Friday 18th November, 2011
9:00am to 9:45am
Worldwide, the economy is in a desperate situation. Countries are going broke. Large enterprises are stagnating, and the financial markets are going crazy. Why? The world has changed substantially since the mid-20th century and the forms of management and organization - which used to be very successful - are not adequate to meet these new challenges. What are these changes, and what are new the requirements on corporate leadership, so that your projects can be successful?
Peter Stevens is a Agile Management Trainer and Coach. His customers seek to improve their organizational performance, increase their ability to innovate and collaborate, and change themselves for the better. Peter started his career as a Software Engineer at Microsoft in Seattle/USA in 1982. He first encountered Scrum while working as Professional Services Manager/EMEA for MySQL in 2005. Shortly thereafter he pioneered Scrum as a framework for Project Management in Switzerland by applying it to customer projects and, as co-founder of the Lean-Agile-Scrum working group of the SwissICT, by building the Scrum and Agile community throughout Switzerland. Since 2009, he has turned his attention to the relationship between Agility and corporate leadership and success.
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