How we turned our internal tech conference into a virtual, global company event bringing Redgaters together to focus on L&D and reconnect
In March 2019, Redgate held their 2nd internal product development conference, Level Up 2019. The Attendee's Survey results are in, answering the big question - was all the hard work worth it?
What have the Wright Brothers, the original Boeing 737 and the Airbus A380 got to do with Redgate's internal development conference, Level Up 2019?
On Tuesday 19th March 2019, Redgate held their 2nd annual internal product development conference, Level Up 2019. We, the organisers, aimed to improve the event over last year's successful first try. But did we succeed?
How Redgate has learnt from our first ever internal product development conference to make this year's event, Level Up 2019, even better.
Back in October Jeff Foster and I gave a talk at Agile Cambridge 2018 about the drive to improve Learning & Development at Redgate Software.
When faced with dysfunction in our interviewing process we decided to improve things by creating a self-organising team. But did it work?
I attended the Agile Manchester 2018 conference to share Redgate’s journey with team autonomy and learn from other agile practitioners. Here are my highlights from the conference and my biggest takeaway - it's all about The Why.
On 6th March 2018 Redgate’s Product Division and Foundry ran their first internal conference. On the day after the event we, the conference organizers, asked everyone who attended to give us some feedback. Here's what they told us.
This week something pretty awesome happened at Redgate. we ran an internal learning and development conference for 80 Redgaters at IWM Duxford near Cambridge. Software Engineers, UX Designers, Product Managers, Development Leads and assorted leadership types came together to learn about, share and collaborate on a vast range of subjects.