Agile for Ambidexterity - 30 November 2018, The Hague
To operate or to innovate? In order to cope with a fast changing world, we need to adapt to survive, yet create value in the present. How can organisations experiment and be effective at the same time?
We would like to invite you to explore these issues together with problem owners, change agents and researchers at the event Agile for Ambidexterity at Leiden University, Campus The Hague, on Friday, November 30. The event is organised in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Uitvoeringsorganisatie Bedrijfsvoering Rijk (UBR).
Curious what that looks like? You can find videos from past events here: (1) Impression video, (2) Cara Antoine (Microsoft), (3) Ard-Pieter de Man (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), (4) Bas Touw (Nuon), (5) Andy Sales (CA Technologies). You can find pictures from last year’s event here, and videos from past conferences on our video page.
Who should attend?
Are you a manager in a leading position or a higher civil servant? During the event, experts and speakers share their insights to inspire you on agility outside of individual organisations. During the workshops, participants can experience different innovation approaches in practice.
About Agile for Excellence
The Agile for Excellence (AE) initiative at Leiden University's Centre for Innovation ands its Future Work lab supports organisations with methods for ideation, development and management of products and services. We do this through research, advice and education. Learn more about our ecosystem and how we work here.
In order to facilitate the knowledge exchange we divide the event into: (1) keynotes, (2) workshops, and (3) drinks and networking.
**Program is subject to continuous improvement, stay tuned.
How to register?
When: Friday, 30 November 2018, 09:30-17:00
Where: Leiden University - Campus The Hague, Turfmarkt 99, The Hague
The regular fee is € 295,- excl. VAT. Register before September 7th to profit from the early bird discount of € 50,-.
We look forward to seeing you in The Hague!