LKBenelux 2015 Call for Proposals

LKBX15 Fall 2015 in Heeze, Netherlands.

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For complete details on the LKBX15 CfP, see the overview document here

The CfP will close on 30th September 2015. Speakers will be notified by end of beginning of October.

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  1. Kanban in Research Projects

    In some organisations, there are separate Research Departments which take care of the new ideas coming up and the initial feasibility study of these ideas for a Go/No-Go decision for further implementation to the Development Department. It does sound like Silos and non-Agile but nevertheless, since it's not possible to immediately shut down these establishments, there's a way to manage flow through these Research Projects using Kanban, which helps us to limit the WIP and hence, limit the number of ideas we want to focus on and help us to prioritize between these ideas using cost of delay so that…

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    • Workshop Getting More Value from Agile Retrospectives

      Retrospectives help teams to deploy agile practices in an effective way and to continuously learn and improve themselves.

      The retrospective facilitator (often the scrum master) should have a toolbox of retrospective exercises, and be able to pick the most effective one.

      This presentation explains the “what” and “why” of retrospectives and the business value and benefits that they can bring. You will experience several exercises that you can use to facilitate retrospectives, supported with advice for introducing and improving retrospectives.

      Retrospectives are a great way for teams to improve their way of working, to become more agile and lean. Getting…

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