Join us at SEACON 2018 – The Study of Enterprise Agility Conference

SEACON is the only conference in the world that brings together the capabilities required to help enterprises and their customers adapt and grow in a rapidly evolving digital world.  At this year’s event on 12th November in London at the HereEast Innovation Centre, we’ll be covering Digital Transformation, Agility, DevOps and enabling technologies such as the Cloud.  There will also be insights on Open Banking and the use of data which impacts us all, regardless of what industry we work in.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • hear from experienced Fintech practitioners and globally renowned thought leaders
  • take part in workshops
  • listen to case studies

and collaborate with like-minded people such as:

  • Megan Caywood – Chief Platform Officer at Starling Bank
  • Barry O’Reilly – Co-author of “Lean Enterprise”
  • Belinda Waldock – Author of “Being Agile in Business”
  • Dan North – Enterprise Transformation and Technical Delivery Lead
  • Alberta Soranzo – Director of Service Design and Systems Thinking at Lloyds Banking Group
  • Simon Powers – Founder of Adventures with Agile

All attendees will receive a copy of Barry O’Reilly’s new book “Unlearn” which is being launched at SEACON.   As well as taking away the book, you’ll take away a wealth of new ideas, concepts and proven ways of working that you can apply in your context to help you, your organisation and it’s customers win!

Here are a few comments from last year’s sell out event:

“I found the case studies really stimulating.  It was also cool to meet people from different backgrounds and to discuss my opinions with some of the speakers.” Martina Srdoc (Lean Delivery Agent, Awin Global)

“…SEACON gave me a number of fresh perspectives which has helped me think differently about technology.” Rory Bateman (Senior Portfolio Manager, Schroders)

“A fantastic agenda with thought provoking insights from the likes of Joanne Molesky, Dan North and Barry O’Reilly.  The sponsor expo was also very good and has led to a number of interesting conversations.” Martin Mersey (Head of Transformation, Barclays UK)

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