The Human Factor
Mind as Code - Mindfulness for Developers and Knowledge WorkersMarkus WittwerTuesday Jun 18, 10:30
Swearing, Nudity and Other Vulnerable PositionsJohn Le DrewTuesday Jun 18, 11:30
Extreme Digitalization in ChinaChristina BoutrupTuesday Jun 18, 14:15
It’s a Small World after all - How Thinking Small is Changing Software Development Big TimeSander HoogendoornTuesday Jun 18, 15:30
PopcornFlow: If Change is Hard, Make it ContinuousClaudio PerroneTuesday Jun 18, 16:30
Build Agility with Design SprintsGary CrawfordThursday Jun 20, 11:30
It's Getting FasterLiz KeoghThursday Jun 20, 15:30
Veilingzaal & Graanbeurszaal
We live in a time where the hierarchical structure of teams with managers is moving to a new model of tribes with leaders. In the ideal version of this new landscape, the expertise of developers and specialists is recognized and everyone is involved in the decision-making process.
How can we make this transition?
How do we cope with our new roles?
What works and what doesn’t?
Behind every online interaction is a real live person with their own unique background, perspectives, biases and context. To be successful we must embrace and nurture our relationships with other humans, whether they are community members in an open source project, founded start-up or work for a huge corporation.