Series rescheduled and delivered online only as Tom Gilb cannot travel to the UK due to Covid-19 pandemic
Tom has generously agreed to make all the course materials available free of charge for a limited time so that you can study in your own time. In addition, he will deliver the essential elements of each training course in this series using GoTo Webinar on the dates below, giving you the chance to ask questions and get help with the exercises.
The video recordings of the sessions all appear in the BCS SPA specialist group playlist on YouTube.
Tom Gilb, the internationally renowned pioneer of agile value delivery, has agreed to provide a series of five workshops in London for un(der)employed individuals wishing to (re-)enter the IT profession.
The overall title is Agile Tools for Value Delivery. Delegates can sign up for any or all of the workshops that make up the course. There is no charge. The training is provided pro bono (i.e. free).
Co-sponsors of the courses are the BCS Business Change and Quality specialist groups.
- 22 April 2020, 6pm - 9pm. Value Requirements: based on a challenging-problem practical-exercise workshop. [Recording] [Slides]
- 29 April 2020, 6pm - 9pm. Value Design: workshop, selecting deign and architecture based on qualities and costs, a serious engineering approach. [Recording] [Slides]
- 13 May, 6pm - 8pm. Value Management: Super Management Techniques. [Recording] [Slides]
- 20 May 2020, 6pm - 8pm. Value Agile: Why the Manifesto is weak, and how to refocus your agile on delivering useful Value to your organization, quickly and quantitatively. [Recording] [Slides]
- 27 May, 6pm - 8pm. Sustainability Planning: How to tailor and clarify the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and other idealistic objectives. [Recording] [Slides]
If you sign up for any of these courses, please ensure that you download the associated course materials and familiarise yourself with them beforehand. These courses were originally designed as two-day or whole-day workshops, but have been condensed into a few hours. The practical work will therefore have to be done as far as possible in your own time.