Past Meetup

Scaling Scrum in Learning Organizations: Tips 4 Scrum Masters from Michelangelo

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Every 1st Thursday of the month

Bottle Rocket

14841 Dallas Pkwy, 8th floor · Addison, TX

How to find us

Please take the north elevator to the 8th floor

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Large Technology Companies with long histories and established cultures struggle the most to adapt to dynamic markets with rapidly evolving threats and opportunities. Sometimes, the solution seems to be Scaling Scrum. But Scaling Scrum reveals deep, systemic dysfunctions that refuse to magically disappear with the increased number of people robotic-ally sleep-walking through the "daily stand-up".

How can such organizations overcome impediments created by decades of ingrained behavior? What Disciplines must they practice and what role can Scrum Masters play in helping them transition to Learning Organizations? In this session, we will explore how Scrum Masters can integrate Peter Senge's 5 Disciplines of Learning Organizations into the Nexus Framework to help Scale Business Agility with Scrum. And we will find out what Michael Angelo had to say many centuries ago that might guide and inspire them in their journey

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: RAVI VERMA

Ravi Verma is a C-Level Enterprise Agile Coach experienced in guiding Agile Transformation for large, mid-sized and startup organizations. In one of his recent engagements, he played the role of Enterprise Agile Coach for a 10,000 person organization that had 5,000 people in I.T. – organized 350+ Teams, spread across 3 major R&D centers in North America, Europe & Asia.

Ravi is a Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org - selected and trained by Ken Schwaber, co-creator of Scrum. Ravi facilitates standard workshops like PSF, PSM, PSPO, SPS and also designs customized workshops and boot-camps based on client needs. He is the creator of Sabotagile Manifesto (http://bit.ly/SabotagileManifesto) and Sabotagile Principles (http://bit.ly/SabotagilePrinciples) and co-creator of Software Code of Ethics (http://www.softwareethics.org/). He is the co-creator of Scrum Pulse Webinar Series (http://bit.ly/ScrumPulse) - & Scrum Tapas Video Series (http://bit.ly/ScrumTapas), which have received 50K+ views on YouTube!

Ravi is an active member of the DFW Agile Community. He recently co-founded the Agile for Patriots program which helps US Military Veterans & Spouses prepare for a career in Technology by assisting with Agile Training, Certification, Mentoring & Practical Experience.

SCHEDULE:

6:00 - 6:30: Networking, snacks

6:30 - 8:00: Presentation

8:00 - 8:30: Optional Networking

Hope to see you there!

Regards,

Ravi Verma