Past Events


Agile 101 for April 2, 2015
Marie Schulmann

Marie Schulmann

Topic: Retrospectives

Learn about one of the most powerful ceremonies in Scrum – what is it? Why have a retrospective? When to have one and how to be sure it results in positive action. Led by Marie Schulmann, CSM, Corporate Agile Coach at Bottomline Technologies.

About the session leader:

Marie Schulmann is a Corporate Agile Coach at Bottomline Technologies where she works with teams across the globe to transition from waterfall technologies to Agile/Scrum practice or to enhance their current Agile/Scrum practices. As a CSM & PMP, Marie writes a monthly column for BT staff on various Scrum topics and technique.  She has delivered Agile/Scrum training to over 100 Bottomline Technologies employees and delivered customized workshops in Jira as well as backlog grooming and user story writing techniques.

Prior to Bottomline, Marie held positions as an Agile coach, Scrum Master and Program manager for multiple Scrum teams delivering software products in Healthcare, Cybersecurity and Education markets.


Agile 101 and Kanban 101 courses run from 6:00 to 6:45 during the networking period of the monthly meeting. A sign-up sheet is posted at 5:30 near the check-in table. Capacity is limited to 10 people per class, and sign-up is first come, first served.

 
Kanban 101 for April 2, 2015
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

Why Most People Misunderstand Kanban

Despite all the attention it has received, Kanban is misunderstood by many technology professionals. We'll engage in a high-level overview of Kanban's origins and evolution, and illustrate how in its current form it can bring new capabilities to the way we work. Led by Ajay Reddy, Chief Product Strategist for ScrumDo.com and Jack Speranza, COO of Code Genesys.

 

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy has coached several teams in Scrumban and Kanban in the last five years. He founded Code Genesys, an Agile-Kanban boutique in 2009 and ScrumDo, a Scrumban tool in 2010, with the express purpose of facilitating Agile implementations. His most recent production is the GetScrumban game has been a valuable learning aid to teach Flow principles to Scrum teams. He is the Chief Product Strategist for ScrumDo.com -now used in 145 countries. Twitter: @ajrdy

 

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys.  In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of Advisors for the past several years.

 
Agile Product Owner vs. Product Manager

May 07, 2015, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Constant Contact, Waltham, MA: REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

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BPMA

Topic:

Agile New England and the Boston Product Management Association (BPMA) welcome you to a lively discussion of the roles of the product owner and product manager in Agile development environments. Our panel of experts will explore the overlap and differences between these important roles, and how each can maximize the team'€™s responsiveness to customer needs.

The panel will explore questions like:

Are both roles necessary, or are they really the same job?

How are product manager and product owner responsibilities similar and different in Agile?

How does the product manager role change when an organization transitions to Agile?

What is the right balance between customer interaction and guidance for the development team?

What sort of background and temperament is required for each role?

This will be a joint meeting of Agile New England and the BPMA. Bring your questions about the product owner and product manager roles to this session. Whether you are new to Agile or an expert, please join us in what is sure to be an exciting panel discussion.

About the moderator and panelists:

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Kanban 101 for March 5, 2015
Ajay Reddy

Ajay Reddy

Kanban Foundations: Why Most People Misunderstand what Kanban Really Is

Despite (or perhaps because of) the attention Kanban has received in the blogosphere and other publications, Kanban remains one of the most misunderstood frameworks among technology professionals.  In this session, we’ll engage in a high-level overview of Kanban’s origins and evolutions, underscoring how its current form can help bring new understandings and capabilities to the way we work.

About the session leaders:

Ajay Reddy has coached several teams in Scrumban and Kanban in the last five years. He founded Code Genesys, an Agile-Kanban boutique in 2009 and ScrumDo, a Scrumban tool in 2010, with the express purpose of facilitating Agile implementations. His most recent production is the GetScrumban game has been a valuable learning aid to teach Flow principles to Scrum teams. He is the Chief Product Strategist for ScrumDo.com -now used in 145 countries. Twitter: @ajrdy

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza

Jack Speranza leads operations for Code Genesys.  In addition to serving as a trainer and coach, Jack’s passionate about maximizing the impact of technology throughout a business.  He’s implemented Kanban as a management framework across non-IT operations, and enjoys contributing to the creation of high-performing organizations.  Jack teaches the Entrepreneurship Capstone at Clark University, and has served on the University’s  Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program Board of Advisors for the past several years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Agile 101 for March 5, 2015
Marina Shalmon

Marina Shalmon

Standup Meeting

  • Short meeting – 15 minutes recommended
  • Three questions
    • What did I do yesterday
    • What do I plan to do today
    • What impediments do I have?
  • Serves as an effective daily synch point
  • Promotes communication
  • Minimizes waste
  • Identifies impediments

About the session leader:

Marina Shalmon is a former President of Agile New England, a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and an Agile coach with an interest in the human side of Agile. She is the President and Founder of Deep Roots Agile Coaching.


Agile 101 and Kanban 101 courses run from 6:00 to 6:45 during the networking period of the monthly meeting. A sign-up sheet is posted at 5:30 near the check-in table. Capacity is limited to 10 people per class, and sign-up is first come, first served.

 
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