Day 1 Presentations
Business Agility – The E.ON Experience -Dave White and Sebastien Bonicel
Transformation into Being Agile (The People Way) – Daniel Merchante, Manav Mehan and Gaganbir Palta
An Agile PMO – How much is enough – Jonathan Stout
A Legal Template – Stewart James
If you need to run a project you’ve already failed – Evan Leybourn
When a Business Case is no longer viable, is it possible to turn the super tanker – Iain Minns
The Agile Business Analyst – Resurgence! – Dot Tudor
Agile Service Design and Management James Munson
Developing a Baby Formula the Agile Way – Peter Coesmans
Unleashing value from the creative flow – Pamela Ashby and Ranjit Sidhu
Effective Relationships with Stakeholders – Agnieszka Gasperini
The Essential Role of Leadership Successfully adopting SAFe and mastering organisational change – John Plumpton
How to use Agile to unlock 3 times more value – David Taylor
Day 2 Presentations
How to win a solar race using Agile London – Jeroen Molenaar
Live and Learn – Freya Perez and Andy de Vale
Are recruitment and HR Agile’s biggest blockers – Gez Smith
Building Digital Skills In Criminal Justice – Jeremy Renwick
Expanded Horizons – Ed Holt and Andrew Craddock
A Pattern for Operating Agile – Colin Macandrew
One Size Never Fits All – Roly Stimson
Slicing Up the Enterprise – Michelle Tackie and Matt Austin
Dealing with evolutionary change – Adrian Pancucci, Eben Halford and Matt Roadnight
Building an Agile business – a business agility primer – Evan Leybourn
The conference has struck a really good balance between theory and practice it’s been very real and having lots of case studies has been very helpful.
There’s a massive opportunity to learn from various areas of expertise and a plethora of different organisations, there are loads of insights that you can get from coming to this event. As someone who’s leading a lot of transformations in the UK there’s so much insight I’m getting, which I can take back and it’ll benefit my clients.
Roundtables are very valuable to get different people’s perspectives, I think that interactive nature has worked really well.
The balance between the theoretical frameworks around their agile business, agility and the applied application of it has been wonderful. I think there have been many and with smaller companies trying new things, experimenting with new tooling. The ability to choose from different streams between strategy between a more delivery and people focus.
It helps bridge the sense of community, so there is a lot of interaction, there’s a lot of conversations taking place around the formal sessions, creating that community. Building a level of possibilities with case studies and what people are achieving in their organisations. Inspiring people to go back and see whether they can achieve the same outcomes in their organisations.
It’s given me a pillar of inspiration that I can go back to HSBC and talk about how other companies are working in an agile development with working methodologies and the practices. It’s really inspirational when you hear that other companies are on the same journey as you. You don’t feel that you’re doing it alone. There are other companies on that journey and they are failing in the same places as you are, there’s a lot of lessons to be learnt.