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(EN) Portfolio Management Panel

A session at Lean Kanban France 2013

Thursday 3rd October, 2013

2:00pm to 4:00pm (PMT)

La part d'entreprises ayant un certain recul sur l'agile à l'échelle augmente, mais en France, les organisations ayant un peu de vécu en gestion de portefeuille projets sont encore peu nombreuses.

Le Scrumday était cette année l'occasion d'une table-ronde avec des participants français : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T...

Nous nous proposons ici d'élargir l'expérience en réunissant un panel d'experts internationaux sur le sujet, pour confronter et dégager le meilleure de leurs perspectives.

About the speakers

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Mike Burrows

Agendashift founder, author of Kanban from the Inside, consultant & trainer

In a career spanning aerospace, software tools, banking, energy and the public sector Mike has been a global development manager, IT architect and IT director. As a consultant he now helps organisations evolve and transform at scale, taking a values-based approach to Lean, Kanban and Agile.

Mike is well known in the Kanban community as an experienced practitioner, communicator and teacher, and for some notable contributions to the way Kanban is understood, taught and applied worldwide. He is a member of the management board of LKU’s Accredited Kanban Training (AKT) program and on the advisory board of its Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP) program.

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Thomas Lissajoux

Product/Team Catalyst at http://Nomad8.com, building bridges and killing elephants (in the room). bio from Twitter

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Ian Carroll

Currently introducing Kanban and Agile to a number of organisations across the UK. Fascinated by tribes and the nature of people.

Ian is a consultant, coach, and speaker on all topics related to Lean, Kanban and Agile software development. His 23 years of hands-on experience in the software industry have been a second classroom, where issues and hurdles inspired him to dive in, find solutions, and follow his passion to explore the optimal ways to apply these principles in the real-world.

He now helps clients transform their organisations using Kanban and other Lean and Agile techniques to lower costs while increasing their ability to respond to changing market demands and outperform competitors. In the past 3 years Ian has trained and coached over 40 teams in Kanban techniques, and is breaking new ground by applying Kanban to benefit teams and clients outside IT, including marketing, HR, facilities management teams, and law firms.

Ian founded the Manchester branch of the Limited WIP (Kanban) Society. He has a deep interest in studying tribal behaviours within corporate environments, and is a regular speaker at Lean and Kanban related conferences including Agile in the Public Sector, Kanban Leadership Retreat, Lean Agile Scotland, Agile Yorkshire, and Manchester Barcamp.

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Chris Young

#lean #kanban #SystemThinking #agile #video #YouTube #ConnectedTV

Technologist leading product and service development for Connected TV and Digital Interactive Media

Headed up consumer facing projects for Broadcasters and Telcos including BBC, ITV, Echostar (Dish Network) and Deutsche Telecom

Practitioner of Lean and Agile Methods including Kanban, Test Driven Development (TDD), Behaviour Driven Development (BDD), Specification By Example, Continuous Integration and Systems Thinking.

Hands On developer using Python, behave, fabric, Linux, AWS EC2, GIT, JavaScript, cucumber-js, MySQL

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David Joyce

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When

Time 2:00pm4:00pm PMT

Date Thu 3rd October 2013

Where

1 - Salle Emile Laffon (250), Maison des Associations de Solidarité

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Official event site

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  • Kanban from the Inside: Understand the Kanban Method, connect it to what you already know, introduce it with impact

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