Power Platform User Group – Do Low Code projects need Change Management?

Do Low Code projects need Change Management? Appsolutely!

The Low Code, No Code movement is one of the most exciting movements in our days. Citizen Development is capturing the attention of businesses and industries by democratizing IT processes and access to creative design. But with great power comes greater responsibility; how can we drive meaningful adoption whilst still protecting the delivery ecosystem?

Change Management is one of the key enablers to give everyone a voice on the way to true transformation and app usage beyond license sales. Low/ no code apps do not mean low/ no Change Management. Appsolutely, you need your partners in growth!

This session will offer a fresh perspective on how Change Managers can strengthen the collaboration between business leaders, users and pro developers when driving adaptive governance and empowering learning paths for new hybrid teams.

Speaker Bio

Angeliki is an experienced Change Manager with a passion for user experience in business applications. Whilst others speak about tech evangelism, she advocates about the human impact of technology into transforming businesses. She can often be seen highlighting the importance of human-centered design and adaptive governance in CRM systems and get into interesting debates about how technical and non-technical teams can come together to define what matters.

Outside of work, she enjoys song writing and singing, along with martial arts and traveling around the world.

About the Power Platform User Group

The Portland Power Platform User Group is a community of people excited about the Power Platform tools, Power Apps, Automate, BI, and Virtual Agents. We believe the platform offers rich possibilities, and we keep pace by sharing our learning and doing deep-dive explorations of topics. We run the gamut from new to experienced users and welcome anyone who shares an interest in custom apps and process automation for your business needs.

Some great perks to joining our monthly meetups are networking, knowledge transfer, and community building. We aim to foster a vibrant community that shares success in implementing best practices for the Power Platform.

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Online - Microsoft Teams


Tuesday, August 8

05:00 PM (PDT)

Pacific Time


Tuesday, August 8

07:00 PM (PDT)

Pacific Time