Topconf Duesseldorf 2017

TRACK: It's Project Management Jim, but not as we know it

Self-organization applied.

For the past couple of years, the concept of self-organization is spreading across the agile community. A lot of discussions and conference presentations about the ways of moving from command-and-control model to full self-organizing, collaborating teams. But have you ever had a chance to see a real-life company adapting it on a daily basis? Would you like to know if it is at all possible? And are the people working in the company really eager to self-organize? Some time ago, inspired by Holacracy and Sociocracy 3.0, we've introduced functional circles and roles, creating a flat structure with self-organizing and self-managing client-oriented teams. We used participative approach to decision making and focused on cultural fit, as we firmly believe, that client satisfaction has its roots in the well-being and happiness of the people who deliver the service. 

If you are interested in topics above, join my talk and listen about Selleo experiences with organizational change management and how we used minimum viable organization concept to create a company, people want to belong.

Dariusz Wylon

Chief Communications Officer
Selleo

date

2017-10-05

starts

14:30

ends

15:10

room

Atelier A

level

Expert

topics

self-organization, agile management, Management 3.0, teams, organizational change, self-managing teams