With: Niels Pflaeging
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 5, 3. sal
1129 København K.
In the domain of the complicated, often pretty much any method will suffice. Complicated problems can be solved with checklists, rules, processes, plans, milestones, machines and algorithms. In the domain of the complex, however, more than mere tools are needed to get the work done: We need organizational tools capable of integrating people and their capabilities back into the work. In other words: We need Complexitools.
Niels Pflaeging explains how the contemporary, smart and agile organization can be conceived, built and developed. Anywhere. Fast. In his keynote, you will learn how any organization, by adopting complexity-robust practices and tools, can become sustainably more successful and fit for human beings. Niels argues that moving beyond command and control requires not revolution, but a renaissance. Expect to be surprised, inspired, and invited to reflect both practice and theory. You can find more information about Niels and his work on his website. For articles by Niels, visit his LinkedIn Pulse page. You can also visit his YouTube channel here.
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Read an interview with Niels here: „Change your organization to support agile project work“
Change curator, advisor, author, management exorcist
Niels is a passionate advocate for a “new breed“ of leadership and profound change in organizations. He is founder and associate of the BetaCodex Network, and president of his own consulting firm based in Wiesbaden/Germany. Prior to the BetaCodex Network, Niels was for five years a director with the prestigious Beyond Budgeting Round Table. Niels´ second book, Leading with flexible Targets. Beyond Budgeting in Practice was awarded the Financial Times Germany Best Business Book award, in 2006. Both this book and his two latest ones, entitled Organize for Complexity and Complexitools were lauded by critics and readers and became bestsellers. As a consultant, Niels has been strongly involved in transformational change projects for organizations both in Europe and the Americas, since 2006. Niels also teaches at several European academic institutions.