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ACB20 Workshop Days


October 22-24, 2020

Extend your learning experience at the virtual Agile Camp Berlin 2020 by attending one of four high-class one-day workshops, well-known trainers and coaches will offer the day before or during the conference. Become a master facilitator with Daniel Stillman, learn how to collaborate with love and care with Olaf Lewitz, become a Team Kanban Practitioner with Rolf Irion, or join Stefan Haas and Hannah Koch for the #PoDojo™ Masterclass on prototyping and testing for agile coaches.

🇬🇧 Please note, that the class language in all cases is English unless otherwise stated.

Terms and conditions apply:

  1. All classes offered at the virtual Agile Camp Berlin can be booked separately from the attendance of the Agile Camp Berlin 2020 with the respective trainer. Please note that this also implies that the attendance of a workshop does not include a ticket for the Agile Camp Berlin 2020.
  2. However, we have an additional vACB20 tickets reserved for workshop attendees who do not have a ticket for the conference yet.
  3. The respective trainers provide all workshops. The Berlin Product People GmbH as the organizer of the virtual Agile Camp Berlin 2020, is not involved in the organization of any workshops; any contract is between the workshop attendee and the respective trainer.
Facilitation Masterclass
9.00am-6.00pm

Facilitation Masterclass

by Daniel Stillman

An intensive, hands-on experience for experienced facilitators and managers to deepen their facilitation practice.

TKP: Team Kanban Practitioner
9.00am-6.00pm

TKP: Team Kanban Practitioner

by Rolf Irion

The “Team Kanban Practitioner” class is a great place to start with Kanban. This is an introductory, yet intense and interactive 1-day Kanban class. It will enable you to start using and getting benefits of Kanban in your team, also if your team already uses Scrum.

Collaborate with Love and Care
9.00am-6.00pm

Collaborate with Love and Care

by Olaf Lewitz

We know that agile needs collaboration. And we know the right processes and tools to support that. Still… often, it doesn’t happen as we want it. Collaboration needs love and care. We need to show up as humans to connect with each other.