24 / 04 / 2021 Online

UA Online PMDay 2021

Days
Hours
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Audience
IT PMs
Team Leads
Software Developers
Product managers
IT Companies CEO
Business Analytics
non-IT PMs
3
Tracks
A rich program and lots of content
30
Speakers
Industry professionals will tell you the most important thing
500
Participants
The conference brings together participants from all over the world
Tracks
Speakers
Digital.ai, Chief Scientist, Value Stream Management, Vice President
Certified LeSS trainer, certified enterprise coach
Scrum.Works, Professional Scrum Trainer
Flight Levels Academy, Chief Executive Officer
BMS, Director, Agile Center of Excellence
Xolo, Growth Product Manager
FirstRoot, Inc, Founder and CEO
Scrum.org, Product Owner, Professional Development Solutions
Enhancv, Head of Product & Growth
Radical Product Thinking, Co-founder
Saat Network GmbH Author, Speaker, Executive Agile Coach, Scrum Trainer
Agendashift, Founder
Modus Cooperandi, CEO
agiledrive, Executive Agile Coach, Managing Partner


Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org, Reporting Director at EveryMatrix Ltd

Think-Tank "Culture & Process", Organizational Coach

Agile & Organizational Coach at Simplesense, Scrum Master at Terrasoft
Fozzy Group, Agile Coach & Organizational Consultant
Development Director, Agile and Organizational coach
Stratoplan, co-founder
SimpleSense, Agile & Organizational Coach
eMalyatko, Project Manager
EPAM, Director, Software Engineering
SkillsUp, Luxoft, Founder, Program Manager
Lviv Startup Club / LemBS, Founder
Uklon, Delivery Manager
Uklon, CIO
PM Models
09:30 – 10:00
09:30 – 10:00
Registration
10:00 – 10:45
10:00 – 10:45
Panel Discussion
10:45 – 11:30
10:45 – 11:30
Як визначити менеджера в котрого завжди майже все готово (RU)
Viacheslav Pankratov
Якщо спробувати виділити якусь типологію серед менеджерів проектів, то напрошується поділ по відношенню до результату і завершення проектів.

Одні менеджери можуть випустити проект, а деяких доводиться штовхати. У когось проект виходить в термін, а у когось він «майже готовий». Так, такою поведінкою страждають не тільки менеджери проектів, а й фахівці інших напрямків. Однак, якщо у проекту ще й менеджер, у якого все готово, але не здано / не передана / не викотилося - біда

Як зрозуміти на ранніх етапах, що перед вами саме такий тип менеджера? Як уникнути помилок при підвищенні або наймання?

Спробуємо подивитися на менеджерів в більш широкій часовій перспективі, ніж «проект», «ітерація», «реліз».
11:30 - 12:15
11:30 - 12:15
Value Creation Model And How It Works On Practice (RU)
Dmytro Zinoviev
Any organization is in constant search of creating a model that will allow achieving much better business performance. It is the holy grail in the management world - quite challengeable, but achievable by continuous improvements. Let's dive deeper into the options for transformation based on the Value Creation model: definition, obstacles, business drivers, and practical approaches. And answering such questions as ... for what? ... why should I do that? ... what is the difference? ... how to motivate people? ... how to adapt employees to the new reality?
12:15 - 13:00
12:15 - 13:00
TBD
Dmitry Velykoivanenko
13:00 - 13:45
13:00 - 13:45
Fare thee well, Taylorism (EN)
David Sabine
I will contrast the Fred Taylor's "Scientific Management" with the empirical patterns of predominant Agile practices — and propose an answer to the question: "How is it that Taylor's 'Scientific Management' is so unscientific?"
13:45 - 14:30
13:45 - 14:30
Leader and Organizational scripts (scenarios) (RU)
Natalia Renska
• How to analyze organizational culture and relationship in teams using concepts such as Transactional Analysis script theory.
• Leader's ego states and the key functions in relationship building.
• Main organizational scripts and internal games.
• Existential leadership.
14:30 - 15:15
14:30 - 15:15
Із менеджера в топ-менеджери. Психологічні аспекти зростання лідера (UA)
Yuriy Koziy
Кар'єрні стратегії для менеджерів. Як отримувати кайф від роботи на довгій дистанції?
• Змінювати компанії чи зберігати вірність одній?
• Робота за наймом чи власний бізнес?
• Як продовжувати отримувати адекватний рівень компенсації впродовж усієї кар'єри?
• Чи роботою єдиною?
15:15 - 16:00
15:15 - 16:00
Value Stream Management (EN)
Richard Knaster
16:00 - 16:45
16:00 - 16:45
Як долати скляні стелі в роботі зі стейкголдерами проєкту (UA)
Kateryna Chernohorenko
16:45 - 17:30
16:45 - 17:30
Overcome lack of tech talents challenges (RU)
Maryna Melnyk
17:30 - 18:15
17:30 - 18:15
TBD
Jim Benson
18:15 - 18:30
18:15 - 18:30
Conference Closing
Agile
09:30 – 10:00
09:30 – 10:00
Registration
10:00 – 10:45
10:00 – 10:45
Navigating a VUCA world with Personal Agility (EN)
Peter Stevens
10:45 – 11:30
10:45 – 11:30
Як і чому не слід масштабувати Agile не важливо в сторону якого фреймворка ви дивитеся (RU)
Artem Bykovets
Agile and Scrum in particular have clearly become almost the gold standard for building software development processes in 70-80% of companies around the world today. But despite the fact that Agile celebrated its 20th anniversary in February, and Scrum celebrated its 25th anniversary last November, quite often at the scaling stage there are very "unique" examples of adapting both the principles of the manifest and a minimalistic framework that introduces and requires only basic fundamental rules: 3 roles, one product backlog, one sprint and sprint backlog + 4 main events per team on a regular basis.

In this talk, we'll talk:
• about the most common anti-patterns that occur "in fields";
• about why they might not be the best solution to the problem we want to solve with them;
• about what are the alternatives to these solutions, if your company is "too unique" to take a ready-made scaling framework in the form described by the authors;
• and how these decisions can be reached evolutionarily, and not from a position: "I am an expert and I know how to do it right, but you did everything wrong!".
11:30 - 12:15
11:30 - 12:15
Why Agile Teams Have Nothing To Do With Business Agility (EN)
Klaus Leopold
In this talk, I discuss an agile transformation where approximately 600 people were involved. The goal was to shorten the time-to-market for initiatives to be able to respond to customer needs more quickly and, as such, improve business agility. The company carried out a reorganisation where they constructed cross-functional teams to have the required knowledge fully available within the team. Also, the teams were categorised according to the products to remove any dependencies. Visualisation of the work, Standup meetings and Retrospectives made the agile transformation complete - except for the expected improvements. In this session, I share what we did to improve the situation and reach the goal of "more business agility". I also show how you can approach an agile transformation of this size to avoid no improvements being seen. So much I can tell you in advance: do not start at the team level - it will save not only your nerves but also a lot of money!
12:15 - 13:00
12:15 - 13:00
Outside-in strategy (EN)
Mike Burrows
13:00 - 13:45
13:00 - 13:45
TBD
TBD
13:45 - 14:30
13:45 - 14:30
Втомлений лідер. Проблема не в людині (RU)
Sergii Melnichenko
14:30 - 15:15
14:30 - 15:15
Panel Discussion "Fail Fast"
Moderator: Artem Bykovets
15:15 - 16:00
15:15 - 16:00
Agile Transformation: Playing the Long Game for Real Change (EN)
Mike Palladino
Many companies focus on quick wins when implementing Agile. For Agile to become sustainable, the transformation needs to occur at multiple levels: Individual, team, leadership and supporting teams. By understanding the core of Agile is about helping people change the way they work, people's motivation plays a large part in the success. They must be ready to change. Sometimes people are immediately ready for change, and others may take months or years to be ready. Come learn why we must be patient, think about the long term, and highlight small wins to keep the momentum moving forward.
16:00 - 16:45
16:00 - 16:45
Agile Twinning: Scrum Masters & Agile Coaches (EN)
Leslie Morse
As agile arrives in more and more companies, it is common for traditional organizational design patterns to collide with ideals of the agile enterprise. One of the traditional structures, the hierarchy of roles, is a passionate debate amongst agilists. During this talk, the framing of Scrum Master and Agile Coach are used to explore how hierarchy within agile roles impacts organizational agility.
16:45 - 17:30
16:45 - 17:30
Startup SAFe® (EN)
Luke Hohmann
While SAFe is the premier method for scaling agility, many organizations think of SAFe as 'only' applicable to 'Scaling Agile'. This limits the benefits that they get from SAFe. In this talk I will present how we are using the Portfolio Configuration of SAFe to create FirstRoot, a new fintech focused on creating financial literate children capable of transforming their communities as they become financially independent adults through creativity, communication, critical thinking and collaboration. The lessons learned are applicable to organizations of any size, including organizations who seek to accelerate innovation in Horizon 3 of their LPM portfolio.
17:30 - 18:15
17:30 - 18:15
Exposing Uncomfortable Topics: Errors and Omissions with Scaling (EN)
Gene Gendel
Bad scaling is one of the biggest 'agile problems' of modern days for companies.

Bad scaling is one of the three (the other two are : "agile tools" mania and falling a victim to big consultancies' industrial model) most expensive mistakes companies make, when they set themselves on a wrong 'agile course'.

Bad scaling is one of the three corners of "Trippe Taxation" triangle:

Bad scaling comes in the form of trivializing agility at is core, weakening agile roles, plagiarizing and relabeling someone else's experiments and calling them 'operating models', copy-pasting Scrum and Scrum roles into Fractal Geometry that look great on paper.

In this session, Gene will expose some classic pitfalls of bad scaling and will recommend how, more good things could be done with less stuff, how things could be done better, using Large Scale Scrum (LeSS).
18:15 - 18:30
18:15 - 18:30
Conference Closing
Product Management
09:30 – 10:00
09:30 – 10:00
Registration
10:00 – 10:45
10:00 – 10:45
TBD
TBD
10:45 – 11:30
10:45 – 11:30
Product manager evolution in a high growth startup (RU)
Roman Rossov
Про шлях від спеціаліста початкового рівня до продакт ліда та як вимоги до PM заміняється від росту компанії на прикладі Wise (ex-TransferWise).
11:30 - 12:15
11:30 - 12:15
Вимірювання показників швидкості і якості виробничої діяльності в продуктовій компанії (RU)
Alexander Marchenko
• Чому простих метрик недостатньо для розуміння пропускної здатності команди?
• Як показники команди Product / Technical Support говорять про якість розробки?
• Як розмивання експертизи в командах впливає на швидкість розробки та постачання?
12:15 - 13:00
12:15 - 13:00
TBD
TBD
13:00 - 13:45
13:00 - 13:45
A/B testing - the complete guide (EN)
Noam Auerbach
13:45 - 14:30
13:45 - 14:30
Принцип ставок в бюджетуванні продуктів в ентерпрайзі (RU)
Yaroslav Novosiolov
14:30 - 15:15
14:30 - 15:15
TBD
TBD
15:15 - 16:00
15:15 - 16:00
Ефективні бізнес-процеси в компанії та їх оперативна еволюція (RU)
Sergiy Lozko
Створення екосистеми процесів в компанії, їх оперативна автоматизація та оптимізація. Економія сотень годин менеджерів і автоматизація багатьох сотень тисяч "кліків". Інтеграція зі сторонніми продуктами, як елемент єдиного інформаційного простору.
16:00 - 16:45
16:00 - 16:45
Radical Product Thinking: Product leadership in the future (EN)
Radhika Dutt
16:45 - 17:30
16:45 - 17:30
Data Science in Product Analytics. Quo Vadis (UA)
Rostyslav Chayka
Продуктова аналітика розвивається протягом останніх декількох десятиліть. І зараз це уже не тільки про вибір правильної North Star метрики чи аналіз Retention під найбільш корисним кутом зору. А скоріше про автоматичне розпізнавання цільових аудиторій, розуміння які нові дії чи фічі приводять до результату на великих вибірках. Як може Data Science допомогти в цьому. Які утиліти доступні і куди все рухається? Про це поговоримо на моїй доповіді на конференції.
17:30 - 18:15
17:30 - 18:15
TBD
TBD
18:15 - 18:30
18:15 - 18:30
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Digital.ai, Chief Scientist, Value Stream Management, Vice President
Richard Knaster
Presentation Topic:
Value Stream Management (EN)


Certified LeSS trainer, certified enterprise coach
Gene Gendel
About speaker:
Gene Gendel is an organizational design specialist, agile/lean coach and trainer, consultant and adviser to senior leadership. Almost 15 of 20+ years of his professional experience – Gene dedicated to working with companies of various sizes and lines of business, trying to help them improve internal dynamics, organizational structure and becoming a better place to work. Gene engages at all organizational levels: senior- and mid-level management, teams and individuals. In his work, Gene uses various methods, tools and techniques to amplify learning by others and to ensure that people gain autonomy after Gene "coaches himself out of the job".

Presentation Topic:
Exposing Uncomfortable Topics: Errors and Omissions with Scaling (EN)

More about presentation:
Bad scaling is one of the biggest 'agile problems' of modern days for companies.

Bad scaling is one of the three (the other two are : "agile tools" mania and falling a victim to big consultancies' industrial model) most expensive mistakes companies make, when they set themselves on a wrong 'agile course'.

Bad scaling is one of the three corners of "Trippe Taxation" triangle:

Bad scaling comes in the form of trivializing agility at is core, weakening agile roles, plagiarizing and relabeling someone else's experiments and calling them 'operating models', copy-pasting Scrum and Scrum roles into Fractal Geometry that look great on paper.

In this session, Gene will expose some classic pitfalls of bad scaling and will recommend how, more good things could be done with less stuff, how things could be done better, using Large Scale Scrum (LeSS).

Scrum.Works, Professional Scrum Trainer
David Sabine
Presentation Topic:
Fare thee well, Taylorism (EN)

More about presentation:
I will contrast the Fred Taylor's "Scientific Management" with the empirical patterns of predominant Agile practices — and propose an answer to the question: "How is it that Taylor's 'Scientific Management' is so unscientific?"



Flight Levels Academy, Chief Executive Officer
Klaus Leopold
About speaker:
Dr Klaus Leopold, computer scientist, Kanban pioneer and creator of the Flight Levels Model, has many years of experience as a top management consultant. He advises companies worldwide on how to act agile on the market. Klaus is the author of the bestseller Rethinking Agile, Practical Kanban and co-author of the standard work Kanban Change Leadership. He is co-founder of the Flight Levels Academy, and he publishes his current thoughts and experiences in the world of Flight Levels and organisational development on his blog www.LEANability.com.

Presentation Topic:
Why Agile Teams Have Nothing To Do With Business Agility (EN)

More about presentation:
In this talk, I discuss an agile transformation where approximately 600 people were involved. The goal was to shorten the time-to-market for initiatives to be able to respond to customer needs more quickly and, as such, improve business agility. The company carried out a reorganisation where they constructed cross-functional teams to have the required knowledge fully available within the team. Also, the teams were categorised according to the products to remove any dependencies. Visualisation of the work, Standup meetings and Retrospectives made the agile transformation complete - except for the expected improvements. In this session, I share what we did to improve the situation and reach the goal of "more business agility". I also show how you can approach an agile transformation of this size to avoid no improvements being seen. So much I can tell you in advance: do not start at the team level - it will save not only your nerves but also a lot of money!

BMS, Director, Agile Center of Excellence
Mike Palladino
About speaker:
Mike Palladino is a Project Management and Agile professional with broad experience across several industries. He is the Director of the Agile Center of Excellence at Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals. Mike is an adjunct Professor at Villanova University, Past President of PMI-DVC, past board member of PMI-SNEC and has presented in several countries for over 20 years. He is also an author for Data Management University.

Presentation Topic:
Agile Transformation: Playing the Long Game for Real Change (EN)

More about presentation:
Many companies focus on quick wins when implementing Agile. For Agile to become sustainable, the transformation needs to occur at multiple levels: Individual, team, leadership and supporting teams. By understanding the core of Agile is about helping people change the way they work, people's motivation plays a large part in the success. They must be ready to change. Sometimes people are immediately ready for change, and others may take months or years to be ready. Come learn why we must be patient, think about the long term, and highlight small wins to keep the momentum moving forward.
Xolo, Growth Product Manager
Roman Rossov
Presentation Topic:
Product manager evolution in a high growth startup (RU)

More about presentation:
Про шлях від спеціаліста початкового рівня до продакт ліда та як вимоги до PM заміняється від росту компанії на прикладі Wise (ex-TransferWise).
FirstRoot, Inc, Founder and CEO
Luke Hohmann

About speaker:
A serial entrepreneur and internationally recognized expert in Agile Software development, Luke's last company, Conteneo, was an enterprise collaboration software company that helped large enterprises administer more than $ 3B using Participatory Budgeting techniques. Conteneo was acquired by Scaled Agile, Inc. in 2019. Luke has made key contributions to the SAFe APD and LPM competencies and contributed to the development of the SAFe POPM, APM, and LPM courses.

Presentation Topic:
Startup SAFe® (EN)

More about presentation:
While SAFe is the premier method for scaling agility, many organizations think of SAFe as 'only' applicable to 'Scaling Agile'. This limits the benefits that they get from SAFe. In this talk I will present how we are using the Portfolio Configuration of SAFe to create FirstRoot, a new fintech focused on creating financial literate children capable of transforming their communities as they become financially independent adults through creativity, communication, critical thinking and collaboration. The lessons learned are applicable to organizations of any size, including organizations who seek to accelerate innovation in Horizon 3 of their LPM portfolio.

Scrum.org, Product Owner, Professional Development Solutions
Leslie Morse
About speaker:
Leslie Morse is the Product Owner for Scrum.org Professional Development Solutions. Her work focuses on the intersection of community and professional development programs that enable life-long learning for those solving complex problems. She believes this work has the potential to unlock the creative wisdom of humans across the world, and is passionate about building Relationship Systems Intelligence™ within herself and others. In addition to her work at Scrum.org she also serves on the Women in Agile Org leadership team and is the host of the Women in Agile podcast.

Presentation Topic:
Agile Twinning: Scrum Masters & Agile Coaches (EN)

More about presentation:
As agile arrives in more and more companies, it is common for traditional organizational design patterns to collide with ideals of the agile enterprise. One of the traditional structures, the hierarchy of roles, is a passionate debate amongst agilists. During this talk, the framing of Scrum Master and Agile Coach are used to explore how hierarchy within agile roles impacts organizational agility.

Enhancv, Head of Product & Growth
Noam Auerbach

About speaker:
Enhancv is responsible for all features and experiences that are user-facing, from the first website visit to the booking. Previously, he was Head of Product at YEAY, a shopping app for teenagers, and the Product Manager for the Growth Team at SoundCloud. Noam has been building this talk over the past year; through running A/B tests, researching features & interviewing users, building complex systems for paid marketing, and scaling SEO traffic.

Presentation Topic:
A/B testing - the complete guide (EN)
Radical Product Thinking, Co-founder
Radhika Dutt
Presentation Topic:
Radical Product Thinking: Product leadership in the future (EN)


Saat Network GmbH Author, Speaker, Executive Agile Coach, Scrum Trainer
Peter Stevens

About speaker:
Keynote Speaker, Executive Agile Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer. Call me "Mr. Do What Matters". My day job: I teach people how to do Scrum. What I really do: I inspire people to change their situation for the better. I help companies transform into more effective, more successful and happier organizations. I am the creator of The Personal Agility System (tm), the simple framework for doing more that matters.

Presentation Topic:
Navigating a VUCA world with Personal Agility (EN)


Agendashift, Founder
Mike Burrows
Presentation Topic:
Outside-in strategy (EN)

Modus Cooperandi, CEO
Jim Benson
agiledrive, Executive Agile Coach, Managing Partner
Yuriy Koziy

About speaker:
Юрій Козій - експерт із стратегічних трансформацій бізнесу, власник консалтингової агенції agiledrive. Спеціалізується на нетривіальних кейсах і вирішенні складних задач за допомогою методів коучингу, фасилітації та гнучкого управління. Серед клієнтів – Vodafone, «УКРСИББАНК», Borjomi, Лінія магазинів EVA, British American Tobacco, креативна агенція banda та інші.

Юрій активний учасник українського Agile- і управлінського ком'юніті. Багатогранний досвід роботи, робить його затребуваним спікером як на зустрічах з гнучких підходіві, так і на конференціях з управління і ведення бізнесу. Одним із результатів розвитку у сфері управління проектами стала нагорода "Best Professional in Project Management" від Ukrainian IT Awards (2015).

Presentation Topic:
Із менеджера в топ-менеджери. Психологічні аспекти зростання лідера (UA)

More about presentation:
Кар'єрні стратегії для менеджерів. Як отримувати кайф від роботи на довгій дистанції?
• Змінювати компанії чи зберігати вірність одній?
• Робота за наймом чи власний бізнес?
• Як продовжувати отримувати адекватний рівень компенсації впродовж усієї кар'єри?
• Чи роботою єдиною?



Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org, Reporting Director at EveryMatrix Ltd
Bogdan Onyshchenko
About speaker:
Bogdan brings 10 years of experience as a Developer, Scrum Master, Product Owner and Trainer. Having experience with all the accountabilities on a Scrum Team allowed to obtain the deep understanding of underlying details that make Scrum Teams truly great.

Over the years he designed and managed IT products in telecommunications, logistics, retail and online gambling domains in Ukraine, Poland and Germany. He believes in a practical approach and for the last 5 years has served as a Product Owner or Product Manager in several companies. This allows him to better understand the struggles of agile product management and share his hands-on experience with students.

Bogdan also hosts Plus50agility podcast where he talks to the industry experts to get in depth into different aspects of business agility.

Presentation Topic:
Чому традиційного проектного менеджменту сьогодні буває недостатньо і що з цим робити? (UA)

More about presentation:
• Недоліки традиційного проектного підходу в умовах стрімкого та конкурентного ринку
• Усвідомлення справжніх критеріїв успішної реалізації проекту
• Реалізація проектів та управління очікуваннями замовників за допомогою гнучких контрактів

Think-Tank "Culture & Process", Organizational Coach
Natalia Renska

About speaker:
Organizational Coach & consultant. 10+ years of experience in Delivery management. PM Mentor, Editor & Trainer "Delivery Master" course. PMI Ukraine Chapter member. PMP®, CSM®, CAL1®, ICP®, ICP-DAS®, ICP-APO®, ICP-ACC®, ICP- ATF®, SAFe 4.0 Agilist

Presentation Topic:
Leader and Organizational scripts (scenarios) (RU)

More about presentation:
• How to analyze organizational culture and relationship in teams using concepts such as Transactional Analysis script theory.
• Leader's ego states and the key functions in relationship building.
• Main organizational scripts and internal games.
• Existential leadership.



Agile & Organizational Coach at Simplesense, Scrum Master at Terrasoft
Sergii Melnichenko
About speaker:
I started my IT career as a RoR programmer in 2016, later as QA automation.

I worked at a hardware startup, where in 2017 I initiated and helped transform software development processes from the familiar Waterfall to the Scrum Framework. For the last 3 years I have been working in a Ukrainian product company as a Scrum Master for three RnD teams. I provide training on Agile, Scrum and related frameworks.

I am part of the amazing Simplesense consulting team. Together, we help organizational leaders, teams, and individuals explore and try new approaches to creating products and services. In an effort to improve my knowledge, skills and abilities, I regularly go through training and love to share my knowledge and experience with others. I own certificates: CSM, CSPO, CAL-1 (ScrumAlliance), KMP1, KSD (Kanban University), Management 3.0.

I attend a large number of seminars and conferences as a guest and speaker. I write scientific articles at the intersection of management and psychology. In addition to education and work in the Agile environment, I have a PhD. in psychology (2014) and I am a student at the School of Transactional Analysis and a member of the Ukrainian Association for Transactional Analysis.

I was lucky to work with companies: Byblos Bank Lebanon, Terrasoft Ukraine (Creatio), McDonald's Ukraine, StarlightMedia Production, MHP, Ukrtelecom.

Presentation Topic:
Втомлений лідер. Проблема не в людині (RU)


Fozzy Group, Agile Coach & Organizational Consultant
Yaroslav Novosiolov
Development Director, Agile and Organizational coach
Dmitry Velykoivanenko
About speaker:
Oрганізаційний та Agile коуч, экзистенційний і антропоцентричний лідер, директор розробки, та кмітливий винхідник в серці. 12 років працював в Телекомі, IT аутсорсингу, GameDev та організаційних трансформаціях з кліентами на всіх континентах, окрім Африки та Антарктиди. Будував Agile, просував Agile, робив Agile, щоб в решті решт стати Agile та піти шукати сенси далі у організаційному й екзистенційному коучингу та психотерапії.

Для тих, хто любить літери та сертифікати: CLP, KMP1-2, KMM, KCP, SPC, CSM, CSPO, CSP, LCM
Stratoplan, co-founder
Vyacheslav Pankratov

About speaker:
Stratoplan, Managing Partner. IT career: from a testing engineer to a technology director. Soft-skills business coach with 8 years ofexperience.Several thousand students a year.

Presentation Topic:
Як визначити менеджера в котрого завжди майже все готово (RU)

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Якщо спробувати виділити якусь типологію серед менеджерів проектів, то напрошується поділ по відношенню до результату і завершення проектів.

Одні менеджери можуть випустити проект, а деяких доводиться штовхати. У когось проект виходить в термін, а у когось він «майже готовий». Так, такою поведінкою страждають не тільки менеджери проектів, а й фахівці інших напрямків. Однак, якщо у проекту ще й менеджер, у якого все готово, але не здано / не передана / не викотилося - біда

Як зрозуміти на ранніх етапах, що перед вами саме такий тип менеджера? Як уникнути помилок при підвищенні або наймання?

Спробуємо подивитися на менеджерів в більш широкій часовій перспективі, ніж «проект», «ітерація», «реліз».

Artem Bykovets
SimpleSense, Agile & Organizational Coach
Artem Bykovets

About speaker:
In Software development since 2007 acting as a QA and ScrumMaster. 8 years of teaching his own program at courses & providing workshops. Winner of IT Awards Ukraine 2015 (Best QA of Ukraine).

Artem helps many companies as an Organizational Coach on Agile frameworks / approaches, actively shares experience speaking at conferences and by providing workshops. Founder and producer of Simplicity Day conferences (One of the biggest in Ukraine, focused on hot topics from QA and Agile world presented by top practitioners in a simple way).

He is CSM, CSPO, CSP, CAL-I certified by ScrumAlliance, Certified LeSS Practitioner by LeSS (learned from Craig Larman), PSM I by Scrum.org & certified KMP-I by LKU.

Artem is a guest lecturer at MBA by Kyiv Mohyla Business School and also has a video channel on youtube. He is just a person who really likes to share experience, and continues to learn personally.

Presentation Topic:
Як і чому не слід масштабувати Agile не важливо в сторону якого фреймворка ви дивитеся (RU)

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Agile and Scrum in particular have clearly become almost the gold standard for building software development processes in 70-80% of companies around the world today. But despite the fact that Agile celebrated its 20th anniversary in February, and Scrum celebrated its 25th anniversary last November, quite often at the scaling stage there are very "unique" examples of adapting both the principles of the manifest and a minimalistic framework that introduces and requires only basic fundamental rules: 3 roles, one product backlog, one sprint and sprint backlog + 4 main events per team on a regular basis.

In this talk, we'll talk:
• about the most common anti-patterns that occur "in fields";
• about why they might not be the best solution to the problem we want to solve with them;
• about what are the alternatives to these solutions, if your company is "too unique" to take a ready-made scaling framework in the form described by the authors;
• and how these decisions can be reached evolutionarily, and not from a position: "I am an expert and I know how to do it right, but you did everything wrong!".

Kateryna Chernohorenko
eMalyatko, Project Manager
Kateryna Chernohorenko
Presentation Topic:
Як долати скляні стелі в роботі зі стейкголдерами проєкту (UA)
Dmytro Zinoviev
EPAM, Senior Engineering Manager
Dmytro Zinoviev

About speaker:
14 років в IT індустрії від розробки до управління проектами і підрозділами. Досвід роботи в product і outsourcing організаціях. Senior Engineering Manager, Head of Mobile, Digital Strategy & Experience Design в EPAM East Ukraine


SkillsUp, Luxoft, Founder, Program Manager
Maryna Melnyk
About speaker:
Talent management, project management, Agile, process management, leadership.

Presentation Topic:
Overcome lack of tech talents challenges (RU)
Lviv Startup Club / LemBS, Founder
Rostyslav Chayka

About speaker:
Стартап-консультант та підприємець. Протягом часу роботи в Lviv Startup Club долучився до розвитку декількох сотень українських стартапів. Активно досліджує нові моделі успіху в GameDev, Digital Marketing, Project Management, Product Management, Data Science, IT Service Business Management.

Presentation Topic:
Data Science in Product Analytics. Quo Vadis (UA)

More about presentation:
Продуктова аналітика розвивається протягом останніх декількох десятиліть. І зараз це уже не тільки про вибір правильної North Star метрики чи аналіз Retention під найбільш корисним кутом зору. А скоріше про автоматичне розпізнавання цільових аудиторій, розуміння які нові дії чи фічі приводять до результату на великих вибірках. Як може Data Science допомогти в цьому. Які утиліти доступні і куди все рухається? Про це поговоримо на моїй доповіді на конференції.


Uklon, Delivery Manager
Alexander Marchenko

About speaker:
Олександр в ІТ близько 9 років. Починав в сфері ІТ-освіти та консалтингу, успішно запустив інтернет-платформу ITVDN.com. Працював менеджером проектів у різних фінтех-продуктах, де займався трансформацією підходів та методологій розробки (займав позицію Head of PMO у найбільшому фінтех продукті України - EasyPay.ua).

Зараз Олександр працює Delivery Manager в компанії Uklon - провідному райдшерінг-сервісі в Україні. Олександр займається управлінням процесами і методологіями всередині ІТ-дивізіону (8+ продуктових команд), відповідає за автоматизацію процесів всередині бек-офісу компанії.

Presentation Topic:
Вимірювання показників швидкості і якості виробничої діяльності в продуктовій компанії (RU)

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• Чому простих метрик недостатньо для розуміння пропускної здатності команди?
• Як показники команди Product / Technical Support говорять про якість розробки?
• Як розмивання експертизи в командах впливає на швидкість розробки та постачання?

Uklon, CIO
Sergiy Lozko
About speaker:
Сергій уже близько 18 років в IT, свій шлях починав з посади молодшого системного адміністратора і виріс до глави різних підрозділів (включаючи IT і бізнес). Багато років присвятив автоматизації бізнесу, а також управлінню бізнес-проектами. Деякі з них допомогли Сергію отримати українську премію «Кращий IT-директор» в 2013 році в області транспорту і логістики. Сьогодні Сергій є CIO в компанії Uklon - провідному райдшерінг-сервісі в Україні. У 2019 році отримав премію в номінації "Інформаційних технологій".

Presentation Topic:
Ефективні бізнес-процеси в компанії та їх оперативна еволюція (RU)

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Створення екосистеми процесів в компанії, їх оперативна автоматизація та оптимізація. Економія сотень годин менеджерів і автоматизація багатьох сотень тисяч "кліків". Інтеграція зі сторонніми продуктами, як елемент єдиного інформаційного простору.

EIS Group, Sr. Program Director
Alexey Kovaliov

About speaker:
17 years of managing the complex programs and business units in IT. Successfully lead teams up to 150 individuals, programs with up to 10 subcontractors and multi-million budgets. Diverse experience of working in international corporations, start-up businesses and public sector organizations.

Actively contribute to project management professional communities, delivers training courses and consulting. One of the founders of the Agile Lithuania association.

Specialties: change management, IT procurement/contracting,
solving the delivery/project management issues.


Presentation Topic:
Agile PMO in Public Sector Company (Lithuania)
AgileLeads, Founder
Dmitriy Kalenykh

About speaker:
В ИТ со школьных лет. Работаю в больших enterprise -корпорациях и внебольших продуктовых стартапах в разных доменных областях: FinTech, IoT, BigData, Security, Governments, Games, Mobile.
Верю в Agile-ценности и в Scrum. Помогаю командам и компаниям адаптироваться в изменяющемся мире.

Presentation Topic:
TBD
Tourlane GmbH, Product Lead - Customer
Noam Auerbach

About speaker:
Product Management, data & A/B test, and qualitative research

Presentation Topic:
The product lifecycle - how to build the right thing?
Intercom, Sr. Product Manager
Robbie Allan

About speaker:
Robbie is a Senior Product Manager at Intercom in San Francisco focusing on monetization and first-use experiences. Prior to this he lead the mobile product team at SurveyMonkey, sold virtual unicorns as a Product Manager at Zynga, and was a consultant at McKinsey & Company. His writing has been featured in Mind the Product, Forbes, Fortune, AdWeek, USA Today, and the front page of Reddit.

Presentation Topic:
Moving from output to outcome: how to link the product you ship to business outcomes
PMI Ukraine Chapter, President
Maxim Krukovsky

About speaker:
For years I have been running development teams that deliver applications. Often timely and successfully meeting expectations. I enjoy my work and love delivering complex solutions in smooth controllable way.
I have vast experience in strategic and operational management, delivery of IT services and products, SaaS, Agile project management, SDLC.


Presentation Topic:
Project Management Institute. Certifications, standard and professional community developments
Orderly Disruption Limited, Agility strategist
John Coleman

About speaker:
John Coleman is an active practitioner with 15+ years of experience in growing sustainable agility.
John Coleman is a Professional Scrum Trainer, a candidate LeSS trainer / LeSS Friendly Scrum Trainer, organizer of ELNA (Executive Leadership Network for Adaptiveness), co-author of Kanban - the Flow Strategy™, and author of Kanban for Complexity™ aka Kanplexity™ with lots of attribution to Dave Snowden & Cognitive Edge for Cynefin and related theory.
Practicing what he preaches, except he doesn't preach -- he doesn't sell, huh?
John help teams, managers, leaders, change agents, and execs. He can answer all sorts of up to date questions with ease. John coaches, teaches, consults for sustainable growth of agility in non-software as well as software. He created Broad and Deep agility (BaDa) on top of the shoulders of existing theory & practice. John himself is broad & deep from the points of view of agility, people & change.

Presentation Topic:
What is Kanban the Flow Strategy?
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