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Wednesday, 18 September 2019

9:30am – 5:30pm Conference Day Sessions

A programme of talks, panels and ask-me-anything (AMA) sessions led by tech leaders from across start-up, corporate and public sector environments.

Empowered and supported teams can create awesome technology.

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THINKING sessions...

  • PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY - Why do we need it? (Gitte Klitgaard)

  • EMPATHY FOR HOW THE COMPUTER WILL EXECUTE YOUR CODE. But, no empathy for your team mates? Are you kidding me?!? (Ken Lewis)

  • EVERYONE HAS MENTAL HEALTH (Gem Hill, BBC)

GROWING sessions...

  • GROWING OUR TECH TEAMS OF TOMORROW (Simon Prior, Camelot)

  • GROWING YOUR CAREER A model for decoding your impact (Dan Ashby, Photobox & Alasdair Clark, Facebook)

  • HOW DO WE GET A WORLD WITHOUT DIVERSITY PROGRAMMES? (Ezechi Britton, Code Untapped/ImpactX)

CHANGING sessions...

  • WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG? An ethical perspective on our technology-driven world (Fiona Charles, Quality Intelligence)

  • THE DIGITAL EVOLUTION OF THE CPS (KJ Rower, Crown Prosecution Service)

  • EPIPHANY AND APOPHANY (Liz Keogh, Lunivore)

SHAPING sessions...

  • GROWING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY Without losing our community ethics and culture. (Rosie Sherry, Ministry of Testing)

  • PEOPLE NEED STRATEGY. AUTOMATA NEED PLANS (James Lyndsay, Workroom Productions)

  • CREATING A CULTURE OF QUALITY. (Nayana Shetty, Financial Times)

  • THE SECRET SAUCE OF SOFTWARE DELIVERY IN A DISRUPTIVE INDUSTRY. (David Kavanagh, prev. CTO Purple Bricks)

SEEKING sessions (in the tent)

  • TOXINS. The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse (Victoria Morgan-Smith, Financial Times)

  • PILATES (Beccy West)

  • MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID (Gem Hill, BBC)

  • IMPORTANCE OF MOVEMENT (Katie Mason)

St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

Thursday, 19 September 2019

9:00am – 5:30pm Deep Dive Day Sessions

In a small group of around 20 attendees you will have the experience of four in-depth sessions with industry leaders and the opportunity to work through specific situations affecting your own teams.
Engaged leaders can inspire their teams to create awesome technology.

TOPICS:

  • Safety - Gitte Klitgaard

  • Cynefin - Liz Keogh

  • Bridge Building - Lisa Crispin

  • Ethics - Fiona Charles

St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace