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SkillsCast

Exploring the connections between Lean IT and Cynefin

16th January 2018 in London at CodeNode

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Cynefin. System Thinking and Complexity have emerged as an essential concept towards agility in the knowledge work of IT. Complexity is best addressed by Probing and Sensing through experimentation cycles, as brilliantly introduced by Mike and Karl at our first meet-up. Yet experimentation is only possible if you can iterate quickly and cheaply, which is why DevOps is so essential. Dealing with the Simple things efficiently, simplifying and being more effective over the Complicated things so much of the brain bandwidth can be directed towards the Complex things. 

The enterprise needs to organise continuous Experimentation cycles to innovate and Industrialisation cycles to do it competitively. Lean IT is not THE solution to the range of Complexity we are dealing with. But it brings contributions to addressing those themes. So, we will aim to explore such connections and how far Lean Thinking is helping. For our second meet-up, we will aim to run a more interactive session as a Lean Coffee to explore the flows of Industrialisation and Experimentation in IT and how to deploy Lean Thinking and Complexity Thinking in organisations. Please submit your questions on this board. We will introduce the subject / gather more questions and address them as a panel. The audience will be welcomed to participate and share your own experiences. Jon will also contribute his experience, joining the panel.

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Exploring the connections between Lean IT and Cynefin

Philippe Guenet

Philippe has been involved with Digital change from the early days of the Internet (nearly 25 years) and has led the initiation and delivery of significant change initiatives for clients such as Legal & General, Vodafone, O2, Ladbrokes, M&S, HSBC, Barclays, etc. Now working as an independent Coach/Consultant, Philippe is using innovative methods to help businesses shape, plan and deploy their digital strategy, organisation change, lean-agile operating model, and most importantly develop their people and leadership. Philippe is a trained systemic coach (ORSC), complexity & systems thinker (Cynefin™ / VSM), Digital delivery manager, and a seasoned Lean and Agile practitioner. Philippe is the founder and organiser of London’s Digital Leadership meet-up

Richard Atherton

Richard Atherton is coach, leader and educator with over 15 years of experience in orchestrating change in complex organisations. In addition to his deep experience in leading at all levels of the organisation, Richard delivered the first ever Lean Change Management certified facilitator training in the UK. Whilst he began with software teams, amongst others, Richard has worked with sales teams, news desks and administrators to help them become radically more responsive.

SkillsCast

Cynefin. System Thinking and Complexity have emerged as an essential concept towards agility in the knowledge work of IT. Complexity is best addressed by Probing and Sensing through experimentation cycles, as brilliantly introduced by Mike and Karl at our first meet-up. Yet experimentation is only possible if you can iterate quickly and cheaply, which is why DevOps is so essential. Dealing with the Simple things efficiently, simplifying and being more effective over the Complicated things so much of the brain bandwidth can be directed towards the Complex things. 

The enterprise needs to organise continuous Experimentation cycles to innovate and Industrialisation cycles to do it competitively. Lean IT is not THE solution to the range of Complexity we are dealing with. But it brings contributions to addressing those themes. So, we will aim to explore such connections and how far Lean Thinking is helping. For our second meet-up, we will aim to run a more interactive session as a Lean Coffee to explore the flows of Industrialisation and Experimentation in IT and how to deploy Lean Thinking and Complexity Thinking in organisations. Please submit your questions on this board. We will introduce the subject / gather more questions and address them as a panel. The audience will be welcomed to participate and share your own experiences. Jon will also contribute his experience, joining the panel.

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Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speakers

Exploring the connections between Lean IT and Cynefin

Philippe Guenet

Philippe has been involved with Digital change from the early days of the Internet (nearly 25 years) and has led the initiation and delivery of significant change initiatives for clients such as Legal & General, Vodafone, O2, Ladbrokes, M&S, HSBC, Barclays, etc. Now working as an independent Coach/Consultant, Philippe is using innovative methods to help businesses shape, plan and deploy their digital strategy, organisation change, lean-agile operating model, and most importantly develop their people and leadership. Philippe is a trained systemic coach (ORSC), complexity & systems thinker (Cynefin™ / VSM), Digital delivery manager, and a seasoned Lean and Agile practitioner. Philippe is the founder and organiser of London’s Digital Leadership meet-up

Richard Atherton

Richard Atherton is coach, leader and educator with over 15 years of experience in orchestrating change in complex organisations. In addition to his deep experience in leading at all levels of the organisation, Richard delivered the first ever Lean Change Management certified facilitator training in the UK. Whilst he began with software teams, amongst others, Richard has worked with sales teams, news desks and administrators to help them become radically more responsive.