For Tuesday this week, we have Jochen Goeser. Jochen is Project Lead Agile Transformation at Robert Bosch Power Tools where he has been using Flight Levels to help the business become agile.

Q. How would you describe yourself in a single tweet?

A. At Robert Bosch Power Tools we are undergoing the biggest transformation in our over 100 years of existence, Agile Transformation. I feel very fortunate to be the project leader of this program in which we are working on five dimensions (leadership, collaboration, organization, processes&methods and strategy) to make PT an agile organization.

As a rebel and pioneer in an organization, I would like to encourage others to think outside of the box AND start working on the system.

Q. In your opinion, what is the most exciting thing happening in your industry right now?

A. As a “hardware” company for us, it is crucial to find ways to better collaborate across functional silos and being closer to our users.

Q. Why should people come to Lean Agile London 2020?

A. Just look at the agenda and the location! 🙂

Q. What is your favourite thing about London?

A. I LOVE London and I like the mix of a very modern city with the British traditions and way of living. My most favorite place to go is Wimbledon, as I am big tennis enthusiast.

Q. Why should people come to your talk at Lean Agile London 2020?

A. In our talk – together with Carmen – we would like to show you what we did so far with a 20,000 people organization in order to become a real agile organization and how we implemented our Strategy and the Business Agility. This is one part of the story. The other is to learn from the audience how they did it, which experience they made and which recommendations we could take away.

Q. What are you most looking forward to at Lean Agile London 2020?

A. I highly anticipate meeting like-minded people and solutions to some our current challenges.


Jochen will be speaking with his colleague Carmen Knippenberg at Lean Agile London at 11:10 on Tuesday 28th April 2020 in the Bridge Room of Glaziers Hall.

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