Culture eats strategy for breakfast. It’s hard to find someone today, who doesn’t know this famous quote by Peter Drucker. But despite our knowledge of the importance of culture, we are struggling with actualising it in our organizations.
With the Culture and change conference track, we bring together changemakers for intense learning, knowledge sharing, and best practices for fostering a culture of openness, collaboration, and engagement. You will get insights into successes and failures from within major organizations, as well as hands-on methods for your own work; building the foundation for successful adoption of new tools, productivity, and long term innovation.
Join the morning run to prepare for a day of learning and networking. We will run about 25 minutes at a relaxed pace.
The conversation starts at breakfast. Have one or several cups of coffee and get a great start to the rest of the day.
Speaker: Tim Walters (DE)
Customer Experience and Data Privacy Consultant
Regulations like the GDPR and California’s CCPA hog all of the headlines, but businesses are currently experiencing an inescapable Global Data Privacy Revolution that is ultimately powered by a fundamental shift in consumer attitudes about data use and abuse.
Speaker: Hannu Vangsgaard (DK)
CEO at Ucommerce
We spent the first 15 years of the information age thinking it was all about tech. It wasn’t. And it isn’t. If you have been involved in any project or transformation process with the word digital involved, you know it: it's all about the people. And sometimes it’s mostly about the people that doesn’t want change, the dinosaurs.
Speaker: Melissa Breker (CAN)
Founder at Breker Group
To successfully navigate new challenges, organizations need to create a shared vision based on the new reality - one that supports and continuously reinforces new behaviours and new ways of thinking.
What’s the small feature that really makes the product way better? Is it a small design change, an elegantly engineered new piece of functionality or something else?
In this new contest, we celebrate the unsung heroes of the workplace: The small features that make all the difference.