SEAM is a new monthly meet-up focussing on Enterprise Agility, new ways of working which enable enterprises to offer value and opportunity to their customers. Naturally there is a significant focus on technology although it is in the context of the purpose of the enterprise – what organisations are attempting to achieve as well as how to go about it.
Each meet up will be different and will use combinations of the following to provide the aforementioned insights:
- Customer/Business/Technology case studies from organisations leading the way or trying something different
- Presentations and/or demos from thought leaders
- Community participation where everyone has the opportunity to discuss their opinions on relevant subject matter
- Guest speakers from different walks of life who can add different perspectives on achievement of one form or another
Whilst not an exhaustive list, the type of topics we’ll be covering include:
Enterprise objectives, realisation and the management there of
The target SEAM community is a diverse group of people who are interested in all or some of the above. Our aim is to bring people together from all backgrounds including customers, senior management, technologists, business operations and so on.
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