Business Model Innovation is key for businesses to grow an survive. Combining Lean, Agile, Lean Start principles with a business model focus relative to different stages of the product lifecycle, provides a powerful innovation and growth framework. This presentation focuses on the stage where you have found Product/Market fit and what focus and principles are needed next.
This is a recap on the 2 days behind the inaugural event of Agilecymru.uk 2015. This was the first of many Agile conferences we hope to see in South Wales, bringing in a wide range of internationally recognised leading speakers.
Agile Cymru in association with Adaptagility, is a jam-packed 2 day conference with presentations from leading experts in the agile space. The conference will take place in the heart of Cardiff and the home of the Welsh Arts – the Millennium Centre on July 7 and 8, 2015.
As the first of its kind to grace the capital of Wales, Agile Cymru is all set to inspire and educate those of the Welsh community looking for a more collaborative, flexible and responsive way of working. The event format will consist of interactive and storytelling workshops, giving first-hand advice and techniques to attendees, from industry experts and practitioners.
A fundamental Agile principle is ‘Continuous Improvement’, yet many practitioners use a default visual workflow which changes little through the evolution of the product and team. This can become repetitive and ultimately the tool starts to become simple, boring and used for administrative monitoring only. Agile environments often don’t realise the power that visual workflows can have.
A rollup of my recent lightning talk at Lean Day London on Lean Startup In A Global Education Enterprise.
Presentation discussing the Theory Of Constraints and the effects of System Thinking, presented at Agile Tour London 2013