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Boris Gloger, Germany, borisgloger consultingBoris Gloger is a German Scrum pioneer and thought leader for new forms of work and education. Since 2002, he has been instrumental in establishing Scrum as the standard for agile software development in Europe, South Africa and Brazil. With his consultancy borisgloger consulting, he not only supports DAX® and ATX companies in agile organizational management, but also drives new ways of working in day-to-day business in his own company.Boris Gloger is the author of several specialist books on the topics of agility and Scrum. His experience speaks for itself: as the first certified Scrum trainer in Germany, Boris Gloger has trained more than 5000 managers and teams in Scrum since 2004. With the scientifically proven methods, managers and their employees quickly find clarity when it comes to establishing changes in companies, coordinating and implementing projects.
Sanny Hu, Guangdong University, ChinaSanny is an Off-Campus Mentor for Postgraduate at Guangdong Foreign and Trading University and Professor at Guangdong University of Finance and Economics.She is a finance and accounting professional with over 20 years of experience in Biologics, FMCG, Electric and Mechanical equipment manufacture and commercial industries.Sanny gained experience in extensive areas including international corporate finance planning and analysis, reporting and casting. Share service center, internal control (COSO) etc.She holds a Master of Global Finance, New York University_Stern Business School and a Master of Business Administration at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and has over twenty years work experience as Finance Manager (Schneider Electric, China), Head of FIN_Fields of South China (Schindler Elevator Ltd.), Finance Controller (Carlsberg Consultancy and Management Co. Ltd, China), Associate Finance Director (Lonza Biologics Ltd.) ...Sanny now works as Associate Finance Director at Beigene Biologics Ltd. in:
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Gitta Peyn, systems researcher and cyberneticist, co-developer of FORMWELT and WELTFORM, founder of the FORMWELTen Institute for Renewing Systems Research and the Larnaca Conferences.Since 1988 she has been working with her husband on systemic and sustainable models, concepts and tools for communication, social and cognitive design and systemic complexity-conscious education and language. With FORMWELT team, she is in the process of building a global platform that empowers all people to systemic communication and education for understanding oriented global collaboration, superintelligent problem solving and human multiresilience.In 2020 she presented what FORMWELT can do for intersectionality and collective intelligence in times of metacrises at the conference "Strategies for transformative global Leadership" organized by the United Nations and the World Academy of Art and Science.In the course of her FORMlogical-systemic investigations of complex decision-making systems such as human cognition, communication and conflict systems, Gitta trains leaders, consultants and staff from politics, business and social work in emergent models and programs in the FORMWELT Academy. This includes, among others, "Management by ConflictFORMs", with the help of which artificial emulations of conflict systems are used in social and organizational design and for the practical management of dysfunctional conflicts.
Prof. Karambu Ringera, KenyaProf. Karambu Ringera, PhD intercultural communication University of Denver and Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA lives in Meru, Kenya.She is the 2019 Global Impact Award recipient, the 2019 Mark Wilhelm Award for Courage of Convictions; a 2016 Cordes Social Entrepreneurs Fellow; a 2015/16 Next Generation Leader Fellow of the McCain Institute for International Leadership, USA; the 2015 Life Achievement Award and 2015 Master Scholar Award winner, University of Denver, USA; and the 2012 African Achievers Award, UK – for her cutting edge work in innovative and sustainable models of development & peacebuilding, women’s human rights , children’s rights and global leadership programs around the world.Karambu is the founder and president of the Tiriji Foundation (TF); International Peace Initiatives (IPI); and the founder: the Amani Children’s Homes (ACHs), the New Generation Leaders (NGL) program; and Tiriji Eco Centre; and co-founder of the Practical Permaculture Institute, Mount Kenya Region.Using a systems-thinking and regenerative model, she has used her extensive academic background and international experience working in many countries to design and implement models of effective community engagement, women’s & youth’s grassroots leadership programs, collaborative problem solving models, preemptive and post conflict reconciliation, and proactive health campaigns. She has built a successful, working model of “Amani Homes,” community homes of peace for orphans and vulnerable children in Meru, Kenya. In addition, she has created a vocational skills school that teaches so-called ‘school drop outs’ how to use their skills to create successful businesses. 80% of students graduating from this program set up their own businesses!
Yonah has been working on the intersection of tech and society since the 2005 year - when he has become a tech explorer and launched a hardware think tank. Over his journey, he worked on tech startups and labs, helped to facilitate tech ecosystems through North America to APAC, MENA, Africa, screened over a few thousand teams, contributed to policies, frameworks, ethics, public and multilateral initiatives.His current mission is to reshape the future of technology, algorithmic diversity and accessibility, specifically in aspects of ability, neurodiversity, gender/women, youth. Yonah serves public and private innovation ecosystems to screen, evaluate, vet and support emerging technologies related to the future of learning, wellbeing, work, human-centered innovation, participate in co-design of tech products and solutions, work on tech policies, ethics and bottom-up projects to better adopt/democratize it. In 2020/21 he has spent over 60 world appearances to bring awareness to the neurodiversity / ability exclusion crisis, ethics and the role of social AI, robotics and tech.
Christiane Wilmes, ModerationChristiane is passionate about learning as well as designing and creating spaces with a catalytic effect on learning and development processes. She is fascinated by systemic thinking and applying systemic theory on practical questions to cope with the issues of our time - especially in business contexts.Christiane brings in her experience as change consultant and organizational coach for corporate transformations as well as her curiosity on how we can discuss futures and create one that we find desirable.“I am grateful to get the chance to support Larnaca conferences and to contribute creating a positive future together.”
Dominik Ortelt, Denmark, Expert on Learning and MonozukuriDominik is an expert in creating practical and epistemic learning experiences in organizational environments and Monozukuri-corporate design. He is concerned with issues that contribute to enhancing the survival capabilities of organizations.Dominik brings 15 years of practical and theoretical experience in quality management, process management, production design and continuous improvement. His strengths include rapid dimension and perspective shifts and linking existing knowledge and tools to develop new approaches.He is a pluralistic and altruistic thinker who likes to push his and others knowledge thresholds through his autodidactic skills and unconventional questions. He is passionate about educating scientific thinkers who, through a goal-directed pursuit of knowledge, learn to treat obstacles experimentally and thus overcome increasingly daunting challenges.
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Daniel Dick, Anthropologist, GermanyDaniel´s life has three cornerstones: Spirituality, science and aesthetics. His scientific home is system science, social and cultural anthropology and consciousness research, his spiritual home is a pantheistic pragmatism with a focus on Vajrayana Buddhism and the aesthetics are part of enjoying beauty in nature, culture and between beings.Daniel’s professions have been in research and educational institutions related to system science, consciousness research, anthropology, holistic medicine, consultancy and management and sexual pedagogy.Fields of interests to explore consciousness have been systems of thinking, ideology, religions and rituals, philosophy of science, phenomenology of experience and cybernetics.He explored applied research and development projects for self-exploration software tools, impact assessment, pain perception and flickering light perception. He has been lecturer at the University of Vienna in Anthropology and Sociology. He holds the Young Scientist Bertalanffy Award of the European Meeting of Cybernetics and System Research 2016, has worked for several research institutions, such as the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science, the European School of Governance and co-founded the independent Viennese Academy of Consciousness Research in 2015. He also co-founded Existential Consciousness Research Institute in 2018.Daniel’s student life has been paralleled by feminist ideas, and emancipatory approaches, which encouraged him to think about Masculinity, Sexuality and relationships. He co-authored a book “Sex, Masculinity and God” in 2020 and organized several international conferences about consciousness research and anthropology.Besides of that, he loves the peaks of the mountain, the waves of the sea, strong espresso, selected music and good time with friends, family and photography.
Hans Kluge, Germany“I probably don’t know the solution, though I admire the problem.” – Hans Kluge is creative nerd, agile project manager and systemic coach. With his leading question on “how to make work prettier” he is questioning organisational structures and preceding traditions. As a generalist he’s thinking beyond, tries out and enables in the given context.After a standard business administration study and the according career-driven track through corporations and agencies the dissonance between the how we work and what we do grew. Starting a journey to find the more and future fitting solutions he stumbled uponnew work, agile methods, systems theory, systemic coaching, and other mindset bricks assembling an overall image. The guiding principle “I probably don’t know, let us find that out together” accompanied Hans to work freelance.As a multidimensional bridge builder between tradition and future he is dedicated to project management with integrated coaching. In the scope of graphic and web/IT he provides creative eruptions and solutions outside the box.Moderating and facilitating parts of the Larnaca Conference is an exciting trip in Hans’ journey for finding new future fitting solutions – leastwise knowing how to create them. Furthermore, he continues his FORMwelt research with practical utilization.
Sören Krüger, GermanySören Krüger (32) from Wiesbaden has been working as a Scrum Master in the IT industry for 5 years. In his current job at the software service provider AOE, he also supports organizational development. He is passionate about self-study in social systems theory and is always opening up new perspectives for his team and the company. Sören is driven by the firm belief that people are usually not the problem but the context favors / prevents decisions.
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