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Friday, May 5 • 3:55pm - 4:40pm
Optimizing Change Through Constraint Based Experiment Selection

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Agile and lean startup thought leaders keep spouting the mantra, “Fail fast! Fail often!” to encourage an experimentation mindset, but which experiments matter? Which experiments will have a positive and lasting impact on employees? Customers? Products? The theory of constraints can help identify the right experiments to run at the right time to maximize value created and grow a culture of learning.

This lecture is intended for leaders, managers, and change agents seeking to understand how to select and design optimization or investment experiments that accelerate the adoption of an Agile mindset.   

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Matt Barcomb

VP Org Design, LeanDog
Matt Barcomb has over 18 years of experience as a product development leader who takes a pragmatic, systems approach to change. He partners with organizations to help leadership teams develop & deploy strategy, optimize product management & development, and evolve traditional HR... Read More →
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Catherine Swetel

Angry Feminist, C Swetel LLC
Cat has experience applying lean principles in a variety of settings: from startups to large enterprises, warehouses to web, etc. She is passionate about increasing diversity in tech. In her leisure time, Cat enjoys making jokes about Bitcoin, drinking beer, and reading feminist... Read More →

Friday May 5, 2017 3:55pm - 4:40pm
Conference Room E Seating 56: Round