Leadership in agile environments

💡 Agile is a mindset that empowers organisations and employees, creating high performing teams. The key benefits of agile working are recognised as increased customer satisfaction, faster time to market, greater innovation and increased employee engagement.

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Speakers

Sara Sharkey CBE

Sara Sharkey is an experienced leader in defence IT and digital services who served for 30 years in the British Army before joining Deloitte in 2021. Her Army career encompassed electronic warfare, operational deployments, training and leadership mentoring and for the last decade application development and cloud services.

She led the start-up of what is now emerging as the UK Defence Digital Foundry enabling Defence to shift to dynamic software delivery. Sara also led the delivery of secure cloud services at an enterprise scale within Defence as well providing pioneering leadership into  Medical and Identity IS transformation programmes.

Natasha Bradley

Natasha has worked in the IT industry for over 12 years and has a good understanding of technology and how it can be used to overcome business challenges.

Before joining Inform, Natasha ran a sales and marketing business for five years, delivering services to a range of Microsoft partners in the UK.

Natasha has innovative ideas on how to use technology and is working with several large NHS trusts to introduce new ways of working with Microsoft Teams.

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This event was live on 25 January 2022, 10:00am

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