Earlier this month I spent a very productive week in Singapore. Our client (a significant player in Asia’s financial sector) added two extended lunchtime speaking opportunities to my agenda, each 2 hours long with time for food and networking. The first was on the Monday, a great opportunity to get introduced to people for the first time. The second was on my last day, a nice way to sign off and a chance to present to some more senior managers from both technology and business.
Adding a mid-week meetup (a evening event that included pizza, a talk, and a couple of rounds of Featureban), that’s a lot of speaking for one business trip!
If you’re thinking of bringing me into your business, this is a really good pattern to follow. There is double benefit: it maximises exposure internally, and it gives you a chance to do something good for your local Lean/Kanban/Agile community also.
At very short notice I am very happy to do any/all of:
- A Scrumban case study (this was my introduction)
- Agile leadership with Kanban (my Singapore signoff)
- Are we there yet? (my current keynote)
If there’s anything in my back catalogue that you think might be more relevant to your current situation, let me dust it down and bring it up to date.
Further to that last talk, I really should mention:
- Agendashift, the 1-day class — Values-based change with Agendashift and the Kanban Method. Get it from the source!
- The Depth of Kanbanland 2015 survey, a free taste of some of the values-based change management tools I’m making available through the Agendashift platform
With thanks to my client and to Valtech for creating the opportunity!