March 21, 2018, Cracow, Poland
Lean IT Forum 2018 starts in:
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Is an international, single day conference that brings DevOps, Lean IT and Agile community together. The goal of the event is share ideas, exchange knowledge and meet new people. We aim to present cases, which illustrate Lean approaches applied in IT context. This year we want to gather innovation champions to share their success stories on how to accelerate change and achieve competitive advantage.
Special guest – Mike Orzen, the godfather of Lean IT
No theory, focus on hands-on experience
An international event in the center of Europe
Well known industry leaders and seasoned practitioners
Lean IT Forum offers a unique opportunity to spread good ideas from the Lean IT, Agile and DevOps.If you think you might be a good speaker for Lean IT Forum or know someone who would make a great speaker, please contact us to open a discussion.
If your company is interested in sponsoring Lean IT Forum this year, we’d love to hear from you. Send us a quick email and we’ll get right back to you with some more information and our sponsorship brochure
Lean IT Forum full day schedule of keynotes, presentations, lightening talks and breakout sessions
on March 22-23, 2018
Getting results applying Agile, Lean & DevOps is common but usually relies on a handful of people who carry most of the weight because they are excited by the new tools and methods. These early adopters act as champions of change and are essential at the start of an IT transformation. For change to persist, innovation to be sustained and continuously improved, everyone needs to be engaged!
This is where effective leadership is crucial. Using hands-on exercises and role play, this workshop will position you to understand and experience the key behaviors needed to effectively lead Agile, Lean IT & DevOps teams through an enterprise transformation.
Currently, most DevOps, Lean IT, and Agile transformations are not led by CIOs. They are often led by the director of operations, chief architect, or director of development. It is good these people have been given the authority and/or responsibility to introduce a significant change in the way work gets done. But there is a potential downside: without the vision, alignment, and commitment a CIO brings to the discussion, these efforts can collapse for many reasons including lack of commitment across the entire IT service delivery value stream, conflicting priorities, entrenched silos within IT, lack of internal coaching and support, and overburden of bottleneck resources (just to name a few).
The success of the transformation begins and all too often ends, based on the degree the CIO and their direct reports actively lead and authentically connects. To lead people effectively, leaders need to understand the “Why,” the “What,” and the “How.” This is a mindset, skill set, and toolset that needs to be learned, practiced, and adjusted based on the culture of the specific organization and the challenges they encounter. Leaders throughout the organization must be able to connect with people at a very real and meaningful level that fosters trust, transparency, respect, and new ways of working across silos. This is tricky stuff for almost everyone and the CIO is the pivotal influencer of how seriously and deeply people will go to make their transformation succeed.
Registration for Lean IT Forum 2018 is open. Take advantage of Regular offer and register before it expires!
Our conference will take place in comfortable venue – Novotel Kraków Centrum.
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