Joel Semeniuk gives a keynote on the next decade of software development, what the trends trends are, what is driving them, and what the role of innovation is in all of this.
Satish Venkatesan and Rag Ramanathan talk about Cognizant cloud-native digital business solutions and platforms that support the business and next-gen IT transformations within insurers.
Alden Whittaker overviews Arup, an employee owned engineering and design consultancy founded on innovative principles and bucking trends and traditions for almost 70 years.
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.
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.
Astrid Atkinson discusses approaches to making sure systems and organizations can support continuous innovation, from breaking systems into microservices to engineering for organizational resilience.
Maxime Ducros introduces Industry 4.0, its impact on businesses and customers, and how to prepare for the future that this revolution will bring.
Yann Hamon makes the connection between innovation and agility. Innovation must be supported by Agile delivery capability, and, reversely, building up an Agile organization is an innovation journey.
Diana Joseph shows how to practice concept prototyping to avoid building the wrong thing. Prototyping is about working lean, using the smallest investment to generate the greatest amount of learning.
Chris Witeck covers key lessons learned by Citrix Labs as they tackle their goal of customer led innovation, discussing empathy mapping which involves showing off an idea and collecting feedback.
Tim Reid, an innovation consultant and a comedy writer, shares the tricks of the trade that help comedy professionals stay fresh and original and shows how all can become as creative as comedians.
John Housego describes how W. L. Gore & Associates manages to maintain a global corporation without hierarchies, that keeps the bureaucracy as small as possible.