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Cross Functional Teamwork: “From Silos to T-Shaped functions” (live)

We will explore where the untapped potential lies in organizations to optimize the use of cross-functional teamwork.

In general, everyone in a support role should regularly assess themselves on:
• How strong are we aligned and connected to (or better: embedded in) our company’s primary activities?
• Did we review our own processes and policies (in co-design) thoroughly enough so that they support such transformation?
• Do we improve in an agile way with many small increments?

The delivery of support solutions by multi-disciplinary teams needs to be in-sync with the high pace and iterative development cycles in the primary functions and evolve into a “support platform of T-Shaped functions”.

After the presentation of thoughts behind the related chapters in the book, we will have an interactive workshop triggering your game-changing ideas to make the biggest impact on organizations with the least effort.


Sep 10 2020


11:00 - 11:40

Local Time

  • Timezone: Europe/Stockholm
  • Date: Sep 10 2020
  • Time: 13:00 - 13:40

Types of

Interactive Session


  • Wouter Bak
    Wouter Bak

    Wouter is co-founder and managing partner of FutureXeed, based in his home country, The Netherlands.
    Passionate about helping individuals, teams and organizations accelerate their (Agile / SAFe / Digital / DevOps / HR) transformation, Wouter uses practical examples from his work as an independent consultant, having helped various global companies in their organization journey.
    He brings new insights combining his Agile certifications, an industrial engineering background, and the deep international HR expertise, having held various end-responsible international HR roles at the VP level and as a member of business management teams.
    Co-author of the Agile People Manifesto, Wouter is an active member of the Agile People global community, keeping each other up to date on the edge of developments in this field.