UCAS is an independent charity providing information, advice, and admissions services to inspire and facilitate educational progression.
In 2015 for UCAS, the reality was that delivering a reliable service had taken much more effort and expenditure than envisaged, leaving very little resources to deliver change. In the meantime, changes in the admissions (and digital) environment left customers wanting more omni-channel, relevant, information at their fingertips.
UCAS realised the need to change was fundamental to it’s business model. Overnight, gone were the more traditional ways of working, programme boards and projects, and in with a new corporate strategy, organisational roll out of Emergn education programmes, new collaborative working spaces, new roles and commitment to Agile ways of working, to deliver much needed digital products and services to enable a ‘progression ecosystem’ for the learner.
In this live webinar, Emergn’s Brian Hanly will talk with UCAS’ Bethanie Williams (Head of Service Development) to discuss how they delivered a product using traditional Waterfall methods, and then redeveloped this same product using an Agile approach. The UCAS team will provide insight into the following:
The webinar will last for 20 minutes with 10 minutes for Q&A. Register now to hear how a change in delivery approach to using Agile ways of working could help you.
If you have any questions in the lead up to the webinar, please email us.