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Virtual Workshop: Creative Ways to Make Scrum Fun

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AgileThought Virtual Community

Social distancing and entirely remote workforces are the new reality for most companies around the world. For some, this transition may not weigh too heavily — but for many others, it’s been difficult to acclimate to this sudden change and the emotional and behavioral adjustments that accompany it.

That’s why we created this Virtual Community Workshop: To give you the space to talk freely about the challenges you’re running into.

 

Conversation Topic:

Keeping retrospectives and other Scrum events fun, engaging, and valuable can often be a challenge – but it can be even more difficult when we find ourselves in a remote work environment. Join this session to learn creative ways to facilitate Scrum events and ice breakers, and explore unique methods to get your team to express itself in a fun way. 

 

What to Expect:

Building upon our previous sessions, this AgileThought Virtual Community Workshop will teach attendees how to shift their Scrum events from tedious to fun and engaging. Our coaches and experts will provide new, creative techniques that you can introduce to your team, which can also be applied to any type of framework.

We will also record this virtual panel and publish it on our On-demand Webinars for future viewing.

 

Who Should Attend:

Everyone is welcome to participate, but this will be particularly helpful for:

  • Scrum agile practitioners
  • Scrum Masters
  • Product Owners
  • Anyone in a role from the Scrum Framework

 

*Note: The virtual Zoom link for our event will be sent upon registration

About The Facilitators

Erica Menendez is a qualified team level consultant with experience in both administrative and software development industries. Her passion lies with people and how agile and Scrum help empower team members to be transparent and open while safely taking risks to help better the team. Keeping work fun along with human is one of her main goals.

Possessing more than 25 years’ experience in business and IT roles, MC brings a different perspective to the role of Scrum Master. A servant leader with a passion for lifelong learning, MC has assisted numerous Scrum teams at their formation, growth and maturity, and in some cases dissolution. He has experience working with IT delivery teams focused on front end, middleware, and back-end development and data migration initiatives.

Justin Thatil is an avid agilist with over 15 years working with organizations that range from startup to fortune 1000 companies. With a background in QE, he applies a keen eye when coaching teams in pursuit of delivering high quality work. His passion lies in creating an environment where team members empower each other to be the best in their trade. Ensuring the human element in a team stays alive while also leaving a mark, making the world a better place.

Quincy Jordan is an experienced senior level strategist and consummate transformative agilest with domain expertise in agile and Waterfall. He is an adept project portfolio, project, program, process improvement and change management consulting professional with more than 20 years of experience in various industries including: IT, Telecommunications, Healthcare, Government and Real Estate Development.