Stockholm Breakfast Seminar: Succeeding with agile development in the public sector

November 23 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am

Welcome to a breakfast seminar to talk about how to succeed in agile development in the public sector!

We will be as transparent as possible with a case study of Arbetsförmedlingen going from procurement and solution proposals to a launched service within 3 months.


Who is this for? We welcome product owner of an e-service that in a near future are procuring a new partner. The seminar is held in Swedish.

Do you or your colleagues have a failed digital project in the nearby history? It didn’t work as expected, stakeholders don’t believe that the service delivers according to the expectations, budget has been exceeded with countless additional orders and in worst case – no goals have been reached. The whole thing has become tiresome and difficult. And all this despite the fact that the procurement was ordered in the most detailed way by a procurement consultant. Sound familiar? What a nightmare.

We will show how to avoid it in the future.

At this breakfast we will tell you how the Arbetsförmedlingen new procurement procedures gave the project the right prerequisite to delivering a service on a budget, in time and with quality, and we will share the key ingredients of collaboration that made it all possible.

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Event is hosted by Fabian von Tiedemann, who has long experience of procurement and customer responsibility in digital projects. The most central part of his job is to create the conditions for long relationships, and badly-executed procurement is a slow start.

The breakfast starts at 08:00, talk starts at 08:30


Register for the event HERE!

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Date: November 23 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am


Digitalist Stockholm

Östermalmsgatan 26A, A house
Stockholm, 114 26 Sweden

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Fabian von Tiedemann

+4670 899 06 99

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