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Wednesday, July 30 • 15:45 - 17:00
Leadership at Spotify (Anders Ivarsson, Kristian Lindwall) FILLING

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Spotify have been growing quickly as a company, and we are continuously experimenting with ways of making the company work as effectively as possible. Creating strong team autonomy and making sure we are all aligned requires effective and strong servant leadership.



We have gotten a lot of attention for our way of organizing into squads, chapters, tribes and guilds. One question we often get is how management and leadership in this organization works. So we would like to share what leadership in a large agile organization like Spotify looks like.



Some of the topics we will cover are:

- What can leadership look like in a large agile organization?

- How can a leader support autonomy and alignment?

- How does a leader help growing high-impact teams?

- How our different forms of leadership - both formal and informal, product, organizational and technical - overlap and interact to create successful teams

- Fostering informal leadership

- Informal leadership - acts of leadership

- Challenges that we have run in to


Speakers
avatar for Anders Ivarsson

Anders Ivarsson

Agile Coach, Spotify
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Kristian Lindwall

Agile coaches team lead, Spotify
I enjoy all aspects of software development. Since a couple of years back, I've changed my focus from developing the actual software to developing the organization that builds it. I am currently leading the agile coach team in one of the tribes at Spotify. Before I came to Spotify I worked as the development manager at the largest online broker company in Sweden. My strengths lies within the areas of: - leadership - bulding and growing teams... Read More →



Wednesday July 30, 2014 15:45 - 17:00
Osceola B

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