The ALE18 "Open Space First" program provides just enough structure for you to spontaneously create the event when we come together 22-24 August. You'll create a program that fully explores your questions of power transformance.
We've cultivated a few 'seed sessions' to trickle through the open spaces in the program. We're limiting the number of seed sessions to be sure we provide abundant space for everything that emerges.
We've Asked These Seed Sessions
to mix in the open spaces of our program
As part of our organisations, how much do we invest into actions that represent collective re-actions to unconfirmed threat scenarios—even when those activities add little value to the desired outcomes?
Oana Junco will take you through several engaging activities inspired by Theory U. Through these activities you will be able to reflect on the drama triangle and the Theory U’s protocol of change …
Corinna Baldauf covers the
Themes: Retrospectives, Agile Practice, tutorial, facilitation
Viviane Morelle demonstrates how she facilitates a workshop with to define the process of an organisation —thanks to the power of visual thinking. In a just few minutes, the team will draw its global process which will help develop alignment and empathy among team members.
Participate in this quick workshop with Viviane to experience some answers.
Themes: Visual thinking, interculturality, alignment , empathy, process, kanban
Agile culture lays the basis for diversity. It carries many practices and behaviours that make work inclusive. However, we also observe agile teams or organisations that are not at all diverse.
Check your sensitivity to unconscious bias, compare diversity research findings between Jeff Sutherland and Iris Bohnen and develop experimental actions for iteratively creating diversity in your teams and organisations.
Inge Gorgon is working in an organistion in the second year of their Agile transformation.
From the start, Agile Coaches and HR consultants found each other in their endeavour to change the culture of the company. Inga shares the experience of their journey so far, and she tells of the success stories and pitfalls.