Ziryan Salayi & Steve Trapps

Not Giving a Sh*t Enables Self-organization

Steve Trapps is the co-owner of Scrum Facilitators, an experienced Scrum Master, and a Professional Scrum Trainer with 20 years plus of experience in delivering complex products in many different business sectors. He started his career as a software developer, working for Nestle before working for Sky, building applications & websites for many of the English Premier League football teams.

Previously being a developer, Steve has worked in various teams (Scrum and none Scrum) so he comes packed with real-life stories, from Start-Ups building the next social media network up to large corporations handling thousands of transactions a second. If you want to learn from someone who has been there, then Steve can share experiences to help you on your way.

Steve focuses on helping individuals & teams reach their full potential through professional development coaching and professional training.

Ziryan Salayi is the co-owner of Scrum Facilitators, an Agile professional, and scrum.org certifies Professional Scrum Trainer and is passionate about getting the most out of people and teams. Helping organizations and individuals to become more agile, customer-oriented and creating high-performing teams has become his mission over the years. Ziryan aims to help people to be fully empowered and support self-organization. He believes in stimulating and enabling continuous improvement and is experienced in working in cross-cultural and virtual teams. Being part of international companies has further allowed him to develop his social and intercultural communication skills over the past 15 years.

Title of Presentation: Not Giving a Sh*t Enables Self-organization

Scrum Masters have many accountabilities and aim to improve the self-managing aspects within the Scrum Team to deliver Value. In this quest, Scrum Masters take a lot of ownership in ensuring this happens. Ziryan and Steve talk about what would happen if the Scrum Master wouldn’t give a sh*t about all these accountabilities.