|CFP closed at||June 01, 2016 00:00 UTC|
Lean Agile Scotland returns for its fifth year in October 5th, 6th & 7th 2016 and the Call for Papers (CfP) is now open.
Set in the state of the art John McIntyre Conference Centre in Edinburgh and hosting thought leaders, practitioners from around the globe. Celebrating its 5th birthday, Lean Agile Scotland is recognised as one of the leading Lean and Agile conferences in the world.
We are looking for a broad range of topics, taking a holistic view of what it takes to make great software products. If you have a session idea that you think will challenge our attendees to think differently why not sign up and submit?
The lists below is a guide to the sort of things we believe our audience would be interested in hearing about. This is by no means exhaustive! If your subject of passion is not there and you think we’d be interested go ahead and submit it.
Kanban, Real Options, Cynefin. Agile at Scale. Value Chain Mapping. Systems Thinking. Complexity Science. Lean Startup. Lean UX. Design Thinking. Design Ethnography. Lean Product Development. Innovation Games. Software Craftsmanship. Continuous Delivery. Scrum. Extreme Programming. Behaviour Driven Development. No Estimates …
Our Code of Conduct
Your submission will need to adhere to our code of conduct, you can find it at leanagile.scot/code-of-conduct/
Our CfP closes at the end of May and we will endeavour to notify you by mid late June. As always it depends greatly on the number of submissions we receive.
When you submit a session: - Please fill out the CfP form completely - List all additional speakers including means of online contact - We always welcome it if speakers leave 5-10 minutes for questions from the audience
If you submit a workshop, please state: - How many people can participate in the workshop - What is the minimum/maximum/ideal time length for the workshop - What infrastructure/material does the workshop require - Workshops will be between 60 and 120 minutes, but we should be able to accommodate one or two longer ones
- Our CfP closes on the 31 May 2016 at 23:59 GMT
- All talks will be video recorded and published via our Vimeo channel