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Presentation Halle ICM - Internationales Congress Center München SEMICON EUROPA > Fab Management Forum > Session 1: Trends and Vision
11:40-12:05 Uhr | ICM - Internationales Congress Center München ICM Room 14c, 1st Floor
Themen: SEMICON EUROPA
In this talk we will take a closer look at the agility hype currently hitting organizations. Why agile ways of working can be extremely meaningful for some and at the same time potentially confusing for others, will be illustrated in three steps:1. You need to understand better what the organizational challenge is before you go for agility or alternative forms of self-organization.2. The agile manifesto has originally been written for a technical problem, i.e. software engineering – it therefore needs further thinking before you apply it to the challenge of human beings collaborating more effectively.3. Agile transformation can easily be misunderstood as leaders letting go of leadership – employees now shall have all the freedom to do what they want! In reality, more people will do leadership work, and in a highly distributed way.The transformation towards self-organization and agility can offer a highly relevant benefit: It will provide more “processing power” to your organization – not in terms of your server farm, obviously, but when it comes to leadership as a service to the organization.Much more people distributed across the organization will in some way practice leadership, and they will do it in a more direct and faster way. This has the potential to relief the decision bottleneck in the organization – hierarchical leaders.Thus, companies gain the capability to deal better with volatile, uncertain and complex situations. They learn what is means to “sense and respond”, when “predict and control” doesn’t work anymore.Now the change get interesting. Because clearly, for some people in the system there is something to loose. But even for those who might gain something – employees getting more leeway – there are challenges. As you go for distributed power, all those involved need relevant social skills, typically not trained to technical experts. If done carefully, this can be a huge personal development step for your people mobilizing energies blocked before.
Beratergruppe Neuwaldegg GmbH
Having a degree in Business Economics with a specialization in marketing communication, Christian acquired his first years of experience as project manager in the CRM software industry. He then went into management consulting, gaining several years of experience in leading projects and providing expert consulting. Here his focus was in customer loyalty management.In 2008 he changed to the internal consulting unit for organizational development and change of a large German DAX company, taking care of change projects of all dimensions, from simple team workshops up to international integration projects in the M&A context.For seven years now he is doing process driven counselling and facilitation work in change processes, talent development and coaching together with Consulting Group Neuwaldegg, Vienna.- Post Merger Integration and corporate development- Consulting and ongoing support for managers and their business units in large organizational change processes- Consulting for agile organizational transformation- Design and delivery of trainings in the field of Change Management and Emotional Intelligence- Learning and development programs for talents, high potentials and experienced managers with the focus on individual development and leadership- Support for and development of large project teams during their lifecycle- Coaching for individual development