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Agile Transformation Perspectives, co-hosted by Argyll Scott & DPML

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Agile transformation is now a fundamental part of our organisations, our working lives and our industry in general, whether it is an explicit and formally managed change programme or whether the change is emergent and evolutionary.

It is in this spirit that you are cordially invited to attend an exclusive Meetup at which we will be discussing Agile Transformation from three distinct viewpoints.

Our passionate and influential panel of speakers will deliver insightful and illuminating talks covering “6 key aspects of a successful agile transformation”, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast, lunch & dinner” and “The Real User Driven Approach”.

Their talks will be followed by an open Q&A session which should facilitate an energetic and stimulating debate between the floor and our guest panel.

There will then be an opportunity to network over drinks and pizza.

We are absolutely delighted to bring these three leading speakers together for what promises to be a fascinating and informative evening.

About Manoj Varsani

Experienced leader in technology, business and digital transformation.

Manoj has significant experience in managing large change initiatives, transforming traditional businesses into digital business models, product management, setting up project management offices(PMOs) and delivering mergers and acquisitions.

Manoj is an expert at communicating the board’s vision and transforming their goals into deliverables using product, technology and project teams.

About John Pillar

A technology leader and evangelist with a passion for driving digital innovation in the retail sector.

I have spend the past 17 years in e-commerce building, transforming and leading technology teams to win various awards, including the Retail Week technology award and Retail Week’s IT Team of the Year. Those teams have been large multi-disciplined teams working on global multichannel platforms.

As a Chief Technology Officer I have successfully led brands to be digital leaders by combining context, discovery, aspiration and content with high-end e-commerce experiences.

My career achievements include transforming M&S into a multi-channel market leading digital retailer as Head of Software Engineering for its Mobile, Retail-IT, Labs & Digital Stores teams. I also helped build the technology team at the U.K.’s leading online fashion retailer ASOS.com, which propelled the business to be at the forefront on online retailing.

About Cain Ullah

Cain is a Founder of Red Badger, the non-techy responsible for business operations. He's worked on lots of innovative projects - from prototype to delivery - for some very big brands. He also likes to clog up the Red Badger mailroom with a constant influx of vinyl purchases to add to his ever-increasing collection.

Please feel free to bring a colleague or friend along with you, whom you feel would benefit from attending the event - ensure to use the +1 event or get your friend signed up to this group to ensure attendance.

Note that we need to close the RSVP before 19th February 2016. Note also that our Attendance Policy (http://www.meetup.com/london-digital-project-managers/pages/ZERO_tolerance_No_Show_Policy) strictly applies.

Please register with the venue to ensure timely access: Skills Matter RSVP (https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/7758-london-digital-project-managers-february-meetup)

Kind regards,

Sam