🍏 All too often strategy is a static Powerpoint that goes out of date and gives little indication of the “why of movement”. Incorporating thinking from Simon Wardley, I introduce a visualisation practice - Strategy Maps - supports the why of movement being visible and impacts being understood. This helps to give teams context based decision making and supports better alignment and reflection towards successful outcomes.
✨ About the speaker
Craig Cockburn (“coburn”) has been working with agile practices for over 10 years. Originally a software engineer, he holds software degrees from Edinburgh University and Napier University, the latter an M.Sc with class medal and distinction.
Craig is based in Edinburgh where he works as a freelance agile coach. He is an active member of the agile community and is a founding committee member of the BCS Agile Specialist group and also helps to support agile community events in Scotland. He has worked as a scrum master, development lead and agile coach across many sectors particularly public sector and banking. He wrote the UK’s first guide to getting online, invented an early browser, is credited on the acknowledgements for HTML5 and in the book Agendashift by Mike Burrows.
Doors opening at 6:30
8:30 Networking and conclusion
🏡 Thanks to Gamesys for hosting the event.
The event is a collaboration between "Digital Transformation in London" group and "Lean Agile Delivery and Coaching" network.
Original title for the event is "Improving agile strategy through effective collaboration, reflection and visualisation., but meetup.com has limit...