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    Jessica - Why things fail

    Jessica
    Jessica
    Product Manager
    Equal Experts
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    Why did the iPad make it but Google Glass cost google $900million?

    In this new world of unicorns, upstarts and silicon roundabouts, it's easy to get caught up in making it, but how do we effectively and responsibly innovate?

    In this interactive session, we will look at case studies over the last 80 years of some of the biggest product flops; what went wrong and which companies went on to recover. The intention is to explore what not to do; the untold stories of success and leave with a refreshed understanding of why failure is critical in the pursuit of innovation.

    Join me to create you own innovation equation to take into your work, own ideas and everyday life.

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    Sudhir Desale - FAST PACED REQUIREMENT GATHERING FOR PACKAGED SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATION FOLLOWING AGILE

    Sudhir Desale
    Sudhir Desale
    Enterprise Agile Coach
    Accenture
    schedule 1 week ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Executive

    Topic abstract:

    Packaged solutions have been the front runners of IT solutions adoption across organizations involving complex organization structure with complex solution requirements. Currently in digitized world where is a demand for fast paced time to market of solution, packaged solutions like SAP, Oracle etc. are not exception as well. There is need for Agile based approach to deliver even in this space.

    Unlearning the age-old waterfall approach of gathering requirement upfront in the form of Business Blueprint Document (BBP) is the biggest challenge that the project team faces today while moving to agile based approach.

    This session focused on the following key learnings:

    1. Why there has been a focus shift from waterfall to Agile in the Packaged solution world.
    2. Why does the project team face challenge in gathering requirement in smaller chunks?
    3. What are the best practices that the packaged Agile team can follow while gathering requirement.
    4. What are benefits that business would obtain by following this approach
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