Better Value Sooner Safer Happier

Our “Better Value Sooner Safer Happier” event with Jonathan Smart, Zsolt Berend, Myles Ogilvie and Simon Rohrer is available to download and watch for free.

The hosts discuss their new book offers emerging patterns and antipatterns for business agility. As an agility leadership team in our respective organisations, the group will use Mentimeter online to explore together core drivers for organisational change and key obstacles that members are experiencing with their organisations today.

Presenters and authors

Jonathan Smart Black

Jonathan Smart is a business agility practitioner, thought leader, and coach. Smart leads Deloitte’s Business Agility practice, helping organizations deliver better value sooner, safer, and happier through the application of agile, lean, and DevOps principles and practices organisation-wide.

ZsoltBerend Black

Zsolt Berend is a business agility practitioner, coach, and trainer. He helps global organizations on their journey to achieving Better Value Sooner Safer Happier. He was the global chair of the Agile Community of Practice at Barclays with more than 2,500 members, and with the Ways of Working Center of Enablement team, won “Best Internal Agile Team” at the Agile Awards 2016.

Myles Ogilvie Black

Myles Ogilvie has led, supported, and coached change initiatives within large and small enterprises for over twenty-five years. An advocate of no-nonsense problem-solving. He seeks to build transparency, improve collaboration, and enable outcomes that produce Better Value Sooner Safer Happier During 2016, when leading ways of working for a major UK investment bank during a period of intense regulatory and controls scrutiny

Simon Rohrer Black

Simon Rohrer has been a hands-on practitioner across both software engineering and enterprise architecture for over twenty-six years, and has had a passion for agile software development since picking up the eXtreme Programming white book in 1999. He’s passionate about agile, systems thinking, DevOps and other principles and practices at the right pace and in a human context in enterprises.

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