Targetprocess for Rapid Learning Cycles
Rapid Learning Cycles is an agile way of capturing knowledge. It is often applied in the development of innovative products, where the concept and definition phase of a project often consists of building knowledge by the development teams. Based on this knowledge, the teams can make substantiated decisions and choices. It prevents teams from making decisions based on assumptions and creates traceable reasoning from captured knowledge to key decision.
From project to product to platform
High-tech companies that develop complex products are transforming their product development approach from project to product to platform oriented working.
This also applies to VDL-ETG. Ton Peijnenburg and Jos de Klerk explain the main challenges for these transformations.
They elaborate on how TopTeam helps VDL-ETG to move from a project-oriented to a product-oriented way of product development and how TopTeam also helps them to transform to a platform-oriented way of product development.
Synergio will demonstrate some key features of TopTeam that support these transformations.
From work load to job satisfaction
In many organizations it is hard work at the moment. Work pressure is high due to the tight labor market and innovations that follow each other at an increasing pace.
Based on the 4 pillars of high performing teams, Synergio has given a one-day workshop that teaches you how to ensure that your team does not suffer from this high workload.
Lizet Bary and Esmée Bertens took the participants on how managers can create Psychological Safety, Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose.
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Lizet Bary from Synergio shows you how we work together on complex product development issues, but also how we enter into dialogue with our customers, for example in the form of workshops.
In addition, there is also a lot of attention for personal development. Lidia Faszczewska talks about our “you rock” trophy.
And last but not least, we also just have fun together.
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Visit our office together with Mike van Spall. He tells you what we do at Synergio, where we stand and what we find important.