Regional Scrum Gathering Dhaka 2019 – Program Schedule

December 6, 2019 : Day - 01
9:30am - 9:45am

Welcome note & Inaugration

  • Mizanur Rahman  
  • Main hall

Welcome note and two days session plan sharing.

9:46am - 10:45am

Keynote

  • Kiro Harada  
  • Main Hall

11:11am - 11:50am

Servant Leadership: An Art Of Creating Legacy

  • Rahul Sharma  
  • Main Hall

Management is cake walk, Leadership is not and Servant Leadership is definitely not. Becoming a great Servant Leader is exacting and is an art. I will unpack some useful aspects of servant leadership which delegates can use in their working environment from the very next day.

11:11am - 11:50am

Scrum Master from ORDINARY TO EXTRA-ORDINARY

  • Shipra Aggarwal  
  • New Hall

For: Practitioners Who: who want to learn and understand the evolution of ScrumMaster from good to great “ORDINARY TO EXTRA-ORDINARY “ IS A talk That: provides of what Scrum Masters should know Session will be mix of talk, interactions and discussions

12:00pm - 12:40pm

But that's not Scrum!

  • Arundhati Dutta  
  • Main Hall

Scrum has helped thousands of companies around the world deliver products that customers love & do it faster and cheaper. Yet alongside Scrum’s popularity has also come misconceptions around what Scrum is & what it isn’t. We’ll explore the essence of Scrum in an interactive & fun way together.

12:00pm - 12:40pm

Scrum in your personal life

  • Safique Ahmed Faruque  
  • New Hall

In order to manage unpredictable scenarios of life goals similar to ever-changing software requirements, scrum is one of the interesting ways of going ahead. You need to map your life events with scrum events, you’ll achieve the benefits and insights of your collective achievements.

2:11pm - 2:50pm

Agile for All - Transformation from a Telco's lens

  • Abhigya Pokharel  
  • Main Hall

Adopting change is not easy while transforming is even more challenging. Join me for an interesting case study of Agile Transformation in a Telecom Operator. The talk shall share the success stories and challenges faced during the transition, with a focus on the role of culture in enabling this.

2:11pm - 2:50pm

Chernobyl through Scrum Lens - An Analysis of Possibilities

  • Vivek Ganesan   Padma Satyamurthy  
  • New Hall

Could Scrum values have helped Chernobyl? Come join the binge-watchers of the Chernobyl show and the podcast to know their take. In this interactive session, you will experience how wearing the FROCC could help us rise to the occasion by taking the right decisions in moments of adversity

3:00pm - 3:40pm

Return to basics, adopting Agile in a fintech

  • Mozammel Haque  
  • Main Hall

Return to basics, adopting Agile in a fintech startup.

3:00pm - 3:40pm

Building High performing team in Agile

  • S. M. Shafiqul Islam  
  • New Hall

In Agile, People has been emphasized more than process & tools and the self-organizing high performing team is a dream for all. But building a high performing self-organizing team is not an easy task which needs effort & time. I will focus on strategies we can take to build high performing team.

4:00pm - 5:30pm

Improv unscripted - Happy hours starts NOW!

  • Rohit Arora  
  • Main Hall

Do you say Yes to yourself? Invite creativity, spontaneity, and fun into your everyday life. Make other people look good. This will make you look better, too! Let’s experience fun games and explore Improv for personal growth! Come, let’s get onto a journey - from “No” /”Yes, but” to “Yes, and”!

4:01pm - 4:40pm

Personal Agility - A Transformation Framework for Being Agile

  • Shweta Jaiswal  
  • New Hall

Discover the keys to truly embrace Agile values and uncover the power of gaining clarity around what really matters. You’ll learn how to create more alignment in your organization and apply Personal Agility, a framework to guide you and your teams toward reaching a state of higher performance.

4:51pm - 5:30pm

From Employee to Freelancer -- Agile journey for an agile coach

  • Bob Jiang  
  • New Hall

Certified Scrum Trainer from China would share his experience about how to be agile coach, what’s career path for agile coach, what’s essential skills for agile coach, how to build your brand, and how to build your community.

7:00pm - 10:00pm

Speaker Dinner

  • Roof Top

Only for speakers, volunteers and invited guests.

11:00am - 4:00pm

Coaches Clinic

  • Lobby area

Come and join our renowned coaches for one to one session.

December 7, 2019 : Day - 02
9:30am - 9:45am

Welcome & Days Agenda

  • Syedur Rahman  
  • Main Hall

9:46am - 10:30am

Keynote

  • Mizanur Rahman  
  • Main Hall

10:51am - 11:30am

How can you STOP FAKE AGILITY and START BUSINESS AGILITY?

  • AMOL PRADHAN  
  • Main Hall

Established large firms struggle with business agility, due to fake agility. McKinsey’s agility survey shows that 90% of senior executives prioritize firms to become agile, but only 10% achieve business agility. So how to identify (and avoid) FAKE Agility; and start achieving BUSINESS Agility?

10:51am - 11:30am

Agile Testing: Dont deliver crap in the name of the Holy Agile

  • Pawan Krishna Shrestha  
  • New Hall

To not deliver crap, how we should be managing testing or quality assurance processes. How Tester needs to change their skill sets, behaviors, approaches of testing, test management, transform from the concept of one big testing at the end of the life-cycle to the concept of “Continuous Testing”.

11:41am - 12:20pm

Scrum from the trenches: Common challenges faced by real-world SCRUM Teams and strategies for their resolutions

  • Adil Faisal  
  • Main Hall

In the course of practicing SCRUM in the enterprise, teams come face-to-face with various types of their own dysfunction that undermine their effective adoption of SCRUM. In this session, we will go over a list of such real-world issues that almost all SCRUM teams encounter at some point in their Agile journey. We would also cover effective strategies to address such issues in the context of a software development team. Please note, Scrum, as an Agile practice, intentionally stays out of directly addressing many of these issues. This omission is deliberate, not an oversight, and one of the strengths of SCRUM, making it lightweight and flexible to adapt to a wide number of domains.

12:31pm - 1:10pm

The Power of Emotional Intelligence - A Key Success Factor for Agile Teams

  • Nagini Chandramouli   Umme Kulsum  
  • Main Hall

Emotional Intelligence is one of the most interesting and significant topic that is related to all of us. Since trust, transparency, commitment, collaboration and respect are the pillars of agile, it is important to understand how it is helpful in enhancing these values in Agile teams.

12:31pm - 1:10pm

Unlearning – your learning is never complete without it

  • Nivarti Jayaram  
  • New Hall

Are you looking to transform yourself or involved in transforming an organization? During transformation, we focus is on learning and transformation is seen to be on track.At slightest of trouble, the teams start falling back to their old ways because learning is never complete without unlearning.

2:31pm - 3:10pm

The Agile Senses Needed for Change

  • Areeb Quasem  
  • New Hall

The Agile Sense will help you bring value and change in today’s ever changing complex world.. Theses senses are Lean Practices, Business Agility, Leadership Development, Cultural Growth, Emotional Intelligence, Customer Centricity. and Systems Thinking. These senses will ensure you are equipped.

2:31pm - 3:10pm

Managing risk on Agile projects

  • Vivek Rana  
  • Main Hall

Most often, agile training is focused on the team. Without planning risks and dependencies, a well-formed team will quickly find itself mired in impediments, ultimately killing productivity. This session is a discussion of the built-in risk management capabilities of Agile, with some additional practices one can use to manage and mitigate project risk.

3:21pm - 4:00pm

Karaoke with Agile Engineering Principles

  • Priya Patra  
  • Main Hall

“Teach me I will forget, show me I will learn, involve me I will remember forever”. This session will focus on enhancing the involvement of the audience via a presentation karaoke to enforce Agile engineering principles.A person will be chosen to speak on the slide, others learn & have a lot of fun!

3:21pm - 4:00pm

TBA

  • New Hall

4:30pm - 5:00pm

Lightning Talk

  • Zahid Hasan   Amit Bajracharya   Sharmin khan Urmi  
  • Main Hall

5:00pm - 5:30pm

Panel Discussion

  • Main Hall

5:31pm - 6:00pm

Closing

  • Main Hall

11:00am - 5:00pm

Coaches Clinic

  • Lobby Area

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