Trevor Owens takes an in-depth look at the methodologies, tools, and incentive structures that are guiding some of the word's largest organizations to reclaim their innovation progress.
Sam McAfee focuses on quantitative risk modeling approaches exploring how to bring scientific rigor back into the Lean Startup process with Monte Carlo simulations and Cost of Delay scenarios.
Glen Ford discusses how Zeebox applies and refines Lean: methods, experiments, discovery and feature teams, cultural challenges, innovation, etc.
Emma Langman explores the usefulness of some of the Quality tools that have been around since the 50s for gathering requirements, tackling repeat problems, or innovating more efficiently as a team.
Annemie Ress details 10 actions that help organizations to unlock innovation, addressing 3 themes – fear, language and motivation – which have an impact on their culture of innovation.
Karin Verloop discusses how to structure for innovation in a repeatable, practical and affordable way, addressing: the 3 levels of innovation, investing in innovation, a sustainable digital framework.
The panelists discuss innovation at the enterprise level avoiding the business’ constant volatility.
Ted Tencza shares lessons learned innovating at Atlassian and Bigcommerce, including programs that worked (FedEx/ShipIt/Hackathons, 20% time) and programs that failed (dedicated Innovation Team).
Luke Hohmann keynotes on what creates, causes, enables, and promotes software innovation.
Roman Pichler shares insight on Agile practices that can improve innovation, discussing the innovation stages and how product ownership, process, and project setup are influenced by uncertainty.
Jan Bosch discusses the importance of speed and innovation in software development, covering Innovation Experiment Systems, a 3 layer product model, and the role of architecture and scalability.