Optional Conference: Agile management, not just for managers

László Fülöp

László Fülöp works for Pont Systems, a solutions provider company focused on custom software development. László has been in the IT industry this past 18 years, he has been working on all kinds of projects for different industries from Munnich, Germany to Ha Noi, Viet Nam. He kickstarted the agile transformation in Pont and is managing the agile stream since then. He is the CTO of Pont Systems. And of course, a Change Agent.

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The Change Agent’s Dilemma – Using The Power of Disruptive Innovation in Changing your Organization


Going agile means changing your organization. If you are lucky you can succeed in one big step, get done, wash your hands and be happy. But most of us can do it only in small incremental steps, so deciding on the next step or steps is crucial, because we need success to keep our momentum in going forward.
In this talk you will learn about the process of selecting the best idea for your current situation. We will investigate how to choose from the many good ideas that you have. How to choose the one that will most probably work.
You may already have gone agile, and have discovered that this is only the first step in the ten thousand mile journey.
Or just want to change yourself, your team, your project, your organization, or maybe the world. Once you get started in the change business, it becomes a habit, and you always have a hundred ideas what to change, and need to decide which one to start with.
Or maybe you have one big idea and curious about whether it will succeed.
We speak a lot about how to change the world. But quite few about what to change. Little is known about the how to select and prioritize your ideas that they will have the most probability of success.
I invite you on a journey to this undiscovered territory to get a better understanding of how ideas and inventions actually born, grow and succeed on the long run.
The targeted audience is anyone who wishes to introduce changes and would like to understand some of the nontrivial aspects of innovation.