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AgileCamp Silicon Valley
November 6, 2017
Santa Clara Convention Center 
5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054 

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Innovation [clear filter]
Monday, November 6
 

9:50am

Startup Patterns Inside Enterprise

Everyone's got an innovation program. But do any of them really produce commercial results? It's actually quite hard to incubate startup-like teams within a large organization. But it's not impossible. Here's what I have learned by trying it with several companies.


Speakers
avatar for Sam McAfee

Sam McAfee

Product Development Coach, Startup Patterns
Sam McAfee is the author of "Startup Patterns". He has long been an active member of the Agile and Lean Startup communities of practice in the Bay Area. He has helped numerous technology product teams to be successful and deliver meaningfully for their businesses, both at large... Read More →



Monday November 6, 2017 9:50am - 10:50am
207

11:10am

Agile & UX, like Chocolate and Peanut Butter
If you're here at AgileCamp, you likely use some kind of Agile process. Yet, we're all using them in slightly different ways. What does your process look like? We will use this as a foundation to talk about how to leverage the power of design (and designers) to:
- Understand the right problem to solve
- Understand it well enough to solve it effectively
- To validate our assumptions about the problem
- To craft engage, useful designs
- To quickly validate those designs before we invest in building it
- To test those solutions at the end of a sprint (before we ship)
- To try ideas out in the wild without disrupting your entire customer base

Attendees will walk away with a deeper understanding of what design is, what designers do, but most of all how this knowledge can help them build better software to deliver more value to their customers.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Mackie

Kevin Mackie

Product Development Executive, CA Technologies
Kevin’s passion is bringing diverse talent together, from designers, product managers, architects, and engineers, to understand their users’ problems and build great solutions.  As a product development leader, he has led small and large (from 10 to 200) design and engineering... Read More →


Monday November 6, 2017 11:10am - 12:10pm
207

3:00pm

Visualizing & Creating High-Performance Customer-Centric Design
Companies that combine agile w/ a customer-centric mindset are 60% more profitable. Increase customer experience innovations within an agile culture.

“Our job, says Amazon CEO Bezos, is to invent new options that nobody’s ever thought of before and see if customers like them.” The World’s Most Innovative Company - Fast Company March 2017 Deloitte and Touche found that customer-centric companies were 60% more profitable compared to companies that were not focused on the customer. Having a strong company wide customer focus is more important than being agile alone to create high-performance design. Learn how to keep the customers needs, emotions and behavioral actions at the center of every design to generate the most value. Harvesting insights from feedback and driving them back into the customer experience with speed at scale makes a company innovative and agile. Understanding the mindset and process for this way of working is the key to continuously delivery maximum customer value. Understanding the mindset and framework will give you the power to co-create a customer-centric culture where you are free to rapidly test and ship your most innovative ideas daily, ultimately delivering more value to your customers sooner. 

Speakers
avatar for Chloe Bregman

Chloe Bregman

Agile Coach, Future Design
Chloe Bregman is an innovative 360°Customer-centric product development leader and change agent that catalyzes the transformation of people and Fortune 500 companies. She agile coaches executives and product teams teams to powerfully embrace the mindset of possibility and focused... Read More →


Monday November 6, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
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