- 27th Feb 20 - 28th Feb 20
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: London - Marble Arch
Marble Arch is located on Edgware Road in the heart of the West End.
Central line to Marble Arch Station When you exit the station, turn right on to Oxford Street and then second right on to Edgware Road. etc.venues Marble Arch is in Garfield House, on the right hand side next to the Tescos.
Paddington Station is approximately 20 minutes walk. Use the Praed Street exit and turn left on to Praed Street and continue until you walk on to Edgware Road. Turn right onto Edgware Road and continue towards Marble Arch. Marble Arch is at the other end of Edgware Road on the left. Alternatively bus routes 36 or 436 go from outside Paddington Station on Praed Street and on to Edgware Road and takes approximately 10 minutes to Marble Arch.
Marble Arch sits on many bus routes including 7, 10, 73, 98, 137, 390, 6, 23, 94, 159, 30, 94, 113, 159, 274, 2, 16, 36, 74, 82, 148, 414, 436.
There is a NCP car park situated within close proximity to Marble Arch – visit www.ncp.co.uk for more details.
Trainer: Matt Hosking
Matt is a seasoned agile trainer and transformation agent who is keenly focused on helping organisations deliver the right products and the best user experiences to their customers. Matt started out in project management in the late ’90s working in Capital markets and by 2003 had delivered some of the first agile-built financial web platforms in the UK.
Following that Matt worked across a wide spectrum of industries including spending time working with Boeing on the 787 Dreamliner Programme and in 2009 leading a team to develop one of the first agile-designed data warehouses in the UK. From 2012 to 2014 Matt was part of a team at Travis Perkins implementing one of the first SAFe transformations in the UK, with more recent work including agile change programmes for clients such as Fidelity, William Hill and Vodafone.
Matt has coached a wide range of Agile and Lean methods across the UK, India and Europe and has taken a keen interest in embedding lean thinking into non-technical / non-IT environments where it can prove very powerful, particularly in the micro-business space.