Techniques, Experiments and Actionable Metrics: Tools for Enterprise Change

  • April 23, 2013 · 6:30 PM

At the March NY Intrapreneur event, Josh Seiden will share techniques for getting started with Lean, with a focus on User Experience.

In April, we dig into Lean Startup from the angle of techniques, experiments and actionable metrics. Things you can use in your job today to lead innovation within your team.

Leveraging agile and lean practices, companies are rapidly building and validating not just to build things right, but more importantly to build the right thing. This challenge, of precisely knowing what the market wants, is the key challenge that the lean startup seeks to address using techniques like continuous delivery, validated learning and pivots.

However, while these practices have been honed by the start up community, they are not just for new ventures. This session will explore lean startup and show how larger organizations are beginning to use these same techniques. We'll look at ways to set up safe experiments and establish actionable metrics. These practices are an invaluable addition to any product development team looking to improve their ability to learn from the market place and build solutions more suited to their current and future customers.

 

About the Speaker

Brian Bozzuto is a principal Agile Coach at BigVisible Solutions. With an extensive background in financial service and healthcare industry, he has supported agile initiatives in areas including new product development, commercial off the shelf software implementation, regulated systems and even phone voice response units.  His current focus is supporting organizations adopting Agile and lean practices to build their own capabilities for dealing with the challenges of change. Brian is committed to helping foster collaborative relationships between business and technology to achieve more responsive projects and better business results.

 

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