Build Agility with Design SprintsGary CrawfordWednesday Oct 31, 15:00
How Software can be Thought of as a Force for GoodFrancesco MondoraWednesday Oct 31, 16:10
Reinventing Government ITLaurent BossavitFriday Nov 2, 12:00
The Different Perspectives needed for Self-organizationStefan RudnitzkiFriday Nov 2, 16:10
“Change is the law of life and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” – John F. Kennedy What does the organization of the future look like? Building sustainable work and lifestyles for all levels of society while adapting to an ever-changing technological landscape will require some radical new approaches. Forward-thinking companies are already experimenting with concepts that go far beyond agile, such as self-organization and working without managers. In this topic we’ll be examining these new paradigms and hearing about real-world experiences. What has been proven to work – and perhaps more importantly, what has been proven not to work? Is an all-or-nothing approach required or can elements of these new systems be integrated into our organizations today?