Stretch 2017 is over but slides and videos are available in the Speakers section. Enjoy!
This is a hot topic considering the unprecedented new things in technology, environment, and business. Change is
a huge leadership challenge for individuals, teams and organizations.
"Change will never be as slow as it is today" - this year's Stretch conference will be a perfect time to spend two days and prepare for the future with topics such as:
- How to address the challenges of today by developing self, teams and organizations?
- How to enable organizations to be constantly ready for change?
- How to encourage continuous change and improvement through experimentation and empowerment?
- How can middle management chew and interpret high level strategy to bring everyone on-board with the vision (eg. portfolio / company size / structure / culture change)?
- How to embrace failure as part of the change journey?
- How to rebuild teams after a crisis?
- How to become a change
agent / catalyst / driver?
- What structures, methods, ceremonies fit best with the context of change?
- How can we can we utilize the latest big data and neuroscience research to enable our organizations and individuals to change?
- What kind of successful product building strategies (eg. Lean Startup, Design Thinking, Design Sprint) have emerged in this environment?
- What new company types are appearing?
- How to deal with people and management changes (fluctuation)?
We will aim to invite speakers to cover these topics.
Join us in Budapest, Hungary this December and get inspired by stories from leaders in great organizations as they talk about the challenges of leadership. Come to learn from the best and STRETCH yourself!
|Registration and breakfast
|Daniel Walsh: Change isn’t complicated...it’s COMPLEX
|Péter Halácsy: I don’t want to change people anymore
|Móni Barta: The Psychology of Changes
|Łukasz Aziukiewicz: Games Developers Play
|Edward Robe: Ego Down - Eliminating pride from criticism, the Army way
|Joakim Sundén: You can do better than the Spotify Model
|Rita Veres: Shock to the system – digitally disrupted culture
|David McQueen: Encouraging diversity vs. Positive discrimination
|Dinner & Party
|Registration and breakfast
|Mary Lynn Manns: Fearless Strategies for Making Change Happen
|Csaba Császár: Pages from a change agent’s diary
|Jasmine Zahno & Joseph Pelrine: On psychological safety, intelligent teams, and other cool psychology buzzwords that Agilists are throwing around
|John Le Drew: Swearing, nudity, and other vulnerable positions
|Evan Leybourn: Domains of Business Agility
|Davor Pukšić: Open Source Your Culture
|Kevin Goldsmith: Fail Fast, Fail Smart... Succeed!
|Simon Wardley: Crossing the River By Feeling the Stones
Uránia Film Theather is located in the centre of Budapest. It was built in the 1880s as a music and dance hall. The building is a combination of Eastern Moorish and Venetian Gothic styles. It was first used as a movie theatre in 1899, when the Uránia Scientific Society hosted a presentation here, illustrated with moving pictures. The name Uránia has been used ever since.
Uránia is not only a beautiful building but an important landmark too - this is where the first independent Hungarian feature film was shot in 1901, and where the first film screening was held after World War II. Today, Uránia is a showcase for Hungarian film, hosting several film festivals and cultural events.
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