Ade Shokoya is a leading Agile transformation expert sought after for his ability to guide large-scale digital initiatives. With over 18 years of experience, he partners with delivery teams and C-Suite executives to solve complex challenges, reduce costs, and accelerate innovation. Ade’s proven track record at organisations like Jaguar Land Rover, Lloyds Bank, Barclays, and Vodafone demonstrates his expertise in delivering tangible business results.

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TOPIC: “AI Ate My Scrum Master: Is Automation the Death of Human-Centered Agility?”


This workshop will challenge the widespread enthusiasm surrounding AI in the world of Agile methodologies. While AI promises streamlined processes and efficiency, it also raises important questions about the future of Scrum’s core values.  We’ll explore:

The Potential Displacement of Key Roles: Could AI tools eventually automate tasks traditionally performed by Scrum Masters, Product Owners and Development Team, potentially eroding the human-centric focus of the framework?

The Loss of Intuition and Adaptability: As AI systems become more sophisticated, will we over-rely on their insights, potentially sacrificing the team’s ability to adapt and respond to changes organically?

The Importance of Soft Skills: Can AI truly replicate the essential ‘soft skills’ of a successful Scrum Master, such as facilitation, conflict resolution, and team motivation?

This workshop is for: Scrum Masters, Agile coaches, and anyone interested in the potential benefits and risks of incorporating AI into Agile practices.



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