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Scrumtisch Berlin: February 8th, 2017

Report and photos from the February meeting of the Berlin Scrum User Group, facilitated by agile42 coaches Konrad Pogorzala and Javier Perez

On
10 February 2017
In
Scrumtisch Berlin

Thanks to everybody who joined the Scrumtisch in Berlin on Wednesday and special thanks to Newstore for providing such great hosting facilities.

As usual we started collecting topics. The list according to your votes (in brackets) was as follows:

  • Encouraging self-organisation (23)
  • Team metrics and Management (17)
  • Visibility in distributed environment (15)
  • Scrum Master vs Agile Coach responsabilities (15)
  • Predictability (9)
  • Distributed teams in far locations. How to deal with them (7)
  • Product Owner and scaled environments (6)
  • How to become obsolete as Scrum Master (5)

Then, we split in five different groups and each group discussed one of the ...

Notes from the Berlin Scrumtisch of September 2016

Flip charts and recap from the September Berlin Scrumtisch

On
23 September 2016
In
Scrumtisch Berlin

This week, around 30 Scrum practitioners met for the Scrumtisch Berlin at Cafe 100 Waser in Friedrichshain. We had the chance to have long conversations, share knowledge with one another and learn from diverse environments and approaches. Afterwards Andrea Tomasini gave his expert opinion on the following topics:

  • Agile transition top-down
  • How to deal with non-estimable issues
  • Engage the lonely players
  • Prepare roadmap and release planning.

Following you can find the flip charts from the session:

topics 1

Thanks everyone for coming and see you next time.

Notes from the Berlin Scrumtisch of April 2016

The Scrumtisch Berlin of March 2016 took place in the Café 100 Wasser in Friedrichshain

On
22 April 2016
In
Scrumtisch Berlin

Around 50 scrum practitioners joined to share their knowledge, discuss and learn from each other.  The session was facilitated this time by Christine Brunn and Simon Sablowski following the Ritual Dissent method from Dave Snowden.

The following topics were discussed:

  • First 100 days as scrum master
  • Convincing other departments to become agile
  • Development of people vs. Processes
  • QA inside the team
  • Good practices for push and pull

Agenda and Ritual Dissent method

Topics backlog

Thanks to everybody who participated. See you next time at the Scrumtisch.

 

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