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About Agile/Scrum conference

This conference is a gathering of professionals, practitioners, and enthusiasts who are interested in agile methodologies and related practices. Featuring keynote speakers, breakout sessions, workshops, and networking opportunities, all focused on various aspects of agile development, scrum framework, project management, and team collaboration.

The conference will provide attendees with the chance to learn about the latest trends, best practices, and innovations in the field of agile development. Offering opportunities to network with other professionals, share knowledge and experiences, and gain insights into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

Similar or such popular agile conferences include Agile Alliance’s Agile20xx series, Scrum Day, Agile and Beyond, Agile India, Agile Testing Days, and Agile Open. These events take place in different locations around the world and attract attendees from a wide range of industries, including software development, project management, Fintech, Construction, Energy, Banking, Telecoms, and business analysis.

•   Networking

•   Sharing

•   Learning

•   Technology

•   Value


Olalekan  Brahim, Ngr

An agile coach, and certified scrum trainer with experience in delivering successful projects, products, and services facilitating through the scrum framework. A servant leader for over 14 years beginning in 2007. Center Director/ Lead Trainer Center For Learning (training hub of Open Source Global a Professional Service firm operating in the knowledge area, introducing Innovation, Solutions through Training and Skill development.). 

Speaking at the Conference. Nimi Bello, Atlanta USA

Award Winning Performance-focused and resilient Principal Agile Consultant with 7+ years of experience overcoming organizational challenges transitioning to agile methodology and supporting teams through Building, Adapting, and Enhancing the Agility Mindset.

Areas of Expertise:

Agile Project Management | Change Management | Business Development | EDI & Financial CRM | ERP Implementations | Application Migrations | Continuous Integration Principles | Cross Team Collaboration | Servant Leadership | Forecasting | Software Development Life Cycle | Scrum & Agile Training | Strategic Planning | Conflict Management | Project Planning | Process Improvement | Data Analysis |Product Management | Task Management | Product Backlog | Release Planning | Iteration Planning | Organizational Transformation

Speaking at the conference, Stephanie Cully, USA 


I’m a Scrum Master, CEO of Scrum Life Consulting, and Co-founder of Agile Sidekick. I’m passionate about helping people land their dream job as a Scrum Master so they can create the life they always wanted. In 2019, Stephanie founded Scrum Life Consulting LLC, with a mission to shape the future of Scrum Masters. The 6-week Scrum Immersion Program prepares people for advancement to become full-time Scrum Masters and lead with confidence.

Speaking at the Conference. Anna Mbengam, Baltimore,  USA
Anna Mbengam was born and raised in Cameroon and has lived in the United States for about 18 years now. She spent most of those years in Boston,
Massachusetts. After graduating from Randolph High School, she simultaneously signed up for the Army Reserve and enrolled in her first
year of college. She was recruited to run track and field at American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts where she studied Political Science and Criminal Justice. Upon her return from Basic Training, she was introduced to the game of rugby, and it became her new-found love. Because of her athletic ability, she was offered a scholarship to play Division I Rugby in her first six months of playing for AIC. She immediately focused on playing rugby and maintaining a balanced student-athlete life. During this time, she fully understood the importance of focus, commitment, and courage. She was already living the agile lifestyle subconsciously as she learned to effectively communicate and collaborate while wearing the various hats of a soldier, student, athlete, and residential advisor.
After graduating college and contemplating what she wanted to do, she was introduced to the Scrum Master role by her sister’s former roommate, Nicole Awasung. She remembered laughing at the name, Scrum Master, but was intrigued to learn more. She decided to do her research and committed time to join the Agile community of practice in Boston where she networked and landed her first Scrum Master opportunity. After landing her first Scrum Master role, she was excited and anxious to embark on the journey, yet hesitant due to her shy nurture. She immediately realized that the role comes with a level of respect and leadership that allowed her to be able to influence others without any hierarchical authority. It was this realization that encouraged her to build authentic relationships with her team members, managers, and peers. While fostering meaningful connections, the team members were able to bring their best selves to work each day as they relentlessly expressed their gratitude for working with her. The 30-60-90-day strategic guide for getting up to speed seamlessly was inspired by her process of coaching new and transitioning Scrum Masters in the industry. She has always wanted to share with others the information she wished she had received as someone breaking into the field so that they could effortlessly make a smoother transition. She believed in the power of sharing. Her desire to help others stems from the idea that ‘it takes a village to raise a child.’ This resonated with her because she was raised by a community, and part of giving back is to support others in their journey.  

Participant benefits at the Agile/Scrum Lagos Edition II conference include:

Networking Opportunities:

This conference brings together people from various industries, professions, and backgrounds, which provides attendees with valuable networking opportunities. These connections can lead to new partnerships, collaborations, and even job opportunities.

Learning and Development:

The break-out sessions and workshops are a great way to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, technologies, and best practices. You can attend keynote speeches, panel discussions, and workshops to learn from experts and gain new skills and knowledge. Such as Training on Project Charter, Data Analysis on Excel etc

Exposure to New Ideas:

Feature speakers both locally and internationally will share their experiences and knowledge on the subject matter. This exposure to new ideas can inspire attendees and spark creativity, leading to new innovations in their work.

Branding and Marketing:

The conference will provide an opportunity for brands to showcase their products and services to a professional audience. Exhibiting at a conference can increase brand awareness, generate leads, and potentially lead to new sales.

Personal Growth:

Attending a conference can help you to grow personally and professionally by exposing you to new ideas and perspectives. It can also help to build confidence and improve communication skills by providing opportunities to interact with people from different backgrounds and cultures.

International Certification:

Attendees will have the opportunity to acquire international certifications from our global partners such as Scrum Fundamental Certified, Six Sigman Yellow Belt, Digital Marketing Fundamentals, and Corporate Sales Fundamentals. Etc

Overall, attending the Agile/Scrum Conference Lagos/ Edition II conference can be a valuable investment for anyone looking to improve their skills, expand their network, and stay up-to-date on the latest trends in their field.

Memories from the Past conference, 2022 and 2023

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