An interactive training on 17th-19th November to learn how to work effectively with self-organizing and cross functional team.
why innovation! is proud to sponsor for The France Singapore Innovation Days which is a 3-day event held from 12th to 14th November 2014, showcasing the best of French innovation.
This year’s event topic is “solutions to improve productivity and competitiveness” and will gather an audience of more than 120 high level professionals from major local and multinational companies, C-levels decision makers interested in innovative technologies as well as government bodies and public agencies.
There will be a panel discussion, workshops & BtoB meetings organized for new technologies professionals. Yann Hamon will be one of the panellist in the workshop, "Team and Talent management".
You will not only discover innovative products, solutions and services, but you will also be able to meet growing and ambitious SMEs to partner with!
Visit http://fsid.sg for more information about this event or to register for this event.
Yann Hamon, the director of why innovation! will present in the Eurocham ICT Committee Re-launch Meeting on the theme of Digital Innovation and Agility.
The re-launch of the committee will be held on Tuesday, 11th November 2014, 8:30am to 10:00am with the panel of high level professionals and C-level decision makers involved in innovation technologies from about 15 multinational companies.
Yann Hamon will address the tight links between Digital Innovation and Agility. He will also talk about how Agile values and practices contribute to building a learning and innovative culture within an organization, and how the rise of digital technologies force organizations to reshape their working and management culture.
Solucom, one of why innovation!'s partners will be presenting on a topic about innovation technology and it will be presented by Reza Maghsoudnia, Strategic Development Director of Solucom.
For more information about this event, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
An interactive training to learn how to guide a team, project or an organization into a process of rapid delivery of valuable results.
During this quick learning session, all attendees will have a hands-on exercises in JIRA Agile. Using a user stories from a Salon application system, you will be tasked to create and configure a scrum board, populate product backlog, generate report, and set-up the wallboard.
This workshop also provides you a better understanding on how JIRA Agile tool is organized, tips and tricks on how the tool is used for managing agile projects.
This interactive workshop will cover the following topics:
This workshop is ideal for ideal for Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Agile project managers, Agile team members, Quality Assurance or anyone who is interested to understand JIRA Agile concepts and develop key skills to help manage scrum projects. This is a 1.5 hours session which will give you practical, hand-on tactics that you can apply right away.
Here are the workshop details:
*Breakfast will be provided.
Is there a specific approach for managing innovative digital product?
Does the innovation dimension challenge classical product management methods and process?
Join us to share your experience on product management and innovation. Let’s share about proper strategies and practices required to ensure new-tech products deliver the best possible value to its users.
We would like to structure this session around 2 or 3 short talks from Product Management practitioners.
Please register and indicate in the form which topic you would like to present if any. In the second part of the session we will build a map of successful practices for innovative product management.
Our very first Gatsha yesterday was a very interesting and fun experience for all of us. We were not that many but quality was here☺ Everyone shared a piece of their own story and the experience they have gained so far, and such experiences are irreplaceable.
The topics raised were:
- The value of innovation
- How people / organization can transform to improve
- Benefits of adopting Agility
We then went through a brainstorming session about the value we would like Gatshas to deliver to the community. As you can imagine Post-it (one of the cheapest and most effective collaboration tool☺) were used for easier and better understanding of the topics, everyone provided their fair share of thoughts by penning them down.
Here are the results:
· Learning from each other was on the top and came into different forms: share on new concepts, on specific business domain (e.g. banking), on success but also failure experiences, etc. It was also about personal development: learning to listen to other, being challenged, improve leadership and argumentation skills.
· Innovation is the expected focus area: understanding digital technologies, how they might reshape various industries, how companies prepare for disruption, how to change organization culture to cope, how innovation and agile relate to each other...
· Teamwork for going further than meeting, networking and talking. Working together, within multidisciplinary and cross functional groups, collaboratively delivering valuable materials: landscaping a topics, state-of-the-art, white paper. Group collaboration for testing new ideas, solving specific problems one face in his work: agile deployment challenges, where to begin an innovation transformation, etc.
· Collaboration Platform to provide the community with a co-operative environment to communicate, exchange knowledge and artefacts: interesting papers one found on the web, actual project data and metrics, benchmarks, results of the gatshas in the form of ah ahs, pics, working documents, etc. It’s also about building our own experience about innovation tools and their appropriation.
· Last but not least, having FUN in a relax and safe space where everybody can express freely and be listened to.
We then discuss how open we want the group to be. Shall we focus on gathering experienced professionals, experts that could exchange at a high level about advanced topics? Or should we keep the Y Community more opened and embrace diversity of experience level, mixing together beginners and experts? We all voted for the second option even if the first one would result in a higher level of learning. After all if a need for high level meetings and discussions on targeted topics arise, we will organise for it and support emergence of subgroups. So we decided that before experience and expertise what we wanted is people with drive.
We closed the session by listing some of the topics to be brought in the next sessions. So, get ready and anticipate for our next Gatsha on the following topics:
- The definition and limits of digital innovation
- Group discussion
- The various challenges and pitfalls for Agile & Agile Transformation
- Application of Agile practices
- What is innovation without Agility?
Any other suggestion? Any feedback about the ambitions and objectives? Leave your comments.
And register now for our next Gatsha on the 17th September 2014