Kubair consults and advises CxOs, Executives and Digital entrepreneurs to plan and execute digital transformation programmes. His experience spans from the world’s 4th largest employer (the NHS), multinationals, leading agencies to nascent start-ups.He provides strategic direction to clients helping them to improve digital strategy, transformation, productivity and revenue performance.
For the past 4 years Kubair has been applying his extensive experience with Agile in the international development sector and as the co-founder of Peace Through Prosperity has spearheaded the adoption of Agile SCRUM in social transformation programmes in conflict affected regions.
“one man/woman can change the universe and Agile can facilitate the process” says Kubair.
Talk: Agile for Peace
With international development programs seen as hit and miss exercises and foreign aid failing to create the impact our policies desire the question is why are nongovernmental organisations not adopting Agile/SCRUM in mass to design and deliver nontechnical programs that deliver immediate and lasting benefits. Over the course of 2 years Peace Through Prosperity; a social enterprise has designed, prototyped, deployed an Agile, data driven social transformation program to alleviate poverty amongst the working poor and provide food security to the marginalised and vulnerable in conflict affected regions. Peace Through Prosperity has achieved phenomenal success by adopting a user driven design approach and a Scrum based implementation framework.
Lessons learned from utilising Agile Scrum to design, deliver innovative nontechnical social transformation programs.
Bringing a new degree of efficiency in field research using sprints and burn up charts
Using retrospectives to measure success/failures to revise program content and delivery approach
Lessons learned from training and coaching nontechnical individuals from conflict affected communities in Agile Scrum to to lead social transformation programs in their communities.