Programme line up

Conference Product Owner: Nana Bambara-Abban      


8.15AM- 8.35AM

 8.35AM – 8.55AM

9.00AM – 9.45AM

Door Opens

Coffee/Tea on Arrival

PO comes on 

Marcus Dimbleby (RTT) Keynote Speaker 1

Main Hall

Main Hall

9.50AM – 10.35AM

George Asamani (PMI) Keynote Speaker 2

Main Hall

10.40AM – 11.25AM

Prof. Hana Siddique (AIE) Keynote Speaker 3

Main Hall

11.30AM – 11.45AM

Tea Break


11.50AM – 12.30PM

Workshops No 1 – 5

1. Martin Hinshelwood
2. Marcus Dimbleby
3. Louisa Mensah
4. Prof. Hana Siddique
5. Rozemarijn Geelen/Evelien Acun Roos

5 Break Out Rooms. Each Room with a Workshop Lead

12.35PM – 1.00PM

PANEL: Feedback from Workshop Leads/Speakers: Share with audience (5 Minutes each). Mural/Mentimeter

Main Hall

1.00PM – 1.55PM



2.00PM – 2.45PM

Dave West (Scrum.Org) Keynote Speaker 4

Main Hall

2.50PM – 3.35PM

Colleen Johnson (ProKanban) Keynote Speaker 5

                 Main Hall

3.40PM – 4.20PM

Workshops No 6 – 11

6. John Coleman 
7. Sam Adesoga
8. Kamil Sabatowski
9. Elisabeth White
10. Bogoy
Nikola Bogdanov

5 Break Out Rooms. Each Room with a Workshop Lead

4.25PM – 4.40PM

Tea Break


4.45PM – 5.15PM

PANEL: Feedback from Workshop Leads/Speakers: Share with audience (5 Minutes each).Mural/Mentimeter

Main Hall

5.20PM – 5.40PM

 Interactive and Energising

Main Hall

5.45PM – 5.55PM

Retrospective (Feedback) / Celebration/Thank you. Mentimeter to share thoughts

Main Hall

5.55PM – 6.00PM

Scrum Day London Product Owner Closes Event. Introduces The Theme and dates for 2024. Mural


Some of the Topics Covered

Red Team Thinking

When the World Economic Forum asked business leaders which skills will be most in demand by 2025, most said applied critical thinking and problem solving. But those are the same skills HR directors say are the hardest to find today. That's where Red Team Thinking comes in – because that is what we teach to individuals and organizations around the world.

Product Development

Collaboration and problem solving are more important than following a specific process or procedure. Because mechatronic issues span disciplines, service design, creatives and engineers will need to organize into the best teams. Furthermore, these teams should be empowered to pursue and resolve issues. How do you create products that delight the customer?

Scaling Scrum

Scrum is now being used around the World as a strategic framework to deliver complex software projects scale up your product development organisation and to transform your entire organisation. It is an opportunity to learn about Scrum and see what Scrum can do for you as a person, your team and your entire organisation. How can you scale up to many teams either co-located or distributed? What new ideas can you glean from our speaker’s experiences.

Engineering (DevOps)

XP (eXtreme Programming) is an Agile Engineering practice that focuses on technical excellence and Agile processes. Scrum Day London will provide a wonderful opportunity for CEO,s, CIOs, IT Directors, Managers and Techies to share ideas, experiences and exchange new practical knowledge on how to transform their organisation including the IT Department to a more Agile Operating Model. Engineering managers must derive new design-based metrics that measure the progress of well-engineered products.

Leadership and Organisational Transformation

What is Agile and Agility and how do you implement a transition to Agile and “WHY” given the cultural context in which we operate, our economic and financial challenges, operating models in the work place and our unique issues around customer services. Transformation is not only a strategic initiative, it must become a natural part of the daily DNA and practices in the Organisation. Agile is the new operating model for the 21st Century.

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