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Event: Agile business change seminar, 23 Sept 2015

Capita IT Professional Services, member of the DSDM Consortium, is holding a joint event on Agile Business Change to help organisations understand the benefits of agile methods within a complex environment. The seminar will take place at the Grange Hotel in London on Wednesday 23rd September from 6pm.

Through a case study presentation, we wish to demonstrate how the DSDM Project Management Framework has been successfully used to deliver complex change in a demanding environment: replacing the core legacy platform in a merchant bank. This case study will be presented by Andrew Craddock, Director of Product Innovation at the DSDM Consortium and Dan Martland, one of Capita’s Strategic Consultants.

Location: The Grange, Holborn 
50 - 60 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4AR
Date & Time: 23/09/2015 - 6pm – 9pm

Want to join? Please register here.

Why this event?

As an organisation dealing with complex projects and programmes, Capita IT professional services frequently works with clients who need to overcome challenges around accommodating change.

Most projects do not have the benefit of fixed requirements from the beginning; they evolve during the course of the work. Traditional linear projects are poorly equipped to accommodate this without a commensurate increase in effort or costs. Conversely, whilst many organisations recognise the benefits of agility they struggle to fit this approach into the demands of their industry or their financial control mechanisms.

As a progressive organisation, Capita always looks to offer quality tools and techniques to meet their clients’ need. One of the tools we have found valuable is DSDM. The DSDM Project Management Framework is an approach to managing agile projects at scale.

Formed in 1994, the DSDM Consortium promotes and develops the Framework and was one of the signatories to the Agile Manifesto in 2001. The Framework brings proven approaches to coordinating agile work and protecting both the deadlines and budgets which are a necessary part of real-world projects whilst retaining the benefits of agility.

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