Visualise your agile strategy & see your roadmaps in context with Craig Cockburn

june, 2021

01jun6:30 pm8:00 pmVisualise your agile strategy & see your roadmaps in context with Craig Cockburn6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Online event Event Organized By: Agility Leadership Network

Event Details

Join us online on Tuesday 1st June 2021 from 18:30 – 19:45 BST (GMT+1) for a talk titled “Visualise your agile strategy and see your roadmaps in context”, with Craig Cockburn.

6:30pm – ⌚ Arrivals and pre-networking

6:35/40pm – 🎤 Session by Craig

7:15pm – Q&A

7:45pm – End 🛏️

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About the Talk:
Most strategy dialogues end up with executives talking at cross-purposes because…nobody knows exactly what is meant by vision and strategy, and no two people ever quite agree on which topics belong where” (Geoffrey Moore, Escape Velocity). In addition, all too often strategy is a static PowerPoint that goes out of date and gives little indication of the “why of movement”.

Join Craig and find out how to form an agile strategy and visualise it in a complex landscape and connect it to roadmaps, backlogs, Wardley mapping and the Strategy Cycle. This talk connects to different aspects of agile theory and practices including work by Simon Wardley, Roman Pichler and Dave Snowden. Craig will also address the question – does culture eat strategy for breakfast?

About the speaker:
Craig Cockburn (“coburn”) has been working with agile practices for over 10 years. Originally a software engineer, he holds software degrees from Edinburgh University and Napier University, the latter an M.Sc with class medal and distinction. Craig is based in Edinburgh where he works as a freelance agile coach. He is an active member of the agile community and is a founding committee member of the BCS Agile Specialist group and also helps to support agile community events in Scotland. He has worked as a scrum master, development lead and agile coach across many sectors particularly public sector and banking. He wrote the UK’s first guide to getting online, invented an early browser, is credited on the acknowledgements for HTML5 and in the book Agendashift by Mike Burrows. Recently Craig has been one of the advisors and early supporters of the Agile20Reflect festival.

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Looking forward to VIRTUALLY seeing you there!


(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


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