Free evening event: Navigating in Uncertainty and Evolving direction at LEGO, September 22

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Free evening event: Navigating in Uncertainty and Evolving direction at LEGO, September 22

Agile Lean Ledarskap Enterprise
Meet Stephen “Art of action” Bungay (the wiz of strategy) and learn how LEGO evolves direction across 15+ teams, at this evening seminar. 17:30 – 17:45 Finger food and beverages. 17:45 – 18:15 Case: “Evolving direction at LEGO”, Eik & Mattias 18:20 – 18:50 Seminar “Navigating in Uncertainty” with Stephen Bungay 18:50 – 19:00 Q & A Case: “Evolving direction at LEGO”, Eik & Mattias Keeping a focus over time can be considered the “black art” of product development. We will share how LEGO evolves direction into deliveries across 15+ teams, the decisions made at each level and the role big room planning plays in making direction, come alive. “Navigating in Uncertainty”, Stephen Bungay Although strategy has always been developed in uncertainty, today’s fast-changing, unpredictable environment has now placed the issue of uncertainty centre stage.  A way of not only surviving but flourishing in such an environment was developed and put into practice 150 years ago, and Stephen will talk about its principles and how they can be put into action today. About Stephen: Stephen is the author of the book “Art of action”. He is a Director of the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre with over three decades of consulting experience, including 17 years  at The Boston Consulting Group. What you didn’t know about Stephen is that is he is also a strategy mentor in Formula 1.   NOTE: Stephen Bungay is teaching The Art of Action at Crisp on September 23:
  • Date: 2016-09-22
  • City: Stockholm
  • Language: English


DateSeptember 22, 2016 from 17:30
VenueCrisp´s office, Sveavägen 31, Stockholm
Price0, +46 8 556 950 15

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