Trifork

The Swiss Division

GOTO Night: Scrum;

Booked out!

Jeff Sutherland
Jeff  is the Co-Creator of Scrum and was a signer of the Agile Manifesto, which marked the start of the Agile movement. He has served as VP of Engineering or CTO at eleven different software companies, managing the last seven entirely using Scrum, and achieved industry-leading, hyper-productive results. At the GOTO Night, Jeff Sutherland will share his experience and answer questions from the audience.

John Styffe
Being a product owner can be an exciting and challenging opportunity.  What can prevent a person from becoming a “great” product owner are some of the old beliefs and perspective that one may have acquired in a previous work life. Being a product owner will not only be a new way of working but also a new way of living. Becoming a product owner is not only about developing new skills in project management  but also require change and growth personally.  All that it takes is flexibility, courage and a desire to change ones perspective. In this session John will show that change of perspective is possible and how to affect that change.

John has been  a business consultant, public speaker, coach and trainer since 1998 in all areas of business. In his work he focuses on self sustainability for a better way of living and working. He is a co-developer of the “HeartSmart Process” which supports, encourages and guides people to self sustainability. In his training he uses tools of measurement that provide objective feedback. He is an active and founding member of the “Stoos” movement towards a better way of working. Prior to his coaching career, John held various leadership and management positions in sales, insurance, import/export, operations and business development.

Language: English
Place: Holiday Inn Zürich Messe, Wallisellsenstrasse 48, 8050 Zürich
Date & Time: 15 November, 18.00 – 20.00
Price: Free
Max seats: 60 (first come – first served)

 

Tagged as: ,

2 Comments

Trackbacks

  1. How to Become a Good Scrum Product Owner - John Styffe
  2. How to Become a Good Scrum Product Owner – John Styffe | eBusiness Blog von Walter Schärer