Business Agility Conference - Melbourne, 16, 17 September 2019
An intensive, two-day learning experience featuring short stories and facilitated deeper conversations on business agility; including agile outside IT, organisational design, market disruption and product innovation, and next-gen leadership.
Join us for the next edition of an Australian conference unlike any other.
The Business Agility Conference is an intensive, two-day conference of authentic stories and facilitated conversation on business agility; including agile outside of IT, organisational design and product innovation to next-gen leadership.
The conference brings together some of the region’s best thought-leaders and practitioners of business agility to share their experiences and the benefits their organisations have gained from exploring agile practices.
What makes this conference unique?
The conference is highly interactive and features facilitated learning groups. All attendees will be seated together in one room for two days. Each day will be split into 3 topics with three, 18-minute “art of the possible” case studies, followed by 40 minutes of facilitated, hands-on engagement.
The conference is designed so that participants spend 50% of their time networking and learning from each other through these hands-on, “deep-dive” sessions.
Director and Executive Agile Coach
Purple Candor, Australia
Phil is considered one of the leading experts in Agile and Lean in Australia and NZ and has been instrumental in setting up the Agile Academy. He is the founder of Purple Candor and his 12 years of Agile experience firmly establishes him as an executive coach and trainer in the Agile/Lean arena, specialising in helping organizations transform to a more productive way of working.
COO, Technology and Operations, DBS Bank, Singapore
Experienced banking executive with 20 years experience in major business transformations across innovation, customer experience, operational excellence and IT. Worked in top level positions across Banking IT, Operations and Business roles.Worked with DBS (current), Standard Chartered Bank (13 years), JP Morgan (3 years) and IBM (4 years).
Chief Inventor, REA Group, Australia
After 5 years as Chief Information Officer of the REA Group, Nigel has transformed into the Chief Inventor – having handed the technology reins to a proper Chief Engineer, Tom Varsavsky. His scope is global, looking 2-5 years ahead to technologies that impact the currencies of online real estate – time, trust, and transparency.