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AgiledayTVM – Recap

Trivandrum witnessed an amazing day for agile enthusiasts at Maurya Rajadhani on July 8, 2017. This hands-on training helped the participants to attain a comprehensive understanding of different agile flavors, user stories, Agile Estimation, Agile Monitoring, continuous testing and agile automation techniques to increase productivity and accelerate growth. Attendees left the workshop with a bunch of new information, something they…


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Raisa Mathew
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Lean Startup Lessons Meets New Experimentation – Indonesia Scrum Venture

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On November 11th-12th was our first scrum training in Jakarta facilitated by CEO, Hugo Messer. This is the background on how the Indonesia scrum venture was born. Let’s have a look into Hugo’s story. The idea began at the workshop in Amsterdam at the school of life. The facilitator said, “if you want to find out what to do next in your life,…

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Hugo Messer
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How to do scrum outside IT?

11 and 12 November, I did my very first scrum training in Indonesia. And with a very positive experience. We had 12 people in the training. The backgrounds were quite diverse. Of course, most people came from an IT company, but we also had some people working in operations and marketing/sales. I get the question 'does scrum fit outside IT?' a…

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Hugo Messer
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How to sell scrum and agile in Indonesia?

One question that always pops up during my trainings and workshops is ‘how to sell agile and scrum?’. Now there are 2 versions of this question: A. How to sell scrum to your management? and B. How to sell scrum to customers (who are in a waterfall/fixed big mindset)? I’ll dive into A in this article. The Impact Of Culture…

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Hugo Messer
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Learning Scrum With Lego

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Earlier this year, we organized a Scrum crash course in Amsterdam (and Cochin). In the morning, Arjan Franzen gave the theoretical introduction. He shared his experiences on Lean, Agile, Kanban and then went into the Scrum Methodology. One of the things that stood out for me in the morning part was when to choose for Kanban and when for Scrum.…

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The state Of Agile In Indonesia

I recently moved to Bali for a year to experience something new and enjoy life (it’s not a completely business-oriented decision). To dive into the IT and Agile community, I spoke at a conference in Jakarta last week. The conference was organized by Discussagile, a group of Agile enthusiasts from India. Although the conference ended up more like a workshop due…

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Hugo Messer
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The 3 Things I Learned About Agile

This year, I’ve been to a dozen agile conferences. One thing that stood out for me is that there’s a lot of ‘air talk’. People talk about agile, scrum, agile transformation, etc. After a couple of hours, your head starts spinning and you don’t have a clue what people are talking about. I’m a thinker, so what always goes through…

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