Unlocking SRG – our journey to enhanced agility

schedule Sep 27th 02:30 - 02:55 PM place Z303 people 20 Interested

Over the last 18 months Super Retail Group (SRG) has been on a journey to move to a new way of working.

This talk focusses on the why, what and how of decreasing their time from Idea to Value.

Now more than ever innovation and agility at pace is required to respond to the ever increasing pressures of

the now economy. This pressure is felt enormously in the retail business.

Hear how the SRG agile journey started by answering into the WHY. Once buy in was obtained WHAT did they stop, start and continue

and HOW did they go about doing this? What worked, what didn’t and what have they learnt so far.

 
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