Agile Lietuva Meetup Kaunas. The Scrum PB&J - a Scrum Clinic

Agile Lietuva
Agile Lietuva
Public group

Kauno Dokas

Jonavos g. 7 · Kaunas

How to find us

There is a big public (free) parking lot.

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We’d like to invite you to our first event after the summer break and we promise it is going to be a BLAST! This time we have an Agile coach from the Netherlands!

In collaboration with Hyarchis, Agile Lithuania would like to invite you to our regular monthly meetup.

REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY! (only 50 seats are available, please do not to forget to cancel if your attendance plans will change)

Good by themselves, great together: the Product Owner and the Scrum Master are the peanut butter & jelly of the Scrum sandwich.

POs and Scrum Masters work in different ways to get the best out of their Scrum teams. To be effective, they also need to get the best out of each other: a relationship worthy of its own regular inspection and adaptation.

So in this two-hour session, we’ll explore the balance between the Product Owner and the Scrum Master. Using your personal experience in a series of hands-on exercises, we’ll get a clearer sense of what you need from your counterpart.

Join the clinic with your Scrum Master or Product Owner and exercise your agile muscles together -- our goal is to walk away with renewed insights and an improved sense of how to work together effectively towards a greater Scrum sandwich. Err, team balance.

Can’t bring your counterpart? Are you the developer bread in the Scrum sandwich? Have a different job title altogether? No problem: join in and share your perspective - we'll use your valuable insights to see how you can make use of your POs and SMs to be more effective in your own role.

Thomas van Zuijlen is a passionate facilitator and agile geek from The Netherlands. He works as a freelance Scrum Master/coach and has a knack for distributed teamwork. A former front-end developer and occasional quiz master, Thomas divides his time between Amsterdam and Vilnius. His weekly Scrum newsletter is called 📬 The Backlog (