Do you have a great idea but need help to implement or scale it?
Are you intrigued to find out how to address the uncertainty of innovation through knowledge management?
Are you wanting to learn more about the importance of trust and motivation in the new ways of working?
At this meetup Lee Foster and Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans will share what they have learnt over the years from the research and their innovation experience in the real world.
Lee will share her knowledge and experience gathered over years of trying to innovate in a conservative environment of the water industry. Her frustrations led her to do a 4 year long deep dive into the theory of innovation at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
From this session you will take away:
An appreciation for how behaviours like trust and motivation can influence innovation success
An understanding of the principles describing how innovation and knowledge can work together to achieve successful innovative outcomes
Your own ‘Knowledge Canvas’ that maps out how your idea will develop with knowledge in mind (online exercise)
As the research and framework development is ongoing – we are looking for organisations to take part in our Case Study Program and try the concepts on their innovation initiatives.
About the speakers
Lee Foster, CEO and Founder of Innovate Wisely. Lee is a professional and practicing engineer with two post-graduate degrees and 25 years experience in engineering and project management. Lee completed a Master of Philosophy in 2018 through QUT, where she investigated: ‘Why innovation can be difficult in projects and project-based organisations’. Since then Lee has been turning her research into something practical that organisations can easily apply.
Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans, Founder/CEO BIGJUMP & Co-Founder Innovate Wisely, is an experienced and collaborative Project Manager & Coach. He is specialised in helping organisations become more innovative & agile, so they can thrive in an increasingly uncertain and complex world.
This event is Innovate Wisely, BIGJUMP, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Lean Startup Perth Meetup and Women in Agile Brisbane Meetup.
Agile: Scrum Master 2 day Classroom Course for PSM-I Exam (scrum.org)
The Professional Scrum Master (PSM I) certification is one of the most recognised and respected credentials in the Agile space.
Our updated classroom course not only prepares you to pass this difficult exam, but also gives you a hands-on experience to learn how Scrum operates through a well designed in-class group simulation. This course has been updated to reflect the changes in the Scrum Guide that was released in November 2020.
Even if you work in an environment that uses SCRUM, you will likely learn so much about how it should work and why certain practices are essential.This course helps you to pass the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master exam.
This training course is for individuals who work as part of a Scrum Team or interact with Scrum Teams as stakeholders.
Extra Benefits of Attending
Very high pass rate: 98% of our students pass the PSM I the first time!
Personalised assistance if you need extra help to understand concepts
You will earn 14 PDUs
If you do not have two (2) business days to be in a classroom training, BIGJUMP offers affordable Online course options for AU$275 (incl. GST)
Attract.ai is a startup that is working to transform the way businesses think about hiring. Mike & Ben will be talking about how they approach product development as a bootstrapped startup.
how they got here (Minimal Viable Product (MVP -> Today’s Product). The good, the bad, the ugly
examples of product feature implementation from ideation to customer usage
prioritising MTTR over MTTF & continuous deployment
zero (or minimal) software product testing
how their approach to Artificial Intelligence (AI) has evolved over time
MTTR – Mean Time To Repair: Amount of time required to repair a system and restore it to full functionality MTTF – Mean Time To Failure: Length of time that an item is expected to last in operation until it fails (used for non-repairable systems).
Below are two articles that can give you a taste of what attract.ai is about:
About the speakers
Mike Keating has 11+ years experience in IT recruitment, leading and building high performing sales teams for Robert Half Australia. Previously to Attract.ai, he ran his own boutique tech recruitment agency working with tier 1 startups and enterprise businesses across Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne.
Ben Ihle has 18+ years experience within the software industry in both leadership and hands-on roles, at companies like TNS (acquired by Mastercard) and Wotif (acquired by Expedia). Ben was running a software freelancing business prior to starting Attract.ai with Mike.
This event is co-hosted with Agile Brisbane Meetup and supported by GO1 and BIGJUMP – Bringing Innovation to Life