9:00 - 9:30
9:30 - 10:30
In an adaptive organisation, how do the relationships between different organisational scales work? Or the same question, but for the networked organisation? And what does that mean for me? Drawing on systems, complexity, and flow thinking – models such as the viable system model, the Cynefin framework, and Flight Levels – we’ll explore how to look beyond process and recognise the deeper organisational imbalances that explain many scale-related challenges. Whether or not you use a branded framework, these are important skills to develop!
10:30 - 11:00
12:30 - 1:15
2:45 - 3:10
3:10 - 3:30
Meet a Kanban Practitioner
Part of the purpose of this conference is to make new connections with people. In this session the attendees will mingle meet the other Kanban practitioners that they don’t yet know. Alternatively – reconnect with someone you haven’t seen in a while. You can mingle with Kanban trainers, consultants, the speakers and attendees. With Kanban we seek to improve the network of services in organisations – but in this case we’re seeking to improve the network of Kanban practitioners you are all a part of so that you all have deeper support in the future.
3:35 - 4:40
Lynne Cazaly is an expert in new ways of thinking and working.
She is an international keynote speaker and award-winning author with her ideas and thoughts published in her 10 books. She consults to leaders, teams and businesses guiding them through their adoption of new and creative ways of thinking, leading and working as they respond to changes in the world.
She is an exceptional keynote speaker and from her years of radio broadcasting experience it’s clear to see why. She crafts, delivers and presents messages that inspire, entertain and change audiences.
Lynne Cazaly has lectured with leading universities in undergraduate and post graduate programs on advertising, marketing, influence, speaking, media, change and communications. She is a CSP – a Certified Speaking Professional – and appears in the media, on television, radio and in print and social media as an expert on work, the future of work, leadership and workplace trends. Her thinking and ideas are published in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, In The Black and many other publications.
Her in person and online sessions are well-known for being interactive, informative and inspiring, leaving an impact on people for years to come.
Read more at www.lynnecazaly.com