Marcus Evans LTD: Drive Business Value Faster, with Product Centric Value Delivery | October 14

| September 23, 2021
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This webinar, Drive Business Value Faster, with Product Centric Value Delivery, will discuss how businesses are becoming increasingly ‘software-defined’ and their ability to innovate and turn solutions around faster is becoming critical too. Agile and DevOps can make a difference however, these are still largely led by technology, with limited involvement from business.

Is your enterprise agile enough to innovate continuously? Join Marcus Evans LTD for this interactive session with industry leaders to know what they are doing differently and discover limitless possibilities for yourself!

Learning objectives include: how to infuse customer-centricity and business agility with a product-based approach, embed DevSecOps in the value stream, how a data-centric approach can help take quicker decisions with actionable insights and outgrow competition by scaling Agile beyond IT, and enable operating models for hybrid working.

What you need to know:

  • If you are unsure if you can make the date but you like the topic then register to receive copies of the slides and a recording post event

Event Details:

Thursday, October 14

  • Time: 12 – 1 p.m. (EDT)
  • Register: OSCARplus
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