Our Project Delivery Director, Andy Tabberer, will be presenting one of his insightful lighting talks at DeliverConf. This will be held at The Comedy Store in Manchester on the 6th/7th March.
Andy has been working in and around digital delivery for many years. He has worked in both the public and private sector with clients ranging from Ride London to IAAF and the DfE. Andy is very passionate about delivery and, most importantly, the quality of work that gets delivered. Until very recently, Andy ran the BIMA DPM meetup in Sunny Liverpool and, when possible, takes great interest in writing or speaking at events like DeliverConf.
Now in its 6th year, DeliverConf is a place where those who care about making great products come together to share their knowledge. You can find out more here.
Andy will be focusing his talk around the following key questions:
What is quality?
What does quality look like?
How do we achieve it?
How do we make it part of our working lives?
The challenge of creating a quality mindset is a major issue for many agencies. While everyone has an idea of what quality means, it can vary from team to team and is viewed and measured through individual performance. Throughout Andy’s talk, he will take on our ‘What’s Your Challenge’ by reflecting on the challenges he has faced with us – we have them, just like the rest of you! Andy will also cover how creating and setting quality goals, as an organisation, can improve delivery.
Finally, he will talk about how to create an environment where people want to do their best work and why discussing quality together is like group therapy. There really will be something for everyone.
We can honestly say, Andy and the Delivery team have held some fantastic quality workshops recently and really brought us together to learn as one team. It is vital to understand that to achieve quality work, you should take on the challenges and work together.
Just a note for your diary, Andy will be delivering his talk on the 7th March.
Tickets are on sale now and you can buy them here.