Call for Stories (NYC)
Join us for the Business Agility Conference. Last year we were looking for great “art of the possible” stories, and this year is no different. You don’t have to be a consultant or industry thought leader. We’re looking for authentic stories of organisational design, market disruption, product innovation, and next-gen leadership across the whole organisation and spanning different industries. We can’t wait to hear about your experience applying innovative ideas, models, or frameworks.
What Makes a Great Story
The Business Agility Conference is a conference of stories and inspiration. We want people to leave the event thinking, “I didn’t know that was possible” or “if they could do that, so can we”. At our heart we are all inspired by stories. Tales of challenge and triumph, of disaster and redemption, of people and courage. And we want you to tell your story.
Read more about what it takes to tell a good story.
We’re Here to Help
When you submit your story, you will be able to ask our excellent team to work directly with you in crafting and refining your story. Ultimately, we’ll be selecting the best stories based on the refined version submitted by October 30. Submit early to get the best opportunity for detailed feedback from our busy review team.
- June 1 – Submission System Opens
- September 30- Submission System Closes
- January 15 – Programme Announced
Speakers will receive 2 nights accommodation at our preferred hotel and complimentary conference entry. Speakers will also receive unique discount codes for their colleagues and clients.
The format for the conference continues to be unique. There are no tracks – just a large room for everyone. Each day is broken into three sessions: Executives, Thought-Leaders, and Practitioners. Each session will consist of three, 20-minute, “art of the possible” stories, a short Q/A with all the speakers and a “deep dive” into the domain. The deep dive options include a smaller group discussion with the speakers from the session or a facilitated activity at the tables.
What is your “art of the possible” story?