GOTO Night "The RFP is dead: Or how do you evaluate a new agile partner today?”
with Mirko Kleiner
Nov. 17, 2016
GOTO Night TALK: “The RFP is dead: Or how do you evaluate a new agile partner today?”
Classic Evaluations (RfI > RfP > RfQ) are expensive, not efficient and focus to products and services only. In agile organizations other factors of the future partnership, such as soft-skills, collaboration, culture, etc. are at least as important. This is not covered yet in the classic approach. So what’s the solution?
Mirko Kleiner, Co-Founder of the Swiss Think Tank flowdays likes to present a new, exciting, radical approach for evaluations: 1 Page > 1 Day > 1 Evaluation
Currently the following goals are feasible:
- It’s as little as possible preparation time needed: We do everything together in one day only
- The most important information about the offer is available on 1 page: This makes it more easy to create offers and to compare multiple quotes
- Soft & hard skills’ are in focus too: As the quote will be worked out together, we learn how the potential partner act, think and feel.
- The Lean proposal canvas is already an agile contract: No translation step is necessary any more
SHORT BIO: MIRKO KLEINER, IS FOUNDER OF WAI.O.BLUE AND FOUNDER MEMBER OF FLOWDAYS COOPERATIVEMirko works as an independent agile coach and interim manager. He has long been an avowed Agilist (Agile Evangelist), but also flexible if it necessairy to adopt to the given surrounding conditions. After over 13 years of professional experience in various positions in distributed organizations, large-scale projects and different cultures (India, Russia, Serbia, Romania, West-EU), he is a known expert in setting up and management of distributed organizations and solving their challenges.
He shall be responsible for a balanced increase of business values and optimization of the corporate culture and is always looking for a holistic and sustainable approach beyond organizational and disciplinary boundaries.
He is eager to learn by other disciplines, persons and methods. Such as trends like Omni- commerce, gamification and collaborative consumption and their impact on organizations.
2nd GOTO Night TALK: “Twice the Tesla's in Half the Time: Scrum Production" by Joe Justice.
Joe Justice, well known Agile Coach trained by Jeff Sutherland and founder of the Car Team Wikispeed will give a talk during the second half of our GOTO Night.
Based on the book by Jeff Sutherland: “Twice the work in half the time”, Joe will speak about the efficiency of the Tesla production using Scrum.
18:00 Introduction by Trifork
18:05 Talk by Mirko Kleiner (45 mins)
19:35 Second half with Joe Justice
20:15 Networking (stay for as long as you wish)
Date Thursday November 17, 2016
Time 18:00 / 6pm
Host Holiday Inn, Wallisellenstrasse 48, 8050 Zürich
Cost Free of charge – snacks & refreshments included
Speaker Mirko Kleiner
Cancellation Please make sure to cancel your attendance in case you cannot come so that we do not spend more money on food+drinks than necessary. Thank you.
Joe Justice will be giving a Scrum@Hardware Certified Scrum Master course on November 17-18.