In this webinar, guest speaker, Forrester Research’s leading low/no-code analyst, John Bratincevic, talks about how companies are gaining a significant competitive advantage by embracing citizen developer programming to meet the growing challenge of digitization amidst a shortage of professional developers.
Also featured is the Chief Strategy & Growth Officer from the Project Management Institute (PMI) to discuss the need for standardization, training, and governance best practices. And finally, you’ll get some real-world perspective from Stearns Lending about their own citizen developer journey and successes thus far.
Watch this webinar to:
- Understand how organizations can work together with IT
- Learn about creating a governance around citizen developer programs
- Get key ideas on how to think big, start small with no/low-code
About John Bratincevic
Currently, John is the Senior Analyst serving application development and delivery professionals at Forrester. Prior to joining Forrester, John was co-founder and principal at Calabash, a Lean process consulting firm, where he used low-code development platforms to deliver transformational process improvement projects in over 20 industries and for some of the world’s largest companies. Before that, John was a program manager and solutions engineer for XPO Logistics, where he led projects for Fortune 500 clients applying best practices to the supply chain.
About Joshua Yaklin
As SVP of Operational Risk at Stearns Lending, a leading provider of mortgage lending services in the United States, Josh is responsible for reporting and workflow optimization in Servicing, Credit Risk, Compliance, Post Closing and Capital Markets at Stearns. Prior to joining Stearns, Josh played strategic roles in servicing, analytics, and digitization at HomeBridge Financial Services and GMAC Mortgage. Josh is based in Dallas, Texas.
About Dave Garret
As Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, Dave crafts and drives the execution of the PMI strategy to create a clear growth path. He works across the organization to define, test, and deliver “new products that matter,” to deliver dramatic increases in value to our customers. He is charged with assisting PMI to build teams that are aligned and integrated seamlessly across the organization. Dave will continue to be responsible for mergers, acquisitions, and strategic sourcing partners for PMI to address the emerging new work ecosystem