Agile Indonesia Conference 2017

July 12-13, 2017 at Menara BTPN, Jakarta

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The domination of software development by a paradigm of industrial views and beliefs, a copy-paste of old manufacturing routines and theories, got us in a crisis. A new paradigm which was already sown in the 1990's, and resulted in 2001 in the formal naming of ‘Agile’ has been a turning-point in the history of software development. Let's share and learn how a state of agility enables people, teams, organizations to better deal with the natural complexity and unpredictability of the work of software development.

Today, with the advancement of technology and rapid changes in the business environment, many companies are turning to Agile practices for ideas to innovate, reduce the cost of change and increase customers and development teams engagement. It is more commonly known nowadays that companies deliver incremental and iterative changes on an ongoing basis, in contrast to months or years in between releases. This is one of the abilities you can gain a competitive advantage by competing on change.

Agile is a manifesto containing four values and twelve principles describing software development approaches that are based on trust and respect each other, promote quicker feedback and technical excellence.

17 software development visionaries authored the Agile Manifesto in 2001 at Snowbird, Utah. Representatives from lightweight practices like eXtreme Programming, Scrum, DSDM, etc. convened this meeting to find common grounds among their methods. Being thought leaders of that time, and some of them continued to be highly influential. These leaders include Kent Beck, Martin Fowler, Dave Thomas, Robert C. Martin and Ken Schwaber.

For further information, look at the manifesto and Agile practices guide.

Here are 5 reasons why you should come to Agile Indonesia 2017

1) Speak directly to authors and creators
Many of the speakers are practitioners and thought leaders that influenced how we work today. Reach out to the speakers and get answers to those burning questions in your head.

2) Connect with peers
This conference attracts people who are serious in learning to improve their software/product development practices. Feel the strong support with like-minded people and grow your wisdom from learning from the best.

3) Improve outcomes
Agile is relatively new to Indonesia. We have invited people who have moved organizations to Agile, so you can learn how Agile can help improve your outcomes.  The diversity of the topics brings a more holistic picture of product/software development and increases the chance of you being able to apply new ideas to your current challenges.

4) Get inspired
Product/Software development is highly demanding work. Our speakers and attendees go through the same pain and share how to do things better. Revive your energy and bring back the enthusiasm to your team! Get fresh ideas, learn about new methods and frameworks.

5) Attend a world-class conference
You wanted but couldn’t attend some of the big conferences in Singapore, India, Thailand and beyond. We’ve put together a world class program so now is your chance to learn from the best!

Keynotes

We have two opening and two closing keynote speakers who would like to share their journey on how to be more agile at enterprise level.

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Peterjan Van Nieuwenhuizen

BTPN

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Risman Adnan

Samsung R&D Institute Indonesia

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Shane Hastie

ICAgile

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Renee Troughton

Unbound DNA

Enterprise Agility Day

The first day of Agile Indonesia 2017 is designed for enterprise leaders. On this first day we will have premium speakers. They share vision, experience and inspiration for leaders to move (large) groups of people to agility.

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Evan Leybourn

IBM

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Adrienne Claxton

IBM

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Shane Hastie

ICAgile

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Renee Troughton

Unbound DNA

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Donna Trowbridge

DBS Bank

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Silvana Wasitova

Wasitova Solutions

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Ajay Kabra

Xebia India

Regular Conference

We have a line-up of confirmed international and national speakers. For more information, please contact ivan@agileindonesia.org

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Avinanta Tarigan

Gunadarma

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Rohit Arora

Scrum Singapore

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Ifnu Bima

blibli.com

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Michael Ong

The Collabfolks

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Hugo Messer

Ekipa Indonesia

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Yanti Andriyani

University of Riau

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Rajesh Kumar

Equinix

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Naveen Kumar

Scrum.org

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Lorenz Cheung

Scrum Hong Kong

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Thomas Rothe

Mitrais

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Tri Nugraha

Tokopedia

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Evan Leybourn

IBM

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Quang Nguyen

DEK Technologies

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Kemas Antonius

Jobplanet

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Ajey Gore

GO-JEK

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Shane Hastie

ICAgile

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Joe Zachariah

Digital Consulting

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Eryan Ariobowo

Red Hat

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Ian Pestelos

Agility.PH

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Silvana Wasitova

Wasitova Solutions

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Gusti Putu Kompiang

Mitrais

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Ajay Kabra

Xebia India

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Anuraj S.L

Bridge Global

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Thierry Sanders

MEKAR (PT Sampoerna Wirausaha)

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Denny Muktar

IBM

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Arthur Purnama

DOKU, PT NUSA SATU INTI ARTHA

Program

All following programs have been confirmed but still subject for refinement. For more information, please contact ivan@agileindonesia.org.

Auditorium – Day 1 Conference Introduction

15mins

Peterjan Van Nieuwenhuizen

Auditorium – Keynote: Agile @Jenius

45mins

Ballroom

Peterjan Van Nieuwenhuizen

Break and Snacks

15mins

Evan Leybourn

Room 1 – The Structure of an Agile Organization – A Business Agility Primer

Traditional business models are failing to keep up with the needs of the modern economy. While business has never been predictable, technological and cultural change is occurring at faster rates than ever before. In this climate, modern enterprises live or die on their ability to adapt – which is where Business Agility comes in. Business Agility provides a context for organizations to embrace change; changing how to think, changing how to work and changing how to interact. Whether you’ve heard of Holocracy or Teal Organizations; it seems that lean and agile business models are gaining interest across different business sectors. This presentation will provide engaging and enlightening stories of Agile beyond IT; from lean startups to large enterprises. These will be reinforced with practical approaches for the design and leadership of teams, divisions and businesses across 4 key domains;

  1. The Structure of an Agile Organization - Efficient, transparent and collaborative techniques to manage cross-functional, self-organizing and potentially self-managing teams.
  2. You, the Agile Manager - What makes a good agile manager and how do their responsibilities change?
  3. Integrated Customer Engagement - Collaboration and communication techniques to build trust and deliver Customer needs efficiently, with minimal waste, and to everyone’s satisfaction.
  4. Work, the Agile Way - Managing all types of business functions, from software, HR, finance to legal, by using Just-In-Time planning and incremental or continuous delivery processes.

Learning outcomes

Regardless of your role, the goals of this presentation are to;
  • make you think about your role as a leader
  • learn how to structure an agile organization around outcomes
  • introduce new possibilities and ways of doing business
  • understand how to tailor Agile to different business functions (HR, ICT, Sales, Finance, Media, Legal, Production & Operations)

45mins

Room 1

leadership

Evan Leybourn

Evan pioneered the field of Agile Business Management; applying the successful concepts and practices from the Lean and Agile movements to corporate management. He keeps busy as a business leader, consultant, non-executive director, conference speaker, internationally published author and father. Evan has a passion for building effective and productive organisations, filled with actively engaged and committed people. Only through this, can organisations flourish. His experience while holding senior leadership and board positions in both private industry and government has driven his work in business agility and he regularly speaks on these topics at local and international industry conferences. As well as writing "Directing the Agile Organisation", Evan currently works for IBM in Singapore to help them become a leading agile organisation. As always, all thoughts, ideas and comments are his own and do not represent his clients or employer.

http://theagiledirector.com

Renee Troughton

Room 1 – Ceremonies are the 5%

This would be a talk about agility not being the 5% of doing Agile Ceremonies but of the 95% of waste removal that you need to do as you implement Agile. This goes into the broad spectrum of enterprise transformations and talks about the changes required at all levels (breadth and depth) to make this successful. Changes covered are impediments tracking and removal, the governance process and questions asked (based on Holacracy's tension governance questions), cluster blocking to discover patterns, metrics implementation, changes to boards, standups and retros. This is what I have been working on in the last few months and so it is quite leading edge on transformational change.

45mins

Room 1

Renee Troughton

Renee Troughton is one of the most experienced Enterprise Agile Transformation Coaches in the southern hemisphere with extensive experience working in small to large organisations across many sectors including finance, insurance, superannuation, government and telecommunications. The author of both ‘Agile Forest‘ and co-author of ‘Who is Agile Australia and New Zealand‘, she also contributes heavily to her blog at Agile Forest and co-chairs one of the worlds leading Agile Podcasts. Renee specialises in enterprise transformations, Kanban, scaled and non software development implementations of Agile.

Break, Lunch and Prayer

60mins

Ajay Kabra

Room 1 – Individual Performance in a Team Game

Many companies are shifting to Agile. But, most continue to use their existing performance evaluation methods! Why? This creates a “chasm”. Industry is moving towards the new age technologies and methods to produce better software, more complex elements, but we have not as yet moved ourselves with respect to evaluating the performance of an Individual and a team. The word agility is on the lips and tips of most business executives throughout the world as they try to increase their employees’ and organizations’ ability to anticipate change and respond efficiently and effectively. The benefit of one team, one vision, common mission gets diluted due to the aspect that aspects of HR related processes not being aligned to the Agile approach. The Interesting part of the story is that Agile and its manifesto have heavily focused on the harder part of the system, leaving the softer issues on the back burner or should I say to the traditional approaches. On one hand using the values and principles we are trying to move away from the traditional approaches of development and on the other hand we still continue to embrace and adopt the old system. This carries the risk of creating a unknown Chasm in the system. It is human nature for people to modify their behaviors to match the evaluation system.

  • A very important part of any agile roll-out is to align the performance evaluation system (and other HR practices) with what Agile emphasizes.
  • Not doing so causes dysfunction that will erode the team’s effectiveness.
The performance appraisal isn’t always the most popular subject, but the evidence has been in for quite some time that it is more harmful than beneficial. There’s room for more research and thinking, but not for improving the performance appraisal (This part of the abstract is not clear). Instead the most important research is in engaging with your system and using continuous improvement and inspect and adapt to improve both the relationships in the workplace as well as the systems for getting work done. There are solutions available for how to set pay without performance appraisals. If you’re willing to be a transformational leader – will you bring these ideas to your workplace? The purpose of this talk / session is to bring out the finer points of performance appraisals of individuals in Agile setup, How it can be achieved, What can be done?

Benefits
This session will help the participants:
  • Understanding the issues with the performance appraisal process
  • How to conduct and performance appraisals for Individuals in Agile

Outline
The session would cover the following main areas:
  • Issues with the traditional approach to performance management
  • Role of Scrum Master in Performance management
  • How to deal with Performance management

Audience
This session would be useful for:
  • Management
  • Scrum Masters
  • Product Owners
  • Development Team Members
  • HR
  • Talent Management team

45mins

Room 1

Ajay Kabra

Executive Agile Coach, Thought Leader aiming to serve and provide the customer and society at large operational excellence in their current operations and providing impetus to future growth. Incredibly hardworking and an assertive people manager with demonstrated capabilities in directing large workforce having varied skill sets and ensuring optimal resource utilization. Seasoned, technically inclined and highly empowered professional with incredible experience acquired over the years in diverse areas encompassing, test management, project management, end-to-end business delivery, Pre-sales, executing & implementing high valued projects for niche customers and emerging technology in various industry verticals spanning Defense, Banking, Telecom, Systems Integration

Silvana Wasitova

Room 1 – Agile Transformation – Keys to Success

Each enterprise Agile transformation is different – shaped by the unique characteristics of the ecosystem where it is taking place. Regardless, there are some common elements that are key to success. Silvana has practiced Scrum since 2005, and has aided Agile transformations in, among others, Yahoo, Nestle, Skype, Microsoft, UK insurance and Swiss banking.

45mins

Silvana Wasitova

She has extensive experience managing global cross-functional teams and mission critical projects in Fortune 500 corporations spanning 12 countries with teams from 8 to 120 people. Praised by customers and colleagues for timely delivery of program commitments with high quality and transparent communication. International experience: UK, Switzerland, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Canada and USA. Fluent in Indonesian language.

Adrienne Claxton & Donna Throwbridge

Room 1 – The First Time Product Owner: From Worrying About Everything to Knowing What to Worry About

DBS started work on a Procurement project involving a world class big consulting company and DBS teams back in 2016. After four months, the project had no deliverables yet. The cost of delay is significant at $32k per day. Together with business Product Owner Donna Throwbridge, Adrienne Claxton was roped in to help the team focus and learn an Agile development process to assist with the delivery. Since Jan'2017, the team has now been on a 6 sprints with a target June'17 deployment. The value this has provided to the team :

  • Saving costs in licensing
  • Behavior change to focus on delivering value to the business
  • People change in working in an Agile delivery model
  • Increase Engagement in the business and delivery teams
This was achieved by transparency in the development process and coaching the business owners / delivery teams.

45mins

Room 1

Adrienne Claxton & Donna Throwbridge

Break, Snacks and Prayer

15mins

Facilitated by Choosen EA Participants. Guided by Silvana Wasitova.

Room 1 – Ultimate Open Space

How Does It Work:

  • Enterprise Agility Day participants and EA speakers only.
  • Participants sit in a large circle.
  • Participants propose topics for discussion and propose their self or an EA speaker as the facilitator.
  • Locations are determined for each topic.
  • Participants are free to roam the locations.
  • A discussion is facilitated at each location by a facilitator.
  • The facilitators sum up their respective discussions.
Principles of Open Space:
  • Whoever comes are the right people.
  • What ever happens is the only thing that could happens.
  • When ever it starts is the right time.
  • When ever it is over it over
The Law of 2 Feet: If you are neither learning or contributing it is your responsibility to respectfully use your own 2 feet to find some place you are learning or contributing.

45mins

Room 1

Facilitated by Choosen EA Participants. Guided by Silvana Wasitova.

Shane Hastie

Auditorium – Keynote: Product Ownership is a Team Sport

A number of agile brands downplay the need for business analysis and requirements management on agile projects, putting large store in the role of the Product Owner.  This talk tackles some of the problems this misconception can result in and shows how effective product ownership almost always requires a team with a variety of skills and backgrounds to be effective. Product Ownership requires clarity of vision, alignment with organizational strategy, understanding of the development process and the ability to communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders across all levels both inside and outside the organization.  The complexity of the role is most often more than a single person can (or should) cope with – effective product ownership requires a teamwork approach covering a variety of skills and knowledge.

45mins

Shane Hastie

Shane Hastie MIM, CBAP, ICE-VM, PMI-ACP joined ICAgile in 2017 as the Director of Agile Learning Programs. He has oversight in the strategic direction and expansion of ICAgile’s learning programs, including maintaining and extending ICAgile’s learning objectives, providing thought leadership and collaborating with industry experts, and supporting the larger ICAgile community, which includes more than 90 Member Organizations and approximately 50,000 ICAgile certification holders.

Auditorium – Day 1 Conference Introduction

15mins

Ballroom

Peterjan Van Nieuwenhuizen

Auditorium – Keynote: Agile @Jenius

45mins

Ballroom

Peterjan Van Nieuwenhuizen

Mr. Peterjan van Nieuwenhuizen serves as Head of Smart Digital Banking at PT Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Tbk. Mr. van Nieuwenhuizen joined BTPN tahun 2015. He served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of Operation Division and Member of Management Board at Vietnam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank since January 11, 2013 until October 23, 2014. Mr. van Nieuwenhuizen has extensive working experience at McKinsey & Company in senior positions such as Engagement Manager, Associate Partner, and Vice President in the UK and a variety of countries in continental Europe, Canada, the U.S., Singapore, Indonesia, other South East Asian countries and North Africa. He joined VPBank in October 2012 and served as Head of Operation Division.

Break and Snacks

15mins

Hugo Messer

Room 2 – How to Become Agile in Indonesia

Hugo has a lot of experience working with software teams across Europe and Asia. Since 2016, he started giving scrum trainings in Indonesia. Based on his experience, he will share his ideas on how Indonesian organizations can become more agile. Agility is a state of being, a mindset. To become agile, people need to change the way they behave (in teams). Self organization and openness are crucial on the road to agility. For the Indonesian culture, those two topics are not 'natural'. There are many forces based on old ingrained habits that make it extra challenging for Indonesian organizations to move people towards agility. Hugo will share some practical experiences on moving teams towards openness, taking responsibility and becoming agile.

45mins

Room 2

Hugo Messer

Hugo Messer is a successful entrepreneur with tremendous experience running distributed software development teams. For ten years he has been running Bridge Global, a fully distributed offshore software company with developers all over the world. Based on this experiences he helps other distributed teams collaborate better by organizing workshops. He has written 6 books about managing remote teams. Recently he set up Ekipa.co, an academy to help distributed teams collaborate better.

Gusti Putu Kompiang

Room 3 – Agile: Through the Looking Glass

There is a journey beyond just doing agile. It is called being agile. Being agile is much more challenging than just doing agile, as it goes much deeper into the mindset hence a cultural shift. We need the ceremonies to understand the agile values and the principles (doing agile). Once we live by the agile values and the principles (being agile), we will be in the position to comfortably modify how the agile values and principles manifest to meet particular circumstance. The highlight will be around modifying how the individuals and interactions over processes and tools value manifest to meet the requirements of the business to scale up through the adoption of distributed agile. All we need is to redefine the individuals and interactions value by mean of selecting the best individuals though they are not collocated. Then, enable them to have effective interactions through the right processes and tools.

45mins

Room 3

Gusti Putu Kompiang

Having a unique skill to balance the tact of being a result and process oriented person, I enjoy making decision and getting things done in a sustainable way. I effectively adopt the learn, unlearn and relearn concept to continuously embrace changes and to be ready for the next challenge. I graduated cum laude from Bandung Institute of Technology majoring in Informatics Engineering. I have 15 years of solid experience in software development business of which 10 years were spent in managerial role. With this experience, currently, I manage in excess of 300 young and talented software engineers through 15 senior managers and project managers servicing around 40 Australian clients ranging from large ASX listed companies to SMEs, operating in a wide range of industry verticals with large concentration in software development industry.

Ajay Kabra

Room 2 – Understanding the concept of DoD (Definition of Done)

45mins

Room 2

Ajay Kabra

Executive Agile Coach, Thought Leader aiming to serve and provide the customer and society at large operational excellence in their current operations and providing impetus to future growth. Incredibly hardworking and an assertive people manager with demonstrated capabilities in directing large workforce having varied skill sets and ensuring optimal resource utilization. Seasoned, technically inclined and highly empowered professional with incredible experience acquired over the years in diverse areas encompassing, test management, project management, end-to-end business delivery, Pre-sales, executing & implementing high valued projects for niche customers and emerging technology in various industry verticals spanning Defense, Banking, Telecom, Systems Integration

Rajesh Kumar

Room 3 – Agility – The DNA of DevOps

DevOps process and culture helps to improve the collaboration and open communication between teams. Adopting DevOps ethos helps to maximize value in the areas such as technology, culture and business. Agile practices are the fundamental ingredients to build DevOps culture. Agility is not about doing projects but about people by changing the way we work. Agility not only helps to deliver a better product but also inspires to be creative and innovative.

About the Talk & Takeaway:

  • Essence of Agility
  • Foundation for building DevOps culture
  • Real time Case study in a Bank
  • DevOps Culture
  • Why Agile Engineering practices?
  • Overview of DevOps Tools
  • Factors inspires creativity and foster innovation

45mins

Room 2

Rajesh Kumar

Rajesh Kumar is an Agile practitioner, Full stack developer and an experienced technology consultant who has extensive knowledge in implementing software development projects. Talented & technically-astute, with expertise in designing solutions, code reviews for best optimization of code. Experienced in Agile Engineering practices and DevOps implementation.

Break, Lunch and Prayer

75mins

Lorenz Cheung

Room 2 – Common Agile Adopting Challenges in Asia

Companies worldwide all faced similar issues adopting Agile, a lot of the struggles and challenges are shared across different regions, in London, Hong Kong, Boston and Amsterdam.  In Asia, we faced additional challenges of agile maturity, and culture, in this talk, I would share the common and uniques helping a large enterprise with 30000 employee to adopt Agile and the challenges and success during the journey.

45mins

Room 1

Lorenz Cheung

Lorenz Cheung is the first and only Professional Scrum Trainer in Hong Kong and is one of the twelve PST in the world certified to teach all range of Scrum.org courses. Lorenz has 8 years / 11000+ hours of experience as Scrum Master. He has been leading Agile Software Development in Hong Kong and London for 12 years, from small start-ups of 2 people to large enterprises with more than 30000 people.

Eryan Ariobowo

Room 3 – Application Infrastructure for DevOps using Red Hat OpenShift

A central pillar of DevOps includes the automation of IT processes to ensure repeatability, predictability, and scalability. Within IT, there are three basic categories of automation:

  • Infrastructure automation is the process of provisioning virtual machines with operating system images, network, disk and basic compute resources.
  • Middleware platform automation is the process of provisioning middleware platforms and frameworks that host applications and business processes without worrying about underlying infrastructure. Configuring clustering, caching, security and other such functions can be automated with Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) technology.
  • Application life-cycle automation is the process of automating every aspect of the software release process, including:
    • Provisioning a development environment.
    • Running unit tests.
    • Building deployment builds for QA.
    • Provisioning integration environments to run integration tests, regression tests, and performance tests.
    • Constructing deployment builds for acceptance environments.
    • Provisioning acceptance environments.
    • Deploying to acceptance environments.
During the workshop you’ll learn how Openshift container application platform delivers middleware platform and application life-cycle automation.

45mins

Room 3

Eryan Ariobowo

Eryan Ariobowo is Middleware Solutions Architect at Red Hat where he has more than15 years of experience in architecting, developing and integrating enterprise system. His strengths is in area of analysis, design and build enterprise software solution, operational management, technical pre-sales and consultative support in Middleware. He has experience in software development using PHP, Java, NodeJS and passionate in SOA, Microservices, BPM, agile metholodogy and DevOps.

Joe Zachariah & Hugo Messer

Room 2 – Agile Basics With Lego Part 1

45mins

Room 2

Joe Zachariah & Hugo Messer

Ajey Gore

Room 3 – The World Full of Idiots – Software Testing

45mins

Room 3

Ajey Gore

Helping GO-JEK build business using Information Technology. Opinionated about Software Development. Believes in Agile, TDD, BDD and building teams around people.

Joe Zachariah & Hugo Messer

Room 2 – Agile Basics With Lego Part 2

45mins

Room 2

Joe Zachariah & Hugo Messer

Michael Ong

Room 3 – Agile and User Experience for Engineers

About This Talk (45 min)

  • Real Life experience on how Agile & UX are relevant to software development, How to Integrate Them
  • Challenges in practicing Agile & UX in Organizations
Outline/structure for the Session
  • What is User Experience
  • The Value of User Experience (UX) beyond screens and interfaces
  • Story : Journey towards User Experience Work & Challenges of Applying UX Processes
  • Working with Legacy Systems
Takeaways
  • Understand the value of user experience, beyond just screens and interfaces
  • Learn to integrate UX data points into your product development decision-making process using personas
  • Learn how to overcome common business objections to implementing UX processes
Target Audience Product Heads, Product Managers, Product Owners, Developers, Designers, Team Leads

45mins

Room 3

Michael Ong

Michael Ong is Coach and Founder Mentor @ The Collab Folks, an Agile, Product Management & User Experience coaching company started in Singapore. A relatively young partnership with Ruth HO and Lena QUEK, it brings together Michael’s 16 years consulting in the tech space, delivering a spectrum of projects for Mobile Payments, Logistics Tracking & Surveying, Cleaning Inspection, Merchant Monitoring, Online E-Commerce and Real Estate Portals. Michael has worked with startups to MNCs in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Australia. He is passionate about helping founders chart a path towards growth and currently provides startup mentoring and team coaching in the topics of Agility, User Experience and Product Management. Michael also speaks on the topic of Agility, User Experience and Product Management. He is involved with local community Agile Singapore and is also a co-organiser with UX Singapore and Product Works, the latter of which aims to bridge product teams in Asia.

Break, Snacks and Prayer

15mins

Rohit Arora

Room 2 – Baby Steps to Enterprise Agility

This presentation share Organizational best practices and offers a road map to scale Agile adoption for enterprises embarking on this journey
Learning Objectives
  • Practicing Agility.
  • Organizational culture and ability to respond faster to change.
  • Working with the wider Enterprise to improve the success of an Agile adoption.
  • Bringing in systemic changes to ease Agile adoption.
 And most critical: delivering increased customer value.

45mins

Room 2

Rohit Arora

Rohit is highly experienced an Agile-Lean Coach and a Trainer with a background in Software Development. He has guided many large organisations through Agile transformations by engaging at the team and leadership levels. He conducts hands-on training and coaching on adopting Agile/Scrum or Lean/Kanban process frameworks, with XP practices and DevOps core tenets related to people, process & tools.

Avinanta Tarigan

Room 3 – Automated Security Testing

45mins

Room 3

Avinanta Tarigan

His dissertation is really interesting. It is about a set of logic and algorithms to complete transactions among decentralized P2P that promotes accountability as well as establishing trust. It applies distributed cryptography to achieve the goals. It is similar to blockchain of BitCoins but using different approaches.

Shane Hastie

Auditorium – Keynote: Product Ownership is a Team Sport

A number of agile brands downplay the need for business analysis and requirements management on agile projects, putting large store in the role of the Product Owner.  This talk tackles some of the problems this misconception can result in and shows how effective product ownership almost always requires a team with a variety of skills and backgrounds to be effective. Product Ownership requires clarity of vision, alignment with organizational strategy, understanding of the development process and the ability to communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders across all levels both inside and outside the organization.  The complexity of the role is most often more than a single person can (or should) cope with – effective product ownership requires a teamwork approach covering a variety of skills and knowledge.

45mins

Room 1

Shane Hastie

Shane Hastie MIM, CBAP, ICE-VM, PMI-ACP joined ICAgile in 2017 as the Director of Agile Learning Programs. He has oversight in the strategic direction and expansion of ICAgile’s learning programs, including maintaining and extending ICAgile’s learning objectives, providing thought leadership and collaborating with industry experts, and supporting the larger ICAgile community, which includes more than 90 Member Organizations and approximately 50,000 ICAgile certification holders.

Auditorium – Day 2 Conference Introduction

15mins

Ballroom

Risman Adnan

Auditorium – Keynote: Scrum and Scream, People-centric Agility

45mins

Ballroom

Risman Adnan

Risman has more than 17 years IT industry experiences with theoretical physics background. He started his career as scientific programmer at University of Indonesia’s semiconductor lab then later worked as software engineer and architect in various software companies. He joined SRIN in 2014 to lead development of various mobile apps and middleware platforms, as well as to incubate research projects on predictive data analytic using deep machine learning technologies. Prior to SRIN, he spent 10 years at Microsoft Indonesia as Director of Developer Ecosystem (DX) division.

Break and Snacks

15mins

Kemas Antonius

Room 1 – Building and Managing Agile Remote Teams

45mins

Room 1

Kemas Antonius

Ifnu Bima

Room 2 – Our Quest to Deliver Quality Product in Agile Culture

Delivering quality product has been our focus at blibli.com. We want to deliver best quality product to our customer. But it was not easy task at all. In this talk I wall share our journey to keep improving as a team to deliver better quality product consistently. We start by transforming our architecture to microservices, implement automation, and increase our code quality.

45mins

Room 2

Ifnu Bima

He was graduated from Computer Science IPB and now is MBA student at School of Business and Management ITB. He love to learn and evolve himself to understand deeper about business and engineering culture. He start his profesional work as Software Developer 10+ years ago, mostly as Consultant for Financial Industry. Was working in Singapore for 2 years before joining Blibli.com as Senior Engineer. At Blibli.com, he encourage and help the company to develop its own platform and continously improve its engineering capability.

Ian Pestelos

Room 3 – Testmob: Design Thinking in Agile Testing Part 1

Design Thinking has gained momentum widely due to its inherent fit to agile and lean product development. Stanford’s D.School Design Thinking crash course and Google Ventures’ Design Sprint further extends it by providing a framework for designing products and services in the context of teams. Can this apply to testing? Through Testmob, we’ve applied the same process to software testing within agile and non-agile contexts. Testmob incorporates agile and context-driven testing principles and practices of fast feedback, collaboration, exploratory risk-based testing, and team ownership of quality. This hands-on workshop will equip you with the principles, practices, and goals behind Testmob and how you can apply them to your agile teams ASAP. You will learn about the ADAPT model (Analyze, Design, Agree, Plan, Test) patterned after Google's Design Sprint, and run hands-on simulation of most practices.

45mins

Room 3

Ian Pestelos

Ian conducts workshops (public and in-house), coaching, and consulting to individuals, communities, startups, and software development teams on agile management, lean software development, agile testing, and exploratory testing. He is also speak in various conference in Southeast Asia on these topics. Ian also run Management 3.0 (agile leadership) courses under the Happy Melly global brand, and its first (and only) licensed facilitator in The Philippines. He is an active collaborator in agile, software testing, and experience design communities of practice and a proficient speaker, facilitator, and coach on agile management, context-driven testing, and agile product delivery. Also a member of the Association of Software Testing, Florida USA; graduate and co-facilitator of its prestigious Black Box Software Testing (BBST) courses - Foundations 2.0, Bug Advocacy, and Test Design.

Tri Nugraha

Room 1 – Staying Agile: The Never-Ending Journey

A great team/company is the one that can continuously delivering values to it's customer. When you're small, your agility is tend to be high. You can move, change, and decide almost whenever you want. But when you become big, things are not the same. You will work with a lot of people, process and conditions. That's when the real challenges come. So how to keep a big guy moving fast, responsive to the market, and have the same agile spirit like the small one? This is the story that we will share to you based on our experiences and learnings.

45mins

Room 1

Tri Nugraha

Tri Nugraha has been in startup industry for 7 years, specialty in internet & e-commerce. He is one of the Product Owner and early employee at Tokopedia, one of the notable startup in Indonesia. Entering startup world as a Web Designer, he helps Tokopedia building various useful products from the early phase until today. Design thinking, business strategy, product development and though decisions are his everyday menu.

Evan Leybourn

Room 2 – The Soft Skills in Software

You’re probably here at this conference because you want to become a better developer, but I’m here to tell you that that you’re focusing on the wrong area. The difference between a good programmer and a great one isn’t the ability to write a kernel module in LISP, but the ability to communicate with your colleagues and customers. Skills sharing, collaboration and functional communication are critical for the success of any software project, and yet usually overlooked and undervalued. Developers who strive to be great, cannot afford to neglect their professional development in these areas. You don’t to reinforce the dreadful stereotype of the shy, stuttering, geek, do you? This interactive presentation will examine a few of the critical “soft skills” that are needed to thrive in corporate team environments. For example, how you can:

  • write effectively and speak clearly; i.e. get to the point,
  • move beyond your technical silo to work effectively as a team,
  • build trust and rapport with your project customers,
  • mentor, motivate and encourage others,
  • mediate or negotiate between competing points of view,
  • lead others and manage vendors

Outline

This workshop will be split into three sections; communication, collaboration and co-operation

Communication

  • Concise communication
  • Daily Stand-up practices (in 7 words or less)
  • Writing is just editing
  • Non-verbal communication

Collaboration

  • Cultural communication differences
  • Working through tools (distributed agile)
  • Building trust
  • Sharing skills

Co-operation

  • Negotiation strategies (win-win)
  • Competing points of view
  • Outcomes over outputs

45mins

Room 2

Evan Leybourn

Evan pioneered the field of Agile Business Management; applying the successful concepts and practices from the Lean and Agile movements to corporate management. He keeps busy as a business leader, consultant, non-executive director, conference speaker, internationally published author and father. Evan has a passion for building effective and productive organisations, filled with actively engaged and committed people. Only through this, can organisations flourish. His experience while holding senior leadership and board positions in both private industry and government has driven his work in business agility and he regularly speaks on these topics at local and international industry conferences. As well as writing "Directing the Agile Organisation", Evan currently works for IBM in Singapore to help them become a leading agile organisation. As always, all thoughts, ideas and comments are his own and do not represent his clients or employer.

Ian Pestelos

Room 3 – Testmob: Design Thinking in Agile Testing Part 2

Design Thinking has gained momentum widely due to its inherent fit to agile and lean product development. Stanford’s D.School Design Thinking crash course and Google Ventures’ Design Sprint further extends it by providing a framework for designing products and services in the context of teams. Can this apply to testing? Through Testmob, we’ve applied the same process to software testing within agile and non-agile contexts. Testmob incorporates agile and context-driven testing principles and practices of fast feedback, collaboration, exploratory risk-based testing, and team ownership of quality. This hands-on workshop will equip you with the principles, practices, and goals behind Testmob and how you can apply them to your agile teams ASAP. You will learn about the ADAPT model (Analyze, Design, Agree, Plan, Test) patterned after Google's Design Sprint, and run hands-on simulation of most practices.

45mins

Room 3

Ian Pestelos

Ian conducts workshops (public and in-house), coaching, and consulting to individuals, communities, startups, and software development teams on agile management, lean software development, agile testing, and exploratory testing. He is also speak in various conference in Southeast Asia on these topics. Ian also run Management 3.0 (agile leadership) courses under the Happy Melly global brand, and its first (and only) licensed facilitator in The Philippines. He is an active collaborator in agile, software testing, and experience design communities of practice and a proficient speaker, facilitator, and coach on agile management, context-driven testing, and agile product delivery. Also a member of the Association of Software Testing, Florida USA; graduate and co-facilitator of its prestigious Black Box Software Testing (BBST) courses - Foundations 2.0, Bug Advocacy, and Test Design.

Break, Lunch and Prayer

75mins

Thierry Sanders

Room 1 – Be an Agile Startup Inside a Corporation

Putera Sampoerna asked me to set up a FinTech company next to his Bank, owned by his Foundation, under supervision of the Sampoerna Strategic corporate group. Somehow at Mekar, I have managed to create the freedom to be agile. Let me explain how. Let's discuss tactics together.

45mins

Room 1

Thierry Sanders

Entrepreneur for Entrepreneurs. Job creation thru business. business finance, P2P lending, online matchmaking of investors and mentors, angel investing, kitesurfer, sketcher, father, connector, founder, emerging market economist, Offline-2-Online. And as my grandmother used to say: “Don’t search for life, Live it !”

Thomas Rothe

Room 2 – Real-World strategies for Continuous Delivery

Every technical organization is looking to deliver values faster, less expensive and with better quality. To help accomplish this, increasingly organizations are turning to continuous delivery. Implementing continuous delivery implies organizations can frequently adapt software to the requirements and needs of their clients and users. This leads to an improvement in customer satisfaction and will increase business results. Organizations need to implement several practices to enable continuous delivery. In this talk, we will look at the challenges that organizations face when trying to adopt the continuous delivery practices. We will start talking about continuous delivery today, how we define it, and what the differences are to continuous deployment. Testing is one of the important practices and continuous testing is the foundation of continuous delivery but how can you implement it? Thomas will share strategies and practical approaches on how to reduce release cycle times and speak about some of the typical bottlenecks.

45mins

Thomas Rothe

Thomas Rothe has more than 8 years of experience working in information technology including Fraunhofer Society, Europe’s largest application-oriented research organization and Rheinmetall Defense Electronics, one of the world’s top supplier of defense technology and security equipment. He also spent time in consulting and coaching multinational teams in developing their people, processes and use of technology to deliver solutions better, faster and safer. He is Software Engineer and LEAN thinker with passion for coding and scripting to increase delivered values. With a holistic view of technical environments, he builds collaboration paths between functional silos and forges cross-functional teams. Currently, Thomas is living in Bali and works as an Analyst for Mitrais PT.

Anuraj S.L

Room 3 – Redefined QA and Continuous Delivery in the DevOps Era

  • Is QA/Testing dead in DevOps era ?
  • DevOps vs Traditional approaches.
  • How to perform effective Testing in DevOps?
  •  What is the importance of Test Automation and Continuous Integration in terms of DevOps?
  • What is the level of automation that can be achieved?
  • Various tools available in the market to achieve the desired automation level
  • Practical Tips and Recommendations

45mins

Room 3

Anuraj S.L

Anuraj is a highly motivated, enthusiastic and passionate Software Testing/QA Professional who makes no compromise on quality. He has good hand on experience in Analyzing, Designing and Implementation of testing strategies for web based and client/server applications using both manual and automation techniques. He is currently working as Test Lead at Bridge Global where he is responsible for providing in-depth technical advice to customers on how to successfully integrate testing approaches and to implement the same with remote or on-site teams. He has been also successful in providing career development, team building, coaching, and mentoring of IT & QA professionals. Managing multiple high impact projects simultaneously, he helps organizations deliver better software quicker, while making it easier to consume by the end-user. Adding on to his strong, practical expertise in measurably improving the software development lifecycle, he also helps drive the necessary cultural changes required in a company to make this work.

Denny Muktar

Room 1 – Practical Cloud Native DevOps with IBM Bluemix (Participant Need to Bring Their Own Laptop) Part 1

45mins

Room 1

Denny Muktar

Denny has been helping clients from various industries to develop solution using Information Technology and IT Architecture practices. His key industries are Banking and Government sector. Cloud and DevOps are some of the subjects where he are focusing for the past years. Denny has been very fond of Enterprise Architecture and has been exploring this area ever-since he was introduced to EA in 2008. He is a certified TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) L2, an Open Group Certified IT Architect, and IBM Certified IT Architect in Integration discipline.

Naveen Kumar Singh

Room 2 – Maximize Value by Behavior Driven Development Part 1

This is a workshop to build product while practicing impact mapping, feature writing, specification by examples and applying test first approach. Workshop will cover all practices that will help in translating product vision to product increment. Facilitator will demonstrate how to convert specifications in code by using BDD tools.​​ Facilitator will help in crafting product vision, coming up with product features and introducing how to write examples for features. Session will demonstrate how to convert specification into product increment, living documents and build test automation.
Learning objectives:
• What is Impact Mapping and how to use it for product discovery?
• How to create product features using Impact Mapping?
• How to write examples for features while practicing specification by examples?
• How to translate examples into test using BDD before writing code?
• Importance of living code
• Best practices for BDD

45mins

Room 2

Naveen Kumar Singh

Naveen is a professional agile coach and Professional Scrum Trainer (PST). He is having 20 years of experience in software development and have worked with many organizations and on multiple technology stacks including .Net/C#, Java, Ruby, Python and JavaScript etc. Naveen is Certified LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum) Practitioner and have helped organizations is agile adoption. He is one of the early adopter of DevOps practices and teaches DevOps culture, practices and tools to development team and operation team.

Arthur Purnama

Room 3 – Agile Planning and Estimation

Working with Agile approach without having a plan and ability to estimate a task is a very dangerous misconception and unfortunately very common in many Agile Team. Although Agile Manifesto authors have come to value "Responding to change over following a plan", this does not necessarily mean that there is no plan, rather a guidance on how we react to our plan due to some changes. During my presentation, I will share and discuss some practices in planning and estimating on Agile product development team.

45mins

Room 3

Arthur Purnama

Arthur Purnama has been working as Technology Consultant for clients from diverse industries across Europe. In most cases h support clients in analyzing, developing, integrating and innovating their IT systems by means of Object Oriented Paradigm, Agile Methodology, Service Oriented Architecture, Cloud Computing, High Scalability Architecture and Enterprise Java technology that optimizes corporate processes and brings in strategic enhancement to their business.. The experience he has gained during his career as Consultant has strengthen his interest for exploring more about firm’s organizational behavior and creating business value from integrated IT. He took over an opportunity at DOKU a year ago, with the aim to shape its operation to be more agile and innovative. There he lead, coach and train the agile change agents in implementing Scrum and make sure that the framework and its values are embodied and lived by the organization.

Denny Muktar

Room 1 – Practical Cloud Native DevOps with IBM Bluemix (Participant Need to Bring Their Own Laptop) Part 2

45mins

Room 1

Denny Muktar

Denny has been helping clients from various industries to develop solution using Information Technology and IT Architecture practices. His key industries are Banking and Government sector. Cloud and DevOps are some of the subjects where he are focusing for the past years. Denny has been very fond of Enterprise Architecture and has been exploring this area ever-since he was introduced to EA in 2008. He is a certified TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) L2, an Open Group Certified IT Architect, and IBM Certified IT Architect in Integration discipline.

Naveen Kumar Singh

Room 2 – Maximize Value by Behavior Driven Development Part 2

This is a workshop to build product while practicing impact mapping, feature writing, specification by examples and applying test first approach. Workshop will cover all practices that will help in translating product vision to product increment. Facilitator will demonstrate how to convert specifications in code by using BDD tools.​​ Facilitator will help in crafting product vision, coming up with product features and introducing how to write examples for features. Session will demonstrate how to convert specification into product increment, living documents and build test automation.
Learning objectives:
• What is Impact Mapping and how to use it for product discovery?
• How to create product features using Impact Mapping?
• How to write examples for features while practicing specification by examples?
• How to translate examples into test using BDD before writing code?
• Importance of living code
• Best practices for BDD

45mins

Room 2

Naveen Kumar Singh

Naveen is a professional agile coach and Professional Scrum Trainer (PST). He is having 20 years of experience in software development and have worked with many organizations and on multiple technology stacks including .Net/C#, Java, Ruby, Python and JavaScript etc. Naveen is Certified LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum) Practitioner and have helped organizations is agile adoption. He is one of the early adopter of DevOps practices and teaches DevOps culture, practices and tools to development team and operation team.

Yanti Andriyani

Room 3 – Reflection in Agile Meetings Practices

When do you think of team reflection what comes to mind? How does reflection happen during the meeting? What are important aspects in the meeting for team reflection? Reflection is an important aspect in agile software development in terms of inspect and adapt. Reflection in agile practices is focused more on the retrospective meeting. Does it mean other agile practices are not meant for reflection?  Does inspect and adapt are only realized in the retrospective meeting? This presentation would like to present some initial findings based on empirical research work about reflection in retrospective meetings. This is part of research that is currently conducted at the University of Auckland.We have conducted case studies research, which collected data from several companies in New Zealand and Indonesia. This presentation aims to introduce reflection framework, which is emerged from research field to agile practitioners. It is expected that the framework can be applied in agile practices. This presentation will address some discussions, such as:

  1. Reflection framework in Agile meetings.
  2. Important aspects that would help the agile team to perform reflection.
  3. How far agile teams perform reflection in agile meetings.

45mins

Room 3

Yanti Andriyani

She is a Lecturer in Department of Computer Science at the University of Riau and currently pursuing her Ph.D. degree at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the University of Auckland. Her research focuses on exploring on how agile teams learn from the knowledge shared, reflect on the knowledge gained and find ways to improve the process. The best part of her research is not only the topic, which emphasizes on the reflection, the research processes itself also guided her to keep ‘inspect and adapt’. She would like to share her research experience in agile and the overall findings of her research. It is expected by sharing her research experience would provide new insights for the researcher to explore more on agile software development. As well as for the agile practitioners would gain knowledge from the research results about knowledge management and reflection in agile software development.

Break, Snacks and Prayer

15mins

Shane Hastie

Room 1 – Agile Mindset

We are frequently told that "Agile is a mindset", "focus on being agile, not doing agile"; these are correct and really important but what does it actually mean?  What does an agile mindset look like, what behaviors does it result in, how do teams become agile in their thinking and working together, what do people need to learn and what does an agile career path look like and why does this matter in today's fast paced business environment?
Shane answers these questions and provides some concrete advice on how to build habits of agility in your teams and organisations.

45mins

Room 1

Shane Hastie

Shane Hastie MIM, CBAP, ICE-VM, PMI-ACP joined ICAgile in 2017 as the Director of Agile Learning Programs. He has oversight in the strategic direction and expansion of ICAgile’s learning programs, including maintaining and extending ICAgile’s learning objectives, providing thought leadership and collaborating with industry experts, and supporting the larger ICAgile community, which includes more than 90 Member Organizations and approximately 50,000 ICAgile certification holders.

Quang Nguyen

Room 2 – Are You Killing Mr. Jenkins

Continuous Integration is crucial in modern software development. Therefore, a lot of teams involve Mr. Jenkins and hope for a better quality software. But do they know that they are killing Mr. Jenkins? My talk will answer this question and introduce 3 levels of good practices to maintain a healthy, strong and long living Mr. Jenkins.

45mins

Room 2

Quang Nguyen

Silvana Wasitova

Room 3 – Getting Teams to High Performance

45mins

Room 3

Silvana Wasitova

She has extensive experience managing global cross-functional teams and mission critical projects in Fortune 500 corporations spanning 12 countries with teams from 8 to 120 people. Praised by customers and colleagues for timely delivery of program commitments with high quality and transparent communication. International experience: UK, Switzerland, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Canada and USA. Fluent in Indonesian language.

Renee Troughton

Auditorium – Keynote: Patterns for scaled success

This would be based on my experience at implementing Agile at Scale, both in using a specific framework (SAFe) and when choosing to build your own framework, so it compares and contrasts the experiences a little. Then it would go more into the patterns that have worked - patterns like how to integrate UX, structuring teams, size of teams, scrum of scrums, steering scrums, guilds, dependency management and the criticality of the Leadership Cell at scale.

45mins

Auditorium

Renee Troughton

Renee Troughton is one of the most experienced Enterprise Agile Transformation Coaches in the southern hemisphere with extensive experience working in small to large organisations across many sectors including finance, insurance, superannuation, government and telecommunications. The author of both ‘Agile Forest‘ and co-author of ‘Who is Agile Australia and New Zealand‘, she also contributes heavily to her blog at Agile Forest and co-chairs one of the worlds leading Agile Podcasts. Renee specialises in enterprise transformations, Kanban, scaled and non software development implementations of Agile.

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