2017 Keynote Speaker

Tim Ottinger
Industrial Logic, United States
ABLE: Always Be Learning And Experimenting

Have you found a "local maximum"? 
Is your agile transition "complete"?  

Why in the world would you want that? 

 

Tim shares his perspective on curiosity and frustration, along with real-world stories, to show us how we can be "forever learners" at home and at work.

 

We will explore "curiosity spaces" and results that are "fascinating." 

We will examine standardization against innovation and innovation against standardization. 

 

We will learn how to scale our improvements.

 

We will learn to establish safety, make other people awesome, deliver value continuously, and Always Be Learning and Experimenting...

 

... even when it's scary.

2017 Sessions Speakers

We received 96 proposals from 11 countries!

Our reviewers worked hard to select the very best sessions for the BASD2017 program. 

Zuzi Sochova 

Sochova.cz 

Czech Republic

The Great Scrummaster

Wayde Stallmann

Greater St. Louis Area

United States

3 Minute Improv Games to Improve Your Teams 

Fabiola Eyholzer

New York, NY

United States

HR Strategies to Leverage Growth 

Bob Galen

North Carolina

United States

Product Owners - Increasing your Situational Awareness 

Amitai Schleier &

Ryan Ripley

Bill DeVoe

Denver, CO

United States

Agile Transformation Beyond the Team 

Benji Portwin

New York, NY

United States

How identity defines Spotify’s culture

Debbie Madden

Debbie Madden

New York, NY

United States

Budgeting vs Estimating for Agile Teams 

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Joel Tosi

Greater Chicago Area

United States

Blending Product Thinking with Architecture 

Amitai Schleier &

Ryan Ripley

New York, NY

United States

The Care and Feeding of

T-Shaped People 

Mariya Breyter
New York, NY

United States

Lean Pilots - a new agile framework for business problem solving

Wouter Lagerweij

The Netherlands

Don't Refactor. Rebuild. Kinda. 

Jason Tice

United States

“Let’s Be Awesome”: Practices, Frameworks and Games to Improve Customer Collaboration

Jess Long

Delaware

United States

Kaizen Land - Gamifying Stand Up and Overcoming Anti Patterns 

Mathias Eifert

Washington D.C.

United States

Impact Mapping - How to Make Value-Driven Prioritization a Reality 

Kalpesh Shah

Phoenix Arizona Area

United States

Don't Be A BacklogLumberjack! 

Jonathan Hansen

New York, NY

United States

Lean Coffee

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