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Working out Loud (WOL) for a better project management

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Working out Loud (WOL) for better project management

Working Out Loud (WOL) has become more and more popular in recent years and has already been used consciously and successfully by various companies in Germany such as Bosch, BMW, Daimler and Vodafone. The focus was on the question of how employees and managers can get involved and enthusiastically contribute to a future working world and thus make a decisive contribution to the company's success.
WOL is understood as a tool to get out of silo thinking and also to build cross-functional relationships of cooperation and to share knowledge, but also to expand your mindset. WOL is used throughout the organization, especially in agile collaboration, because knowledge is consciously shared, constructive feedback is desired and the work with the respective interim results is made visible. Others can benefit from this knowledge, duplicate work and mistakes are avoided, the experiences of others enable an improved result.

It is no longer just that knowledge is power, but that sharing knowledge is power.
This process contributes to the absolute added value of an organization and beyond.

In our panel discussion series, Meike Al-Habash from the IHK Berlin, Andreas Rechter from Vodafone and the self-employed author Claudia Salowski, moderated by Stephan Wolter, PMI Germany Chapter e.V., discuss the use of WOL in an organization, but also in networks. They report on their experiences and thus give the audience an insight into where the use of WOL has an enormous and sustainable scope of action and where its limits are.


Agenda

1. Working out Loud as a further development tool in the context of project work - an introduction
2. Field reports:
    a. Meike Al-Habash at the IHK Berlin
    b. Andreas Rechter at Vodafone
    c. Claudia Salowski as author of the project "Empowering Women"
3. Q&A/ Discussion

Our speakers:

Meike Al-Habash brings many years of experience in the personal development of executives. She works in the Berlin IHK in the area of ​​change management and accompanies the various departments in change processes and the development of new product ideas. She contributes her expertise through agile team development with her focus on non-violent communication, systemic constellation work and potential analysis. She lives with her family in Berlin.

Andreas Rechter is a mindfulness trainer and coach and combines this with his experience in Vodafone's IT department. His ambition is to use training and coaching to enable people in change processes to achieve their goals in the long term and to make them internally agile and resilient to existing and future requirements with mindfulness. His path led him through time and self-management, "Agile Readiness" consulting for human resources to coaching and mindfulness. As part of an employee initiative, he organizes WOL.

Claudia Salowski works as a systemic organizational consultant, trainer and executive coach with a focus on leadership and corporate culture as well as diversity, inclusion & belonging. As a freelance author, she publishes non-fiction books and texts dealing with these topics. Before becoming a freelancer, she worked in specialist and managerial positions in industry in the areas of corporate communications and human resources. She lives near Marburg in central Hesse.


Further information


PDUs: You can purchase 2 PDUs for this event, which we will then claim for you.
Provider: PMI Germany Chapter (C421).
Location: Forum Factory, Besselstr. 14, 10969 Berlin

For questions about the event, please contact tanja.ehrenheim@pmi-gc.de.

Photographs may be taken at this event. With your registration you agree that these will be published e.g. in retrospects.

Event Information

Event Date 23.08.2022 19:00
Event End Date 23.08.2022 21:00
Capacity 40
Registered 27
Available Place 13
Cut off date 22.08.2022 12:00
Individual Price Free
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