The conference encourages you to "talk less, learn more" about adopting Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) and enhancing organizational agility. Acquire practical insights and explore principles for reducing organizational complexity and addressing challenges in large-scale product development groups.
Learn how to effectively build an adaptive organization at scale capable of creating valuable products together. Leave equipped with practical knowledge and strategies for enhanced teamwork, shorter time-to-market, and improved performance. Don't miss this must-attend event – transform your organization with Agile at scale and drive real change!
Gain insights through case studies, workshops, and keynotes.
Connect with Agile and LeSS professionals from diverse industries.
Get personalized guidance and advice from LeSS coaches.
See how LeSS enhances agility and reduces complexity.
Co-creator of LeSS
Certified LeSS Trainer
Head of Agile Practices at PandaDoc
Scrum Master at FALCON V SYSTEMS
Scrum Master at FALCON V SYSTEMS
Scrum Master at FALCON V SYSTEMS
Scrum Master at Square One Resources
Agile Transformation Lead at CD PROJEKT RED
Certified Scrum Trainer at ProCognita
LeSS Coach at ProCognita
In this talk, we'll explore how to break through the barriers that prevent teams and organizations from achieving true continuous improvement in the LeSS framework. From creating a safe space for experimentation to empowering teams to take ownership of their processes, we'll discuss practical strategies for building a culture of continuous improvement that will take your LeSS implementation from good to great.
I help leaders of large organizations deliver on their commitments to high performance. Before, during and after an Agile adoption like LeSS, SAFe, Scrum at Scale, DAD or any kind of Lean transformation, large organizations often find that they need to de-scale and simplify organizational structures and processes. I function as an Executive-level guide for companies approaching their second growth phase. Industry leaders in banking, insurance, telecommunications, healthcare, utilities, media and agriculture hire me to help remove obstacles in their path to innovation. Read more
What did we achieve as a 30+ IT team during 18 months?
We started from the very beginning without Scrum or Less. We built teams, trust, decisiveness and predictability. And why we couldn't succeed.
Passionate Scrum/LeSS Practitioner. "Perfection is a way, not a goal" person. Mum of two children, three dogs and two cats, who travels a lot and loves to cook.
Ever wondered why some problems stubbornly persist and corrective actions backfire? Noticed how local improvements in one department can spark issues in another part of the company? How can we broaden our perception, anticipate consequences sooner, and act more integrally?
Come explore the fundamentals of Systems Thinking - the discipline of seeing the whole.
During the talk, you'll learn what is Systems Thinking and how it can shift the way you make decisions. I'll show you how to understand situations better and forecast what comes next. Using a real-life example, we'll create a Causal Loop Diagram to illustrate how 'quick fixes' can sometimes do more harm than good, and how to act more wisely with long-term effects in mind.
I have been working in the IT industry since 2005. I am a software engineer, trainer, consultant and promoter of the Agile and Lean approach. I have been following my path to "agility" for 15 years and I have been in many roles in the process of software development - from a programmer, through analyst, manager, to Scrum Master / Agile Coach. For 7 years I have been professionally involved in creating adaptive, learning, customer-oriented organizations. I work with big Product groups. I am a promoter of the LeSS (Large Scale Scrum) approach in Poland, enabling large-scale product development. I gained my experience in Allegro Group (&PayU), in smaller companies, including VRenetic, Finevare, HRS as well as in large corporations like ERGO, Orange, UPC, or CircleK. I regularly appear at conferences, write articles, and organize the LeSS Warsaw community. Read more
How can concepts from factories be used by knowledge workers? Or maybe, these two words differ too much?
Toyota Production System (often called Lean) is well known in the West since the 1980s. However, many companies still struggle to apply these ideas to more creative areas of knowledge management, such as software development, sales, or marketing.
For over a decade, Tomasz has been learning Lean tools, practices, and principles and translating them into his customers’ context. He had a chance to visit the market leaders and learn their success and failure stories. He spoke with their first-line employees, managers, and CEOs in his quest to better understand how to create successful organizations.
During his talk, he’ll share stories, and specific tools, and show how they can be applied to manage non-physical work, such as software development, especially in the context of large-scale. You’ll leave this session knowing how to look for inefficiencies in your system and what to do about them.
Tomasz Wykowski is an Agile Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer accredited by Scrum Alliance, and Certified LeSS Coach accredited by LeSS Company. Working with leaders of companies from startups to international organizations, he helps them understand the dynamic of their system, find inefficiencies and discover better ways to deliver amazing products and services. He loves experimenting and applying agile concepts in marketing, sales, customer support, and hardware development. In 2010, Tomasz founded ProCognita, a Polish-based company, to help people build extraordinary organizations through Agile Coaching and training. He shares his thoughts and experiences through conferences, meetups, company blog, and podcast. Read more
"Imagine you are dreaming and it is an "agilist wet dream". You do not have to discover the product you are working on. It is right there in front of everybody. Finally you can see it, even touch it! Everybody wants to contribute, to make it better! It looks like ... This is what we will discover"
Konrad has started in IT and Technology and then constantly grow in different industries both in EU and Poland enterprises. Several years ago he got opportunity to pivot his career and focus on Agile and those companies which feel the need for change. After banking, telecommunications now he enjoys incredible Agile journey with CD PROJEKT (Polish Game Development Studio known from world wide franchises like The Witcher o Cyberpunk 2077).
PandaDoc is a unicorn startup providing a leading SaaS solution for streamlining document workflows. In late 2019, we consciously chose LeSS as an Organizational Design framework for our R&D department, comprised of 9 teams.Since then, our business growth has resulted in a quadrupled Product & Engineering organization, bringing the total number of teams to 45. Join Denis to learn more about PandaDoc's Org Design evolution and the challenges and consequences they faced due to their most significant experiments and decisions.
Denis Salnikov is a certified Scrum Master, Kanban Coach & LeSS Practitioner actively consulting, coaching, mentoring, and teaching cross-functional development teams, companies management, and organisations since 2014.Denis has led and taken an active part in several Organisational Design changes initiated from scratch, working with both development teams and management, helping to establish and foster business agility, self-management capabilities and product management. He has supported multiple Product startups in Europe and the US, including such “unicorns” as N26 and PandaDoc.He is also a speaker of multiple European and international Agile conferences and podcasts, an active Mentor and the founder of Agile Expat consultancy.
During our slot, we will be talking about our experience with broadening the product definition. Specifically, we will touch upon how it affected some aspects of LeSS, such as product backlog management, team organization, and cross-team coordination. We will look at the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and how it can impact the overall agility and effectiveness of the development process.
Scrum Masters: Michał Jakubas, Maciej Słociński, and Magda Dziegielewska, together with their colleagues, make up a highly skilled and diverse team of professionals leading LeSS adoption in FalconVSystems. With combined knowledge and experience, this team possesses a broad range of expertise that allows them to deliver high-quality software products that meet user needs and business objectives. They are passionate about creating a positive work culture and enhancing organizational performance through effective HR and Agile practices. They are skilled communicators, problem-solvers, and collaborators who work closely together to deliver results.
Bio: Craig Larman is the co-creator (with Bas Vodde) of LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum), and since 2005 has worked with clients to apply the LeSS framework to descale development in big product groups. Much of his work is organizational-design consulting with senior-management teams of product groups adopting LeSS. Read More
The LeSS Talk conference will be held at ADN Centrum Konferencyjne, situated in the dynamic heart of Warsaw. Located in Browary Warszawskie - between Grzybowska, Wronia, Chłodna, and Krochmalna Streets. The location offers not only a distinctive atmosphere and modern amenities but also easy access to what Warsaw has to offer. Experience the perfect mix of culture, history, and entertainment by immersing yourself in the captivating charm of this city while attending our conference.
Building GH; Entrance B
Grzybowska 56 Street