Flow is taking the world of Agile by storm with it’s simplified framework for business agility and as a powerful antidote for those organisations who are struggling with their scaled agile implementations.
Fin Goulding, co-founder and CIO of the Flow Academywill show how the framework goes beyond traditional technical agile methodologies (such as Scrum) and not only encompasses business functions but also extends to customers as well.
Focusing on customers is key, even before you start thinking about products, and Flow actively places them within your feedback loops in order to inform your work-design and overall business strategy.
Fin will also show how Flow is obsessed with being pro-value, delivers work at pace (in two-day cycles or less), is supercharged by cloud but also provides tangible ways to practice continuous improvement.
This true end-to-end approach is underpinned by customer innovation/segmentation, Executive portfolio planning and a dash of cultural transformation – which is at the heart of any good digital transformation.
Technical agility is good but business agility has a greater impact.
About the presenter
Fin is an expert in Business and Technical agility having worked as a CIO and/or CTO in several major organisations such as Aviva, Paddy Power, lastminute.com, travelocity.com, HSBC, RBS and Visa.
He has consistently been named as one of the top global CIO’s year-on-year and is recognised as one of the most experienced enterprise agile leaders in the world today.
He has been pioneering new ways of working using visualisation techniques and agile practices in all areas of businesses in order to help organisations achieve digital transformation through cultural transformation. He has a unique perspective having worked in startups, .com’s and large scale Companies.
Fin is in demand as a coach for CEO’s, COO’s, CIO’s and CTO’s plus as a keynote speaker and panellist. He is constantly improving and evolving business agility practices and principles through real-world expertise.
He has co-authored two of the best selling books on business agility: Flow: A Handbook for Change Makers, and 12 Steps to Flow.