Category: Cost of Delay

Agile Greece Summit 2016 #AGRS16

I recently presented at Agile Greece in September 2016.  It was a great experience to finally travel to Greece – my neighbour country – and meet a lot of amazing people who are passionate about improving the way we delivery products and services. There were some great speakers from various organisations Spotify, King, Ericsson and others who shared their experiences and… Read more →


We’re coming to Orlando! Serious teams, developers, managers and executives from over 40 countries are about to descend on an unsuspecting Orlando, Florida. There’ll be over 1,800 attendees exploring more than 240 talks and workshops from some world-class experts. We have been invited to run a workshop (details below) on Monday, July 28 (14:00 – 15:15). According to the conference schedule we will be… Read more →

#LKNA14 San Francisco May 5-8, 2014

We’re coming to San Francisco! Looking forward to hearing some fantastic speakers talk about modern management methods and share a few stories and thoughts of our own. We’ve got a couple of slots: The first will be a talk on Tuesday about Black Swan Farming — tilting the playing field to discover, nurture and speed up the delivery of value.… Read more →

#MIXIT14 – Prioritising ideas using Cost of Delay

Özlem Yüce is coming to Lyon, France to speak at MIXIT14! How can we survive in a world where stakeholders want it all – and they want it yesterday? Are you tired of conflicting priorities and mechanisms that do not give your clear focus? Then this session is for you! At the end of Özlem’s session, you will leave with… Read more →

#SoftwarePassion Conference

I was asked to speak at Software Passion Summit after a friend and colleague of mine, Portia Tung, was unable to make it. This was my first time speaking at a conference 🙂 When: 19th March 2012, 2 days Where: Göteborg, Sweden. Description Software Passion Summit is a developer conference with a passion for software development. The Software Passion Summit is going… Read more →