The panelists discuss topics related to Agile Software development within the same three different categories as the three tracks of the conference: Organization, Practices and Technology.
Ryan Behrman runs a workshop on how to be a more effective change agent, using "Change poker" in teams to experience various aspects of change and to share best practices.
Stephen Thair talks about organisations leveraging DevOps practices to deliver better software, faster and how they do it.
James Lewis describes a common trait seen in organizations using microservices: decentralized governance based on polyglot programming and decentralized product teams.
Karl Scotland introduces the Kanban Canvas as a tool for applying Kanban Thinking in a hands-on session with participants learning how the different parts can help enabling continuous improvement.
Alisan Atvur shares success stories and failures of innovation managers within companies, providing methods for navigating organizational relationships and strengthening the role of designers.
Chris Matts leads an experimental workshop on using the Theory of Constraints to create an organizational investment portfolio.
Geoff McDonald describes how the company succeeds in engaging workers by providing an inspirational business purpose, a decision making framework and focusing on employee well-being.
Paul Dolman-Darrall discusses incremental improvement: small changes headed towards the huge ambition of turning a whole company radical.
Karl Scotland advises changing the perspective and using an experimental approach based on trial-and-error for organizations that want to evolve through learning.
Matt Ballantine shares the approaches that have helped him to successfully deliver change in organizations by focusing on emotional reactions, stages of learning, old vs. new, peers influence.
Daniel Doubrovkine discusses mentorship, how to structure a mentorship program, talk risks, costs and rewards based on material sourced from the fellow members of the New York CTO Club.