Our Journey to a Self-Organised Team

schedule 02:15 PM - 03:00 PM place EN 101 (L100) people 48 Attending

solvup is an innovative business unit in TIC group which is a #1 reverse logistic company in Australia who focus on operation and cost saving.
solvup development team is the first in-house development team and 2 years ago team members were not motivated with work.
With adopting self-organisation concept, it becomes a happy, passionate and innovative team. Everyone is willing to help each other and achieve best for business.
People become promoter gradually for how we work.
Through this session,we will share our experience how we introduce the self-organisation concept and keep growing.
Charlie and Waruni will share the experience from two different perspective, changing leader and team member.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Personal story behind why Charlie is so passion able about self-organise

How we start

include how we graudally get it started through corporate HR, team, senior managers; And up to a stage that we have promoters how we work

Keep learning, Keep improving

Continuous improvement spirit basing people first and team first

Q&A

Learning Outcome

Audience will learn what we have went through both success and failures; Some of tools can be applied in work place immediately. And our experiemental and business value driven approach will help self-organised team grow in traditional and operation focus organisations. 

Would love to have feedback from people in conference what they do and what they feel

 

Target Audience

People who are passionate about building highly effective development team through self-organise

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