PMI Singapore Chapter

Optimising Agile by Remote Ways of Working – Panel Discussion

Optimising Agile by Remote Ways of Working – Panel Discussion

Optimising Agile by Remote Ways of Working – Panel Discussion

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Co-location has always been considered as the best way to propagate agile practices among teams and programs. Year 2020 has forced all of us to retrospect if we need to evolve from the learnings and practices that were established few decades ago.

Having said that, with social distancing in place for most of the countries, every industry is adapting to the changed way of working. With the experiments to challenge the status quo, running over a period of six months, we are now at a point in time where we can analyse using real examples that business agility can be achieved beyond co-location.

Key points to be discussed using a case-study approach:

  • Evolving agile practices by replacing co-location with remote ways of working;
  • Is remote agile as effective as co-located: advantages & disadvantages?
  • How to make remote agile work?
  • What have we learnt in past 6 months - lessons & tips.

Learning outcomes:

  • Conclude if remote ways of working is here to stay, should agile enablers change their pitch?
  • Understand the pros and cons of remote/virtual vs co-located agile practices;
  • Explain key best practices for making remote virtual reality work.

Presentation and Discussion Method:
This will be a panel discussion with prepared questions. We will use Zoom and sli.do for questions from the audience.


About the Panel:

Yasha Dabas (LinkedIn)
Client Journey Lead, Standard Chartered Bank

Yasha Dabas

Yasha Dabas is a Technologist, Coach, Facilitator and Trainer currently working with Standard Chartered Bank. Yasha is specialised in agile ways of working including practices of DevOps, Human Design Thinking and  Lean attributed  to her experience in past where she has herself experienced roles such as Feature Team Developer, Product Owner and Scrum Master. Yasha is a Mechanical Engineer who has spent around 15 years in financial IT services and is involved with agile transformation since past 8 years.

She also works closely with SC Ventures as an Intrapreneur selected as part of 2018 Innovation drive.

Yasha is also the founder of “Women In Agile Singapore” non-profit organisation, a chapter of worldwide Women In Agile organisation. She is an active member of Agile-DevOps & Business Agility communities inside and outside of the organisation in Singapore, India, China, Malaysia & Australia. 


Anna Tee (LinkedIn)
Manager, Deloitte Digital

Anna Tee

Anna Tee is an enterprise agility coach currently with one of the leading banks in Singapore. Her team created the agile way of working in partnership with the client, positively impacting both product and delivery teams. She is an experienced consultant with hands-on digital transformation experience in UK and Southeast Asia markets for over 7 years. She started her agile journey in a start-up in London as a product manager and she now partners clients in their digital transformation journeys, advising on enterprise agility, customer experience and agile software delivery lifecycle.  


Yann Hamon (LinkedIn)
Managing Director, Why Innovation!

Yann Hamon

Yann Hamon is the Managing Director of why innovation!, a consultancy specialised in accelerating digital transformation by increasing business agility and digital innovation. Over the past years, the company has helped many big companies to tackle innovation challenges by nurturing a culture of agility and enhancing the development of new digital products, services and ways of working.

Yann carries over 30 years of experience in software, system and product engineering and 20 years of practice in Organisational Change Management with a focus on Agile Enterprise, Product Organisation and Digital Innovation. Through his international career in Europe, Australia and Asia, he has worked and supported a variety of individuals and teams in technology and business, from engineers to CxOs. He owns a PhD in Computer Sciences, specialised in Artificial Intelligence for Software Engineering.


About Women in Agile - Singapore:

WiA SG LogoWomen in Agile - Singapore is a community for women in Singapore to help them support change, enable organisations and people with business agility, new ways of working and innovation. This is also a platform for like minded women to network, share and learn from each other.
The Women in Agile community drives toward equality and inclusion of diverse representation, expertise, and involvement in the agile community. We value the representation of diverse ideas and perspectives within the agile community, and believe everyone is better off when more ideas are openly shared. 
Mission: We believe diverse connections lead to diverse solutions. Together, we can change the future of the workplace.
Common values:
  • Enable diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
  • Be a source of connecting others at the local and global level.
  • Learn from others and share your knowledge freely.

Event Particulars

Date: Thursday, 17 September 2020

Time (SGT): 7.00 pm to 8.45 pm

Venue: Online via ZOOM 

Access Details: Will be emailed separately to registered participants on the day and again closer to event start. Please contact Alicja if you don't receive them.

PDUs: 1.75 Leadership (where applicable, PMI ID to be included with registration)

Registration deadline: Roster closes when full on the day (17 Sep 2020)

Women in Agile Singapore Members: Please obtain the discount coupon code from your organisation

 

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Event Properties

Event Date 17-09-2020 7:00 pm
Event End Date 17-09-2020 8:45 pm
Registered 46
Cut off date 17-09-2020 7:10 pm
Individual Price from 5 SGD
No. of Strategic PDUs N/A
No. of Technical PDUs N/A
No. of Leadership PDUs 1.75
Location Webinar
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