Year 2023


World Café - 13. 6. 2023

The “World Café” method allows groups of participants to share experiences and opinions and to seek answers to questions that are defined in advance. There will be 11 thematic tables, including experienced discussion moderators. Time will be allocated for each discussion for 25 minutes. During the given time for the World Café, you can complete a total of three discussions. The goal of the method is not to arrive at clear conclusions, goals or plans at any cost. Rather, it serves as an exchange of ideas, a broadening of perspectives on the topics at hand.

Table number 1

Beyond Budgeting

Bjarte Bogsnes

Were you interested in the lecture in which Bjart presented the philosophy and principles of Beyond Budgeting? During the discussion you will have the opportunity to ask questions about everything you are interested in and to discuss in more detail the tips for implementation

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Is extreme entrepreneurial freedom welcome in any business environment?

Emanuele Quintarelli

  •  How to coordinate work at scale without hierarchy?
  • How to design ecosystemic organizations?

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What are the effects of major changes in the organisation on team collaboration

Šimon Vlachynský

How to maintain corporate culture when acquiring a company? Šimon has fresh experience from companyWandera, which was acquired by the American company Jamf. He will share with you his experience on what to look for when buying and integrating into a "corporat" and the aim of the discussion is to exchange experiences with you, what worked/ didn't work for you and what to do to ensure that the purchase of a company does not have a major impact on the functioning corporate culture.

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Candidate experience journey

Renáta Balíková

Good or bad candidate experience during the recruitment process not only affects whether the candidate accepts or rejects our offer at the end of the recruitment process, but also has a long-term impact on our employer brand and future recruitment costs. What can we do to make the recruitment process a real experience for your candidate and achieve the best results in candidate experience? Come and share your tips and recommendations on how to improve the candidate's experience of the recruitment process, or come and be inspired by what works for others.

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Is Teal the New Agile?

Ron Quartel

In 2014, in his book The Future of Organizations, Frederic Laloux presented a model of the evolution of human organization and applied it to organizations. So-called Teal or Turquoise organizations are those for which self-management is natural. Since the publication of the booklet, turquoise organizations have become a phenomenon that is regularly discussed in agile circles. Is this a new incarnation of Agile or just different words to describe what we already know? How can Teal inspire us and how can we put it into practice?

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SM teamwork and knowledge sharing in remote environment

Adam Řehoř

How to build teamwork at the SM level where there is no opportunity to meet regularly? And can it be done at all or is everyone on their own. Let’s discuss what all is needed for this.

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Application of the RenDanHeYi model in European companies

Carmine Infante

Are you interested in whether the RenDanHeYi model could be applied in the context of your company? We invite you to a discussion where we will explore the success of this model in the case of Haier and discuss the possibilities of its application in other business environments. Carmine, an expert with practical experience in this model, will be available and happy to answer your questions

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Take advantage of the potential of OKRs

Petr Hýna, Miroslav Žebrák

What to avoid when working with OKRs? What to focus on to support successful work with OKRs? What can OKRs help you with and when are OKRs not a good fit? Come for inspiration and take the opportunity to share your experiences.

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Agile finance or what we expect from the finance departments of the future

Lea Štefankovičová

“I need to see a comparison of pencil costs over the last 7 years.” is a phrase that every finance department employee has heard at least once in their career (you can get anything for pencils). But what if a historical comparison of past pencil costs in the VUCA world isn’t enough. What is the role of finance departments when all the information is available in an app on your phone at all times?

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Who shall develop people in agile organization?

Daniel Haupt

It is definitely an interesting question that we will discuss together and develop further. Is the manager responsible for developing people? And why do we want to develop people? I mean, we can’t just have top experts….. what about a scrum master? Why should he/she be interested in development?

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What comes after Scrum?

Per Beining

In 2012, one of the authors of Scrum, Ken Schwaber, published a blog post titled What do we care about after Scrum? Among other things, he writes that Scrum can be replaced or surpassed by anything that supports its principles of self-organization, empiricism or transparency. And also that he personally welcomes such an initiative. Another 11 years have passed since then. Is it time to rethink Scrum? If so, what can be built upon and, conversely, what can be done differently? And what makes new players like FAST different?