Leadership is not only about leading others but also about leading yourself. As it is important for a successful organisation to have clearly defined vision, mission and core values and to stick to them, the same should also be said for successful leadership.
In this talk, Christian will focus on the importance of servant leadership, enterprise-wide collaboration, integrity, diversity and psychological safety. All are critical in order to support business agility and successful strategy
This talk will touch on the language to discuss value with the business, methods to cut through bureaucracy, and strategies for incorporating Agile teams and culture into the enterprise. Most of all, this book will startle you into new ways of thinking about the cutting-edge of Agile practice and where it may lead.
Customer centricity is about providing a value proposition which delivers a positive experience to build trust and loyalty. In most cases, that results in an increased profit and employee engagement. However, with evolving technologies, competitors and regulations, what once comprised a positive experience, can quickly become obsolete.
How we have embraced the principles of agility: the intent of learning organisations and the power of communities
In this talk I will be exploring how we have embraced the principles of agility, the intent of learning organisations and the power of communities to embody our guiding principles. Shaping a more empowered, data driven and decisive culture alongside ever improving processes and with ever increasing delegated decision making.
There is power in networks and the connections between people. Organisations where ideas can freely flow between people, are more successful, smarter and more innovative than ones where knowledge lives in silos.
A recent Forbes article quoted the depressing fact that 70% of us are unhappy at work. Yet more and more organisations are placing emphasis on the role of HR, with a higher number of CHROs sitting on boards than ever before. So what is going wrong?
Organizational Culture can grow and change in positive ways starting by first understanding the current state, then taking proactive and engaging steps to intentionally evolve culture to fit the organization’s vision and belief structure.
Forever employable: how to ensure your career stays as agile as your work
In this talk becoming forever employable. Jeff shares his story of how the ideas behind agility, product thinking, design thinking, lean UX can be applied to professional development and our career growth and we are building a reality where opportunities continue to find us.
Business agility is no longer a luxury. In today’s market, companies that can’t adapt quickly to changing circumstances simply won’t survive. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown how quickly the entire enterprise context can change.
Outcomes and high-performing teams matter more than ever
In this talk, we will explore why outcomes and high-performing teams matter more than ever to support the drive towards business agility and ultimately, keeping the customer at the heart of everything we do.
Every dev team has a dream. A dream to be a high performing team delivering quality code at speed. A dream to be flexible, to meet user requirements and not get weighed down in technical debt. In this workshop, we will share with you our 5 key takeaways from the OKRS framework which helped us meet our dream to write better code in a shorter amount of time.
This presentation provides an illustration of the VWFS UK Cloud platform, its reason for life and how we are looking to solve the issues we experience. The presentation will also include a short demo to showcase the platform’s capability
Once so often it makes sense to repeat the basics: Using the CAMS acronym Patrick Debois will explain how devsecops is build upon the core tenets of devops, requires the same mindset and approach and ultimately forms a consistent feedback channel for the business on overcoming yet another bottleneck: security. Coming to a mature devops organisation near you, sooner rather then later.