Building the winning team (Janus Boye): Does your team have what it takes? In true peer group style, you will launch straight into an honest conversation about what it really takes to build a winning team. Examine the strengths and weaknesses of your team and what it takes to make it a winning one.
Fostering a culture for innovation (Katrine Sundbye): Innovation is high on the agenda for corporations today. But how does various types of innovation influence business results, and how can we foster a culture that fuels innovation? You will explore these questions and test out a tool that helps you map current and desired culture in an organisation.
Going from company strategy to an actionable product roadmap (Katrine Sundbye): “Firm direction, flexible approach” is Katrine's philosophy when it comes to digital product development. Here you will explore how product roadmaps can help us to close the gap between high level business strategy and what gets implemented.
Business development towards predictable revenue (Janus Boye): If you prefer whale hunting, that is OK. However, in this Wednesday closing session, we will take a different approach by looking to systematically build a business development function that delivers predictable revenue.
Being a host, coach, and lead for Boye & Company peer groups has put Janus on a decade-long learning journey behind the scenes of digital agencies, small and large, as well as numerous complex and global organisations in Europe and North America. He also chairs the internationally recognized Boye Conferences held since 2005 in Aarhus, Denmark. With 3 young kids, Janus is also involved in public schools in Denmark on a local and national level, finding surprisingly many parallels between digital and primary education.
Katrine is Delivery Director and business advisor at Making Waves. With twenty years experience from DNV GL, Bekk, and Accenture, she has spent one half of her professional life in consulting and the other half inside the corporate world, always driving innovation and change. Joining Accenture as their second communications professional in 1998 and later managing global teams of engineers and creators in the Norwegian-German firm DNV GL, she has gained wide experience with diverse and distributed teams.