Ian Spence, Agile Coach, CTO, and Chief Scientist explains how businesses can adopt more agile ways of working

Concept of agile software development

Working as an Agile Coach, CTO, and Chief Scientist at Ivar Jacobson International, Ian Spence is a well-established figure in the world of tech and will share much of his knowledge in an up and coming webinar series. As a leader in his field, Ian has led large-scale agile transformations and was one of the first European SAFe Program Consultant Trainers (SPCT).

There is a large element of cultural change that’S currently going on. To get the benefits of agility, there needs to be a huge cultural change. BUT It’s just not a cultural change, you’ve got to move these things in parallel with each other. it’s ABOUT getting thEse things working in tandem.

In our new Podcast interview, Ian speaks about his experiences of specialising in large-scale agile adoptions. Drawing on his expert knowledge, Ian has worked with hundreds of projects to introduce iterative and agile practices in sectors as diverse as government, telecommunications, finance, and internet start-ups.

Most recently the world’s leading framework for enterprise agility, the SAFe Fellow inducted Ian Spence into the SAFe Fellow program, which is Scaled Agile’s most prestigious distinction, recognising individuals who have exhibited the highest levels of thought leadership and transformational expertise for implementing the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe).

On March 1st, Ian will present a four-part webinar series sharing real-life examples and best practices for product managers, which will outline the successful long-term success of the agile approach and will run until May 24th.

Having co-authored two highly influential software development books, ”Use Case Modeling” and ”Managing Iterative Software Development Projects, Ian shares his thoughts in this EM360 Podcast interview about how businesses can benefit from agility and drive sustainable change with agile measurements.

WEBINAR: Pragmatic Product Management
A four-part webinar series sharing real-life examples and best practices for product managers