• Stefan Bryner has been Head of Human Resources and a member of the Executive Board of the Organization and Information Technology (OIZ) service department of the City of Zurich since 2010. OIZ is the information technology center of the City of Zurich and is responsible for the IT infrastructure and cross-departmental IT projects within the city administration. It supports all departments of the City of Zurich in their digital transformation. In his daily work, he is repeatedly confronted with topics such as agile methods and practices, changes in organizational culture and nurturing innovation. Previously, he worked as Organizational Development Specialist at Swisscom and Human Resource Manager at Zurich Airport.

  • Mischa Ramseyer is founder of pragmatic solutions and Agile Executive Coach. For more than 10 years he has supported companies in increasing their ability to deliver in growth and change processes; his specialist field is Agile Management & Leadership in SMEs, his passion is people. Mischa is a great advocate of Agile Values & Principles and is considered one of the leading experts in the Lean, Agile & Scrum Community in Switzerland.

  • Nicola Jorio has been a Business Consultant at BearingPoint since 2016. He has over 5 years of experience in managing agile companies and coaching agile teams in various industries. As a certified SAFe® Program Consultant (SPC), he trains executives and teams in the area of scaled agility and supports them in transformation projects. Prior to this, he successfully founded and led a start-up with self-organized and interdisciplinary teams, promoting a corporate culture in which agile methods and practices were anchored in DNA.

Digitalization pushes traditional leadership models to their limits or even makes them obsolete. Are agile organizations the solution for a successful entrepreneurial future?

Digitalization pushes traditional leadership models to their limits or even makes them obsolete. Are agile organizations the solution for a successful entrepreneurial future?

To succeed in today's environment of increasing digitalization and ever-changing customer needs, companies must continually adapt and evolve. This is easier said than done. Agile organizational forms are on everyone's lips and are regarded as a patent recipe for mastering this "constant" change. Stefan Bryner, Head of Human Resources Zurich City Organization and Information Technology, and Mischa Ramseyer, founder of Pragmatic Solutions and Agile Executive Coach, explain to us where the patent recipe comes in and where its limits lie.

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