We hope you came away with key learning and inspiration to help take your organisation on its next Agile Journey, whether it is through Delivery, People or Strategy.
Save the date for next year: 25 and 26 September 2019
The Agile Business Conference is the longest running Agile conference in the world, 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.
The world is changing ever faster – that is now indisputable. It’s almost universally accepted that we need to work differently to be adaptive, responsive, and more Agile. What happens, then, when we shift our perspective and ask, “Are we preparing our young people to be successful and effective in an uncertain world?”
Are we taking a responsible view and creating Generation Agile?
This challenge will be the focus of the two-day Agile Business Conference on 26 & 27 September 2018. Experts will explore what is being done, and what should be done, through the lenses of people, strategy and projects. All three are needed to create new and holistic ways of working; equipping the next generation for the business environment of the future.
“Leadership is not about the next election, it’s about the next generation.”
Simon Sinek, Visionary Thinker
Are traditional routes to learning fit for purpose in a world where “the things we need to know” are changing day to day?
“It’s time to optimize our economy for the human beings it’s supposed to be serving.”
Doug Rushkoff, Author
The traditional five-year plan is now dead in the water. Traditionally, chief executives have been expected to look ahead and predict what the future will bring.
“The future isn’t a place. It’s a set of tools.”
David Weinberger, Author
In today’s world, strategic success relies on effective delivery. Businesses need to innovate and respond to a constantly shifting environment, yet still ensure appropriate control.