AGILE DAY KAUNAS
INTERACTIVE AGILE CONFERENCE FOR EXPERIENCED AGILE PRACTITIONERS
Regarding the concerns about Agile Day Kaunas conference and COVID-19 situation.
Aware of the seriousness and sensitivity of the situation we would like to assure you that we are constantly following the state of the pandemic in Lithuania and the related restrictions. We commit to follow all the recommendations of respective state institutions and take appropriate measures to ensure safety of our participants and facilitators during the conference.
Should the COVID-19 situation in Lithuania change rendering the hosting of live conference impossible, we would be forced to postpone the event as it happened in May. In such a case our guests will be able to choose one of the following options:
Refund your ticket or keep it and use it for Agile Day Kaunas conference happening at a new date.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to meeting you in September! Stay safe!
ABOUT THE EVENT
Agile Day Kaunas is a unique interactive conference where experienced Agile practitioners gather from all around Lithuania and elsewhere to discuss the best project management practices derived from Scrum, Kanban, Lean, XP, LeSS, SAFe, Management 3.0 skills and other approaches that are in alignment with Agile.
In this event, we say NO to ‘I talk you listen’ sessions and encourage any sessions that require interaction between participants. Expect workshops, open-space marketplace, coaching clinics and similar activities.
The event is tailored for seasoned Agile practitioners. At least three years of experience working in an Agile setup is recommended.
We and other more than 100 experienced Agile practitioners will wait for you on the 16th of September at Europa Royale Kaunas!
THOMAS VAN ZUIJLEN
Thomas van Zuijlenis a passionate workshop facilitator and an agile practitioner. He works as a professional Scrum Master at Hiper. (And before that, with clients like WeTransfer, Ericsson, greitai.lt and the Dutch national broadcast association NOS.) A former front-end developer and occasional quiz master, Thomas divides his time between Amsterdam and Kaunas. His weekly Scrum newsletter is called TheBacklog.
Aliona Virsutiene has over 10 years of experience working with teams of various sizes in different sectors, with over 7 years in technology, software, product, and project management, agile coaching. For a couple of years, Aliona is deepening knowledge in such topics as neuroscience, neuroeducation, and psychology.
Currently, Aliona acts as Director of Engineering at Vinted, sharing the mission to make second-hand the first choice worldwide. Aliona believes that the greatest products are born in great teams which are built from very different personalities with unique strengths. And if you are able to unlock the strengths and put them to together through constructive conflicts and unite by common purpose, you have a team where 2+2 can equal 16.
Tom Gilb is considered by many to a grandfather of agile, since he practiced and published about it from 1960-1976 (Software Metrics book) and 1988 Principles of SW Eng. Mgt. book. Principally the idea for the short value delivery cycle.
Today he writes about 5 booklets in the Summer, about various aspects Value Driven Agile. Here is a copy for you: tinyurl.com/ValueAgile (2019)
See www.Gilb.com for more details.
Justina Andrijauskaitė-Karpovičė is a Product Management professional with 9+ years experience in the field, having worked as Product Owner, Product Manager and Product Director as well as helped grow different products in the AdTech business. Currently Justina is leading a team of Product Managers in Adform, and is passionate about sharing her knowledge and best practices (some of them learnt the hard way) with product management enthusiasts.
Giedrius Kriščiukaitis is engineering software for 20+ years with the recent 7 years of experience leading Agile Teams and people. Currently Giedrius joined "Ignitis Group" as head of software engineering.