Brie Rogers Lowery inspires those willing to change their businesses in spite of what feels like official stonewalling or apathy.
Greg Brougham introduces the Cynefin model and related practices which can be used to address uncertainty in the modern world.
Karl Scotland tells the story of a world wide athletic community, wondering what would happen if there were a similar community of small teams focused on work knowledge.
Simon Morris presents his leadership principles: know when a team is dysfunctional, attack problem causes at all levels, make decisions by consensus, encourage responsibility and engagement.
Thomas Epping considers that case studies, even successful ones, should not be blindly applied everywhere, but one should take only what’s useful for one’s circumstance.
Chris Young explains how he is using Little’s Law to estimate a project’s delivery rate.
Enyo Kumahor keynotes on how IT can contribute to the African growth story and the vital roles that technologists play in order to bring economic and social equality to 21st century Africa.
Luca Mezzalira introduces several Kaizen techniques for work and spare time.
Andy Carmichael shares some lessons learned implementing a number of Kanban practices that have been subjected to an improving process.
Andy Vaughn gives attendees a case study of how changing the development model and release cycle of a 5 year old software product to continuous delivery greatly improved the product.
The presenters lead an interactive session on how to use 3D printing to prototype and create engineering products in an agile manner.
Dan Brown explains the difference between forecasting and estimating, and how one can better forecast delivery with less effort and more accuracy than with estimation.