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The Agile Methods SG are delighted to be hosting this session in collaboration with the BCS’s newly formed Neurodiversity SG.

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The aim of this event is to expand everyone’s horizons and include more diverse perspectives to make our industry more open and creative, reflecting its crucial role and responsibility in society

Our guest speaker Marc Goblot, one of the Neurodiversity SG committee members will discuss his involvement in technology and neurodiversity, sharing a quick overview of neurodiversity and why it matters to us in tech. He’ll also introduce the new specialist group as part of the BCS’s approach to inclusive tech, its objectives, people and emerging plans.

Marc will discuss Agile and how its principles could relate to neuro-inclusive practices. We’ll then have time for some conversation on the topics raised, and facilitate a Questions and Answers discussion.

About the speaker

Marc Goblot

Marc Goblot has over 32 years of professional experience in tech leadership in digital and creative agencies in London and at Accenture in digital experience platform consulting and strategy. Alongside that, he raised an autistic, ADHD and learning-disabled daughter, battling for services and admiring how she learnt to use technology to carve out her way around the unfathomable world. He has since moved into independent practice in digital transformation and solution consulting for non-profits while developing an innovation hub for joint ventures and a startup for disability technology supported by Unltd and The Royal Society of Arts as a Fellow.

He founded the Tech London Advocates Tech For Disability group and is a director at We and AI for public engagement of ethical AI, including disability. He speaks at events like the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Internet and Tech on tech and those disabled and enabled by it, Global Tech Advocates D&Iversity event and London Tech Week.

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This event is brought to you by: BCS Agile Methods specialist group and BCS NeurodiverseIT specialist group

Webinar: A meeting of Agile and Neurodiverse minds - Agile Methods SG
Date and time
Thursday 10 November, 6:00pm - 7:30pm

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