Agile Business Conference 2016
The Agile Business Conference is an annual event that explores the benefits and challenges of Agile adoption throughout organisations in Public, Private and Not-for-Profit sectors.
- Many practitioner talks
- Good case studies
Business Agility – The E.ON Experience
E.ON is one of the major public utility companies in Europe and the world’s largest investor-owned energy service provider. Operating in over 30 countries and serving more than 33 million customers they began a transformation towards agility several years ago.
An Agile PMO – How much is enough?
How much is enough Governance when it comes to an Agile PMO? How do you allow projects to remain empowered in assessing scope change and prioritisation? How do you meet the often conflicting needs of audit and governance? This session talks through how we manage the balance of the two.
Transformation into Being Agile (The People Way)
The keynote shares an in depth understanding of the various interventions in a change cycle that allowed a large scale complex programme to make a working shift to being Agile.
Melanie Franklin's Round Table Session
A round table session from the Agile Business Conference 2016
In one of the track sessions, Evan Leybourn discusses the concept of #noprojects
Agile Development of a Baby Formula
One of world’s largest dairy companies wanted to push the limits when it came to developing a new baby formula. They decided to do it the Agile way, using a DSDM-style approach.
Why the Champagne?
Mary Henson & Andrew Craddock announce changes for the DSDM Consortium.
Building Digital Skills In Criminal Justice
Jeremy Renwick will examine the lessons learnt from building digital skills and culture in a large programme and delivering products and solutions early, while scaling to over 300 people, based on his experiences at Ministry of Justice’s Common Platform programme.
Ed Holt, the Founder Chairman of the Consortium, and Andrew Craddock, the Product Innovation Director, will provide some insight into the next phase in the life of the Consortium, the strategy and products to support business in the increasingly turbulent markets and environment of a post-Brexit world.
One Size Never Fits All – Leveraging an Adaptive Agile Practice Library
Agile believes in values and principles above prescriptive process, and in self-organizing teams that are empowered to determine, shape and adapt their own working practices.
Tips for engaging all employees
Kim Wylie is Head of Customer Change and Transformation, Google for Work.
Case Study: Transforming an Organisation – DELTA’s Story
At DELTA we started our transformation to working in an Agile way in late 2015. In the past few months we have made a lot of big changes in our organisation. Our goal is to create maximum customer value, in order to exceed customer expectations with our products.
From the Battlefield to Barbados
In this motivational session, Rory Mackenzie speaks about his journey from point of wounding in Basra through to completing a fifty-one day row across the Atlantic Ocean with the team Row2Recovery.
Building an Agile business – a business agility primer
Traditional business models are failing to keep up with the needs of the modern economy.