14:30 – 16:30
Dept Tech Day
Accelerate growth as a tech-driven organisation
The roles of technology, IT and development teams are critical to meeting continuously changing customer expectations. On DEPT® Tech Day, we’ll talk to leading digital companies about what it takes to create a developer-first culture and organisation.
Organisations often fail to meet the needs of increasingly important digital teams. But it’s essential to create a culture and organisation in which developers, engineers and other digital experts are empowered to deliver their best work.
DEPT® Tech Day is the event for digital and IT leaders who want to better connect their business and the rapidly changing and expanding role of the people in it.
Four key takeaways:
– How to become a tech-driven organisation
– Creating a developer-first culture
– Attracting and retaining the right tech talent
– The impact, challenges and opportunities of becoming a tech focused organisation
Spotify: Creating a developer-first culture
We’ll talk to Spotify about how it ensures its culture and organisation is developer-focused. You’ll find out what they do to attract the best tech talent, and how they create a culture in which teams have autonomy while working on one integrated platform.
Panel – KPN, Ahold Delhaize, DAS, and Univé: How to transform your organisation into a tech company
Not every IT department has the luxury of starting from scratch, nor are they all used to acting as a driver of business growth. During this panel, IT leaders of well known corporate companies will discuss the opportunities and challenges faced with the role of their team or department changes as the company transform into a more tech-driven one.
Picnic: How to build a tech first company
Picnic is one the fastest growing tech companies in the Netherlands. During this talk, Picnic will explain what it takes to build and grow a tech company at the speed of light; explaining the the impact on the IT department, how they find the right talent and make them feel at home.
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