Programme

15–16th June 2017
at etc.venues St Paul's

We're delighted to present this year's Agile in the City: London programme, featuring more than 25 sessions covering a wide range of Agile topics.

Day One - Thursday 15th June

8:15

conference registration

9:15

Welcome to Agile in the City: London

10:30

tea/coffee break

11:00

 Case Study

Measuring continuous delivery

45 minutes

Steve Smith

Always Agile Consulting

switchover

 Case Study

The journey to agile

45 minutes

Shabbir Naqvi

YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP

switchover

 Workshop

The making of a lean-agile coach

90 minutes

Luca Minudel

SmHarter.com

Carlo Beschi

ASOS.com

11:50

 Case Study

The automated acceptance testing paradox

45 minutes

Mark Winteringham

Threatvine/MW Test Consultancy

 Case Study

How to run a crew of ninja engineers

45 minutes

Paul Taylor

ASOS

Nigel Steane

ASOS

12:35

lunch break

13:30

 Tutorial

Cracking the WIP

45 minutes

Victoria Morgan-Smith

Financial Times

switchover

 Case Study

Details coming soon

45 minutes

Aino Corry

switchover

 Hands-On

Give your organisation an agile boost!

90 minutes

Leanne Page

MSLGROUP (Publicis)

14:20

 Case Study

Are you Ready to get this Done?

45 minutes

Nick Loe-Startup

Holiday Extras

 TBC

Details coming soon

45 minutes

Details coming soon.

15:05

tea/coffee break

15:35

 TBC

Details coming soon

60 minutes

Details coming soon.

 Tutorial

Changing the change: agile in public services

60 minutes

Matt Barnaby

Basis

Dennis Vergne

Basis

 Hands-On

Living in the sea of feedback

60 minutes

Helen Meek

Ripplerock

Richard Arpino

ASOS

16:35

17:10

Social Evening

Day Two - Friday 16th June

8:45

conference registration

9:30

 Keynote

Details coming soon

60 minutes

Details coming soon.

10:30

tea/coffee break

11:00

 Tutorial

Jose Mourinho, complexity thinking and agile team-building

45 minutes

Alan O'Callaghan

Emerald Hill Limited

switchover

 Case Study

Improving predictability by managing flow

45 minutes

Peter Pito

Deloitte Digital

switchover

 Workshop

Systems thinking workshop

90 minutes

Mike Laurie

Independent

12:35

lunch break

13:30

 Case Study

Coaching scrum teams on vertical story slicing micro-services

45 minutes

Rickard Jones

Independent

Christoforos Nikitas

Independent

switchover

 Tutorial

What's next: exploring product strategy with integrated scenarios.

45 minutes

Tatiana Kolesnikova

SeniorDev

Arvid Torset

SeniorDev

switchover

15:05

tea/coffee break

15:35

 Case Study

From oil tankers to speedboats

60 minutes

Jonathan Smart

Barclays

 Case Study

We sucked at making decisions. Here's what we know now

60 minutes

Tom Smith

Granta Design

Maria Scrivener

Redgate Software Ltd

 Tutorial

The product owner is an agile anti-pattern

60 minutes

John Le Drew

Wise Noodles

16:35

Conference Close

Case Study/Experience Report

A presentation and discussion of real-life (not theoretical) experiences of the application (or mis-application) of service design techniques. Case studies and experience reports include some discussion of lessons learned and an indication of how novel the work is.

Hands-On

Participants learn a new approach, tool or technology through using it to solve one or more practical exercises. Any software/hardware requirements are disclosed in the session description.

Tutorial

A session focused around some specific tool, technique or issue. Primarily led by the speaker, tutorials usually include some elements of interactivity or individual / group exercise.

Workshop

An in-depth working session on a specific topic. May include paper presentations.

Lightning Talks

Short talks (max 10 minutes) on almost any topic.

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