We learn at this conference ourselves. We want to make Software Development professional again. Lots of developers, experts and organisations gathered countless experience from their experiments (mistakes). They share it for you so don't to pay for this lessons yourself.

We inspect and adapt every edition of our conference to maximize your return of investment to join Scrum Days. This year we decided to prefer professional software delivery to coaching.
Come, join us. See what is different about Scrum Days!


Ted-Format Talks

Only the best of the best can deliver inspiring talk in under 18 minutes. We set a high standard.


Workshops deliver experience. Best way to deepen your understanding.

Invited Speakers

We invite people we know have something valuable to say.

Speaker's Pen

A space to talk to a speaker about their subject - we will round them up and make sure you can talk to them!

Creative Space

You can use every square centimeter of cozy space of hotel for getting the most value.

Open Space

We want to bring out what's best in our participants and get their knowledge and experience to shine!

Collaboration Catalyst

Friendly people and garden party after conference. Could you ask for more?

Job Corner

There will be a spot for posting a job offer or having a short interview

Limited edition

We will have no more than 300 participants, so that you will not drown in a sea of people

Creative Experience Corner

Visit us and put yourself into games and learning activities experience.

Which tracks can you choose?

The Scrum Mindset

The change in thinking, agility and treating people like people. 18-minute TED-style talks. Mixed basic and advanced subjects, so that everyone will find something interesting. Aimed at changing your thinking: The Agile Mindset, The Future of Scrum and why you don’t want to do Scrum.

The Product Mindset

Product. Value. Market. 18-minute TED-style talks. Purely product and market sessions. Aimed at understanding what to focus on. How to say “No”, build trust and what actually is a User Story – the most abused tool in the Scrum universe.

Touch And Try

Didn't have enough of keynotes? Would you like to dive deeper? This is the place. To experience what skills support Scrum and what our keynotes think when asked for a second thought.

Wide perspective

Scrum is not separated from the organization. It's a symbiotic relationship. Successful co-operation between different departments is essential to succeed. Instead of fighting, let's work together. Current challenges require changes in all areas of the organization, like HR, sales, finance, etc. This is a track for people who think in broader terms.

Deep Dive

A set of useful tools for all the Scrum roles - story mapping, working with teams, shepherding organizations. 3-hour workshops will happen after lunch, so that you have power to dive deeper! Dives will feature: Team coaching, people contracts, PO game and many more.

High Level People, High Level Subjects

High level reality. Live cases presented by Executives themselves. Organizational culture, real transformations, real challenges and how to overcome them with 9000 people.

Our agenda is growing.
Check out what we have prepared.

Day 1 - June, 5th

  Process TrackExperience TrackProduct Track

08:00 - 09:00

Registration, coffee, puzzle game

09:00 - 09:10

Introductions and conference
instruction manual


09:10 - 09:40

Keynote: #TrueScrumMaster.

Tobias Mayer

09:40 - 09:50

Speaker presentations

09:50 - 10:10

The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master.

Barry Overeem


Tobias Mayer

Secrets of PO Success at a Tech Startup.

John Cieslik-Bridgen

10:10 - 10:30

From Management 1.0 to Management 3.0 – The Journey of a Medium Sized German Consulting Company.

Dominik Maximini

How to Split User Stories Without Losing Business Value.

Tomasz Stefko

10:30 - 10:50

Technical Excellence - a Sightless Part of Scrum.

Bartosz Janowski

The art of improving.

Izabela Goździeniak

To be a Product Manager, What Does that Mean?

Petr Havel

10:50 - 11:10

How to master Scrum Master skills.

Jacek Wieczorek

Live, Wine and Onion Soup.

Michał Fopp & Katarzyna Oruba

11:10 - 11:50

Coffee break

11:50 - 12:00

Speaker presentations


12:00 - 12:20

Scrum game development - is it a perfect fit?

Artur Staszczyk

Visualisations in Scrum.

Gabriela Borowczyk

Scrum Product Owner: How not to make it broken by design.

Krzysztof Niewiński

12:20 - 12:40

You’re the Scrum fan. Get your Boss convinced to Scrum for dummies.

Lucjan Giza & Stanisław Drosio

How to Quantify Product Owners' Workshop and Help Them Develop their Role and Skills.

Dariusz Knopiński

12:40 - 13:00

True story: corporate adventures with estimates and Scrum.

Łukasz Bielawa

Organizations Embracing Scrum: Cultural Change and Impacted Processes.

Carlo Bucciarelli

True Lean in Start-up.

Łukasz Banach

13:00 - 13:20

Developing right team’s habits.

Grzegorz Gubiński

Product first.

Paweł Feliński

13:20 - 14:30


14:30 - 15:10

Speaker's pen

15:10 - 15:30

Open Space Opening and Instructions.


15:30 - 17:30

Coffee, Open Space, FAQ

17:30 - 17:40



Garden Party

Day 2 - June, 6th

    Process TrackEnterprise TrackExecutive Track only with Executive Track passes

08:00 - 09:00

Morning Coffee & Cookies


09:00 - 09:10

Day 2 opening


Opening and instructions


09:10 - 09:40

Keynote: Re-vers-ify.

Gunther Verheyen


09:40 - 09:50

Speaker presentations

Business Model Impact on Product Ownership.

Petr Havel


09:50 - 10:10

Agile in Remote Teams – Theory Versus Practical Experience in Building High Performing Teams.

Michał Kopyt


Gunther Verheyen


10:10 - 10:30

Own Your Leadership.

Paweł Pustelnik


Scrum Masters, What's Wrong with You!

Tomisław Krężelewski


10:30 - 10:50

Coaching Product Owner on being a Great Product Owner.

Bartosz Rożan

Organizational Transformation – Bottom-up, Outside in, Inside-out, or Top-down? All of Them. Simultaenously.

Riina Hellstroem


10:50 - 11:10

Where Did My Money Go? A Different View on Revenue and Cost in Software Organizations.

Kate Terlecka

Scrum With No Limits - Teal Organisations.

Mateusz Gurgul


From Project to Product. Multidimensional Transformation in IT.

Jarosław Wójciński


11:10 - 11:40

Coffee & Cookies


11:40 - 11:50

Speaker presentations


Coffee & Cookies


11:50 - 12:10

Tall Ships Race – How to Tack in a Large Scale.

Piotr Gruszczyk

Agile In HR.

Joanna Duda


You’re the Boss. Don’t Lose Money on Scrum.

Stanisław Drosio, Lucjan Giza


12:10 - 12:30

Real-life Agility Metrics And Visualization.

Piotr Maksimczyk

Investing in Change Iteratively with Evidence-Based Change Framework.

Beata Nowacka


12:30 - 12:50

My Personal Agile Learning Curve.

Łukasz Stilger

Inspiring Co-creation. About SM/PO/HR Cooperation on People Processes.

Agata Landzwójczak


Five Requests to Executives in Agile Organizations.

Riina Hellstroem


12:50 - 13:00

Prizes, thank you and workshop introductions.


13:00 - 13:50





13:50 - 14:10

Speaker's pen





14:10 - 17:10


Tobias Mayer

Scrum Master - The Value and the Redundancy.

Gunther Verheyen

Introduction to Scrum.

Iza Woźniak

Scrum is Simple, But it's Hard – a Difficult Day of a Scrum Team.

Justyna Wykowska

Managing the Product Backlog Using User Story Mapping Technique.

Tomasz Piętka

The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master.

Barry Overeem

Agile contracting.

Łukasz Węgrzyn

Connected event - June, 7th

Full day workshop after conference with out Keynote Speaker Tobias Mayer - THE WHY OF SCRUM

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Meet our speakers
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