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with Barry O'Reilly and Rouan Wilsenach
ThoughtWorks Johannesburg - Monday, 31st August, 2015
Lean Enterprise Talk
Meet the co-author of Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organizations Scale.
By 2025, 75% of the companies in S&P 500 will be replaced. In 1960, the average lifespan of a company on the list was 61 years. In 1980, it was 25 years. Today, it’s 18.
The pace of change is accelerating. Organizations must continually revisit the question, "What businesses are we in, and how can we organize to maximize our long-term potential?"
Find out how you can lead in the era of disruption with the co-author of Lean Enterprise Barry O’Reilly and local ThoughtWorker Rouan Wilsenach. They will share pragmatic strategies on navigating the most troublesome and counterintuitive aspects of scaling innovation. Gain insights into processes, portfolio and financial management practices, and organizational design and culture that will help you unleash innovation.
Space is limited, reserve your spot today.
ThoughtWorks, 17 Melle Street, 2nd Floor, Braamfontein
Parking available at Arbour Square, 86 Juta Street
6:00 pm — Registration
6:30 pm — Talks
7:30 pm — Networking, Food and Drinks
|Barry O'Reilly||Co-Author - Lean Enterprise, Principal - ThoughtWorks||
Barry O'Reilly is a Principal at ThoughtWorks. He consults with leading global organizations on continuous improvement using lean and agile practices and principles. His passion is business model innovation, product development, organizational design, and cultural transformation.
|Rouan Wilsenach||Senior Consultant - ThoughtWorks Johannesburg||
Rouan Wilsenach is a software developer from Johannesburg. He's passionate about writing code that makes an impact in people's lives, which is part of why he enjoys being a ThoughtWorker. Rouan has worked as an Agile coach, helping teams hone their Agile engineering skills.
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