Dynamic nature of Business demands for continuous improvement and developments in the Agile practice. The success of Agile in Business is directly proportional to the success of Scrum Teams. One of the major areas of interest and key challenge has been how to develop Self-Organising Scrum teams that can work with minimal or no involvement of outsiders by self organising, planning and moving together towards a pre-defined Business goal.

The term ‘Self-Organizing Team’ is really incredible and any Scrum Teams’ vision. Although it isn’t very easy to create an ideal self-organizing culture when change is consent around. It is an evolving process which calls for exploring, learning, practicing, improving and then finally advancing to success as a team.

If you are looking for building a Self-Organising Teams, then the Scrum Day 2018 is a right forum for you! Join us as we explore all about Self-Organising Scrum Teams on 16th February, 2018 in Chennai.


Learn from the Industry experts and practitioners about the best practice and latest in the Scrum world. The event features insightful presentations and solutions based discussions by a blend of speakers from diverse organizations. The event brings a wonderful opportunity to meet industry admired leaders sharing their real experiences and expertise of working in Scrum environment. 


The Scrum day event is a great meeting place for scrum enthusiasts and critics to exchange their view on ‘Building Self-Organising Team.’ The event presentations and discussion sessions will be focusing on any of the four important areas as listed below:

The event deliberation would be based on but not restricted to the following topics:

  • Breaking Barriers to the Success of Scrum Teams
  • The self-organizing team: A Myth Buster
  • The challenges faced by a self-organizing team and their best solutions
  • Adapting to Business and technology change
  • Technology developments and aspects to consider on your journey
  • People side of self-organizing teams – Human challenges and their solutions
  • From where to start! Explore key aspects and measure success factors
  • Tools that can ease the work of self-organizing teams
  • Appreciate self-organising efforts 
  • What to expect next? A perceptiveness for the Scrum teams
  • Self-Organizing Team – Do they really exist? A Critics view

Friday, 16 February, 2018
Registration & Seating
Opening and Welcome Note
- Padma Priya Devarajan, Agile coach and Trainer at KnowledgeHut

- Syed Hassan, Director - IT - Enterprise Services at DXC Technology
Way of the Self-Organized Leader in Self-Organizing Teams is overrated. Self-organization is not about eliminating leaders, but rethinking their role in a more balanced way. Lets explore Why Self-organizing Teams &what does leaders do in Self-Organization. Come ! Lets us also explore what are the areas that Leaders focus to build successful self-organizing teams and how it affects the Team variations and effectiveness.
- Venkatesh Rajamani , Professional Scrum Trainer , Scrum.org
This presentation talks about what self managed teams are, the structures, processes and practices followed by self managed teams in some of the organizations around the world.
- Srinath Ramakrishnan , Agile Coach , Independent

The session is all about how a normal team getting natural transition to a Self organizing Teams. What are the challenges faced by the team during the Forming, Storming & Performing Stages. What are the best practices that the self Organizing Teams can follow.

- Arunkumar Kandasamy , Agile Product Owner , Ford Motor Company

It is time we updated our mental models with more contemporary thinking and research about team dynamics & moving beyond Tuckman stages of group development. In this context, this session intends to introduce the team performance model for creating and sustaining teams created by Allan Drexler and David Sibbet.

This tool can be used as a framework for supporting a team-based culture and understanding evolution of teams.


- Subrahmaniam S.R.V , Enterprise Agile Coach & Trainer , Independent
Self-Organising Teams - A Corporate Fantasy?

- Preeth Pandalay , Co-Founder , Agile Folklore
Self-Organizing teams in an agile setup has been widely prevalent more than ever in this decade.  But in a constant era of disruption in terms of business models, increasing margins, digitization and automation, self-organizing teams needs to be equipped with wide ranging skillsets to sustain themselves in the long run.

In this presentation, we shall look at the below key aspects of self-organizing teams, which are instrumental for their success.

1.       Self-Organizing Teams – Beehive

2.       Prerequisite skillsets of Self-organizing teams

3.       How self-organizing teams can safeguard in VUCA world

4.       Embrace Design Thinking

5.       Performance Matrix

6.       Perils of working in Siloes

7.       Summary

- Sundaresan Sethuraman , Sr. Manager - Projects / Agile-DevOps Solution Architect , Cognizant
Tea/Coffee Break 
Round Table Discussion  - Padma Priya Devarajan , Agile coach and Trainer , KnowledgeHut
Closing and Thank you Address



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