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Preview of "Swearing, Nudity and Other Vulnerable Positions" talk

John Le Drew prepared a preview of his "Swearing, Nudity and Other Vulnerable Positions" talk.

Large-Scale Scrum: LEGO simulation!

Join Alexey Krivitsky for his Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS): LEGO simulation!

Pay 2 get 3 for Creative Storyboarding for Business workshop

The art of storytelling is an essential tool for business. 

If you are faced with a user experience problem or a potential issue with a current process you should consider creative storyboarding for a clear and captivating way to present a customer need.

Attend this unique one-day workshop to gain both visualisation skills and create a compelling storyboard bursting with business value.

See more details about the workshop here
Get special time limited offer pay 2 get 3 people registered at the workshop. Contact us for details.  

Scaling is still hot topic

Scaling Scrum is still a hot topic and we believe that the real Scrum Scaling is LeSS – Large Scale Scrum. We are happy that two top Certified LeSS Trainers are joining Agile Prague Conference - Jurgen De Smet and Wolfgang Richter. There’s one LeSS case study as well presented by Karel Smutny and workshop facilitated by Alexey Krivitsky.

If you are interested in scaling or you are from a big organization Agile Prague is definitely the place to come and get hands-on information about Scrum Scaling.

Jurgen De Smet will be delivering certified LeSS training in Prague on 11-13 October 2017 as well.

Great support from Certified Scrum Trainers & Coaches and Scrum Alliance

We are proud that Agile Prague gets so strong support from Certified Scrum Trainers and Certified Enterprise Coaches community from Scrum Alliance.

We have among our speakers the following great Certified Scrum Trainers and Certified Enterprise Coaches: Alexey Krivitsky, Angel Diaz-Maroto, James Schiel, Peter Stevens, Petri Heiramo, Steven G. Spearman, and Zuzana ‘Zuzi’ Sochova.

And even more Scrum Alliance is our gold sponsor.

Coaches Clinic at Agile Prague

This year we present the Coaches Clinic for the first time at Agile Prague. The experienced Agile Coaches will be ready to advice or answer your questions. Just come and sign up for the free coaching session. The Coaches Clinic will be available during both days at the conference lobby. The Coaches Clinic will be prepared and organized by Certified Enterprise Coaches, Certified Scrum Trainers and other experienced Agile coaches.

About Creative Storyboarding for Business workshop

We organize one-day workshop from Stuart Young: Creative Storyboarding for Business as part of the Agile Prague Conference.

Creative Storyboarding is a powerful business tool, which can be used to aid alignment and stakeholder engagement. Why settle for complex process maps and weighty project plans, when you can express your message in a visual way, that will resonate better with your stakeholders?

How to Use Creative Storyboarding for Business - read more in Stuart Young's blog post

Register here and join the workshop.

Registration for Agile Prague conference is possible via Eventbrite as well

You can register for our Agile Prague conference here on our webpage. In this case, we prefer payment via wire transfer. If you prefer for any reason payment via credit card, you can see our listing at Eventbrite and register there. We’ll provide you with the invoice after the payment.

Full Agile Prague Week 2017

The Agile Prague conference is the first event of our ‘Full Agile Prague Week 2017’. It’s followed by a workshop with great selection – Modern Agile by Joshua Kerievsky or Creative Storyboarding for Business by Stuart Young. It’s finished by new certification class CAL - Certified Agile Leadership (Scrum Alliance).

Conference workshop: Modern Agile by Joshua Kerievsky

Much has changed since the publishing of the Agile Manifesto in 2001. Joshua Kerievsky is coming to explain his idea about Modern Agile.

Conference workshop: Creative Storyboarding for Business by Stuart Young

We organize one-day workshop from Stuart Young: Creative Storyboarding for Business as part of the Agile Prague conference.

Petr Douša - Power of Agile UX

Petr Dousa /Czech Republic/

Petr Dousa /Czech Republic/ is a UX team of one at Kerio Technologies in Pilsen. He started to establish UX design in the company two years ago, after being web application developer and project manager. Now he works on integrating UX into agile team.

Recently he was jury member for UX in WebTop100, competition of top Czech websites. Before Kerio, Petr worked in Prvni Multimedialni, leading Czech web agency, with clients like Audi, Allianz and Nokia. He also co-founded, which pioneered live photo and sound streaming from music parties already in 1997. Petr is interested in social media and blogs at



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Power of Agile UX

User experience design in an agile team is exciting. Design ideas come to life in real product during just weeks, which gives very fast user feedback and feels good. In contrast, sequential (waterfall) process in our company resulted in design specifications, which may have got implemented after years of waiting, becoming obsolete, or never at all.

In this talk I summarize 1.5-year experience with UX design in an agile team, working on a web calendar project. I’ll describe how we adapted traditional UX tools and techniques so that they now have a more lightweight form, how they fit into agile process, and which ones we have dropped completely.

Attendees will get practical advice on the following topics:

- Agile usability testing. How to conduct frequent short tests instead of sporadic big ones, and fix only the top problems. How to make whole team observe and evaluate the test in less than a day.
- Co-design workshops. Having users, stakeholders and developers sketch collaboratively allows all great ideas to appear (and everyone can have one), while increasing a long-term understanding that users differ from us.
- Working with user feedback, from few-minute usability test of a sketch to using screenshots of future functionality in their actual place in the product.
- How far ahead of coding should design start? Starting too soon means wasted time on documentation, so that we don’t forget stuff until coding starts. Starting too late may block the team completely, waiting for UX design, or result in low quality of the design.