Digital innovations have lowered barriers to entry, disrupted once-reliable business models, and dramatically decreased the time it takes for new products to become obsolete. While many organizations are adopting Agile practices, they often fail to grasp the underlying principles needed to see results. Agility is not about doing more faster and cheaper. It is about understanding the market as early as possible, so you can focus on what’s most important. Successful companies engage in continuous conversation with their audience as the foundation of Agile methodologies. In this session, you’ll learn from an early adopter of the Agile movement on how to build a culture of continuous innovation top-down and bottom-up. We’ll use the four core values of Agile (https://agilemanifesto.org/) as a framework to uncover:
The presentation will include a deep dive into how to use a wide range of digital technologies to speak to and understand the market at all phases of the innovation life cycle.
|The Torch is Yours Handout (15.5 MB)||36 Pages||Available after Purchase|
David has been in online software development for twenty years. In that time, he held nearly every role from support to engineering before settling into Product Management. He lead an Agile transformation at Napster, Inc., and advised on Lean practices at American Express before moving on to Product leadership roles. Before coming to Remesh, he built out product departments and defined strategy and process for OvationTix (acquired by AudienceView) and the category-creating employee engagement company Werk.co.