Next Leancamp will take place in Berlin in two weeks. And its great to see communities collaborating and exchanging in shared directions – we want to create better products, keep on learning, stay tuned within an ever-changing world, simply work in better environments. Whether its the Lean & Agile communities, people talking about Agile schools, Agile University days, networks of change agents such as Stoos, the Lean Startup movement or many more.
If you happen to live around Berlin or just see the opportunity to get there for the 27th, don’t miss the opportunity for the Leancamp. If you need a discount for registration, drop me a note via twitter @michael_leber or mailto participants.ale2012(at)alenetwork.eu.
And if you plan going there, actively join the igniting discussion on ideas. These ideas are meant to steer new ideas and the demand for discussions or invbestigations. Final proposals and decisions will be done on-site at the beginning of the day.
Session proposals from my side so far:
And collaborating with Stefan Haas on leadership topics for startups, we will definitely also liaise at the Leancamp. Stefan proposed a hands-on topic for applying games to enter topics of leadership and lean organizations by gaining insights from interactive & playful approaches with peers.