What: Regional Scrum Gathering Nigeria 2020
Where: Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Scrum Alliance (SA) is excited to announce that Nigeria is hosting the first Scrum Alliance Regional Gathering (SARG) in West Africa. SA is the world’s largest trade association and the most reputable not-for-profit organisation with over one million members, and global conferences that attracts 2000 participants. Their mission is to transform the modern workplace and digital economy.
The signature conference provides a platform for over 350 attendees from Sub-Saharan Africa, Africans in the diaspora and international attendees. It will be transformative and will birth the future of Africa as a continent that can innovate faster than any other space in the world.
The info-packed conference will cover pertinent topics across products and service delivery by over 40 speakers, including world-renowned keynote speakers, in 32 sessions, with a focus on 21st century leadership, digital agile methods for promoting cutting edge innovation, technology and economic of scale. There will also be an executive summit where top technology and business agility leaders will share ideas and experiences with African industry leaders on how to become more future ready, cultivate a perspective on emerging market trends, develop capacity to look ahead and prepare for risks, disruption and opportunities to navigate change. The conference also features pre- and post-conference certification courses on Leadership, Agile and Scrum, Agile Facilitation, Business Agility and Agility in the Enterprise for businesses and IT teams.
Participants will experience two days of unparalleled discovery, learning, and networking. Each day’s event will feature thought leaders, Agile and technology experts sharing their expertise on how to accelerate change, enhance performance, improve business outcomes, and thrive as the world moves to the fourth industrial revolution in the wake of disruptive technologies and markets.
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