I probably should have mentioned that there is an English summary of the program at http://tinyurl.com/dflgyy
Sorry for the double post (blush)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Peter Stevens (calendar)" <peterstev@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> After saying, 'mark you calendars, mark your calendars' for what seems
> like an eternity, we now have pleasure of announcing the first Lean
> Agile Scrum Conference <http://www.swissict.ch/vomhypezurpraxis> in Zürich.
> Lean, Agile and Scrum: 3 words which have been the subject of much hype
> of late. As storm clouds gather on the horizon, companies look for
> strategies to meet the challenge. Lean, Agile and Scrum hold the promise
> of creating better products, lower costs, quicker reactions to customer
> needs, and better predictability in software development. Or are they
> just this years hype? And if these strategies do offer real value, how
> do you adopt them into your company? What are the risks and side
> effects? Who has gone down this path before and what were their
> experiences, positive and negative?
> Ken Schwaber, the co-creator of Scrum will speak about the state of
> Scrum and lead an advanced workshop on getting the most out of Scrum.
> 3 tutorials and two advanced workshops for management and software
> engineers introduce you to and develop your understanding of the
> concepts and practices from all facets of the Lean/Agile approach to
> software development.
> Where: ETH, Zürich, Switzerland
> When: June 4, 2009
> The registrration form is in German, the conference is roughly half /
> half in German and English.
> Full info and registration: SwissICT
> BTW - Conference participants are entitled to a 10% discount to Ken
> Schwabers Certified Scrum Master Course
> in Zürich on June 2 and 3.
> Peter Stevens, CSM, CSP
> tel: +41 44 586 6450