These days, businesses and agencies alike need to be able to respond to change like never before and digital disruption is affecting every industry. As the products that we build grow more and more complex we need to be able to make sure that we can scale the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto and shift our focus to business agility.
In this webinar, we’ll cover an overview of the leading framework for agile at scale, the Scaled Agile Framework or SAFe. We’ll cover some of the key steps of their Implementation Roadmap that captures lessons learned from hundreds of implementations as well as considerations for both Clients-side and Agencies.
Scaled Agile Programme Consultant SPC5 at Radtac
Tim is an experienced Management Consultant that has been working in Agile and Software for the last 12 years. He first learned the power of cross-functional teams from his experience as a professional musician playing bands–to be successful in music you have to build strong relationships on and off stage and work together!
After touring started to take its toll, Tim pivoted to work as a designer and developer. It wasn’t long before he began to expand his skills to testing, UI/UX and project management. Over the years, Tim has worked in a variety of industries such as Telecoms, Pharma, and Aviation leading large-transformation initiatives.
Tim is passionate about building high-performing teams and continually challenging the status quo to drive efficiency. And yes, he still plays!
Founder of The Digital Project Manager
I’m Ben Aston, a digital project manager and founder of thedigitalprojectmanager.com. I've been in the industry for more than 15 years working in the UK at London’s top digital agencies including Dare, Wunderman, Lowe and DDB. I’ve delivered everything from film to CMS', games to advertising and eCRM to eCommerce sites. I’ve been fortunate enough to work across a wide range of great clients; automotive brands including Land Rover, Volkswagen and Honda; Utility brands including BT, British Gas and Exxon, FMCG brands such as Unilever, and consumer electronics brands including Sony.