2 DAY CONFERENCE

P3X - People, Product & Process eXchange 2018

Thursday, 8th - Friday, 9th November in London

39 experts spoke.
Overview


Bridge the gap between business and technical teams with better collaboration

As Agile and BDD have evolved, so has the conversation we have about them.

P3X builds on the success of our longest running conference, Agile and BDD eXchange, broadening the conversation with three core themes: People, Product & Process. The flexibility of these three tracks allows you to cherry-pick the talks most relevant to you, or try something completely new.

People

Maximise human potential

A look at how collaboration between business and technical teams maximises our potential: from diversity and collective intelligence to factors that help us collaborate more effectively.

Product

Explore products and align vision

What are the ways in which we frame, slice, understand and explore the intent of product evolution?

Process

Deliver globally-relevant outcomes

A look at the practices, tools, models and techniques that help us deliver outcomes that change the world.

Over two days, a mixture of stimulating talks and practical workshops will equip you with the knowledge to apply effective collaboration to an aligned vision, resulting in real-world outcomes.

Enjoy engaging keynotes by Antony Marcano (co-founder of River Glide), Dr. Sallyann Freudenberg (co-founder and Director of Cucumber Ltd.), Paul Rayner (of Vertical Genius LLC), Janet Gregory (Dragonfire Inc.), agility coach Gitte Klitgaard, and originator of Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD), Dan North. Over the two days, meet passionate people who work in the same areas that you do and take away new ideas from our large panel of speakers who will dive into a range of topics, from establishing modern QA practices in lean startups to migrating to microservices.

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You'll learn how to:

  • Align business and technical teams towards the same vision
  • Remove wastage from development processes
  • Remove opportunities for misunderstanding
  • Identify the quickest path to value
  • Maximise opportunities for feedback and learning
  • Maximise the effectiveness of all disciplines within a cross-functional team


Who should attend?

P3X offers value to everyone in the software development cycle.

Past attendees include: Agile/Scrum Practitioners, Product Managers, Team Leads, Developers/Engineers, Software Architects.

No prior knowledge of Agile, BDD or TDD is required. Explore the programme to find your ideal track.



Featured


Paul Rayner

Paul Rayner

Janet Gregory

Janet Gregory

Gitte Klitgaard

Gitte Klitgaard

Dan North

Dan North

Sallyann Freudenberg

Sallyann Freudenberg

Antony Marcano

Antony Marcano

Martine Devos

Martine Devos

Jenny Martin

Jenny Martin


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Programme

Day 1: Thursday 8th November

Don't miss these inspiring talks!

Track People - Room: CMD Product - Room: ALT/TAB Process - Room: CTRL
08:30

Registration & Breakfast Refreshments

09:00

P3X Opening & Welcome

09:15
KEYNOTE

Keynote: 3 Lenses of Agility – People, Product & Process (And what we might miss if we don't look through all of them)

Antony Marcano

All levels


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10:00

Coffee Break

10:15

Track Lead: What Goes on in Brains: How an Understanding of Neuroscience Makes a Difference When you Advocate Agility

Kate Gray

All levels


community-building neuroscience communications leadership transformation p3x

Track Lead: Breaking the Black Box - Making Experts Awesome

Pete Buckney

All levels


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Track Lead: Every Process Needs Thoughtful Participants

Seb Rose

All levels


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11:00

Coffee Break

11:15

Neurodiversity an Untapped Resource for Innovation

Nancy Evbuomwan


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Establishing Modern QA practices In Lean Startups

Isha Soni

Intermediate


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2

Predicting & Influencing with Kanban Metrics

Adam Scott and Steve Purkis

Intermediate


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11:35

Can You Be Too Honest? Experiments in Better Productivity through Transparency

Peter Marriott

All levels


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Approval Testing - Test Automation as Behaviour Change Management

Geoff Bache

Intermediate


agile agility test-maintenance legacy-code system-testing acceptance-testing test-automation approval-testing

People put the P in Persona - Humanising the Research Process

Roisi Proven

All levels


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11:55

Lunch

13:00
KEYNOTE

Keynote: Wait - So I can go to the Party AND Stay at Home? - A Tale of Remote Mobbing, Collaboration and Inclusivity

Dr. Sallyann Freudenberg

All levels


agile agility keynote remote-mobbing inclusivity people collaboration p3x
13:45

Coffee Break

14:00

Track Lead: Insights From Teams in Nature: Why Do Most Wolves Live in Packs?

Sarah Templey

Intermediate


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Track Lead: Testing for Bias

Adam Leon Smith

Intermediate


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Track Lead: Continuous Behavior – BDD in Continuous Delivery

Gaspar Nagy


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14:45

Coffee Break

15:15

Knowing Me Knowing you.... Ahaaaaa!

Jenny Martin

All levels


agile flow people p3x

BDD Alchemy: Change your Heavy Lead (Pb) Code into Pure Gold (Au)

Philippe Bourgau

Beginner


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A Chaotic Journey to a Vague (Yet Effective) Process

Chris Parsons


agile coaching team-building
15:35

Coffee Break

15:50
2

Workshop: Map Your Values: Connect & Collaborate

Steve Purkis and Tony Piper

Beginner


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Workshop: The Answer to “How?” is “Yes!” (Peter Block)

Martine Devos

All levels


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Workshop: 'OOPSI Mapping Workshop' at P3X

Jenny Martin

Intermediate


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17:20

Beer Break

17:50
KEYNOTE

Keynote: Fighting the Invisible Enemy

Paul Rayner

All levels


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18:35

#P3X Party with Pizza and Beer!

Day 2: Friday 9th November

Don't miss these inspiring talks!

Track People - Room: CTRL Product: Room - ALT/TAB Process: Room - CMD
08:30

Registration & Breakfast Refreshments

09:00

Welcome to Day 2

09:15
KEYNOTE

Keynote: What’s Process Got to do with Quality?

Janet Gregory

All levels


agile agility keynote quality-measures development-process process
10:00

Coffee Break

10:15

Track Lead: 7 Lessons From Science That Will Improve Team Collaboration

Alan Furlong


agile agility p3x people collaboration

Track Lead: Interviewing Domain Experts: Heuristics From the Trenches

Cyrille Martraire

Intermediate


architecture agility bizdev ddd bdd po domain-expert specs

Track Lead: A Process Fit for People, Product and Purpose

Chris Young


purpose people agile p3x process
11:00

Coffee Break

11:15

Help! My Co-Worker is Autistic!?

Dennie Declercq

All levels


agile agility neurodiversity people p3x

BDD: From Definity to Beyond

Sharon McGee

Intermediate


agile agility causal-theory testing business-scenarios acceptance-criteria user-stories bdd

Changing Mindsets: Developers can Understand the Business too!

João Rosa

Beginner


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11:35

Continuous Feedback or Die: Surviving the Age of Disruption

Emma Obanye

All levels


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Crunching 'Real-Life Stories' with DDD Event Storming and Combining it with BDD Techniques

Kenny Baas-Schwegler

Intermediate


agile examplemapping event-storming bdd domain-driven-design dddesign

The Naked Truth About Migrating to Microservices

Régis Déau

Intermediate


agile api microservice p3x
11:55

Lunch

13:00
KEYNOTE

Keynote: Enabling Teams to Embrace Change

Gitte Klitgaard

All levels


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13:45

Coffee Break

14:00
2

Negotiating for Your Life: How to Get More of What You Want from Difficult Situations

Portia Tung and Tom Roden

Beginner


agility p3x agile negotiation

Track Lead: Extremely Incremental Product Delivery

Konstantin Kudryashov


agile agility bdd product p3x

Track Lead: Brainstorms are Dead! - How 'Design Sprints' are Revolutionising 'Design Thinking' and Helping Companies Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas Quickly

Paul Stringer


agile track-lead process p3x
14:45

Coffee Break

15:00

Workshop: Breathwork: The Science to a Better State of Being

Richie Bostock

All levels


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Lego Serious Play Workshop

Jenny Martin

All levels


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Workshop: The Power of Coaching

Portia Tung

All levels


agile becoached improvement coaching
16:00

Beer Break

16:15
KEYNOTE

Keynote: SWARMing: Scaling Without A Religious Methodology

Daniel Terhorst-North

All levels


agile methodology people management agility scaling keynote
17:00
KEYNOTE

Wrap Up Session

Ariel Horn


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17:15

#P3X 2018 ENDS - SEE YOU IN 2019!

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