LPPDE, 2023 - October

Half-day Virtual Summit

Program

Time Zone: Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) 

October 19, 2023

Thursday - Virtual Conference 

Exchange in a Digital World!

Exchange Following the spirit of Lean Product & Process Development EXCHANGE there will be good possibilities to Exchange knowledge with other attendees as well as with the speakers. 

After each presentation, we have a session +Reflections and interaction where you will reflect and interact on the learnings from the presenter. 

We end the virtual LPPDE with some final reflections and remarks and hope the Exchange will continue on our LinkedIn site

International Thought Leaders

Christian Zingg

Christian Zingg

Creative Business Hacker

Dirk Holste

Dirk Holste

Think Flow

Kelly Mallery

Kelly Mallery

GE Aerospace

Ulrika Thell

Ulrika Thell

Scania

Half-day virtual summit, only 99 € + VAT 24% if applicable.

Pay for 3 virtual summits (recording or live), only 250 € + VAT 24% if applicable

Pay for Full Year (10 virtual summits, Live and Recordings), only 700 € + VAT 24% if applicable

Registrations through Lean Association of Finland:

Thursday, October 19, 2023 Virtual Conference

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1:00PM GMT

Microsoft Teams Conference

Peter Palmér, LPPDE and Juha Tammi, Lean Association of Finland - Welcome and Instructions

Peter and Juha represent the two organization who organize these virtual online events and will moderate the Virtual Summit.

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1:05pm GMT

Microsoft Teams Conference

Christian Zingg, Co-Founder & CPO at Creative Business Hacker – Innovation Cell – An Interactive Pitch Presentation and a Deep Dive into Telic / Paratelic Activities

This will be an interactive presentation where Christian demonstrates what they call a “Innovation Cell”, and makes a deep dive into telic and paratelic activities they use to increase innovation.

The theory distinctively proposes that human experience is structurally organized into metamotivational domains, where each domain consists of a pair of opposing values or motives so that only one of each pair can be experienced in any given moment. Each pair in a domain represents two opposite forms of motivation – only one state in each pair can be active at a time. Humans reverse between the states in each pair depending on a number of factors, including our inherent tendency to adopt one style over the other.

Serious / Playful (Telic / Paratelic) - The two states in the means-ends domain are called "Serious" (originally coined Telic from the Greek telos) and "Playful" (or Paratelic) and refer to whether one is motivated by achievement or the enjoyment of the process. Though the states are often characterized by seriousness and playfulness, the truest difference in this domain is whether one is motivated by long-term goals or by what is happening in the present moment. Future achievement or present enjoyment? Journey or destination?

Christian Zingg has always had the impulse to do things different and the vision to enable people to unleash their skills and create great customer centric products, which motivated him to completely shift his job focus in 2015. As Head of Digital Innovation Lab, the X-Lab, he had the great opportunity to make sure to have ideal working conditions for his team, and besides that learn so much about the success factors and hurdles of successfully switching to an agile mindset in big companies. What proves the effectivity of the X-Lab as a Light-tower of agile working inside the VW Group is the price "Best Digital Innovation Lab 2017".

Christian is proud to be part of this and nominated as "Top 40 under 40" for the management of this team! Meanwhile the spirit and culture of the X-Lab scaled up within RIO - as Head of Agile Mastery, together with his Team they developed a competitive software development company. Tough challenge, reflecting the traditional roots of our initiative! Before his digital journey he collected 10+ years of working experience in traditional waterfall development of OEM products in different positions with deep insights and learnings how big companies operate and how it comes to decisions.

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Dirk Holste, Enterprise Agile Coach at Think Flow – Agile HW testing

This session focuses on testing, a common view on it and how an agile approach could be an enabler for knowledge-based product development. The ever-increasing speed of change challenges the traditional way of product development. A design then test approach needs to shift to a learn then design-based development and tests plays a crucial role. Inspired from lean product development and theory of constraints I share my ideas about how to view and improve test within the product development process.

Dirk Holste has over 25 years’ experience working in different leadership roles in large and international organizations. He is a lean-agile coach and transformation consultant working with change leadership and agile transformations since 2012. 

Dirk has planned and implemented large scale transformations in complex organizations based on lean agile principles. His mission is to empower people to explore new areas with training, coaching and leads with authenticity and passion. He is co-author of the book “XXL Agile & Lean Coaching” and has presented at different lean & agile conferences. Dirk is co-founder of Think Flow a new consultancy company with focus on lean & agile transformations and with a passion for flow.

Dirks experience include:

  • Lean, Agile methodologies
  • SAFe Framework
  • Agile Leadership / Change management
  • DevOps, CI/CD, Agile Testing
  • Business Agility / Portfolio Management
  • Coaching & Mentoring
  • Project management

You recognize Dirk by these three words: FOCUS, PASSION and EMPATHY

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    2:30pm GMT

    Breakout rooms - Reflections and interaction

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    Reflections and questions to the speakers

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    Break

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    Microsoft Teams Conference

    Kelly Mallery, Business Unit Lead at GE Aerospace – Coaching the Kata Way

    Toyota Kata Coaching - This session will walk you through how practicing the Coaching Kata, as established by Mike Rother in his Toyota Kata works, can unlock your team’s potential for achieving higher and higher levels of creativity and capabilities. You will learn how this practice spans across all industries and circumstances to provide you with meta skills for navigating yourself and your teams through uncertainty to success.

    Kelly Mallory is a Business Leader at GE Aerospace in Rutland, VT where she is currently working to establish model lines/light houses across the factory.  She joined GE in 2019 after 9 years of manufacturing engineering experience in solar and industrial consumer products.  Kelly has been practicing continuous improvement for her entire career and in the last two and a half years has transitioned from practicing to coaching.  She has been a practicing member of the Kata Girl Geeks since 2020 and founded Kata School Northeast at the end of 2022. Kelly and her family live in the Upper Valley nestled between Vermont and New Hampshire.

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    Short Break

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    Ulrika Thell, Enterprise Coach - Leadership & Culture at Scania – Time to update our internal OS – It Starts with You (Me!)

    To handle the challenges we face in a more and more complex environment, we tend to focus on what is tangible. We upgrade our way of working, and we try to become even better at what we do through more knowledge and experience. Focusing on these areas will help us become more efficient, but is that enough? This session will focus on why it is essential to upgrade our own internal operating systems as well, and that change starts with you (me!).

    Ulrika Thell is a human centered change agent, an agility in leadership expert (ICE-AL) and a  Meditation Teacher & Coach. She has 25 years of experience working in the automotive industry, with over two decades in different leadership positions. Cross functionally, nationally and internationally.

    Ulrika has aways been intrigued by change and willing to test new things. As a leader she has had the privilege to drive change and it is her experience that when you do, it is of outmost importance to do that from the heart and with a human centered approach. This has become a driving force for Ulrika in recent years, as change comes from within and the speed of change and the need of flexibility is ever increasing. This requires more diverse perspectives and affect our behaviors and culture as well. Therefore she also state the importance of personal growth as an item on the daily agenda of a successful business, equally important as deliveries and customers et al.

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    4:30pm GMT

    Breakout rooms - Reflections and interactions

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    4:40pm GMT

    Reflections and questions to the speaker

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    4:50pm GMT

    Final reflections and remarks

    End

    By Juha Tammi & Peter Palmér

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    5:00pm GMT

    End

    Exchange

    Following the spirit of Lean Product & Process Development EXCHANGE, there will be good possibilities to Exchange knowledge with other attendees as well as with the speakers.

    After each presentation, we have a session +Reflections and interaction where you will reflect and interact on the learnings from the presenter.

    We end the virtual LPPDE with some final reflections and remarks and hope the Exchange will continue on our LinkedIn site.

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