8 – 10 May 2019

thestudio, Manchester

Session type:
Workshop

Session duration:
90 minutes

Presented by:

Matthew Philip

ThoughtWorks

Karl Scotland

Karl Scotland Ltd

About this Workshop

Hypothesis-driven development is thinking about the development of new ideas, products and services - even organisational change - as a series of experiments to determine whether an expected outcome will be achieved, so we need to know how to design and run experiments properly.

This session helps participants understand the importance of using experiments to help teams and organisations learn and improve, while giving hands-on practice in designing experiments to yield measurable evidence for that learning.

About the Speakers

Matthew Philip

 @mattphilip

Karl Scotland

Karl is a versatile software practitioner with a wide range of skills, including development, project management, team leadership, coaching and training, looking to use his agile experience. He has expertise in feature-based, iterative and incremental project planning, reporting and delivery as a Certified ScrumMaster and Kanban Coaching Professional.

 @kjscotland

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