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ScanAgile 2019 is looking for presentation proposals. Whether you’d like to share your latest insights, war stories or in general anything that you think might interests you fellow agilistas, please share!
Deadline for sending your proposal has been moved forward. Last day to send your proposal is Wednesday 19th of December.

Please fill out the call for proposals form here:

Sonja Ängeslevä

Sonja is a pioneer, digital tinkerer and award-winning game industry activist. She specializes in innovation networks and data informed product development.

She works as Product Lead at social game developer, Zynga; is in the steering group of National Artificial Intelligence Program deliberating on the future of AI in Finland, and works as the Chairman of the Board of Neogames ry, keeping Finland’s role central when shaping the future of global game industry.

Sonja started her career building collaborative filtering models for personalized recommendations, spatial and haptic games and service prototypes for mobile television. She has written several pioneering books about digital media cultures and games, and has been one of the key influencers behind Finnish game industry networks for the past 15 years. Before joining Zynga, she was Product Director at Unity, building new innovative B2C service, advisor for mobile game studio Small Giant Games and board member of educational game platform.

She likes digital tinkering and as one of her hobby projects, is building tools to enable other digital product builders to become more data savvy and experiment driven.

Follow Sonja on Twitter at: @souplala

Niels Pflaeging

Niels is a passionate advocate for a “new breed“ of leadership and profound change in organizations. He is founder of the BetaCodex Network, and co-founder of Red42, based in Wiesbaden/Germany. Prior to the BetaCodex Network, Niels was for five years a director with the prestigious Beyond Budgeting Round Table.

Niels´ second book, Leading with flexible Targets was awarded the Financial Times Germany Best Business Book award, in 2006. Both this book and his latest titles, such as Organize for Complexity and Complexitools, were lauded by critics and readers alike and became bestsellers.  His latest book is the OpenSpace Beta handbook – an introduction to an entirely new way of bringing about organizational change.

As a consultant, Niels has been strongly involved in transformational change projects for organizations both in Europe and the Americas, since 2006. Expect to be surprised, inspired, and invited to reflect both practice and theory of agile, performance systems, organizational design, and change.

»When Pflaeging shakes the dogmas of management, they crumble in his hands.«
Financial Times Germany

Find out more information about Niels and his work on his website.
For articles, visit Niels´ LinkedIn Pulse page.
Read his hit white paper “Organize for Complexity” here.
His videos:
Twitter: @NielsPflaeging.

Bjarte Bogsnes

Bjarte Bogsnes has a long international career, both in Finance and HR. He is currently heading up the Beyond Budgeting implementation at Equinor, Scandinavia’s largest company with operations in 36 countries and a turnover of 130 bn USD. On Fortune 500, the company was recently ranked #1 on Social responsibility and #7 on Innovation. Transparency International has named Equinor the most transparent listed company globally.

Bjarte is a popular international business speaker and winner of a Harvard Business Review/McKinsey Management Innovation award. He is the author of “Implementing Beyond Budgeting – Unlocking the Performance Potential”, where he writes about his implementation experiences. Equinor realized that traditional leadership and management practices no longer work in today’s competence organizations operating in business environments more complex, dynamic and unpredictable than ever. The company implemented innovative alternatives to traditional management, like abolishing traditional budgets and calendar-based management in favor of more decentralized, agile and human processes.

He has spent half his career outside Norway, including several years in the European petrochemicals company Borealis as vice president for corporate control and later for human resources. At Borealis he also headed an initiative to manage the company without a budget. He graduated from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration in 1983, joining Equinor in the same year.

Follow Bjarte on Twitter at: @bbogsnes


By signing up early you score yourself a discount from normal ticket price. But this offer available only until November 30th or until quota of 100 tickets is sold out.

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Two conference days full of inspiring content, including keynote speeches from Interesting speakers.
Full catering including breakfast, lunch and afternoon coffee for both days
Awesome Conference Party.

(Incl. VAT)


Two conference days full of inspiring content, including keynote speeches from interesting speakers.
Full catering including breakfast, lunch and afternoon coffee for both days
Awesome Conference Party.