8 – 10 May 2019

thestudio, Manchester

Session type:
Case Study

Session duration:
45 minutes

Presented by:

Jon Fulton

Equal Experts

About this Case Study

Agile practitioners everywhere work hard to build successful delivery capabilities and achieve great outcomes. More often than not, that means helping to change the way things get done.

However, as we've all experienced, change can be a difficult and frustrating process. Jon will explore behaviours and approaches that can be both helpful and unhelpful when trying to influence organisations and be an agent of change.

About the Speaker

Jon is an independent software delivery consultant who helps to build high performance software delivery teams and helps organisations to grow lean, agile and DevOps delivery cultures. He is usually engaged in roles such as scrum master, agile coach and agile delivery lead.

Most recently, Jon has been working with Equal Experts, working in varied environments from public sector to lean start-up ventures.

Prior to this, he had a varied career in many different roles and organisations. Starting out as an application developer, in the past he's turned his hand to database administration, ETL development, tech support and project management, amongst other things.

 @JonFultonUk

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