nice trend. I’m not exactly Apple-cool yet, but moving in the right direction. :-)

Starting a few months ago, I have been asking participants how they would recommend the course to future participants. Here is are some of the more quotable statements from my most recent courses (March, 2014 in Lisbon):

  • If you are curious about Scrum, this is the right place to start!
  • A good start for a Scrum practice
  • If you want to experience Scrum, this is the course for you! — André Manuel Carmo Pereira Lima, Edições Asa II, SA
  • In two days, Peter gave me a full idea of the Scrum framework and how to apply it. Passionate and hands-on! — Carla Santos, InovaMais- Serv. Consultad. em Inov. Tecnológica, SA
  • Useful training even for people who already know Scrum! — Carlos Alexandre Vizela Pais de Faria, Banco BPI, Lisbon, March 2014A very nice point to start! — José Nicolau, 
  • Excellent Materials and Instructor. Nice new vision about old problems. — José Manuel Ramos Pinto de Sousa
  • Highly recommended, best way to get things done in time, organized and simple — José Miguel Sereno da Rocha Machado Espregueira
  • This workshop is a hands on approach that will challenge you to be better.
  • Participating in the workshop is an amazing experience, even if you are not a fan of Scrum. — Márcio Azevedo, Celfinet – Consultoria em Telecomunicações Lda
  • Excellent Trainer, very clear integration and interaction with the students. — Miguel Paulo O. Rosas Moreira, Cerealis SGPS, SA
  • Want to get your hands “dirty” with Scrum? This is the course! — Paulo Azevedo
  • The material is awesome! Tiago Neto Marreiros, Lisbon
  • Scrum is a great framework to improve ourselves and influence our team! — Andreia Figueiredo
  • If you want to do Scrum, start here!! — António Nunes, Media Capital SA
  • Ideal if you are looking to change your mindset! Carlos Carvalho, BNP Paribas
  • If you want to understand people and change yourself to do it, take this course! — Daniel Carrilho, Thyone
  • If you think you are effective, you should see how Scrum can prove you wrong!
  • This workshop will open your horizons, showing you a new way of doing things. It helped me see there’s a different world out there! José Carlos Ferreira
  • A breath of fresh air!
  • A practical course that allows you to experience and try Scrum — Maria Ferreira
  • Extremely useful. — Miguel Campião, Indexsquare, Lda, Lisbon,
  • I really believe I just increased my professional skills. — Paulo Alexandre Nunes da Costa
  • Great content, very hands-on. You’ll have fun! — Ricardo Manuel Amaro

And finally:

  • Read the course material before taking the course!

Like what you read? Check out Certified Scrum Master and Certified Scrum Product Owner Trainings. Every Month in Zürich. Guaranteed

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Weekend CSM

Are you a consultant or contractor or someone else who can’t take time off from work to attend a course? This course is for you! A course on Saturday and Sunday, with a special low price for very early bookers. The course start earlier, to finish earlier, so you can get to your evening activities on Saturday (but don’t overdo it, because Sunday starts early)!

Are you working in a non-IT creative environment? Check out our special program for creatives!

Certified Scrum Master Training

Certified Scrum Master Training

“This workshop was a great experience! If I could, I would send the management and sales people to take this course too!”

– Andreas Zolliker, Software Engineer and Intense CSM Course Participant, Zurich, August 21, 2013

Learn Scrum by doing Scrum in a course managed with Scrum!

What do recent participants say about this course?

If you want not only to learn about Scrum, but experience it, then this is the course to book! — Hartmuth Gieldanowski, Zurich, February 3-4, 2014

If you want an entertaining and professional experience in Scrum, don’t hesitate! – A CSM Course Participant, Zurich, February 3-4, 2014

This course helped me get into Scrum in the only possible way – with Agility! — Jacques Panchard, Zurich, February 3-4, 2014

Sehr viel Praxis, Empfehlung, Vermittlung von Erfahrungen… weniger “reine” Theorie. — A CSM Course Participant, December 9-10, 2013

“Very clarifying and direct to the real problems of doing Scrum in the Software Development Business” – Tobias Abarbanell, CSM In-House Course Participant, Portugal, July 1-3, 2013

See more comments and overall satisfaction results here.

CSM
Certified ScrumMaster Courses

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Intense Certified Scrum Master (En/De) Aug 27,2014 9:00 am - Aug 28,2014 6:00 pm
Intense Certified Scrum Master (En/De) Oct 22,2014 9:00 am - Oct 23,2014 6:00 pm
Intense Certified Scrum Master (De / Zukunftstag!) Nov 13,2014 9:00 am - Nov 14,2014 6:00 pm
Intense Certified Scrum Master (En/De) Dec 8,2014 9:00 am - Dec 9,2014 6:00 pm

For the conditions of our Intense CSM Certified Scrum Master course, see the regular announcement!

Description

Scrum is a simple team-based framework for solving complex problems (like software development). This course teaches you the mindset and the practices to make a simple vision into reality: That this project can be your best, most successful project ever!

You get an intense, personal training with much opportunity to work with the trainer and in small groups. This course is offered in German and English.

Peter-Stevens--195_150About Peter Stevens, Certified Scrum Trainer

As an experienced Scrum coach, trainer and mentor with a passion for helping organizations transform themselves to thrive in the 21st century, Peter Stevens have been training Scrum Masters, Scrum Developers and Scrum Product Owners in Switzerland and abroad since 2008. His coaching focus is on transforming organizations. “I teach teams, their leaders, their management and their stakeholders to do Scrum well, to understand Scrum deeply, and to live Scrum values.”

Peter is an engaged leader of the Agile community in Switzerland and worldwide. Most recently, he initiated the Stoos Gathering, an interdisciplinary summit to catalyze a lasting change in business management along Agile principles.

Audience

This Certified Scrum Master (CSM) course is intended for anyone involved in a Scrum Project, e.g. Developers, ScrumMasters, Product-Owners, Managers, Testers, Change Agents, Business Analysts, Project and Program Managers.

Prerequisites

“It is important to read about Scrum before you come to the course….” — Ismael Saleh, Zürich, December 9-10, 2013

No special prerequisites. Familiarity with IT and/or Software Development Projects is helpful. All participants are expected to read a 10 page excerpt of “Do Better Scrum” by Peter Hundermark.

Topics

  • Scrum Principles and Values
  • Scrum Roles – Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development Team
  • Scrum Meetings, Sprint Planning & Review, Daily Scrum, Retrospective
  • Scrum Artifacts – Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Product Increment
  • Significance of “Definition of Done”
  • User Stories and Acceptance Criteria
  • Release Estimating and Planning with Story Points
  • Hands-on experience doing Scrum

Day 1 – Scrum Values and Principles

  • What makes an ideal project?
  • What is Scrum in 25 words or less?
  • Why is Scrum so different than traditional project management?
  • How and why does Scrum work?
  • What does it feel like to be in a Scrum Project?
  • How do you really do Scrum?
  • Why is focus essential to performance and success?

Day 2 – Scrum Core Practices and other Well Known Agile Practices

  • What are the roles in Scrum and how to they relate to established job functions?
  • What do managers do in a Scrum organization?
  • How do you specify and estimate work?
  • How do you plan and monitor a release? How do you hit a deadline?
  • How do you improve team performance with Scrum?
  • How do you handle big, distributed projects in Scrum? (Scaling)
  • How do you get started with Scrum? Sprint Zero and your first sprint.

Practical Details:

  • Location: Training Room “Zürich-West”, Hardturmstrasse 181, CH-8005 Zürich
  • Duration: 2 days.
  • Course language is English on request, German on consensus.

Program:

  • Coffee & Registration: 8.00am
  • Begin: 8.30am (prompt!)
  • End: 17.00 (5pm)

This course is held monthly in Zurich. All dates are guaranteed (even if you are the only participant).

Certification:

All participants who actively participate in the entire course receive a confirmation of participation and qualify for Certification as a ScrumMaster by the Scrum Alliance. An additional test is required (which you can take from home on the web). The test fee and membership in the Scrum Alliance are included in your course costs.

Members of the PMI can claim 15 PDUs for successful completion of this course and apply this course towards meeting the requirement of the ACP.

Weekend CSM Pricing

Super Early Bird: CHF 1’800.– until April 14, 2014! No discounts apply.

Early bird: CHF 2’250.–, Regular CHF 2’450.– per person. SwissICT rebate CHF 450.– per person.

For regular Intensive CSM courses, see the regular announcement.

Further Training

The MasterClass Workshop on Scrum, Vision and Performance enables you to understand and improve the performance of your team in your organization, given that you are doing Scrum.

You may book master classes individually or together with a CSM or CSPO class at a discount.

Registration

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Agile Company: Is Multitasking Evil?

The Agile Company Series

Workshop: Is Multitasking Evil?

Why do you have to multitask? How does it impact performance?

February 27, 2014, Afternoon and Early Evening

The Agile Company is a community of practitioners and thinkers looking for better ways to run business. Join us for an informal exchange among peers to explore … and solve … the challenges of running a modern business.

picture of Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

A recurring theme in my courses is that multitasking is hugely detrimental to personal, team & organizational performance. How detrimental? Well, one of the core messages from my Scrum courses is “Multitasking is evil!” But, you say, multitasking is unavoidable and necessary. It’s not possible to eliminate multitasking. What can I do?

A phase-driven or “waterfall” does in fact require systematic multitasking. In this interactive workshop, we will explore why this is the case, what the side effects are, and show how Scrum is a different architecture for developing software. We’ll do a simple simulation to illustrate the impact of multitasking. Finally, we will create some strategies for reducing multitasking in your actual situation.

Peter Stevens is an Entrepreneur and Certified Scrum Trainer. As the former, he is leading the creation of echobravo, the system to help businesses of all sizes solve the social media problem. As a CST, he teaches teams and organization to solve problems — the right problems — quickly and effectively. He initiated the Scrum Breakfast, which became the swissICT Lean-Agile-Scrum working group and co-founded the Stoos Movement to catalyze a lasting change in management.

Location: Training Room Zürich West, Hardturmstrasse 181, Zürich
Keywords:  Agile, Scrum, Enterprise, Management, Performance, Multitasking, Focus, Waterfall, Apéro

This event will be held in English unless we have a consensus to speak German.

Program

Date: February 27, 2014

Admission is free! Registration is required.

Program
15:00 Door Open / Welcome & Coffee
15:30 Peter Stevens - Is Multitasking Evil? Why the waterfall condemns us to chronic multitasking.
17:00 Apéro / Networking

Registration

Location / Directions

For directions see Training Room Zurich West.

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Agile Company: Lean Startup Changes Everything

The Agile Company Series

January 23, 2014, Afternoon and Early Evening

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Why Lean Startup Changes Everything!

picuture Fredi Schmidli, Board Member of StartAngels.ch

Fredi Schmidli, Board Member of StartAngels.ch

The myth goes that the more perseverance, brilliance, good timing and a good product, the higher the chance for success. I will show you why exactly the opposite is true: Survival and, even more so, success are highly correlated with the successful application of the “Build-Measure-Learn Feedback Loop”. The fact that this lean framework can be learned and taught is the final kill of the myth. I will give examples of how you can deliver more business value earlier and with less risks by testing everything as soon as possible using a so-called Minimum Viable Product.

Fredi Schmidli is a free-spirited Entrepreneur, Business Angel and Leaders Coach. He sets up and invests in Startups in Health Care and ICT. Fredi’s passion is to make companies more successful by applying Agility to business processes throughout the whole hierarchy. In doing so, he focuses on working together with Owners, Entrepreneurs and Top Managers.

Fredi is a Member of the Board of startangels.ch, engaged in The Lean Startup Zürich Community, and a Leaders Coach at pragmatic solutions gmbh. He is a regular speaker around the world as well as a slow motion Ice Hockey player.

Workshop: A Viable Product in 20 Minutes with a Lean Canvas

picture of Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

If Lean Startup is changing our approach to creating new companies and products, then new tools are needed to help us understand what are customers really want. The workshop will introduce to you to one such tool. The Lean Canvas. By brainstorming on few simple questions, you quickly identify what problem you are trying to solve, who you are solving for, and whether there is a business case for it.

In this workshop, you will learn to create a Lean Canvas by applying to your own situation, so you can see more clearly what your customers and users need from you.

Peter Stevens is an Entrepreneur and Certified Scrum Trainer. As the former, he is leading the creation of echobravo, the system to help businesses of all sizes solve the social media problem. As a CST, he teaches teams and organization to solve problems — the right problems — quickly and effectively. He initiated the Scrum Breakfast, which became the swissICT Lean-Agile-Scrum working group and co-founded the Stoos Movement to catalyze a lasting change in management.

Location: Training Room Zürich West, Hardturmstrasse 181, Zürich
Keywords: Lean Startup, Agile, Scrum, Enterprise, Management, Business Plan, Budgeting, Stoos, Apéro

This event will be held in English unless everyone can agree on German..

Program

Date: January 23, 2013

Admission is free! Registration is required.

Afternoon Program
14.00 Door Open / Welcome & Coffee
14.30 Fredi Schmidli - Why Lean Startup Changes Everything!
15:20 Break
15:40 Peter Stevens - Creating a Vision for Viable Product with the Lean Canvas
17:00 Apéro / Networking

Registration

This event has closed. Here you can register for the latest Agile Company event!

Location / Directions

For directions see Training Room Zurich West.

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Philipp Engstler on the Rise and Temptation of an Agile Company

The Agile Company Series

November 21, Afternoon and Early Evening

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Is Agile Forever? The Rise and Temptation of an Agile Organization

Philipp Engstler, ex CIO of Ricardo.ch

Philipp Engstler, ex CIO of Ricardo.ch

1x1Philip Engstler has been working for 15 years in leading positions in the Internet and e-commerce industry. The last five years he worked as CTO / CIO of ricardo group in Zug, where he initiated and accompanied the transformation of ricardoGroup’s IT into an Agile organization with 80 employees at 3 locations throughout Europe.

His presentation is a retrospective on the introduction and impact of agile methods in IT and to the entire enterprise. An experience report.

Philipp Engstler arbeitet seit 15 Jahre in führenden Positionen in der Internet- und eCommerce Branche. Die letzten fünf Jahre arbeitete er als CTO/CIO der ricardo group in Zug. Er initierte und begleitete die Transformation der ricardoGroup IT in eine agile Organisationseinheit, welche 80 Mitarbeiter an 3 paneuropäischen Standorten unfasste. Sein Vortrag ist eine Retrospektive über die Einführung und Auswirkungen von agilen Methoden in der IT und auf die gesamte Unternehmung. Ein Erfahrungsbericht.

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Peter Stevens, Entrepreneur and Scrum Trainer

Location: Training Room Zürich West, Hardturmstrasse 181, Zürich
Keywords: Agile, Scrum, Enterprise, Management, Problem Solving, Agile, Sustainability, Stoos, Apéro
This workshop will be held in English unless everyone can agree on German..

Program

Date: November 21, 2013

Admission is free!
Registration is required!

 

Afternoon Program
14.00 Door Open / Welcome & Coffee
14.30 Philipp Engstler - the Rise and Temptation of an Agile Company
15:20 Break
15:40 Peter Stevens - Applying Agile Values in Your Company
17:00 Apéro / Networking

Registration

This event has closed. Here you can register for the latest Agile Company event!

Location / Directions

For directions see Training Room Zurich West.

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Jazoon Side Event

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Scrum Coaches Clinic & Vernissage

October 23, Afternoon and Evening

Are you looking for something to do after Jazoon? Are you facing challenges implementing Scrum? Would like some expert advice from experienced coaches? Or would you just like to hang out, check out our Vernissage and Apéro?

Location: Training Room Zürich West, Hardturmstrasse 181, Zürich
Keywords: Scrum, Free Coaching, Problem Solving, Agile, Vernissage, Apéro, Agile Hardware

Agile coaching clinics are popular events at Scrum and Agile Gatherings around the world. Got a question you’d like to discuss? Experienced Scrum experts Steve Holyer and Peter Stevens will be available from 18:00 to 20:00 for free one-on-one coaching to help you. No strings, no sales pitches — just you, your coach and a flip chart. Afterwards, you can enjoy our Apéro and Vernissage!

Steve Holyer  About Peter Stevens, CST

Participation is easy! Just come to the event and sign up for a free slot! Each session last 15 minutes.

Program

Date: October 23

Open Door, you can attend the parts you want to! Admission is free!

Afternoon Program (registration required)
14.00 Door Open / Welcome & Coffee
14.30 Urs Boehm – Going the next step? Agile Values and Principles applied to hardware
15:15 Break
15:30 Peter Stevens – Applying Agile Values in Your Company
16:30 Break

Jazoon Side Event / Evening Program (registration requested)
17:00 Vernissage with Zurich Artist, Renate Grob
17:30 Apéro starts
18:00 Coaches Clinic with Steve Holyer and Peter Stevens
19:45 Last coaches session at Coaches Clinic
21:00 Apéro moves someplace near by…?

Register here!

Location / Directions

Here’s how to get to the Jazoon Side Event from Jazoon:

via S-7 or S-16 Faster, More Walking

via S-7 or S-16
Faster, More Walking

Line 80 and 17. Less walking, a bit slower.

Line 80 and 17.
Less walking, a bit slower.

For more Information see Training Room Zurich West.

Don’t forget to register here!

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