Many organizations are trying to evolve how they deliver technology to keep up with the competition, drive innovation and remain relevant. If organizations are not focused on flow of value to their customer (internal or external), results will be inconsistent and often unsustainable. Flow can be a tough concept to introduce into an organization and leaders often need to unlearn practices that defined success in the past (e.g., waterfall methodology, command & control decision-making, monolithic architecture).
This track will focus on patterns enabling fast flow and rapid delivery of software, including decision-making techniques, team dynamics, cultural & technical practices. Speakers will share practical guidance and experience leading teams optimized for fast flow.
From this track
Optimizing Teams for Fast Flow
Friday Dec 2 / 09:00AM PST
Do you find yourself asking how do we ensure teams are aligned, working together, and delivering value to the organization all while continuing to find optimization opportunities over time? How do we build intentional resilience, predictability and agility?
Director of Supply Chain Strategy @Columbia1938
Modeling Patterns for Digital Transformation
Friday Dec 2 / 10:10AM PST
Digital transformation is not about new cool technologies, it’s a mindset shift and requires the awareness and understanding of customer needs.
Global Director, Digital & Experience Design @Alimentation Couche-Tard
How to Win as a Tech Team in a New Reality That Feels Like a Mad Max Movie?
Friday Dec 2 / 11:20AM PST
Most of us can’t remember how we worked before the pandemic hit. I remember I used to catch a train to get to work every day at Nike’s European headquarters in Hilversum, Netherlands. We were already a distributed team and had a fantastic infrastructure to connect with colleagues worldwide.
Vice President Product, Runtastic @adidas
Navigating Complex Environments and Evolving Relationships
Friday Dec 2 / 12:30PM PST
Organizations evolve. Industry tools and practices change. Individuals have a wide array of opportunities.
Engineering Manager @Google