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Changing from the conventional ways to agile ways of managing: Success Stories From Vietnam
February 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm NZDT
Teal Unicorn have been busy on Vietnam for the last three years, even through lockdowns, changing how organisations large and small manage their work.
Join us to recount some of our stories of success and failure in new ways of working, and managing, including self organising teams, servant leaders, simplified controls, flattened hierarchy, profit sharing, OpenSpace improvement workshops, learning culture, and building collaborative community.
We will talk about how these resulted in better work, better lives, and better society: productivity and profits are up, staff and bosses are happier, and people are treated better.
Dr Cherry Vu and Rob England are Teal Unicorn. Together they provide consulting and training to make work better: better results, better lives, better society.
Their focus is new ways of managing to enable new ways of working. They work in Vietnam, New Zealand, and around the world, producing advances in productivity, positivity, and culture.
Dr Cherry Vu (T.S. Vũ Anh Đào) is an expert on Agile Enterprise, training leaders and managers. She is a member of Lean In Agile “LIA 100”, the list of 100 women making significant contributions in Lean and Agile spaces across the globe.
Rob is a globally recognised expert in best practices in management, DevOps, and ITSM. He is an independent IT management consultant, trainer, author, and thought leader. He is best known for his controversial blog, the IT Skeptic.
Dr Cherry Vu and Rob England are the authors of the highly rated book: The agile Manager: New Ways of Managing.