No two hour keynotes. No boring people. No awkward situations.

Scrum Days are different!

And last year we’ve made it! Hundreds of people learned something new about Scrum.
Thousands of business and personal partnerships came to life. Ask around. Scrum Days really are different.

Last year we have observed an interesting phenomenon. Every conference that happened after ours have adopted solutions we have introduced. That means, we have set the standard for agile conferences way higher than anyone before us. Our goal is to foster collaboration and self-organization. We will give you a set of tools and many things to organize yourself around. You are the owner of this conference. Use your power!

Register now!

Early bird

till 25th March
1199 PLN
(+23% VAT)

≈ CA. USD 370

≈ CA. EUR 330

Regular registration

till 29th April
1599 PLN
(+23% VAT)

≈ CA. USD 490

≈ CA. EUR 440

Later registration

after 29th April
2199 PLN
(+23% VAT)

≈ CA. USD 619

≈ CA. EUR 559

Scrum Days Conference + Executive Track

2999 PLN
(+23% VAT)

≈ CA. USD 680

≈ CA. EUR 610


Group Booking Discounts:

3 Delegates – 10%
4-5 Delegates – 15%
6+ Delegates – 20%

Talks

The best of the best
from all over the world

Workshops

Intense form
for deep understanding

Coaches’ corner

Do you know agile coaching?
Experience life coaching as well

Open up!

Time and space to meet people
and share Scrum experience

Collaboration catalyst

Some say it’s just
an afterparty

Classifieds

Walls connecting people

Job Corner

The best employees and employers
find each other

Accompanying classes

Extend your knowledge
even further

This year be ready for:

More Excitement

More Room
to Collaborate

More Knowledge

More Fun!!!

Goosebumps

Experience more

Learn

4 tracks – Process, Product, Experience and exclusively - Executive.
Each track is dedicated to bring understanding and knowledge to a specific group of attendees interested in subject.

Encounter

Meet speakers – each of them will have time for you individually. Encounter other interesting quest in open spaces available throughout the conference. Try to find your counterparts with a jigsaw puzzle and meet new people!

Grow

If you never experienced coaching – here’s the chance! Professional Life Coaches will be at your service during days. Find an employer or an employee – there will be a spot where you could have a preliminary interview if you’d like.

What tracks can you choose from this year?

PROCESS TRACK (The Scrum Mindset)

The change in thinking, agility and treating people like people. 18-minute TED-style talks. Mixed basic and advanced subjects, so that everyone will find something interesting. Aimed at changing your thinking: The Agile Mindset, The Future of Scrum and why you don’t want to do Scrum.

PRODUCT TRACK (The Product Mindset)

Product. Value. Market. 18-minute TED-style talks. Purely product and market sessions. Aimed at understanding what to focus on. How to say “No”, build trust and what actually is a User Story – the most abused tool in the Scrum universe.

EXPERIENCE TRACK (Touch And Try)

Didn't have enough of keynotes? Would you like to dive deeper? This is the place. To experience what skills support Scrum and what our keynotes think when asked for a second thought.

EXECUTIVE TRACK (High Level People, High Level Subjects)

High level reality. Live cases presented by Executives themselves. Organizational culture, real transformations, real challenges and how to overcome them with 9000 people.

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS AND OPEN SPACE (Deep Dive)

A set of useful tools for all the Scrum roles - story mapping, working with teams, shepherding organizations. 3-hour workshops will happen after lunch, so that you have power to dive deeper! Dives will feature: Team coaching, people contracts, PO game and many more.

Agenda

Day 1 - May, 12th


Process Track Experience Track Product Track

08:00 - 09:00

Registration, coffee, puzzle game

09:00 - 09:10

Introductions and conference instruction manual

09:10 - 09:30

Keynote: The Power of an Agile Mindset.

Linda Rising

09:30 - 09:40

Speaker presentations

09:40 - 10:00

Stop Doing Projects Using Scrum.

Jakub Szczepanik

Q&A.

Linda Rising

How do I Tell My Boss I Want to Be a Product Owner.

Daniil Lanovyi

10:00 - 10:20

TBA

Piotr Majchrzak

Evidence Based Management – Optimizing Sustainable...

Ravi Verma

10:20 - 10:40

SM Service to the Organization - Yeah, Right...

Radek Lont

Evolution or Revolution? Why Transformation Efforts Fail.

Renata Krupiarz

User Stories – Going From Misuse to Collaborative Value Creation.

Dominik Maximini

10:40 - 11:00

TBA

Scaling Engineering at BlaBlaCar.

Christian Jennewein

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee

11:30 - 11:40

Speaker presentations

11:40 - 12:00

What’s Next For Scrum Master (and Why it’s Manager)?

Piotr Uryga

Visualizations in Scrum.

Gabriela Borowczyk

Building Trust Through Early Progress with Remote Customer.

Jacek Wieczorek

12:00 - 12:20

Scrum at Scale – LeSS in PayU.

Andrzej Zińczuk

Say No! Be a Good Product Owner.

Łukasz Banach

12:20 - 12:40

Agile-Friendly Environment.

Rafał Wywioł

TBA

Telling Better Stories.

David Evans

12:40 - 13:00

Group and Anti-Group.

Wojciech Busiel

TBA

Paweł Feliński

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 14:30

Open Space Opening and Instructions.

14:30 - 17:00

Coffee, Open Space

FAQ

17:00 - 17:20

Closing


Day 2 - May, Friday the 13th


Process Track Experience Track Executive Track only with Executive Track passes

08:00 - 09:00

Morning Coffee & Cookies

09:00 - 09:10

Day 2 opening

Opening and introductions

09:10 - 09:30

Keynote: The future present of Scrum (Are we Done yet?)

Gunther Verheyen

09:30 - 09:40

Speaker presentations

09:40 - 10:00

Wasteful Scrum – Why do We do That to Ourselves?

Piotr Gruszczyk

Q&A.

Gunther Verheyen

Effective Structures for Efficient Agility.

Dominik Maximini

10:00 - 10:20

Empirical Agile Transformation – Hypotheses, Experiments & Learning from a 4500 person organization.

Ravi Verma

10:20 - 10:40

Story Mapping @ Scale – Old Tool with New Value.

Ewa Koprowska

Let Your Team Eliminate Waste.

Izabela Goździeniak

Getting Out of Monolith.

Wojciech Burkot

10:40 - 11:00

A Brief History of Time (In Mobile Applications Team).

Dominik Sawicki

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee

Coffee

11:30 - 11:40

Speaker presentations

11:40 - 12:00

Scaling Retrospectives.

Daniel Rurarz

Facilitator's Hat – How to Support Group Dynamics?

Katarzyna Ziemba

Not-So-Greenfield Agile Implementations.

Krzysztof Dąbrowski

12:00 - 12:20

Dogma Free Scrum.

Jem Djelal

12:20 - 12:40

Kate Terlecka

Beata Nowakowska

Great Software... Because We Put People First.

Jarosław Czaja

12:40 - 13:00

Prizes, thank you and workshop intorductions

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

Lunch

WORKSHOPS

Choose one from the list of following workshops.
First come first served rule applies.

EXECUTIVE WORKSHOPS

Choose one from the list of following workshops.

14:00 - 17:00

Strategies of Decision-Making.

Marek Rożalski

Story Mapping: Slicing Epics Into Testable Bites.

David Evans

Cont(r)act in Work With People.

Krystyna Abraham-Walasiak

Product Development Game.

Krzysztof Kosacki

Team and Group Coaching in Organizational Environment.

Rafał Szewczak, Michał Bloch

How to Be Effective? A Workshop on Giving and Receiving Feedback.

Michał Nowostawski, Izabela Woźniak

Agile Culture in Practice: Tools for Analyzing Your Culture.

Dominik Maximini

Myths and Patterns of Organizational Change.

Linda Rising



Please click on the image of a speaker to learn more about her or his professional experience.
Please click on the title of a session to learn more about its detailed description.

Keynote Speakers

Linda Rising

Talk: The Power of an Agile Mindset.

Gunther Verheyen

Talk: The Future Present of Scrum (Are We Done Yet?).

Speakers

Krystyna Abraham-Walasiak

Allegro Group

Workshop: Cont(r)act in Work With People.

Łukasz Banach

Codility

Talk: Say No! Be a Good Product Owner.

Michał Bloch

NOVO

Workshop: Team and Group Coaching...

Gabriela Borowczyk

MarkaPRO

Experience: Visualizations in Scrum.

Wojciech Burkot

Executive Talk: Getting Out of Monolith.

Wojciech Busiel

Halibut

Talk: Group and Anti-Group.

Jarosław Czaja

Future Processing

Executive Talk: Great Software... Because We Put People First.

Krzysztof Dąbrowski

mBank S.A.

Executive Talk: Not-So-Greenfield Agile Implementations.

Jem Djelal

Talk: Dogma Free Scrum.

David Evans

Neuri Consulting LLP

Talk: Telling Better Stories.

Workshop: Story Mapping: Slicing Epics Into Testable Bites.

Izabela Goździeniak

Allegro

Experience: Let Your Team Eliminate Waste.

Piotr Gruszczyk

Motorola Solutions

Talk: Wasteful Scrum – Why do We do That to Ourselves?

Christian Jennewein

BlaBlaCar

Talk: Scaling Engineering at BlaBlaCar.

Ewa Koprowska

PZU

Talk: Story Mapping @ Scale – Old Tool with New Value.

Renata Krupiarz

Crédit Agricole

Experience: Evolution or Revolution? Why Transformation Efforts Fail.

Daniil Lanovyi

Endouble

Talk: How do I Tell My Boss I Want to Be a Product Owner.

Radek Lont

SEQR

Talk: SM Service to the Organization - Yeah, Right...

Piotr Majchrzak

XSolve

Dominik Maximini

NovaTec

Talk: User Stories – Going From Misuse to Collaborative...

Executive Talk: Effective Structures for Efficient Agility.

Executive Workshop: Agile Culture in Practice: Tools...

Michał Nowostawski

Kursum

Workshop: How to Be Effective? A Workshop on Giving and...

Marek Rożalski

Trainer, Coach, Lecturer

Workshop: Strategies of Decision-Making.

Daniel Rurarz

SEQR

Talk: Scaling Retrospectives.

Dominik Sawicki

Grupa Pracuj

Talk: A Brief History of Time (In Mobile Applications Team).

Jakub Szczepanik

mBank

Talk: Stop Doing Projects Using Scrum.

Rafał Szewczak

NOVO

Workshop: Team and Group Coaching...

Piotr Uryga

Sabre Corporation

Talk: What’s Next For Scrum Master (and Why it’s Manager)?

Ravi Verma

Talk: Evidence Based Management – Optimizing Sustainable...

Talk: Empirical Agile Transformation – Hypotheses, Experiments

Jacek Wieczorek

STX Next

Talk: Building Trust Through Early Progress with Remote Customer.

Izabela Woźniak

Workshop: How to Be Effective? A Workshop on Giving and...

Rafał Wywioł

Kroll Ontrack

Talk: Agile-Friendly Environment.

Katarzyna Ziemba

Sabre Corporation

Experience: Facilitator's Hat – How to Support Group Dynamics?

Andrzej Zińczuk

PayU

Talk: Scrum at Scale – LeSS in PayU.

Coaches' Corner

We want to give you an experience on how traditional coaching looks like and why it’ such  great tool for any Scrum Master or other professional working with people. - Meet our Coaches!


Bożena Andrzejak

Elżbieta Cwynar-Budzińska

Wojciech Gorzelanny

Zuzanna Mazurek

Aleksandra Nowaczewska

Executive track

Condensed, tight-schedule-friendly and to the point. Designed especially to fit CxO level.

We will speak your language other. Conferences usually do not have topics for Top Management. Since Scrum requires your CxO support, we want to talk to you on your level. In comfortable, quiet area, we will talk about leadership, organizational change and managing companies.

Friendly for tight schedules, condensed to half day, aimed at doing business and managing large organizations. If you have some more time, you can attend the whole event with your Exec Track pass.

Among the speakers are

Wojciech Burkot

Jarosław Czaja

Krzysztof Dąbrowski

Dominik Maximini

Linda Rising

Agenda

(Executive Track will be held on 13th)

08:00 - 09:00

Morning Coffee & Cookies

09:00 - 09:40

Opening and introductions

09:40 - 10:20

Effective Structures for Efficient Agility.

Dominik Maximini

10:20 - 11:00

Getting Out of Monolith.

Wojciech Burkot

11:00 - 11:40

Coffee

11:40 - 12:20

Not-So-Greenfield Agile Implementations.

Krzysztof Dąbrowski

12:20 - 13:00

Great Software... Because We Put People First.

Jarosław Czaja

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 17:00

Agile Culture in Practice: Tools for Analyzing Your Culture.

Dominik Maximini

Myths and Patterns of Organizational Change.

Linda Rising

FAQ

What is the Executive Track?

It’s an exclusive event available only for executives and Top Management. Every person signing up for it is being carefully reviewed. Therefore, we are sure that the level is right. The main idea behind is to give you fruitful partnership with other companies and supply you with first-hand experiences people of your level should be aware of.

How long is it?

It’s one day. On Friday you will be greeted with a breakfast with speakers, then talks and deep dives will follow. In the afternoon, after lunch, a workshop will follow.

If you wish you can attend also the rest of the conference. And this part of it is exclusively for the likes of you.

What subjects can I expect?

Experiences from large companies, high-level management, scaling, transformations, overseeing cultural change, international collaboration and leading agile organizations.

Who’s behind us?

Kate Terlecka

One of the few women on Polish agile stage. Specializes in working with teams. Fascinated by people and their development, teaches Scrum Masters and coaches organizations.

Tomek Włodarek

One of the most experienced Scrummers, and the only Evidence-Based Management and Agility Path specialist in Poland. Involved in number of large scale transformations, specializes in enterprise agility. Stands for fat-free software and better, faster, and happier teams.

Paweł Feliński

Michał Fopp

Krzysztof Kosacki

Beata Nowakowska

Tomek Pawlak

Magdalena Szczodrońska

Sebastian Watras

Aleksandra Zygarska

Event Venue

Sound Garden Hotel

Żwirki i Wigury, 18 Warsaw

Accomodation

The participants of ScrumDays Conference have been offered with preferential rates for the accommodation.
Password to make a reservation at a special price: Scrum Days

Single room with breakfast - PLN 350,00 (Including 8% VAT)
Double room with breakfast - PLN 450,00 (Including 8% VAT)

To book at special price, please contact reservation desk: tel. (+48) 22 279 14 00 or 22 279 14 11,
e-mail: reservation@soundgardenhotel.pl or info@soundgardenhotel.

Sound Garden Hotel is the first SMART hotel in Warsaw. We invite you to relax your body in our soothing bed, refresh under powerful rain-shower, boost your energy with the Sound Bar or Good Company Restaurant and check the fastest internet connection among hotels in the City. Convenient location between your office and the airport, quick self-check-in, and special Sound Garden Sound Selection will simply make your stay more enjoyable.

Partners


Organizers

In collaboration with

Bronze Sponsor

Official Equipment Supplier

Communities

Learn about SCRUM

Become a Sponsor

You have a great opportunity to take advantage of some sponsor packages available for Scrum Days 2016. These are designed to create a real impact for your brand and provide a fantastic return on your marketing investment! Scrum Days will be also an excellent opportunity to meet candidates and to build employer branding.

Contact

Do you have any other question?
Contact us at
conference@scrumdays.pl

Or you can contact us directly

Aleksandra Zygarska

Content and cooperation matters


phone: +48 662 287 872

Magdalena Szczodrońska

Organizational matters


phone: +48 662 287 935

Marceli Kudajczyk

Registration of participants


phone: +48 662 287 839