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Growing a Culture of Data-Driven Continuous Improvement
February 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm CET
When analyzing millions of data points from the world’s largest agile assessment database, it’s clear that certain team practices and behaviors are highly correlated with positive business outcomes. What are these concrete behaviors and why is it that they – consistently – are associated with better business outcomes across enterprises in virtually all industries? Conversely, what are some of the patterns that tend to correlate with negative results?
In this talk, we will show you what concrete behaviors are associated with positive outcomes such as speed-to-market, customer satisfaction and quality improvements so you can amplify your focus and dampen those practices that tend to correlate with negative outcomes. We’ll also outline a simple, yet effective approach to get a deeper understanding of why certain behaviors tend to lead to bad outcomes – and how to implement a data-driven approach to continuous improvement.
Understand how to instill a culture of data-driven continuous improvement
Go through a simple end-to-end exercise so you can start improving how you work right away
Recognize the key factors that are critical for creating high-performance teams.
Jorgen Hesselberg has over ten years of experience in a variety of technical environments and specializes in helping companies achieve value through strong leadership and effective project management processes and techniques. He has worked in organizations of various sizes, from proprietary hedge funds to Fortune 1000 companies such as Hewitt Associates, Microsoft and Citigroup. He is currently a project manager at NAVTEQ, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nokia Corporation.