Find Your Edge!
Tomorrow – Friday 4 October 2019
Amphitheatre (between C and F block) – QUT Kelvin Grove
149 Victoria Park Rd, Kelvin Grove QLD
The conference starts at 8:30 sharp, please get there early. Registration commences at 7:30 at the Amphitheatre between C and F block, where you can get a name badge, sticker and some other goodies.
All the talks and workshops are in W and B blocks. -> Kelvin Grove Map
There will be food: morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, available in the Amphitheatre. Plus there will be a free tea / coffee available at: Brewed Awakening, the cafe next to the Amphitheatre in C block.
We want to be as environmentally responsible as possible, so please bring a reusable coffee cup and water bottle with you.
For the final session of the day we have the Lean Dabate, if you are keen to be in one of the teams, please let one of the volunteers know.
We are happy to announce some familiar faces are back for 2019 and we welcome some new faces to our keynote line up.
Director of Agile Learning Programs at ICAgile and InfoQ Podcast host
Enterprise Agile Coach, Project Lead at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Phil Gadzinski and Tony Ponton
Heart of Agile Guides | Principal Consultants at Elabor8
WoW Chapter Area Lead at Telstra
The team will be back to record another special episode of the podcast.
LAST Conference is an affordable, grassroots mini-conference for Lean, Agile, and Systems Thinking practitioners. The schedule encourages participation and interaction via talks, workshops, and activities.
LAST is designed to be a platform for cross-discipline collaboration and the development of professional skills and knowledge. The conference is rooted in the lean and agile movements but has a broader remit than just those domains. We are here to help people level up in their professional capabilities.
We encompass software and product development, user and customer experience, leadership and management, organisational design and strategy, project management and process improvement, and innovation and creativity.
By coming together and sharing our knowledge and experiences with each other, we all learn to be better at work and can continue to grow and help others. We look to draw from a variety of fields and experiences to contribute content for the schedule.
People that come to LAST come from all walks of life and contribute together to grow the capabilities of the Australian workforce.
Together we make all of us better.