The impact of agile transformations on organizational performance
 TUE 25 JAN 2021 at 19:00

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For whom  :  Projectmanagers interested in agile transformation
Speakers  :  Christoph Stettina, Tim Poot, Robert Blinde
When  :  Tuesday January 25th 
What time  :  19:00-21:00h
Where  :  Online. We use Zoom. See the link after enrolment for this session.
Remarks  :  English spoken session
Contribution  :  Free


While many organizations are in the midst of their agile transformations today, the impact of those changes is either not shared or often not acted upon.

In this workshop we:
(1) share evidence on the impact of transformations known from experience, frameworks and research, 
(2) Reflect with you on what works and what doesn’t when using metrics to steer on transformations, and 
(3) conduct a small benchmark where you can compare yourself and your projects and/or organization to an international dataset.

Christoph Johann Stettina:  Christoph is a transformation lead and researcher with experience in a wide range of business agility subjects and passion in connecting strategy to execution. He is very interested in agile and iterative methodologies, and the human aspects of work. For over 10 years, Christoph has been advising organizations with a strategic IT capability in (co-)designing and (co-)implementing business agility across various industrial sectors, regions, and maturity levels. Focusing on helping organizations to connect effective program delivery to product innovation and strategic portfolios, he helps clients in adopting new ways of working in an effective, non-threatening manner. Being an assistant professor at Leiden University, his work on agile portfolio management, innovation management, governance, and entrepreneurship has been published in more than 30 academic and professional magazines and books.
Tim Poot: Tim is a Master of Science student at the Leiden University. After completing his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science he is now broadening his knowledge with the master program ICT in Business. He is currently writing his thesis at KPMG where he can leverage practitioner knowledge to better understand the impact of large scale agile transformations.
Robert BlindeRobert studies ICT in Business and the Public Sector in Leiden, expanding his knowledge of ICT to become a modern ICT professional.
Besides that, he is the owner of Webbify, where he makes ultra-cool, technically sound, and fast websites or web applications.



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