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Agile Leader Day 2018 - Transformation | Helsinki | torstai, 11. lokakuu 2018

Ever felt like you’d really want to learn and discuss the hard, management level stuff regarding digital transformations and agile ways of working? That listening to coaches and consultants talking about finesses sometimes sounds like they really don’t know what you as a leader are dealing with? Agile Leader Day is the answer.
What would you think about participating in a conference which is real and raw, content only from the people who lead transformations, are CEOs or Executives leading business units towards agile? We set up an agile conference from leaders to leaders. We invited VPs and CEOs to talk about leading transformations and organization level insights from their journeys.
Agile Leader Day, Helsinki, 11th of October 2018
This day is for leaders. This day is for the ones sitting on the bag of cash. This day is for the person who’s responsibility it is to succeed in a transformation. This day is for the company CEO who is wondering what to do next. This day is for you.
We are keeping the event small and full of sharing and reflection, discussion and networking. No consultants or coaches speaking about agile finesses. No one selling you anything. Only content from your peers.
VENUE
Helsinki central area, venue to be announced
WHEN
11th of October 2018
TICKETS
100 Tickets are sold to leaders and managers, executives, and CDOs. 20 Tickets are sold to consultants and coaches. 10 Tickets are reserved to a sponsoring company offering their venue/auditorium to the use of this event.
290 € + VAT - Earlybird (until 15.05.2018) 390 € + VAT - Regular price
20% of the event profit goes to charity Icehearts Ry that supports children who require special support and who have been recognised as being at risk of social exclusion.

SPEAKERS
Steffen Pihlmann Pedersen - Business & Strategy Manager at Nordea Global Private Banking
Steffen Pihlmann Pedersen is a Business & Strategy Manager at Nordea Global Private Banking, working with a large Agile organization development where the banks development activities are combined under one portfolio of strategic initiatives, called the Ocean. Steffen has been working across Private Banking in different roles and functions gaining a broad understanding of requirements in different parts of the bank. His main focus is together with the core change team, to build a sustainable agile way of working across the bank, that allows rapid business development across five markets with the most challenging and demanding of highly valued private banking Hartikainen -VP & Head of Customer Experience Management business unit at Tieto
Jaakko has been working with eCommerce, web and digital CX for the past 15 years helping companies to embrace agile and create outstanding customer experiences. Former CEO of Smilehouse is nowadays leading +300 people organization and fast growing startup in Tieto which is one of the largest it companies in Nordic's with 14 000 professionals. Jaakko's passion is in leadership, culture, agile and Kiminki- ex Wunder CEO, corporate culture evangelist and digitalization know-it-allJoonas is a leader who has grown a software development company Wunder from scratch to 130 employees in five countries serving large clients in the software development and IT-domain. His respect for the individual’s potential and self-direction has guided the growth and structures in the organization, landing top ten spots in the Great Place to Work ranking several years in a row. After a successful investor onboarding to Wunder, Joonas is now in between leaving the CEO role and something yet unknown. A passion for organization’s health and leadership development will definitely continue into the next step of his career, too. In private Joonas likes to treat himself with crossfit training.
 
Kevin Goldsmith- ex Avvo, Spotify and Adobe Systems VP
has been a developer, software architect, technology manager, and senior technology executive for over 26 years. He was the Chief Technology Officer at Avvo in Seattle until April 2018, overseeing all Product Development, Data, Dev Ops and IT teams. Previously he spent three years as the Vice President of Engineering, Consumer at Spotify in Stockholm, Sweden, leading the development of the product and streaming services. Kevin spent nine years at Adobe Systems. He was a Director of Engineering there, where he led the Adobe Revel product group and the Adobe Image Foundation group. He spent eight years as a developer and development lead at Microsoft in the Windows and Research teams.
 
MORE ON SPEECHES
How Tieto's fast growing business unit CEM has transformed it's organization to Team-of-Teams model to embrace business agility, purpose-driven culture and self-organizing teams?
Come and hear the transformational journey of Tieto's internal startup, consisting of +300 people, becoming one of the most attractive players in the highly competitive digital customer experience vendor market and achieving great business results. Jaakko will tell you about the business need and core beliefs for entering the journey as well as the roadmap, highlights, challenges and key learnings from the past two years of transformation. This inspiring story gives you concrete examples how organization can be transformed from traditional top-down lead hierarchy to truly purpose-driven and people-first thinking network of teams with high self-organizing skills.
Formulating business development activities in the bank into an agile development unit
In this talk Steffen will walk us through the initial thinking in how to formulate business development activities in the bank into an agile development unit, called the Ocean. Business development happens throughout the bank, impacts clients in five countries and is delivered through virtual, cross functional teams coming together for delivering incremental projects aiming for realizing rapidly specific business value, instead of doing the traditional massive projects. The Ocean has been complied starting with elements from “the Spotify model”, and has plenty of own Nordea-twists in it.
You will hear a story about the model in action, successes and learnings of the adoption and implementation journey. This is the perspective of the change team, working in the interface between sponsors, Banking heads in different countries, experts that want to be part of the development teams, large parent company HR, management, compliance and organizational practices which are not always up to date regarding agile work. Ocean is delivering, and it is developed in increments, too.
Navigating a self-directive work environment – getting lost and finding oneself again.
 What do you do when you find yourself in a situation, where you see something could or should be done to develop the company, but nobody owns it and everyone owns it? How do you progress ideas and get people to buy in and pitch in with their own thinking? Who gets things done in a self-organized company when there are just a minor level of roles defined and strict responsibilities documented? How can you use your expertise, when there is no clear boundary on where you should be using it and no clear mandate on who is deciding? Joining this kind of a workplace can be tough. Joonas will in this talk shed light on the individual level experience, recalibrating needs for people joining from more traditional companies and ways how to support individuals on this journey towards flat and self-organized work communities. Some tips on how to allow people to be themselves with a big heart and creating a trusting atmosphere, and simultaneously focus on delivering value to clients.
A Case Study in Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement
Continuous improvement is the goal of agile teams. But what does it look like when we create a continuous improvement strategy beyond our agile teams and bring it to the company level? Working at Spotify, Kevin Goldsmith saw the benefits of its fantastic continuous improvement culture. When he joined Avvo as its new CTO, his primary goal was to help Avvo create that culture for itself. In this session, Kevin will show what Avvo has done to build a foundation for a continuous improvement culture. He’ll explore the frameworks used to create highly engaged teams and share the organizational and process models that support and empower individuals and groups to own and drive improvements to make themselves more efficient and the company a better place to work. You'll leave with a template to help you build a continuous improvement culture in your company.