Deliver Faster, with Less Errors, On Time, and generate Higher Customer Satisfaction
Agile methodology first began its roots within the Software Development community; a community that produced customer-centric products through early, responsive and continuously iterative design processes – all without generating waste.
Can Agile methodology then be applied to non IT work? What if the projects are in the HR or Marketing area – can Agile help there? Discover the underlying characteristics of Agile and find out how you could apply these principles in your organisation at our next Lessons for Improvement.
Hear from three professionals – all from different sectors – who have utilised Agile in order to produce high value work. Join in on the discussion and networking by registering today.
Rupesh Shrestha has been a practitioner of Business Process Management for the last 15 years. In the last 6 years he has been practising Agile and coaching medium to large teams both in IT and non IT environment teaching and applying Agile to transform teams. In his recent work he implemented Agile in a non-software deliver domain like HR with a huge success.
His educational background includes Bachelor of Computer Science and Masters in Information Technology. He is passionate about his work and always believes there is a better way to reach an outcome. In his free time, he enjoys exploring and learning new things, cooking and enjoys the nature.
Peter is an experienced marketing professional with over 15 years' experience. He has worked in roles across a variety of industries in strategy and communications. Peter's focus is on facilitating and driving the implementation of innovative solutions and process improvements that deliver customer centricity and all-round simplicity to otherwise complex Omni-channel marketing strategies.
Mike is passionate about helping people and organisations think differently about how they work and how they serve their customers in order to stay competitive and maximise their impact. With 20 years’ industry experience across multiple sectors and with the last 12 years in Agile transformations in both Europe and Australia, Mike has plenty of agility battle scars and learnings to share. He is also the co-founder of a startup Atlantive that enables organisations to track ideas and their impacts using advanced analytics.
6.15pm Introduction – Alan Skinner
6.20pm Rupesh Shrestha, ING Direct
6.30pm Peter Kafka, NRMA
6.50pm Mike Pollard, Agile Coach
7.30pm Networking – Drinks & Nibbles
We look forward to seeing you there!
Alan Skinner & Daniel Ionita
Lean Six Sigma Business Excellence Institute
Stephen Rutter, Manager, UTS Business School, Business Practice
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As part of UTS Business School, our initiatives range from events and executive education to MBA programs, including the new MBA in Entrepreneurship (MBAe). We also tailor programs to suit specific business needs, in areas such as leadership, organisational improvement, employee resilience and design-led innovation.
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