This is a repost of the email that went out about The Clubhouse.
We thought that we would draw your attention to some of the recordings of sessions that we've had at LAST Conferences over the years since the first one in 2012.
Above - Jason Yip presents on the Agile Fluency Model at LAST conference 2014
Above - Project Forecasting: The 3 Blind Mice - Adrian Fittolani (LAST Conference 2015)
Above: The Good, Bad & Ugly: what we've learned in 10 years of scaling agile - panel discussion at LAST Conf MEL 2019
We have also been recording the talks that have been part of LAST Anywhere in the past three months. You can also find them on the Youtube channel.
This blog post explains what I think the next stage of LAST is shaping up to look like. We are creating something that is going to be called LAST Clubhouse.
I am going to start off with a story about a man who likes ducks…Simon Wardley.
In about 2009, I went to a conference in London that was called The Future of Web Apps. Amongst the more frivolous Web 2.0 subject matter like social networking for dogs and cats, was a talk from Simon Wardley. His talk was a diamond in the rough that covered the commoditization of technologies; how to identify when to build something from scratch, as opposed to using something that someone else has already built, for example.
The talk really stuck with me. I introduced myself to him afterwards and have followed him on Twitter ever since, interested in what followed. What Simon has developed is something that is known as Wardley Mapping.