We are building great software on an everyday basis, but how many of our projects fail? Are the reasons for every failure unique in every case? Do they appear only in the 20th century with the rise of software engineering? Well, not really. During the talk, we will try to recap the greatest failure of the Swedish Navy of the 17th century, the well-known Vasa ship, and reflect on how we keep going with the same issues.
- Historical retrospective
- What are the lessons from the past?
- How we continue doing them even today
Who may be interested:
BAs, POs — middle + level
SM and PMs — junior-middle level
Director / Head of Business Analysis
Volodymyr is a certified professional bringing structure and order to complex business systems. He is experienced at leading BA teams and activities for all solution lifecycle stages: from ideation and discovery to implementation to performance optimizations. Volodymyr has driven successful projects in several large IT service companies, built holistic BA processes across multiple teams and vendors, and led BA groups in a multi-vendor environment.
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The webinar is free, but the number of participants is limited due to technical reasons.
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