On May 28 and 29 the first Scrum Days Poland were organized. A great team made it happen, gently directed by two friends of the Scrum.org trainer community, Kate Terlecka and Tomek Wlodarek. Kate and Tomek were so kind to invite me for two sessions at the event:
- In the executive track I spoke about ‘Empirical Management’. Find the slide deck at SlideShare.
- For the main event I was asked to do the closing keynote, which was about ‘Scaled Professional Scrum’. Find the slide deck at SlideShare.
Apart from these sessions, I was asked for some thoughts on Scrum by different people:
1/ On behalf of the organization, Paweł Feliński checked in with me on some topics with regards to Scrum, and the adoption of Scrum:
2/ Leszek Pietrzkiewicz went around asking some people, including myself, to ‘describe’ Scrum in one word:
3/ Leszek Pietrzkiewicz asked me ‘Why do Scrum?’
4/ Andy Brandt, another Polish Professional Scrum Trainer, asked me some questions about Product Ownership, questions he typically gets from the attendants of his PSPO classes:
I applaud the local organizers for setting up such a great conference. I am grateful for being at the conference, meeting people and expressing the above thoughts. Traces of Scrum.