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What did we learn in 2020? To organize our search for answers, we broke our Leading in a VUCA World into three subthemes: Agile Transformations, Complex Projects, and Agile for Good/Social Justice. Speakers from around the globe will offer their views, introduce concepts, and entice participants to think outside the box. 
The sessions listed below offer a sneak peek at our agenda and speakers. Check back regularly for additions. We'll publish a detailed schedule when we get closer to the event.  

 

Leading in a VUCA World

Agenda

Agile Transformations
January 12
Agile for Good / Social Justice
January 14

Agile Conference 2021

Image courtesy of Sawyer Reitz

Complex Projects
January 13

Tuesday, January 12: AGILE TRANSFORMATIONS

Keynote by JJ Sutherland
Scaling in a VUCA World by Stephen Daukas
Rapidly adapting delivery methodologies in response to dramatic change by William Power
Prioritization Using Cost of Delay – An Executive’s SuperPower in a VUCA World by David Grabel
Personal Agility in a VUCA World by Peter Stevens
VUCA in the Manufacturing of Drugs by Dr. Suga Subramaniam and Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan
How Tesla Releases Hardware Multiple Times a Week by Joe Justice

 

Wednesday, January 13: COMPLEX PROJECTS

Coming Soon!

Keynote by Titan Soft (speaker TBD)
Complex Projects by Virginia Greiman
Panel Discussion by Scrum Inc. (speakers TBD)
International VUCA (speakers TBD)
VUCA and the Military (speakers TBD)

 

Thursday, January 14: AGILE FOR GOOD / SOCIAL JUSTICE

How to create a Culture of Trust and Psychological Safety to Accelerate Innovation by Pepe Lopez
The Changing Lens of Diversity and Inclusion in an Agile Business Workforce by Linda Jones
Agile for Good (speaker TBD)
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