GLASScon Schedule

 

After our opening, each day of GLASScon will follow a format of –

Spark –> Propose Topics –> Open Discussions –> Repeat

This gives you injections of learning and inspiration and allows you to discuss the items that matter to you most, whether it be by being inspired by a speaker, natural curiosity, or driven by needs at your organization.

The following is the planned schedule thus far, we are still confirming with a few of our distinguished speakers.


 

—25 January 2018—

0800-0900 Registration

0845-0900 Welcome from Kevin Smith, , CIO, US Census Bureau & Teresa Sabol, Director, Information Systems Support and Review Office

0900-0910 Opening

0910-0930 Spark 1: That’s The Signal – Program Level Data Tricks That Encourage Team Problem-Solving – Dante Vilardi

0930-0940 Propose Topics

0940-1030 Session 1 Discussions (breakouts)

1030-1050 Spark 2: Mobbing for Effectiveness – Nayan Hajratwala

1050-1100 Propose Topics

1100-1150 Session 2 Discussions (breakouts)

1150-1300 Lunch – On Your Own in the Census Cafeteria (lots of choices)

1300-1430 Workshop: Design Thinking Powered by Improvisation for Product Development – April Jefferson & Scott Showalter

1430-1440 Break

1440-1500 Sparker 3: Safety First! Creating Psychological Safety on Agile Teams – Jenny Tarwater

1500-1510 Propose Topics

1510-1600 Session 3 Discussions (breakouts)

1600-1630 Closing & Retrospective: Jerry & Paul

—26 January 2018—

0800-0900 Registration

0900-0910 Welcome

0910-0930 Spark 1: Invitation, Identity, and Lasting Change – Julie Bright

0930-0940 Propose Topics

0940-1030 Session 1 Discussions (breakouts)

1030-1050 Spark 2: Skip the Hours: Effective Agile Forecasting w/Relative and Probabilistic Estimation – Ken Furlong

1050-1100 Propose Topics

1100-1150 Session 2 Discussions (breakouts)

1150-1300 Lunch – On Your Own in the Census Cafeteria (lots of choices)

1300-1410 Workshop: Going from Technical Debt to Technical Health – Paul Boos

1410-1420 Break

1420-1440 Sparker 3: Creating Organizational Learning – George Dinwiddie

1440-1500 Sparker 4: The Real Value of Agile is Not in Delivery – Mathias Eifert

1500-1510 Propose Topics

1510 – 1540 Last Open Discussions (breakouts)

1540-1600 Closing & Retrospective: Jerry & Paul

 

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