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LAST Conference Canberra 2017

When?
Thu 14 September 2017
9:00 am – 4:30 pm AEST
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Where?
ANU Commons – Australian National University
3 Rimmer Street
Canberra, ACT 2601
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LAST Conference is an affordable, community based mini-conference for Lean, Agile, and Systems Thinking practitioners. The event encourages participation and interaction via talks, workshops and activities.

The event is aimed at practitioners who are working with lean, agile, or systems thinking techniques. The event is run by practitioners from the Australian agile community.

There is always lots going on at once, and the aim is that by the time people get to the end of event drinks, they are tired, yet buzzing with inspiration about the ideas exchanged with their peers.This is the first time the event has been held in Canberra. 2017 will be the sixth edition of the Melbourne version, the second time for Sydney, and will run in Brisbane for the first time as well.

Why LAST?

LAST stands for “Lean, Agile, Systems Thinking”.

Who should come?

The event is targeted at practitioners who want to extend their knowledge and share their experiences with other practitioners in a collaborative and interactive environment.

People who will get a lot out of the day include: Developers, Product Managers, Business Analysts, Product Owners, Designers, UX Designers, Iteration Managers, Testers, Scrum Masters, CTOs, Project Managers, Trainers and Coaches. Technical and non-technical practitioners are welcome.

The emphasis is on:

  • gaining inspiration from fellow practitioners
  • sharing of practical skills
  • real experiences of lean and agile adoption
  • the latest in systems thinking practice

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Stephen Bounds

Stephen Bounds is an Information and Knowledge Management Specialist with a wide range of experience across the government and private sectors. As founding editor of RealKM and Executive, Information Management at Cordelta, Stephen provides clear strategic thinking along with a hands-on approach to help organisations successfully develop and implement modern information systems.

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