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Essentials for Digital Product Management

Of the 80% of companies attempting digital transformations, what sets apart the 14% that succeed? Traditional project-centered models are being left behind in favor of product-centric ones that are yielding dramatic results. Essential shifts must happen first - this webinar covers what they are and where to begin transformation through digital product management.

– Value streams, products, and functional departments
– Funding projects or funding outcomes?
– Measuring success without scope, time and effort
– Winning by losing command-and-control
– Next steps

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

Sharat Kunduru, Lead Architect - Services
Sharat has spent much of his career focusing on business and systems analysis, integrations architecture and design, development and providing technical leadership. His technical skills and insights have contributed to his reputation for solving complex and complicated technology challenges for leading global companies.
• 15+ years of consulting, implementation experience in PPM/Agile and related technologies help
• SAFe® LPM Certified, Certified Clarity PPM Professional

Ravi Sawant, Global Head of Value Ops at Enterprise Studio
Ravi has led large-scale transformations from implementations and complex migrations to process re-engineering. Key impact areas include digital product management, PPM 2.0 and modern ways of working for seamless integration of strategy, execution and collaboration.
Focus areas: Business agility, enterprise transformations, value-centered delivery and product development.
• 20+ years of consulting in PPM/Agile, Security, Network and Server Management
• Large transformations for dozens of Fortune 100 clients
• More than 150 PPM implementations
• SAFe® LPM, SAFe Scrum Master, PMP, ITIL, Open Group Certified Master IT Architect, PPM & Agile Expert
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravisawant/
Recorded Sep 9 2021 66 mins
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    • Coordinating Zero Trust efforts
    • Network access configuration
    • Incremental implementation suggestions

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    • Practical insights for building on process and empowering your team
    • Typical scenarios
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    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    Erik Goldoff, CISSP Technical Architect, Symantec Global Consulting
    • 20+ years in IT Systems and Security, focusing on anti-malware and security best practices; including,
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    ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

    Andy Czuchry, Jr, Global Strategy, Digital Advisory and Consulting Services, Enterprise Studio
    • 20+ peer-reviewed published articles on enterprise agility, AI, leadership and entrepreneurship
    • Chair of the Business Agility Transformation for a global Community of Excellence

    Marie Kalliney, Global Delivery Director, Digital Advisory and Consulting Services, Enterprise Studio
    • Agile thought leader focused on advancing true business agility and workplace diversity
    • Featured contributor to Forrester Research’s Application Development and Delivery Professionals series

    Laureen Knudsen, Chief Transformation Officer, BizOps, Broadcom
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    • Award-winning business leader with 25+ career
    • Member of the BizOps Coalition and author of the BizOps Manifesto

    Aaron Rusty Lloyd, Global Capability Specialist, BizOps, Broadcom
    • 25+ year award-winning Agile, tool and process implementation veteran
    • Leader of a team of Business Agility and Agile deployment experts
    • ITIL, SAFe and Scrum Certified
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    • Necessary shifts for transforming disruption into opportunity, regardless of the challenge
    • How do the values and principles of the BizOps manifesto inform and influence digital transformation?

    Transformation is no longer a choice; it is an imperative. Architecting a solid transformation agenda that delivers value, executable regardless of disruption, is explored in this webinar.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
    Pierre Viljoen Head, CTO and Global Head of Enterprise Technology and Governance at HCL Enterprise Studio
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    • Senior leadership roles include technology innovation, digital transformation, sales and business development for products and professional services, delivery management, and operations

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    • Business-focused approach to align IT and business portfolios
    • Develops approaches for developing evidence-based results, and coaches in methods for defining objectives and measures
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