This year 2019 ABD becomes two conferences in one!
In addition to the traditional Saturday meeting, focused on Business Agility, Friday will be dedicated to the “human factor” of Agile, with its own dedicated space and name.
So here we will have:
Friday September 13th: Agile People Day
Saturday 14 September: Agile Business Day
What binds the two days is that Business, Organization and People are, in an Agile culture, strongly interconnected and synergistic.
The least we could do, then, was to give enough space to deepen all three things.
In the coming weeks we will give you more information on the specific contents and topics that will be dealt with, but we have not been able to hold back any longer in communicating that this year there will be TWO days from which you can draw inspiration, knowledge and networking.
Lean Start-Up for Refugees or How we introduced Agile to the Non-Profit Sector - ABD19 - Stephanie Gasche *ITA
Shifting the Paradigm – the Operating System of Sustainable Development is called “Agile” - ABD19 - Boris Gloger *ITA
Enabling Business Agility through Finance and HR - ABD19 - Pia-Maria Thorén *ITA
“That’s not Agile”, “I know better” & other signs you may be wasting your time... - ABD19 - Tony O'Halloran *ITA
A powerful way to grow humans in the workplace. - ABD19 - Cheryl Tansey *ITA
Stop giving feedback! - ABD19 - Jenni Jepsen *ITA
[Versione ITALIANA del Talk]
Training people to give feedback better doesn’t bring the results we want because the receiver must be willing to accept it. In fact, telling people how they can improve may actually stop people from improving. So, rather than figuring out how to get better at giving feedback, we need to solve for asking for feedback instead (perhaps, even begging for it!). That’s what creating an ask-for-feedback culture is all about. Jenni will share the latest neuroscience about feedback. Learn how our brains react to feedback, and how you can change the way you treat feedback to continuously improve yourself and your organization.