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Agile Eastern Europe Conference


Ramada Hotel, 7-8 April 2017, Kiev, Ukraine

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About the Conference


“Agileee” stands for Agile Eastern Europe and is an annual and by fact the largest and most well-known Agile conference in the Eastern European.

The first Agileee was held in September 2009. Its success was then exceeded by next Agileee held in October 2010, in September 2011, in October 2012, in October 2013, in March 2015 and April 2016. All the conferences were held in Kyiv (a.k.a. Kiev), Ukraine, which is nicely placed and easily reached to be a hub for Eastern European agilists.

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  • Engineering
  • Coaching
  • Enterprise
  • Offshore
  • Management
8

seasons

All the conferences were held in Kyiv (a.k.a. Kiev), Ukraine, which is nicely placed and easily reached to be a hub for Eastern European agilists

2476

international guests

Business analyst, coach, executive, developer, first-timer, IT engineer, practitioner, product owner, manager, team lead, tester

195

speakers

Speakers from all over the world, а well-known industry professionals from U.S, Canada and Western Europe

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Location


Conference will take place at great halls of Ramada Hotel, 103,  Stolichnoe Shosse, Kiev, Ukraine . We will organize transfer for all participants, all deatils will be in e-mails with conference ticket.

It is one of the best conference venues in the city
We will be staying in the lovely Congress hall
The parallel sections will be held in the Conference rooms

Call for paper


The main focus of AgileEE Season 8 is on organizations and its culture and how it affects the success of agile transformations. We’ve been exploring agile in individual and team context quite a lot already, it’s time to move our point of view into the organization and its culture.

As always, we are looking for individuals who as hands-on experience with presented topic rather than presenting a pure theory. Case studies are always welcome highlighting both successes and, equally important, failures/learnings.

We welcome various formats: regular talk (30/45/60 min), mini-talks (5-15 mins), workshops, games, exercises – whatever works for you.

Key dates:

February 7: deadline for CFP

March 7: deadline for sending slides

Join us creating coolest and most useful agile conference of a 2017 year!

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