28 September - 30 September 2016

Churchill College, Cambridge, UK

Agile community by example

Lukasz Krupa Agilopolis Ltd

Session type: Tutorial
Session duration: 45 minutes

About this Tutorial

Communities of practice are groups of people who share a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. I will share my experience of agile communities as a powerful way to inspire people and engage them in a process of collective learning for their personal development and an organisation's growth.

I'll present case studies on agile communities from Poland, where either I was or I am a member, like the:

  • agile coaching community at Nokia
  • scrum master community at PayU
  • Polish agile coaching community
  • Agile Wroclaw community of practice

Join this session to:

  • learn about what communities of practice are
  • understand how to start and run an agile community
  • understand why it's worth starting a community of practice
  • understand the role of a community leader
  • experience being a part of a small group community

About the Speaker

Lukasz is an enthusiastic agile practitioner with over 10 years' experience as a professional, entrepreneur and business leader in modern software development organisations.

Passionate about improving software development as a profession, Lukasz is also known for his creativity and innovative ideas.

He's the founder of Agile Wroclaw - a community of excellence in Wroclaw, Poland. He's also the co-founder of the first scrum simulation in the form of an urban game.

His qualifications include:

  • PMI® Agile Certified Practitioner
  • Scrum Alliance - Certified Scrum Professional®
  • Scrum.org - Professional Scrum Master I
  • PRINCE2® - Foundation Certificate in Project Management


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