Business Agility Leaders Join an Interactive Two-Day Conference in New York

The Agile movement is set to transform organizations of all sizes in 2017

Business Agility 2017

More global leaders are joining the line-up at the world’s first ever Business Agility conference. Held at the New York Marriott Marquis on February 23rd and 24th, Business Agility 2017 has attracted a panel of the biggest names in the global agile community, including Bill Joiner, Steve Denning, Bjarte Bogsnes, Pat Reed, and Doug Kirkpatrick.

In addition, a new, deep-dive session will be chaired by a panel of experts who have championed business agility in their organizations: Chad Lindbloom, CIO of C.H. Robinson, Matt Anderson, Director of the Service Management Office - Cerner, Paul Madden, Head of Product Development at Ericsson, and Jonathan Smart, Head of Development Services & Agility Lead at Barclays Group.

The principles of business agility stem from the IT sector and promote entrepreneurial thinking among large corporations. The Agile movement knows that in an age of rapid technological, political, and societal change, companies need to be nimble from the ground up.

Speakers will cover the full spectrum of lean and agile transformation, from embracing change to developing leadership strategies, structuring a company for agility, compliance, budgeting and accounting strategies, HR policies and innovation.

Delegate registrations are currently open, and passes can be purchased at

All conference speakers and the conference organizers, Evan Leybourn and Ahmed Sidky, are available for interviews.

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Two days of authentic short stories and facilitated deep dives
on business agility; focusing on organisational design,
market disruption and product innovation,
agile outside IT and next-gen leadership.