Agile War Stories
Join us at the Syzygy studio on Tuesday 20th March for Agile for Agencies, where we will be hearing from a variety of agency and Agile professionals through a series of PechaKucha presentations (after the format was a great success at the last meet-up!).
PechaKucha is a form of presentation popular in the Agile world that condenses the subject down to 20 slides, each lasting for 20 seconds. The slides usually progress automatically to keep the presentation moving at the right pace. Read more about PechKucha (http://www.pechakucha.org/faq).
On the night
We will be focusing the presentations on Agile war stories, looking at what didn’t work, or what we had to change and adapt to make it work.
Already on the line up:
Ami Shuckla, Senior Project Manager at Aqueduct: The Client Psychology of Deadlines
Drawn from her experience of working with a financial client, Ami will share her learnings from moving from agile to waterfall to get better collaboration and motivation from her client.
Edward Scotcher, COO at Agility in Mind: TBC
Tariq Kahn, Head of Interactive, TMW Unlimited: The Cult of Collaboration
Further speakers are to be confirmed! If you are interested in putting together a PechaKucha for our March Meetup then please contact Gemma via firstname.lastname@example.org, and she will be in touch.
Join us for an evening of small talks, questions and a few beers!
Who is it for?
This Meetup is aimed at people who work in or with agencies of all kinds, from traditional to specialist, creative to tech, in project management, software development or business management roles and are seeking to exchange working experience, tips and general thoughts on how best to create a brand of Agile that works for them, their organisation and their clients.
How to book
We organise this semi-regular series of events via Meetup. To join the group and RSVP for this event, visit the event page on meetup.com