Iwona is an Agile Delivery Manager at the Government Digital Service. She leads multidisciplinary teams and transforms digital services across government.
Iwona is experienced in digital and technology delivering complex global programmes, digital projects and products to multinational companies across a range of industries: financial services, retail, media, technology, automotive and healthcare. She has worked with co-located and remote teams for clients including HSBC, Santander, Booking.com, Apple and Unilever. Currently, her main focus is agile delivery so she helps the teams and organisations find better ways of working by using a variety of agile principles and techniques.
Iwona’s Roundtable: 10 tips for Agile Delivery Managers
In a world of complexity, uncertainty and shifting priorities, it’s important to be nimble and adapt to the rapidly changing environment.
This requires changing ways the organisations operate, think and collaborate but change is not easy. The Delivery Managers play an important role in a multidisciplinary team but what do they actually do? Are they Scrum Masters or Agile Project Managers?
The job title ‘Delivery Manager’ is used across the UK government as well as other organisations but when you google it, you won’t find many results. And yet Delivery Managers have become one of the key roles in an agile team.
In this roundtable session I want to give you 10 tips for Agile Delivery Managers who work alongside the multidisciplinary teams on digital services, products or non-IT projects . These 10 actionable tips will help you become better Delivery Managers and avoid common mistakes on the Delivery Manager’s path.