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In 2016 the first the lean event conference took place in Brighton. Feel free to look around the site to get a feel for what happened at the lean event.
We’ve added slides and videos of sessions where they are available but other than that we have left most of the site as it was at the time of the event.see the programme
the lean event is about the practice of innovation in modern business. It’s for leaders, product managers, designers, marketers – as well as their colleagues and collaborators.
Some of the biggest names will take you through the challenges and barriers, the learning points and the winning strategies.
All this in a single-stream conference, offering you plenty of opportunities to network, explore and get inspired.
They bring a global perspective, and lead the debate in lean thinking.
We're announcing new speakers every week. Here are our confirmed speakers.
Jeff is the co-author of "Lean UX" and works with companies around the world to improve their organisational effectiveness.
Melissa speaks and consults globally on product management and user experience.
Johanna is a lean and agile UX practitioner, and an experienced speaker and consultant.
Tendayi works as a strategy and innovation consultant to help large organizations develop their innovation capabilities so that they can innovate like startups.
Jared M. Spool is the founder of User Interface Engineering and a co-founder of Center Centre.
Sophie is a Lean Startup, product management, UX and Agile expert, and director of London-based UX consultancy Baguette UX.Read more
Umesh has been working as a designer for over 15 years and is passionate about helping organisations make “inclusive not exclusive” digital products.
Roman is a leading product management expert specialising in agile and lean practices.
Cennydd Bowles is a digital product designer and writer. He has a decade of experience helping companies realise the benefits of good designe.
Jane has worked as a UX in The City, in start ups, at agencies, in government at GDS and is now Head of UX at The Telegraph.
Chris Matts has over 10 years of experience in investment banking including strategy work as a practitioner rather than as a consultant.
Josh Seiden is a designer, author, coach, and product leader. He works with startups and large companies to create new digitally-enabled products and services.
Ben Yoskovitz is an entrepreneur, angel investor and author. In 2013 hee co-wrote Lean Analytics, a book designed to help people use data to build companies faster.
Jiri leads UX across Telegraph’s mobile apps, where he is responsible for improving the current applications. Previously Jiri was part of the BBC Research & Development team, and he has also worked on a range of products for National Rail Enquiries, Freesat, Canon and American Express.
Dana Chisnell is a UX research nerd (her words) and an elections geek who has trained thousands of people, including government workers, to test their designs.
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