Meet us at Lean and Agile ME Summit 2016
Lean and Agile Middle East (Agile ME) and Heriot-Watt University Dubai Campus (HWUD) are pleased to announce the 2nd annual event – Lean and Agile Middle East Summit 2016 – that will be held on March 19th, 2016 at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort in Dubai, UAE. This is a one day event with three parallel tracks of talks, interactive workshops and keynote speeches by awesome people Jurgen Appelo and Dave West. And we are also happy to support this event with a keynote speech.
The middle East and the Asian Pacific areas show a lot of emerging countries, increasingly driving fast innovation and disruptive technologies. These areas have been fast followers of the well known innovation spaces in the Western parts of the United States. And many of these countries are now about running for the global lead in shaping the new digital economy. The fact, that these countries are not anymore pure offshore alternatives for Europe, but rather taking over a global lead in innovation and delivery of high-tech applications, may be seen as a warning signal for European countries, being pushed towards place number 3 in the economical ranking.
For us its is a natural step building bridges together with a great variety of partners in these emerging markets. With our activities in the Middle East and APAC areas and our latest reach out to California’s Silicon Valley, we are also able to help fostering our European client’s position towards a next competitive level throughout a transformation programs, we are engaged with in the heart of Europe.
In case you want to meet us throughout public events, such as conferences, workshops and trainings in the Middle East and APAC areas, follow our ongoing activities (for example #KanbanTour16), stay in touch via our newsletter or simply drop us your note in case of specific questions.
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