Online Series Event
April 4th 2020
12:45 – 13:00
Time to network and you can choose your table
All the registered participants have recieved link to directly join conference on Remo. Please check basic instuctions how to use Remo from below and check link from your mail! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P01JxUBNU2Y
13:00 – 13:10
13:10 – 13:15
Mika or organisers
13:15 – 13:55
Posti Transformation to Lean-Agile Enterprise
Within this presentation, you’ll learn what it requires to change a large enterprise operating in a traditional business to address the challenges of the changing world to be competitive, efficient, profitable and attractive for the employees. You’ll get practical information, what are the steps done in Posti, challenges met and how they have been resolved during the journey.
13:55 – 14:05
14:05 – 14:45
Design thinking as agile accelerator
By now, Design Thinking has earned its place in the vocabulary of digital transformation. Lately it has been elevated as a visible part of many large scale agile delivery frameworks. However, Design Thinking is still often considered as a responsibility of a few dedicated roles, and not all frameworks are providing concrete, pragmatic guidelines on how to apply and scale Design Thinking through the daily end-to-end toolset of a lean organisation as a whole.If you are interested in hearing about field-tested methods and tools beyond frameworks, join this inspiring presentation to learn and discuss how Design Thinking can help your organisation to reach true user centric agility. You will learn how to apply Design Thinking in keeping your end-users in the centre, inducing more motivated teams, tackling complexity, managing risks, and prioritising more accurately. Design Thinking should not be a privilege of your dedicated UX- or Service Design team only – come and learn how to elevate Design Thinking to become a valuable part of the whole journey from portfolio management to team-level problem solving.
14:45 – 15:05
15:05 – 15:45
Thierry de Pauw
15 teams, 1 monolith and 4 months to achieve Continuous Delivery
15 teams, 1 shared monolith, 1 release every 6 months, and product demand for 1 release every 2 weeks. How do you know where to start with Continuous Delivery, when you’re surrounded by technology and organisational challenges?
This is the journey of 15 teams and their 1 shared monolith, at a federal Belgian agency. They increased their throughput from bi-annual releases to fortnightly releases in under 4 months, achieving a state of Continuous Delivery.
I’ll cover how we used the Improvement Kata, Value Stream Mapping, and the Theory Of Constraints to choose which changes to apply first, and kickstart the organisational changes we needed to improve quality and drive down lead times.
If you thought Continuous Delivery was just for the happy few having trendy microservices, think again!
15:45 – 15:55
15:55 – 16:35
The Science of Empathy: Practical ways to Foster Innovation
This keynote will explore the science behind empathy and why it is important to business. Jennifer Fawcett, student and practitioner of empathy, will describe its role in her personal and professional life. The audience will discover how it fuels the most successful companies and creates diverse working environments that people love. We’ll also explore a set of practices that you can use to create empathetic organizations that stimulates design thinking, enables innovation, and ultimately, social responsibility. The audience will leave inspired with techniques to apply empathy to their own business.
Key topics explored include:
- Why empathy rules relationships, through awareness and safety
- How empathy creates synergies for design thinking and innovation
- Values, and how different empathy levels are strengthened
- Practical tips for evolving empathy