3) Pick "Handling uncertainty in software projects workshop"
Keep in mind there is a limited number of seats. If you sign up make sure to come, otherwise you block the seat for someone else who might have wanted to come.
Handling uncertainty in software projects
Uncertainty is a nasty beast. It is present in every project from the very beginning, usually hidden somewhere, and it manifests itself near the project ending. Be it lack of requirements clarity, changed scope or technology limitations – all those things can flip project profitability, cause headaches and overtime. Very often, we believe somebody was lazy. If only that person had put more effort into analysis, problems could have been avoided. That’s a fallacy. Only early experimenting can remove those problems, but the whole trick is to identify what and when should be tested. During the workshop, with the help of Wardley Maps, you will decompose your project, assess uncertainty levels and prepare an experimentation plan that can be easily justified in front of your managers and customers.
Krzysztof Daniel is an unreformed explorer who works for the Leading Edge Forum as a researcher. Krzysztof’s passion for pursuing novel and emerging things made him abandon software development and go through a variety of jobs (from QA consulting, through the legal domain, to strategy advisory), and only LEF provided him with a safe harbour. At LEF, Chris can satisfy his curiosity while helping customers to prepare for the upcoming future. Krzysztof learned how to use Wardley Maps long before joining LEF. For him, it was the essence of strategy, a tool that shaped his future actions and ordered all the exciting things to do into a coherent whole. Krzysztof is an occasional speaker. Most of the time, he does research and talks to customers, but when there is an opportunity, he is always ready to talk about Wardley Maps.
Workshops are co-organized by VirtusLab & Leading Edge Forum.