Agile Human Factors
Agile is undoubtedly connected to information technologies and hardly ever ran away from this concept but … it’s teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage. Yes, culture makes us different, and technology make us the same, and this conference is a turning point to all of us to understand that mixing this two ingredient leads to innovation and creativity. The Agile Human Factors conference wants to respond to these challenges using the techniques of teamwork: 1- Leadership 2- Psychological safety 3- Flow 4- Cognitive Bias 5- Continuous Feedback Beside a panel of renowned speakers, join the 12 workshops during the day!
Just after XA2020 take your skills to the next level to earn globally recognized credentials and build your career with Radtac! - Certified Scrum Master (CSM)® (include Hardware Track) - Joe Justice - 1-2 Oct - Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)® - Jeff Patton - 1-2 Oct - ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Talent (ICP-TAL) - Pia-Maria - 1-2 Oct - Agile Fluency™ - Diana Larsen - 1-2 Oct - SAFe® Agilist (SA) - Sukie Kang 1-2 Oct
The author of two books on productivity: Hyperfocus, and The Productivity Project. Chris also writes about productivity at ALifeofProductivity.com, and speak to audiences around the world about how they can become more productive (without hating the process).
Krzysztof (Chris) Daniel is a Consultant for Leading Edge Forum, a research-led advisory organization that provides insights on emerging practice based on world-class research. LEF focus on advising and aligning with organizations who are leading, and aspiring to lead, with technology and change. Chris’s focus is on helping clients effectively use our Wardley Mapping strategy methodology for maximum benefit, helping clients anticipating market and ecosystem developments, so they know where to go and why.
Chris Lucian is the director of software development at Hunter Industries, a founder of mob programming and international keynote speaker. Chris is passionate about the advancement of software craftsmanship and machine learning. He also seeks the continuous improvement of himself, his family, his company, and his community. Chris believes that we can explore the unexplored potential in all things when looking at our processes with automation and creativity in mind.
Chet Hendrickson has been involved with Agile Software Development since 1996, when as a member of Chrysler’s C3 project he helped develop Extreme Programming. In 2000, Ron Jeffries, Ann Anderson, and Chet wrote Extreme Programming Installed. It detailed XP’s core practices, how to do them, and how they work together to help teams be successful.
A visionary pragmatist, Diana Larsen is Chief Connector at the Agile Fluency™ Project. Devoted to the success of all Agile coaches and teams, Diana co-authored books *Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great*; *Liftoff: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams*; *Five Rules for Accelerated Learning*; and co-originated the Agile Fluency™ Model.
Hugo Lourenço is the founder of eXperience Agile and Radtac Portugal. His main focus is to understand how companies are dealing with digital transformation and collaborate as an advisor to evolve the operational model as well as the approach to addressing the market to gain competitive advantage through an organisational evolution.
James W. Grenning
James Grenning, founder of Wingman Software, trains, coaches and consults worldwide. James is one of the original authors of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. With decades of software development experience, both technical and managerial, James brings a wealth of knowledge, skill, and creativity to software development teams and their management.
Joe Justice is a consultant at Scrum, Inc., a TEDx speaker, and coach for agile hardware and manufacturing teams around the world. He is the founder of Team WIKISPEED, an all Scrum volunteer-based, “green” automotive prototyping company, with a goal to change the world for the better.
Ken Pugh helps companies transform into lean-agile organizations through training and coaching. His special interests are in communication (requirements through ATDD), delivering business value, and using lean principles to deliver high quality quickly. He has written several programming books, including the 2006 Jolt Award winner Prefactoring and his latest Lean-Agile Acceptance Test Driven Development: Better Software Through Collaboration.
Lisa Crispin is the co-author, with Janet Gregory, of Agile Testing Condensed: A Basic Introduction (2019), More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team (2014), Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams (2009), the LiveLessons Agile Testing Essentials video course. Lisa was voted by her peers as the Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person at Agile Testing Days in 2012.
Pia-Maria is the author of Agile People – A Radical Approach for HR and Managers (That Leads to Motivated Employees), and the founder of Agile People. She specialize in helping companies move towards a culture of increased agility through Agile HR, Agile leadership and Motivation. She has worked as a consultant with many of Sweden’s largest companies, helping them to implement HR processes and solutions, always spiced with an agile mindset.
Sandy Mamoli is a former Olympian, international keynote speaker and author of "Creating Great Teams – How Self-Selection Lets People Excel". From working with global enterprises in Amsterdam, Stockholm and Copenhagen to being one of New Zealand’s leading coaches, she brings her practical flair and passionate advocacy for all things Agile to businesses around the world. She has a masters degree in artificial intelligence and knows quite a lot about Agile.
Stuart is a professional Business Visualiser with extensive experience and a deep-rooted appreciation for Design Thinking and Agile Principles/ Methodologies. Over time he became accustomed to Agile and Design Thinking ways of working, becoming a Certified Scrum Practitioner, DSDM Agile Analyst, Lean, Kanban Practitioner and SPC4 consultant.
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Doca de Alcantara Norte, Av. Brasília, 1350-352 Lisboa
Get to the venue
Cascais Line (Alcântara Station)
Azambuja Line (Alcântara-Terra)
Av. 24 de julho - 15E, 18E, 728, 732, 760
Av. Infante Santo - 720, 738
Av. de Ceuta - 712, 713, 714, 727, 742, 751 e 756
From Avenida Infanto Santo
At the bottom of the avenue, follow the viaduct over Avenida 24 de Julho and exit in front of the Museum.
From Avenida 24 de Julho or Avenida de Ceuta
Go up the viaduct towards the docks, go around the roundabout and at the first traffic lights turn right and follow the signs indicating the Museum.
From the Estoril Line
At Pedrouços, turn right onto the viaduct, following to Avenida Brasília.
Public parking next to the Museum.
Latitude 38º 42' 09N
Longitude 9º 10' 20W
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