Through this collaborative workshop with Arctiq and GitHub, attendees will explore themes in cross-team enablement, how to break down silos, and what is driving the software economy. This half-day, instructor-led program will walk project team members, development managers, and senior leadership through best practices on collaboration, transparency, and openness in the following areas:
- Being Competitive in Software Economy
- Establishing a collaborative Culture
Join us for a fresh catered casual lunch at the Arctiq office, and we will quickly dive into the topics for the afternoon. These are very popular events, so be sure to confirm your seat!
In 2011, Marc Andreessen famously opined “Software is Eating the World.” True to that, software has become the integral, focal point of many businesses: Whether we write and use analytic software to make more informed business decisions, use automation-oriented software to take care of repeatable tasks, or simply replying to messages with an email client, we are increasingly dependent, as a business, on the software we use and develop in our organization.
So, how do we we remain competitive? In Being Competitive in Software Economy we’ll discuss the rise of the new economy, and how organizations that have not traditionally relied on software, can be competitive and drive innovation and growth in their respective industries.
As organizations grow, so do the number of projects. These projects are critical to meeting business goals and objectives. The majority of the projects are software or IT related as the organization is modernizing, and evolving through technology transformation. To be successful, this change requires collaboration from various groups, both internal and external.