Schedule

KAO SOI

Track 1

10:00-10:45

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Wasan P

Citizen Empowerment with Traffy Fondue

Traffy Fondue is a citizen engagement and empowerment platform using AI and human-like chatbot that simulates interactive conversations to crowdsource city problems via messaging app and to address issues of equality, liveability, and sustainability. The goal of this platform is to modernize the way active citizens report, communicate, and manage problems, including real-time tracking to gain efficiency, citizen engagement, build trust, empower both citizens and service officials, as well as provide direct connection to top level management. Traffy Fondue won several awards and recognitions, such as 1) Winner of Thailand ICT Awards 2019 in Big Data Category, 2) Certification of Merit of Asia-Pacific ICT Awards 2019 in Digital Government Category, 4) Winner of the Galileo & Copernicus Innovation Challenge 2019, 5) Inventor Award of 7 Innovation 2021, 6) National Innovation Awards 2021, 7) Prime Minister Award: Innovation For Crisis, 8) Prime Minister’s TRIUP Award for Research Utilization with High Impact 2022, and 9) Public Sector Excellence Awards 2022

Dr. Wasan Pattara-atikom is currently the Head of the Intelligent Transportation Systems Laboratory and Principal Researcher at NECTEC. He graduated with two Master degrees in Telecommunications and Business Administration, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Information Science. Dr. Pattara-atikom published over 80 peer reviewed articles with an h-index of 19, was awarded 2 patents and 5 patent pending. Dr. Pattara-atikom published over 80 peer reviewed articles, 7 patents submitted. He served in the office of the Ministry of Science and Technology in 2012, and in the office of the Deputy Prime Minister in 2013. He is the head of the Traffy Fondue project. Traffy Fondue is a citizen engagement and empowerment platform using AI and human-like chatbot that simulates interactive conversations to crowdsource city problems via messaging app and to address issues of equality, liveability, and sustainability. The goal of this platform is to modernize the way active citizens report, communicate, and manage problems, including real-time tracking to gain efficiency, citizen engagement, build trust, empower both citizens and service officials, as well as provide direct connection to top level management. Traffy Fondue won several awards and recognitions, such as 1) Winner of Thailand ICT Awards 2019 in Big Data Category, 2) Certification of Merit of Asia-Pacific ICT Awards 2019 in Digital Government Category, 4) Winner of the Galileo & Copernicus Innovation Challenge 2019, 5) Inventor Award of 7 Innovation 2021, 6) National Innovation Awards 2021, 7) Prime Minister Award: Innovation For Crisis, 😎 Prime Minister’s TRIUP Award for Research Utilization with High Impact 2022, and 9) Public Sector Excellence Awards 2022

KAO SOI

Track 1

11:00-11:45

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Apinya C

Riding KBTG Transformation Rollercoaster

So after claiming the first hill you see the next one and the next one so we focus not getting our people brain to adapt to the fact that this journey will never end

Electrical Engineer turn software engineer who has just moved back home after 22 years in UK. In UK I worked for Credit Suisse as Dev, DBE, Automating pipeline (Before there was DevOps) , Agile PM (before there was scrum), and finally was promoted to director as the enterprise transformation chair person. At KBTG I manage KBTG Transformation and run Software Development Excellence department responsible for Agile , DevOps , Test Automation , Process Engineering and Technical Architect teams

KAO SOI

Track 1

13:15-14:00

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Tirasak W

Why Agile Coach Doesn't Success in Enterprise Organization

Moving in many Organizations As Agile Coach. Sharing Common thing I found when do the Agile Coach role in organizations. Sharing discussion what I observed and what I suggest

Agile Coach who travels around Financial Company who love in Organization Transformation, System Thinking, Agile , Service Design , UX.

KAO SOI

Track 1

14:15-15:00

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Gregory B

Visualize "Agility at Scale for Real " with iObeya

Deploying Agility at Scale can sometimes be difficult because of the limitations inherent to its scalability. Gathering a huge number of people in one room at the same time, coordinating the work between multiple teams from various locations, sharing a vast amount of data, collaborating and properly visualizing the critical information, could limit your ability to properly deploy at a large level the Agile practices. Discover how a digital system using Visual Management System allows your team to operate properly in an hybrid environment.

Gregory Birge is iObeya's Marketing Director for Asia. He is a Thought Leader with an in depth knowledge in all Marketing fields. Seasoned to Large corporations complexity, as well as start ups as Entrepreneur and Advertising, Digital Agencies with 9 years spent in Asia. He believes in a ROI driven Marketing to support Sales in providing the right strategy based on the problem to solve. To quote him "Marketing is not about a website, it is about creating tailored strategic approach using multiple campaigns supported by coordinated tactics linked to the same objective."

SOM TUM

Track 2

10:00-10:45

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Giom D

Fact & Fallacies of Agile Transformation

Most Agile transformations struggle and drag. The deck is stacked against you: habits, processes, politics, legal, etc., For the people experiencing this drag, the change fatigue is real. Some wild spread fallacies lead to a journey of pain while on the other hand, some less talked about principles work very well. This session is my best understanding of these principles after 12 years of coaching and studying transformations, so you can see them too and go make a difference. Quick overview: #complexitythinking #changemanagement #socialchange #organicgrowth #managerialcourage

Giom coaches leaders on how to drive effective change and build a strategy based on simple but hard principles: simplicity, empowerment, organic growth, vision. He has 12+ years of experience of coaching successful agile transformations in Singapore, France, UK, India, Thailand, Hong Kong, Indonesia, US and Brazil in various domains: finance, private banking, insurance, media, startups

SOM TUM

Track 2

11:00-11:45

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Ethan S

Scrum: Delivering 2x the work in 1/2 the time. Wait, why am I not getting this?

We'll talk about why some of the Scrum implementation won't work, and share practical experiences about the essential must-have elements to create and run hyper-productive Scrum teams.

Ethan had over 18 years of experience in software development, project management, and Agile rollout across large, multi-site organizations. Over the past decade, Ethan was one of the most successful and celebrated Agile coaches in China & Asia. In 2020, Scrum Inc. Agile Education Program entrusted Ethan to be a Scrum Fellow and the regional partner for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. Ethan will help to increase the accessibility of Dr. Jeff Sutherland's True Scrum knowledge and to mentor, coach, train, and certify next-generation Scrum Inc. trainers in the Asia Pacific.

SOM TUM

Track 2

13:15-14:00

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Ruben C

5 Tips to Deal with Resistance

I will discuss these 5 tips that would help attendees use tools and techniques to deal with resistance in any transformation effort. 1. Do a force-field analysis 2. Engage everyone, including resistors 3. Listen, learn, and act so that they feel seen and heard 4. Examine the history (change fatigue) 5. Be more inclusive through polarity management

Ruben Canlas Jr is an Agile Coach at PALO IT in Hong Kong. He recently helped a French luxury brand to set up and run a mobile app development system using agile practices and tools. When he has time, Ben C teaches organizational change, leadership, and IT in an MBA school. He holds a Master of Science in Information Technology from Carnegie Mellon University, an MBA from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication at the University of the Philippines.

SOM TUM

Track 2

14:15-15:00

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Terry Y

A Tale of Two Schools of Software Design

Comparing TDD & DDD, and more.

Terry is a developer of less.works. Terry Yin is an Adaptive Coach of Odd-e team. He has 20 years experience in the software industry. Terry has been working at Nokia for 10 years mostly in R&D management and Agile transformation before joining Odd-e. He has coached Large Scale Scrum and software development technical practices in a large variety of software companies. Terry has been an active programmer for more than 25 years, crossing many domains. He’s open source software static analyser (https://github.com/terryyin/lizard) is used in many large organization, e.g. Nokia, Ericsson and even the Atlas experiment at CERN. He's also the developer of the https://less.works web site. He’s also an experienced trainer and conference speaker.

PAD THAI

Track 3

10:00-10:45

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Pimjai W

Agile, Audit and Automation

Agile manifesto says “Working software over comprehensive documentation”, but in audit world, everything is all about documentation. How do we deliver software using Agile process and still adhere to all control required by auditors? This session will be a practical guide on what we do to be Agile and also certified industry standard certifications like SOC2 and ISO27001. The session includes both the process and the automation aspect with DevOps practices and other related automation.

16 years in software development space and 14 years with SS&C, I’ve been through the transition from when Agile was new till it has become norm - with various roles from Software Engineer, Project Leader, Scrum Master, Software Development Manager to DevOps Director. I’ve been working with various kind of applications from legacy technologies to cloud native. Being in an enterprise company with strict control on regulatory and compliance from the country like United States of America, I am here to share my practical knowledge and the experience I’ve gained over the years.

PAD THAI

Track 3

11:00-11:45

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Stanly & Yogas

LeSS Journey in Jago

DKatalis is Bank Jago's strategic technology partner developing Jago banking app. Its rapid growth in business had its engineering grow from 10 to over 200 people in the last two years. Early this year, they started their LeSS journey, gradually ‘flipping’ one requirements area after another to new ways of working based on self-management. Each area ranges from 30 to 40 people. Why did the company use LeSS? How did the transition happen? What challenges did we meet? What is the impact on the organization? Join us in this experience-sharing session.

Stanly: Stanly is a LeSS coach from Odd-e. He enjoys helping organizations shift to self-managing teams in the context of product development and teaching technical practices like test-driven development and refactoring. He is also a Certified Satir Coach, supporting individual's personal growth based on Virginia Satir's work. Yogas: Trained as an engineer, and infinitely curious about human potential and high performing team. Currently learning to become agile coach in DKatalis, the product engineering group behind Jago banking app.

PAD THAI

Track 3

13:15-14:00

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Bundit J

(Un)fantastic Team Smells and How We Fixed Them

I would like to share some intriguing team smells that I have seen often in my experience while helping to build high-performance Agile teams. Software engineers know well about code smells and why we want to fix them. In this talk, I will extend the concept and apply it to improve the way the team works together. Some smells are obvious while some are not so much, or even don't sound like a smell at all. You will learn how we tackled each of them. Some of the solutions may be unorthodox but practical in which we did try and found it to work well within our context.

Bundit (Boy) Jitkongchuen has been learning and practicing Agile since 2010, and used to be Certified Scrum Product Owner. He is very passionate about building Agile teams with high quality of software engineering practices. He has been building high-performance teams both in a large enterprise and in a startup environments. He is currently working as Engineering Manager at LINE MAN Wongnai. https://www.linkedin.com/in/boybundit/

PAD THAI

Track 3

14:15-15:00

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Verapat C

Pay Per Point - agile software contract

- Agile in real-life with Pay Per Point contract - The real decision driver for most, if not all, businesses is MONEY. - So, at the end of the day, business value will be around monetary domain, either top line (growth) or bottom line (cost saving). - I will come to share with you the real-life experience about applying agile ways of thinking when engaging software vendors to do projects or products. - Using Pay Per Point approach. The good, the bad and the ugly. - Some tips and tricks to overcome challenges in using this approach. - This may be useful to both the customers and vendors.

A Chief Technology Officer looking after tech tribes of 200+ members in an international financial service organization. Passionate about agile ways of working and putting it into practice in all levels, from small squads, to business departments and the senior management table.

TOM YUM

Track 4

10:00-10:45

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Varis & Manuschai

Unleashing Your Team Potential and Becoming a High Performing Team

Come and hear real experiences, tips, tools and techniques that used in Agile team to overcome conflicts, challenges throughout 4 stages to become a high performing team.

Scrum Master at ExxonMobil with 5 years of experiences in Agile

TOM YUM

Track 4

11:00-11:45

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Jakkris & Verapat  Taksina & Tirasak

What if everyone (Execs, Colleagues, Friends) wanted Agile? Will we survive?

The 3 of us have experienced Agile transformation from multiple perspectives and will leverage fire side chat discussions format to share the challenges, pitfalls, ways to overcome, mindset change etc associated with these transformations. We also hope to engage the audience into a more interactive session where questions are asked - and we do our best to answer them!

Jakkris - Experience in Agile and Innovation in Oil & Gas, Healthcare and Real Estate Verapat - Experience in Agile across C-suites and IT in Insurance Taksina - Chief (Agile) Transformation Officer in Pharma

TOM YUM

Track 4

13:15-14:00

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Sanoopkumar A

Agile Unleashed at Scale in John Deere!

How John Deere’s Global IT group implemented a holistic transformation powered by Scrum@Scale, Scrum, DevOps, and a modernized technology stack as well as an innovative solution to sustain Agile in a VUCA world.

Sanoop is an Agile coach in John Deere’s Aftermarket & customer support IT business capability area. He has overall 26 years of Industry experience and out of which 16 are in John Deere. His experience spans across Mfg, Developing Org strategies, IT and Agile. He has a bachelor’s degree in Production Eng and management from NIT Calicut, has a master’s degree from Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, and an executive MBA from Symbiosis Institute Pune.

TOM YUM

Track 4

14:15-15:00

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Praweena S

Changing the way we change organization to agile

I have been leading an agile transformation for an organization with going to expand to the organization of 900 people. I like to share how we manage the change and some key success factors to get people buy-in and feel excited with agile transformation. I didn’t feel regret in any transformation so far, I have a lot of lesson learned. And I want to share in the way you can apply it when you need to lead any changes in the future.

I am an experienced agile coach working for ExxonMobil Limited. I help ExxonMobil changing the way we work to agile since the beginning back in 2015. In the past few years, I have been engaging a lot in helping organization discover their opportunities, agree on what have to be changed in order to get into the future stage, managing change so that we have people buy-in and adopt the new way of working.