We hosted our 2nd Lean Agile London virtual webinar on Thurs 02 April. We had the author of Dynamic Reteaming: The Art and Wisdom of Changing Teams Hedi Helfand live from Los Angeles and Tim Doherty live from Santa Barbara. In this webinar Heidi and Tim discuss their experiences at Procore and share advice, give …
This Lean Agile London and BCS Agile meetup was an open discussion with Radtac’s CEO Gus Bjorkeroth on the upcoming IR35 legislation. Radtac are a well-established Agile training and consultancy business that manages a large network of associates and works with a range of companies in a variety of industries across the globe. DISCLAIMER Gus …
For today’s speaker, we have Helen Lisowski. Helen is an Agile and Management Coach and has spoken at LLKD for the last 2 years. It’s good to now welcome her to Lean Agile London 2020.
Next up, we welcome Dr. Klaus Leopold. Klaus is a best-selling author, Kanban pioneer, creator of Flight Levels and a leading thinker in Business Agility. We’re delighted that he is joining us in London once again.
We hosted our first Lean Agile London virtual Meetup on February 20th. We’re pleased with the result. The session attracted people from all over Europe which was really great. Clarke dialled in from New Zealand to tell us all about Bottlenecks. He discussed Theory of Constraints and his FOCCCUS formula for dealing with bottlenecks along …
Gitte Klitgaard is our next speaker. Gitte is an agile coach and part of the organising team for the German agile Coach Camp. Gitte has also been a regular speaker at LLKD.
Today we meet Kulawat Wongsaroj. Kulawat is an Agile Coach and Flight Levels Guide from Thailand. He co-founded Agile66 (the largest Agile community in South East Asia) with Kamon Treetampinij.
Wednesday brings us Judy Rees – an expert in Clean Language and Remote Event facilitation. Judy has been a familar face at LLKD and gave the closing keynote at the conference back in 2017.
For Tuesday this week, we have Jochen Goeser. Jochen is Project Lead Agile Transformation at Robert Bosch Power Tools where he has been using Flight Levels to help the business become agile.
We start this week with Helen Meek as our next speaker. Helen is an Agile Coach and Trainer, founder of the Agile Coaching Exchange (ACE) and Kanban Coaching Exchange (KCE) meetup groups, and a regular at LLKD.
Next we have Carmen Knippenberg. Carmen is an Agile Coach with Robert Bosch Power Tools where she has been instrumental in the use of Flight Levels to help the business become agile.
Thursday brings us Troy Magennis. Troy is something of a metrics and forecasting guru and also a Flight Level Guide. He has published some very cool (and free!) tools on his Focused Objective web site.
Next is Benji Portwin. Benji is a Product Lead at Monzo. He’s also been an Agile Coach with NHS and Spotify.
Nancy Evbuomwan is our next speaker. Nancy is an Agile Coach and the host of the Better, Faster, Happier Podcast.
For our next speaker, we welcome Pawel Brodzinski – CEO of Lunar Logic and a regular speaker at LLKD.
Next in our meet the speakers is Agile Expert and Flight Level Guide from Knowledge21 in Brazil, Lula Rodrigues.
We sent the speakers a little questionnaire so that you can get to know more about them before the conference. Next is Mat Hayes.
We sent the speakers a little questionnaire so that you can get to know more about them before the conference. First up is Henry Stewart.
2020 has started with a flurry of activity to get the Lean Agile London conference speaker lineup and programme in place. We have also have had a great response from companies that are committed to supporting our community. So, to celebrate we have just under 100 days left until the conference start, we are announcing …
Since we announced the dates for Lean Agile London, things have been moving fast behind the scenes. This is an update of the first 20 days and how LALDN20 is taking shape. Intangible Tickets Almost Sold Out We made 40 Intangible Tickets available when we announced the conference. These discounted tickets will be available until …