Oana is found of systemic approach she applies in her work with people, teams, organisations to build a resilient workplace, and a source of joy. She implements mainly Customer Centric Agile and Lean approaches featuring Design Thinking.
Designing Organisations for Tomorrow, a systemic approach
Teams, organisations, projects and software are complex systems. A common bias in dealing with them is "the wishful thinking", which means we believe that if we address complex systems as they were simple, they will behave as such.
This hands-on workshop will let you experience the behaviours of different systems: from simple to chaotic. The session aims to clarify why the iterative loop of "Experiment & Learn" is the most adapted systemic approach to work reality. It offers also the opportunity to learn how a chaos systems can bring value and what conditions those systems should meet.
The workshop has 3 main phases :
- experience the Cynefin Model and gather the learning
- observe and exercice the behaviour of a complex system: what brings value in a complex system and how sustainable it can be
- observe the behaviour of a chaos system and introduce conditions of "Antifragility". Learn how chaos may be high value generative systems .
One of the most important outcomes of this workshop is to help you reflect of the impact and the level significance of predictability.
Feb 1, 2017
One day workshop
Feb 2—3, 2017
Two Day Conference
Jan 31 - Feb 1, 2017
Two day workshop
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Author of “Domain-Driven Design”
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Functional and Algebraic Domain Modeling
Co-author of “Patterns, Principles and Practices of DDD”
Inventor of “EventStorming”
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Software Developer and Development Coach
Modeller of domains, systems and processes
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Leading DDD and BDD practitioner
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