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Friday, August 9 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Inspire Management (Bernd Schiffer)

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One of the most rewarding change opportunities for organization to create awesome workplaces exists by being innovative at the management level. Forget step-by-step explanations of management practices (you can’t copy culture!); the key to address the management level - i.e. to foster innovations at this level - is by inspirations. In order to get an awesome workplace, you have to see awesome workplaces. There are plenty of ways to inspire people, but this opportunity is often wasted during the introduction of Scrum and Kanban methods, or never reflected upon afterwards.

In this session, I will show you several aspects of awesome workplaces. A constantly growing container for inspiring management are the Agile Management Innovations (AMI). AMIs are practices for management which lead to democracy, fairness, decentralisation, dialogue, and lot of other positive effects. These effects lead to awesome workplaces, where people are truly motivated. The idea behind inspiration is to foster creativity and innovation through a changed environment. Management practices can't be just applied; 50% of managent practices depend upon the organisation's culture. That's why we call them AMInnovations.

If you experiment with AMIs, you'll get from status quo to awesome (that is of course only when you're status quo is not already awesomeness).

I’ll introduce the concept of AMI as well as plenty of real world examples. The goal is to inspire you twofold: I will inspire you in this session to experiment with AMIs, and AMIs will inspire the people within your organisation to achieve a better workplace.


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Bernd Schiffer

Agile Coach, Trainer, and Consultant, Bold Mover
Bernd Schiffer is Agile coach, trainer and consultant in Melbourne, Australia. He founded his own Agile company called Bold Mover, and he's been doing Agile and Lean for about 12 years. He often works at the client's introducing Scrum and Kanban at team and management level. He deeply cares about his work, and he's passionate about running long distances.


Friday August 9, 2013 9:00am - 10:15am
Bayou E

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