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Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CEST)

"Agile at Scale, Inspired by Spotify"

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"Agile at Scale, Inspired by Spotify"

 

Want to build an organisation that enables agile at scale and unleashes the power of small autonomous teams? This one-day course will give you inspiring real world examples of how Spotify grew a dynamic learning organisation that continually reinforces a high-trust culture and supports engaged autonomous teams.

 

"The Spotify Model" of agile at scale has had a huge amount of attention in the agile community since it was first shared widely in 2012. Though never originally intended as a framework or model, the case study of Spotify's approach to agile working has become a hit with a large number of organisations who have opted to imitate the method. This course will help you and your team to understand how and why it was optimized, the challenges that come with the method, and how companies can adapt and continue to evolve while employing this strategy of agile at scale.

 

You will gain a deep and wide knowledge of how Spotify works under the hood, which will enable you to see more options for improving organisational design with regards to your context and boundaries. You will learn why Spotify made the decisions they made, other options which were considered, and which changes were intentional and which were emergent.

 

This hands-on workshop will explore underlying principles and go into specific practices and mechanisms. You will learn how to build and support autonomous squads and unite them in tribes with a one team culture, how to work with leadership and growing leaders, innovation and the values and beliefs which shape the culture which created "The Spotify Model".

 

Learn how to:

  • Create a great place to work that enables agile at scale
  • Redesign your organisation to better engage employees and leverage the power of autonomous teams
  • Work with leadership and emerging leaders
  • Understand the reasoning behind Spotify's organizational model and how to apply the lessons learned in the context of your business

 

About the teacher: Joakim Sunden

Joakim Sundén is a consultant with Crisp, helping leaders and organizations to improve the world of work. Between 2011 and 2017 he was a team and leadership coach at Spotify, the world’s biggest music streaming service. During the last 6 years of Spotify’s hyper growth he worked with a half dozen different leadership/management teams and dozens of delivery teams in Stockholm, San Francisco, New York and Boston, to help them align and continuously improve their software delivery. In his work Joakim often draws on his experience from Lean and Agile methods and Systems and Complexity thinking. He is also the author of Kanban in Action (Manning, 2014).

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Lenbachpl. 8
Lenbachplatz 8
80333 München
Germany

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CEST)


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