5 Whys Challenge – Almudena Rodriguez Pardo

I have a confession to make. I’ve never played World of Warcraft. Kind of a missing notch on my geek belt.

But if you have, you probably know it’s about building up a team, getting on a journey toward success, relying on communication and with many risks and uncertainties on the way.

Sounds familiar? 

That’s why I am excited and looking forward to “World of Scrumcraft” which will be presented in the conference. Almudena Rodriguez Pardo (who will pair-present withr Norma Acevdo Lopez) is our guest today on the 5 Whys Challenge. She works at Ericsson in Germany, she’s originally from Spain. and she’s coming to an Israeli conference. Much internationalization there.

So, Almudena, tell us what you think.

  • Why should people come to the conference?

I have visited quite a few workshops and Agile conferences, but I have seldom seen such an impulse within the speakers crew: So much drive, tons of positive energy, and the conference did not even started! I have the strong feeling this conference is going to be special!

We bring the operational experience together with the passion for Agile methodologies with us! As a scrum Developer and Market Support engineer you know what a challenge it is, to put everybody in the same boat: It is about breaking silos, about collaboration, we will take you to the World of ScrumCraft, where you will see the keys to success in large-scale Scrum development!

  • Why did we choose this topic?

Because this is something we are dealing daily with, and we have realized, that our personal experiences in the World of ScrumCraft is something we can share with the Agile world as best practice. ‘Close to customer’, yes, but…how?

I have gone through the agenda briefly and… quite difficult to make a choice! Five tracks is a challenge, as we do not want to miss anything!
But, what I am surely joining is, ‘Violating Scrum, how far can you go?’, as me and Norma are playing a special role there 🙂

  • Why is the third hand on the watch called the second hand?

May I be honest…? I don’t have a clue!

Well, this question befuddles many people.

I’m looking to both Scrumcraft and Violating Scrum sessions (I might have a small part in it myself).
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