To get the most out of the Scrum Events (Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Scrum Retrospective) I’ve tried a lot of things. I experimented with formats and setups. Did a Facilitator training and looked for interesting games and Sprint Retrospective formats. But I never looked further than that. Until I did the Training From the Back of The Room and was intrigued by how the brain works in a training and learning setting. Learning more about the human brain I figured out you could also use Brain Science to keep the Scrum Events alive and worthwhile. In this session at the LeanAgileUS conference you will learn about neuroscience and how you can use it to activate your brain. Bring your Brain! and meet me there.
Evelien Roos - Agile Coach and Trainer
Evelien Acun-Roos is an experienced Agile Coach at Xebia and a Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org. She has a profound knowledge of Agile and Scrum and knows how to transfer that to teams, Scrum Masters and Product Owners. Her passion with Agile centers on the teams and individuals within them. She loves to get teams up and running and then help them continuously improve. She has helped many teams at different organisations to become more Agile (like ING, Rabobank, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, APG, Philips, VodafoneZiggo). She is also the Scrum Master of the Scrum Boosters within Xebia, helping other Scrum affected people to become better in Scrum. Evelien loves to give training for beginning as well as experienced Scrummers. Her training courses are filled with brain based learning activities. In her classes she lets the learner learn instead of the teacher teach. Evelien was born in Zoetermeer, currently living in Helmond with her husband and 3 kids.