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 2017 is a right forum for you! Join us as we explore all about Self-Organising Scrum Teams on 17th November, 2017 in Hyderabad.


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


The Scrum day conference was a great meeting place for scrum enthusiasts and critics to exchange their view on ‘Building Self-Organising Team.’

Friday, 17 November, 2017
Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) at Scrum.org 
Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut

- Naveen Kumar Singh , Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) at Scrum.org , Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut
 Lightning Talks: “Building Self Organising Teams”
Doing agile is a process but being agile is a sport. Successful agile teams are just like any best sports team in the world. Typical barriers to scrum teams are organisation structures, slow support functions, Distributed teams, Part time roles, need for certainty, lack of clarity in deriving business value. Just forming Scrum team and following agile methodologies will not bring any success. This talk is an attempt to discuss practical solutions to make a scrum team successful.
- Ravindra Prasad , Vice President - Technology and Operations , DBS Bank
"Technical excellence and how that impacts high performing teams"

- Satyajit Nath , Senior Manager , Capgemini

- Nilotpal Das , Engineering Manager , Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd
Enterprise SAFe Scrum Kanban XP Coach & Trainer,
Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut

- Neeraj Bachani , Enterprise SAFe Scrum Kanban XP Coach & Trainer, , Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut
I would like to take an analogy of comparing the Scrum Framework with a human body. The human body consists of cells, tissues, organs and the human body system relies on collaboration and coordination of all the parts of the human being in self-organization way to keep the body healthy and functioning. Similarly in scrum framework, the roles, events, artifacts and rules together work like a human body to keep the scrum sustain and work for not only to it but to everyone.

The burn down charts is like ECG of the human body, when the ECG is flat then the person is dead. Similarly, if the burn down charts is becoming a linear line across time, then scrum project is dead and the results are disaster. So be practical and do whatever makes sense to make a project successful every sprint by inspecting and adapting with transparency in the system.

Hence it is a great way to look at human body as an analogy to understand the scrum framework so that everyone understand the important of scrum and its parts in totality to self-organize  for making any project to be successful.
- Koti Reddy Bhavanam , Associate Director , UHG
"Leading a Self Organizing Team"

- Pradip Ghosh , Agile Enthusiast , Tech Mahindra
Conclusion & Thank You Address

- Naveen Kumar Singh , Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) at Scrum.org , Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut



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