A round table discussion hosted by the Agile Methods SG.
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Are you taking the first steps in your agile career? Or, still considering agile as an option for a first, second or third career?
If so, you’re bound to have questions:
- What career prospects can I expect?
- How do I get off to a good start?
- Which qualifications do I need?
- Can “agile” really be a career or is it just another addition to my toolkit?
The BCS Agile Methods SG round-table will be answering the questions and discussing the topics important to you. Get considered, balanced advice pitched at your level, from a panel with decades of varied experience.
Whether you are joining the workplace for the first time or transitioning to agile from a previous career; starting your agile career or still looking at options – you’ll be most welcome.
Register now to send us your questions and topics for discussion in advance (a special link will be provided). We will also be taking questions on the night.
About the speakers
This event will be a round table discussion with BCS Agile SG committee members:
- Sathpal Singh - FBCS CITP FCMI CMgr FLPI | Organiser at Future of Work Scotland | Chair of BCS Agile Methods | Co-Founder of MakingCommunity podcast | Advisor at Access Agile | Speaker | Engineering Lead | Agile Coach
- Martin Jewiss - Helping teams and leaders make products, services and decisions of lasting impact. Consulting, human-centred design. Early Careers Advocate and Committee Member, Agile Methods Specialist Group, Managing Director of The Familiar and Co-Founder of the Forge Partnership.
- Amaad Qureshi - Secretary of BCS Agile Special Methods Group, Business Development consultant for Actineo Consulting, Learning Connexions & The Familiar, Organiser of Lean Agile London and Lean Agile Global conferences.
- Soheir Ghallab - Chair of the BCS Business Change Specialist Group and Committee Member for multiple BCS groups, including BCSWomen, Entrepreneur SG & Agile Methods SG
- David Crowe - Agilist, Agile researcher, a doctoral candidate in business and management, Inclusion officer BCS Agile Methods SG, Scrum Master and Agile coach at Gallagher.
Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.
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This event is brought to you by: BCS Agile Methods group