What is the main driver for your digital project? There are many reasons for businesses to keep up with digitalization: to stay competitive, to react faster to technical novelties and changing customer requirements, to make existing processes more efficient by taking them online, or to identify and exploit new business opportunities in the digital world.
Let's exchange on methods and setups that work best to realize it. Are you a business leader or decision maker, who drives the development of a digital product or a digitalization project? Do you have an idea or concept on your table, and think about the best implementation approach? Do you seek exchange on how to build products that your internal or external users love, that stand out in the market, and that can be easily adapted to changing requirements? Join our event!
See the business value of having product management, product design and engineering aligned. What paves the way for realizing great digital solutions, is the interplay of product engineering, product management and product design. Invest half a day and take home best practice and business cases in each discipline, and learn about the business value you gain, when having the three of them equally included and aligned.
Which overarching mindset is needed to make your digital project a success? Where does your product start and where does it end? Which players are involved, or should be? Is it a stand-alone solution or part of a bigger setup or roadmap? Can you put it into a box with a price tag and a delivery date, or is it an ever-evolving thing? Let us show you the iterative, flexible and continuous path we strike when collaborating with technology-driven businesses like Thomas Cook, EFG Bank, Flixbus or Mercedes Pay.
This event targets business leaders and decision makers of medium-sized and large companies, who want to exchange on best practice and the mindset needed for creating great digital solutions. Registrants from competing software developers, consulting companies or hardware vendors will not be accepted.
13:30 Registration 14:00 Welcome 14:15 The Product Revolution 14:30 Product Design: More than just "making it look nice" 15:30 Break 16:00 Engineering: Understanding the business value of DevOps 16:40 Product Management: Lessons from the frontlines 17:20 Wrap-up 17:30 Apéro & Networking
Product Design: More than just "making it look nice" (LinkedIn)
Lisa’s expertise lies in ensuring you build the right product for the market needs. She will explain why methodology matters, and show you the ideal design process with a focus on constant solutions validation, spiced up with some practical examples.
Engineering: Understanding the business value of DevOps (LinkedIn)
Yuryi will center his talk around the concept of Agile DevOps Delivery, and the minimum desired set up a business should build to successfully perform it. The business value of following this approach will be shown in several case studies, where he and his team helped implementing Agile DevOps Delivery.
Product Management: Lessons from the frontlines (LinkedIn)
James will talk about what product management is, and what it is not. He will show you how to get your organization "product ready", and share his experience and practical examples from many years on the product management frontline.
Ciklum liefert Software- und Technologielösungen für Unternehmen - vom schnell wachsenden Startup bis zum Fortune 500. Als Nearshoring-Spezialist sind wir ein One-Stop-Shop für professionelle IT-Services, vom erweiterten Entwicklerteam über Produktentwicklung bis zu Support-Diensten. Ciklum wurde 2002 gegründet und beschäftigt 3’000 Mitarbeiter an zwölf Entwicklungsstandorten in der Ukraine, Polen, Spanien, Weissrussland und Pakistan. Der deutschsprachige Raum wird vom Zürcher und Münchner Office aus betre