The 7 Deadly Sins of Implementing Agile London Event

La Fosse Associates and Intechnica are hosting an evening of engaging debate about Agile implementation, drawing upon practical experiences across a variety of industries to highlight the common pitfalls – or as Intechnica describe, the 7 deadly sins.

Agile methodology expert and Psychologist Rod Armstrong will be joined by Intechnica’s Technology MD Richard Hilsley to lead you through the sins of implementing Agile and provide alternatives that are sure to spark lively discussion.


Event: The 7 Deadly Sins of Implementing Agile

Date: Thursday 28 March 2019

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Venue: Fora, 9 Dallington St, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 0LN


This event for Senior Business Leaders (CxOs, Directors, Head of Product and Head of Development) and is suitable for people who work in product and technology.


Agile has become the standard label for any organisation delivering software, but often it is misunderstood and implemented or maintained incorrectly. The 7 Deadly Sins of Implementing Agile will examine the most common reasons why organisations fail to see the benefits of adopting Agile working methodology.


About Rod Armstrong

Rod has over 20 years’ experience working within technology delivery across many industries and a range of roles. Over the last 15 years, he has been using Agile methodologies to drive delivery effectiveness, ensuring expectations are managed and results are communicated.

As a psychologist by training, Rod is very focused on the behavioural changes required to successfully implement Agile. Over recent years Rod has moved into a coaching role where he ensures Agile approaches are embedded across organisations.


About Richard Hilsley

Richard has over 25 years’ experience in technology, the past 15 years in senior leadership roles running technology departments, setting strategy and managing development and operations in complex environments.

He has worked in numerous sectors and experienced a variety of workplace cultures across financial services, eCommerce, travel and gaming organisations – with teams ranging in size from a handful of in-house engineers to over 300 globally. Everywhere he works, Richard brings a passion for driving change, particularly organisation transformation, and improving the productivity and general health of engineering teams.


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