Multi-learning and # Backlogs by Lv Yi

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In the large-scale product development organization, backlogs are pervasive. Backlogs are the manifestation of various specializations. Why more backlogs? Efficiency is the main driver. What are the consequences? The increased end-to-end cycle time for delivery and the reduced flexibility to maximize value. The number of backlogs is the key lever in achieving agility - fewer backlogs, more agility. Multi-learning means learning across functions, technical domains and customer domains. More multi-learning enables fewer backlogs, while fewer backlogs drive more multi-learning.

Join us for this conversational session with Lv Yi as he explores how large-scale product organization grows rigidity and possible ways to deal with it.

Target audience: Not limited to developers, ScrumMasters, coaches, Product Owners and managers

6:30pm - Snacks and drinks
7:00pm - Session start
8:00pm - Social
8:30pm - End

Special thanks to Titansoft for sponsoring the venue and snacks!

About Lv Yi
Lv Yi lives in Hangzhou, China. He is the first Certified Scrum Trainer from China since 2008. He is also a Certified LeSS Trainer since 2018. As a coach at Odd-e, he gives his best expertise to help more organizations transform to Agile, and coach teams to improve their output and learning.

He has worked in various positions in the telecom industry since graduation in 2000, ranging from Software Developer to Management position such as development manager, project manager and quality manager. From late 2005, he started to get acquainted with Agile software development, in particular, Scrum. First, he introduced Scrum to manage the projects, then, acted as a driving force in transforming the whole product organization. He led a department inside that product organization and focused on developing teams and Scrum Masters to create sustainability. It was not an easy 5-year journey, but a very rewarding one in terms of both improving the business and the people. Since he joined Odd-e at the end of 2010, he worked with more industries, recently focusing on the ​Internet industry.