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Presentation: "Outcome Delivery with the Mobius Loop"

Track: Game changing methods and practices / Time: Monday 11:30 - 12:20 / Location: Amalienborg

Agile and Lean teams can go extremely fast. If they are heading in the wrong direction, they will simply fail faster.

In 50 minutes you will get three talks that will take you on the journey of why outcomes matter.

The first talk will be a walkthrough on the Mobius loop, a framework that helps you discover and deliver outcomes rather than outputs.

The second talk is a case study of a B2B travel company who used Mobius to transform the organization and build their products.

The third is a Government project for Aarhus Health Municipality delivered by Systematic, that used Mobius and an outcomes based approach from contract through to delivery.

It will be a practical and true to life session, sharing our how-to’s and lessons learned.

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Carsten Ruseng Jakobsen, Senior manager, lean and agile coach in Systematic

Carsten Ruseng Jakobsen

Biography: Carsten Ruseng Jakobsen

Carsten is a senior manager, lean and agile coach in Systematic where he led the agile transformation in 2006. He has published a series of articles describing significant learnings from Systematic Scrum adoption and improvements. He presents at agile conferences and delivers guest lectures to universities.  His current interest is towards customer collaboration models allowing for better understanding of customer needs. From his activities in that area, he has found great inspiration from the Mobius model and outcome delivery. Carsten is currently a part of building the product organization to deliver the Columna Cura product to the municipality of Aarhus. As part of this he has worked to bring Mobius into the Columna Cura product development at Systematic.

Esben Wolf, Project director at Municipality of Aarhus, Department of Health Care

Esben Wolf

Biography: Esben Wolf

Esben Wolf, project director at Municipality of Aarhus, Department of Health Care. Currently directing the implementation of a new electronic health care record for the municipality. Esben has previously been working for the health care regions of Central Denmark and South Denmark, directing some large tenders and IT strategy development. Esben has ealier been involved in a series of R&D project within IT and tele.

Gabrielle Benefield, Agile/Lean product and UX coach

Gabrielle Benefield

Biography: Gabrielle Benefield

Gabrielle Benefield has taken startups public and transformed enterprises using Agile and lean methods. Now that Agile has crossed the chasm and doesn’t need her help, she is focusing on the things that really annoy her. Bad products that are difficult to use, and legal contracts that you can’t understand. She feels that the world would be a better place if people avoided building so many useless features. Her ultimate aim is to get the world to understand that outcomes matter more than outputs.

Twitter: @gbenefield

Renee Tsielepi, Head of IT - eBusiness at Miki Travel (CSP)

Renee Tsielepi

Biography: Renee Tsielepi

Renee Tsielepi is Head of IT, working at Miki Travel Limited - one of the leading providers of Wholesale Group and FIT travel programmes.
Based in the UK, she has worked at some large Travel ecommerce companies including / Travelocity and Opodo and has helped companies get started, evolve, and succeed with advanced Agile and Lean practices.
More recently at Miki, she has been adopting the Outcome Delivery method, which has been a super power, allowing her and her agile teams to really focus on removing waste and delivering valuable outcomes rather than simply output.

Twitter: @Tsielepi

Torben Mejlvang Hagensen, Lead architect and Product Manager for Systematic

Torben Mejlvang Hagensen

Biography: Torben Mejlvang Hagensen

Torben is Lead architect and Product Manager for Systematics Healthcare IT products. He has more than 25 year experience in software development, mostly within the healthcare domain. He is passionate about building the right solutions to provide maximal value for the customers, and spends most of his time communicating with stakeholders and the development teams about the goals for the product development. Torben is currently the chief product owner of the new Columna Cura product to the Municipality of Aarhus and the lead of a team of four product owners, including himself.