Agile and lean practices are not just limited to software development, they can be used in all parts of work (and life).
In this workshop, I will introduce how I used agile and lean techniques to write and publish a book. I'll guide participants through an interactive session that will give them the tools and experience to challenge non-agile workflows, that they can apply to anything.
This session is ideal for anyone who wants to explore different applications for agile and lean. Although we'll be using publishing a book as an example, you don't have to want to write a book to benefit. But if you do, this session will help you understand how to do it.
Emily Webber is a London-based independent agile and lean consultant with her company Tacit. She works with organisations in both the private and public sectors to help with their agile transformations and to develop their agile capability for sustainable change.
She was previously at the Government Digital Service, where she was the Head of Agile Delivery, leading the team of agile delivery professionals that deliver services for citizens.
Emily is passionate about agile, communities, organisational learning and skills development. She co-runs a meet-up called Agile on the Bench, blogs at emilywebber.co.uk and has a weak spot for vintage scooters.
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