Bei "Superkinetics" teilen führende Köpfe aus Wirtschaft, Forschung und Politik ihre Ideen und machen sich gemeinsam mit den Zuhörern auf die Suche nach Antworten auf Fragen, die sich Organisationen stellen müssen, um in der heutigen Arbeitswelt erfolgreich zu sein.
S3E1: Wie das Verlernen alter Hierarchien neue Potentiale entfesseln kann - Mit Daniel Vonier von SAP
Wir sind zurück aus der Pause und starten in unsere dritte Staffel mit Daniel Vonier, Global Vice President People & Organizational Growth Team bei SAP. In seiner Rolle ist er verantwortlich für die Förderung neuer Arbeitsbewegungen sowie die Talent- und Organisationsentwicklung.
Mit Daniel sprechen wir über sein langjähriges Herzens-Thema "Unlearning Hierarchy". Wir fragen nach seine Überlegungen und Gedanken zu alten Hierarchiestrukturen, wie man sie verlernen und wodurch man sie ersetzen kann. Wir beschäftigen uns mit der praktischen Anwendung seiner Arbeit bei SAP und mit dem Aspekt der Macht, der Abgabe von Verantwortung und der darauf folgenden Selbstorganisation.
Im weiteren Verlauf des Gespräch reden wir außerdem über unternehmensinternes Lernen und moderne Herangehensweisen an Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten für Mitarbeiter in Großunternehmen.
Hör rein, und lerne von den Erfahrungen unseres Gastes!
Hier findest du die einzelnen Abschnitte des Interviews:
(02:17) Daniels Hintergrund und Werdegang
(05:55) Das Pilotprojekt "Unlearning Hierarchy": Die Dimensionen hinter dem Begriff
(11:18) Wenn keine Hierarchie, was dann?
(13:42) Key Takeaways: "Unlearning Hierarchy": Schreibprozess, Alleinstellungsmerkmal und Botschaft
(16:39) Key Takeaways: "Real Work vs. New Work: Perspective on the Future of Work beyond Buzzwords" und der bessere Umgang mit Buzzwords
(21:16) Wie funktioniert Selbstführung und Team-/Selbstorganisation bei SAP?
(25:51) Wie kann man Lernangebote und Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten für Mitarbeiter sinnvoll skalieren?
(33:00) Unsere drei Standardfragen, nach Vorbildern, Leitsätzen und Büchern
- Richard Branson
- Steve Jobs
- Unlearning Hierarchy von Daniel Vonier
- Real Work vs. New Work: Perspectives on the Future of Work beyond Buzzwords von Daniel Vonier
- Homo Deus von Yuval Noah Harari
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The OKR Forum 2020 Special - Part 2
This is the second and last part of our OKR Forum 2020 Special. Once Again, we have prepared an alternative set up. This time we interviewed two speakers individually for just 15 minutes, asking them about their part in the forum, their experiences with OKRs, and their individual success stories.
Who did we invite this time?
First, we talked to Jelmer Koekkoek, a lead “agilist” and Scrum Master at Knab. During his talk, he focused on OKRs and setting up health metrics to simplify the process of drafting OKRs altogether. Listen in from 2:00 to get his exclusive insights on the topic as well as his stories about OKRs at Knab.
Secondly, we talked to Juuso Hämmaläinen, founder and CEO of Tangible Growth. During his presentation, he stated, that OKR implementations are likely to fail as long as you see them as OKR implementations. We now asked him to specify this and therefore give you an exclusive peek at what his workshop focused on during the OKR Forum 2020. Listen in from 16:13 to jump to his interview.
He prepared a Transformation Canvas that you can download by following this link 👈
As another extra, we also interviewed Khalil Medina, who has more than 7 years of experience in implementing OKRs in organizations and is the CEO of OKRs Global. As a result of his experience with and dedication to OKRs, he now got to represent the Latin American OKR community during the 2020 OKR Forum. 👉 Click this link to read through his interview, which was published in our magazine.
The OKR Forum 2020 Special - Part 1
Welcome to this out-of-schedule episode of our Superkinetics Podcast.
Workpath was one of the hosts of the OKR Forum 2020 in Amsterdam, the biggest OKR Forum in Europe. Following up on this event, we wanted to share some of the discussed topics with our listeners and give you the opportunity to get some exclusive insights on the topics presented and discussed at the forum.
In this first part of our OKR Forum Special, we invited three guests to discuss their opinion on the OKR Forum as well as these topics:
The definition of and competences to be an OKR Champion
The ways and benefits of creating a great OKR culture in your company
The importance and right integration of OKR Check-Ins
Now, who exactly did we discuss these topics with?
Firstly, Francesca Nardocci, founder of TheOpsKitchen She has also joined a new start-up called StepStone Corporate Finance+
Secondly, Andreea Havrișciuc, the OKR Program Lead at Metro Systems Romania. She is a Scrum Master, an OKR Champion as well as a Lean Agile Coach.
And lastly, Alberto Libretti, a Business Delivery Lead at Ingenico ePayments, where he is managing the relationship of numerous stakeholders and agencies with other projects.
Listen in and enjoy our recap of the OKR Forum 2020!
Would you like to join our upcoming OKR event? Check out our Virtual Workpath Quartely!
S2E11: Johannes Müller as a guest speaker on the OKRs Q&A Podcast by Atruity
We have something unexpected to share with you!
Our CEO and Founder Johannes Müller was invited to speak on another podcast that focuses on OKRs and OKR implementation.
The OKRs Q&A Podcast is focused on the successful implementation and management of OKRs. Their main objective is to answer any questions one may have about OKRs but specifically how to successfully implement them within an organization.
The podcast is produced by Atruity, an OKR Consultancy focused on implementing successful OKR Programs, based in the Washington DC Area
Johannes was invited to talk about how to transform your enterprise using OKR's, the adaptability of OKR programs throughout different OKR journeys, and the challenges within the OKR marketplace.
Listen in and enjoy!
S2E10 Tom Goulooze: A closer look at WeTransfer's OKR journey
For this new episode, we are going on an international trip to take a closer look at WeTransfer's OKR journey.
We invited Tom Goulooze - Team Coach and Facilitator at WeTransfer - to talk about the first and second OKR introduction at WeTransfer, a Dutch file transfer service firm. Their initial OKR implementation posed a great challenge nonetheless, they then decided to reinvent their process and deal with all difficulties. In 2020 they dared a second launch.
During this detailed and insightful "case study", you will hear a lot of different examples on how to deal with initial disappointment and how to challenge failed endeavors the right way. We are tackling topics like measuring the ROI of the OKR program, accountability, management buy-in, and how Tom established useful company rituals at WeTransfer.
Tom's book recommendations:
Objectives and Key Results: Driving Focus, Alignment, and Engagement with OKRs by Paul R. Niven and Ben Lamorte
Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Atkins
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S2E9: "You Ask, We Answer": How to successfully scale OKRs throughout your company
Welcome to the third episode of our "You Ask, We Answer" category. In this series, we gather the questions from our Workpath Community and invite experts to answer them. This week will be the final episode featuring Workpath's Head of Customer Success Simon Bock. We invited him to answer the following questions:
2:12 What are the most important criteria that should be fulfilled before scaling OKRs?
6:30 Would you recommend a "Bottom-Up" or "Top-Down" approach when scaling up?
8:27 How much management buy-in is actually needed for a successful rollout?
11:40 How do you integrate already established processes like KPIs into the scaling process?
18:00 How can you integrate OKRs into already existing communication routines?
23:00 Is there a tipping point in scaling OKRs from where it’s going to be a near-automatic process?
Follow this link to get some more information on the OKR scaling process: https://bit.ly/39eAqm1
If you would like to contribute your own questions you can do so by following this link https://community.workpath.com/ or by contacting us directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
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