Managing successful software innovation in NZ – Holger Spill

Many skills are needed to manage the demands of software product development – decisions to be made, the flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances, to balance workflow efficiency with creativity and to manage the personal strain as a start-up founder.

This talk suggests that this is one of the key principles of innovating with software products – recognising and responding to innovation complexity with appropriate new product development strategies and agility. It will outline how the Cyclical Innovation Model (CIM) – which emphasises the complex interactions of innovation – can be used to interpret how successful companies match the way they do business to the challenges they face and the role Agile methodologies play.

Holger Spill is a Development Manager at the Ministry for Primary Industries in Wellington. He has a background in software development management with experience in computer graphics, data visualisation, connecting new and legacy systems and complex problem solving.
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