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Justin Celo and Jonathan Vojtush will talk about Psychological Safety in an Agile work environment and the ways in which it promotes or derails performance. Topics such as how we can work better to change mindset and culture, as well as how personalities, outside entities, and uninvested team members play a role in the success or failure of Scrum sessions and overall project success.
Join us from 5:30 to 6 for food and networking. The presentation starts at 6 PM.
About Our Speakers
Justin Celo is a Pittsburgh native where he has been working in Information Technology for over 15 years. Having an interest in pursuing project/process management, Justin obtained his CSM and A-CSM after transitioning from a support position into a ScrumMaster position within UPMC Enterprises. Justin now expertly facilitates as many as four teams at once when the work necessitates it and is often requested on high-profile projects for his ability to lead a team to success. As a dedicated practitioner of Agile, he has actively consulted internal and external teams to help them adopt a more Agile way of working within their departments.
Justin aspires to continue his role as an Agile coach and has been attending such events as Scrum Alliances Scrum Gathering and Agile 2019 to fully immerse himself in the Agile community. He has a particular passion for exploring Psychological Safety in an Agile workplace (particularly in a retrospective) and its impact on employee performance.
Jonathan Vojtush is an Advanced - Certified Scrum Master® (A-CSM) working for UPMC Enterprises. He began his career implementing websites for small business owners in the Cleveland, OH area before relocating to Pittsburgh for a corporate job offer. After relocating with his wife & 3 dogs, so began his exposure to Agile software development. Over the next few years Jonathan has worked with 7 Agile teams thus far to help them grow & deploy high quality software.