Date: Wednesday 7th September 2016
Time: 09:00am – 12.30pm (coffee and limbering from 8.30am)
Location: Adam House, 7-10 Adam Street, London, WC2N 6AA
Complex portfolios of digital products can stall in development. It’s a fact of life. The vision gets clouded, deployment slows down, your team becomes demotivated and progress halts. You’ve stopped delivering. (Or even worse, you can’t quite seem to get your ducks in a row and you’re having trouble kick-starting your new project).
Then comes the big question: “What does it take to gain momentum?”.
Join us on Wednesday 7th September for this one-off session, where we will explore how to introduce agile within your team to overcome your blockers, speed up delivery and launch the portfolio of digital products that is crucial for your organisation to release.
This event will uncover the techniques to:
- Introduce and pilot agile in a waterfall environment to kick-start/speed up your product development
- Establish where the value lies within your product by deploying your most valuable features first
- Get your tangible results, sprint-by-sprint
- Get something into the hands of your end users for feedback
- Gain traction and build up momentum in delivering your portfolio of products
- Catch up with your competitors in the digital marketplace
Who is this event for?:
This event is for:
- Product Owners / Product Managers
- Heads of Digital
- Project Managers
- CTOs / Lead Developers
- Teams working in a waterfall environment, finding it difficult to deliver
- Anyone responsible for delivering important digital products
Hear from digital leaders who have successfully run pilot agile projects, scaled up and delivered results across a product portfolio.
Hosted by Carrie Bedingfield, Founder of 50th Generation:
Melissa Sabella, Director of Product and Innovation, Reed Learning
Richard Atherton, Management Consultant, Coach & Programme Manager
Martyn Evans, Head of Product, Unboxed
Others speakers will be announced as they are confirmed.
The write-up of our Agile Pilot event can be found here.