4 and 5 October 2017, etc.venues, 155 Bishopsgate, Central London
Unpredictability is a sign of the times. Everywhere you look, people and organisations are struggling to understand what the future might hold. For some, recent events such as Brexit and the 2017 Election, present an exciting challenge, while for others, the context is one of fear of the unknown and what strategy to adopt to withstand and survive the predicted turbulence within the business environment. With that in mind, this year’s conference will focus on how Agile can help build success during unpredictable times.
The Agile Business Conference 2017 is a major, two-day annual event which provides a single forum for everyone interested in the application of Agile, or moving towards an Agile way of working. This unique gathering of influential Agile practitioners and leaders also brings together senior professionals predominantly from the UK and Europe, including C-suite executives, directors and managers.
Day 1: Hosted by Daniel Thornton, Programme Director at Institute for Government. We are excited to bring you powerful keynotes from distinguished experts including Prof. Chris Roebuck, visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Cass Business School London, and Patrick Dixon, ranked as one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50-Awards). These will be accompanied by shorter presentations which will focus on three key areas: Transformation and Leadership, People and Culture, and Digital Services.
Day 2: We have scheduled engaging, collaborative workshops and roundtables which will support further learning around our three main topics of the Conference. A full day of interaction with Agile experts, thought leaders and peers is guaranteed. To enrich your Conference experience, we have arranged two extra activities for you to participate in. The first is the “Power of Serious Play for Effective Change” which is a 2-hour interactive session running in the morning. The second is the “Game of Collaboration” which is a 2-hour interactive session running in the afternoon. More details are available here.
Tickets cannot be transferred between days.