Sunil Sadasivan talks about some of Buffer’s culture experiments to illustrate how cultivating and iterating on a team's culture can improve happiness, employee retention, and overall growth.
Melissa Casey discusses how humans change, adapt, and innovate at work, why closed systems block change, and the impact of hierarchical structures on cultural change efforts.
Malgorzata Kusyk discusses the culture needed to embrace change and the skills and competences required from today’s project leaders to remain relevant in a continually changing world.
Ian Dugmore and Jonathan Smart tell the story of Agile transformation across Barclays, what they have done and how they’ve done it, and the challenges bringing about culture change.
Katherine Kirk shares real life, practical steps and techniques that she's successfully used to help solve tough tech people issues with teams, executives and divisions.
Steve McDonald and Mark Landeryou talk about the dangers of taking shortcuts when the going gets tough and the level of discipline required to get the most out of adopting Agile.
Mike Amundsen discusses innovation and how the latest round of technical advances in APIs can be used to leverage growth and innovative thinking within teams, companies, and communities.
Rachel Davies shares how Unruly keeps their values alive and kicking by employing passionate people. Unruly has grown from a tiny startup to global organisation, being recently acquired by News.
Glen Ford explains how Cargo Cults (imitation without understanding) are not only a danger in many facets of the industry, but can also be destructive when applied to changing a company's culture.
Roy Rapoport discusses the power of alignment (or lack thereof) using real-world examples, his experience introducing Python in production, and the organizational structures and culture within Netflix
Sarah Lake Hagan explains what NorDNA is, how they introduced this concept to the Nordstrom Technology teams, and shows concrete examples of how the employees have embraced this culture.
Liz Keogh takes a look at why experimentation underpins everything done in technology, and why it is necessary to be able to move and change the right thing.