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DevOpsDays Zürich

Djordje Babic &
Bogdan Doroslovac

16 - 17 April 2024 | Alte Kaserne Winterthur

Djordje Babic

Architect & Agile Coach @ Hivemind

Driven by two questions:

How to motivate large groups of people to work together for shared goals? Is it possible to communicate completely?

In this search, I have helped organizations grow and thrive, bringing clarity to structure, culture, and processes. I have mentored managers, directors, and C-level executives, and held many workshops that are designed to help teams collaborate, deliver, reflect, and improve. I focus on active questioning, listening deeply, and systemic modeling to help groups find their metaphors, share vision, and find ways of working together that are suitable to their needs

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Bogdan Doroslovac

Agile Consultant @ Zühlke Engineering

Bogdan Doroslovac is Agile Consultant at Zühlke Engineering. He has a education background in mechanical engineering and prior to turning to Agile coaching he was (and to an extent still is) a passionate embedded engineer that was exposed to Defense / Armament, Automotive and Medical industry in his career. His current focus is in supporting teams and companies on their Agile Journeys and is currently an active Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) with and SAFe Program Consultant (SPC) with Scaled Agile in good standing.

Joking referring to himself as Geek of all Trades Bogdan enjoys everything coming with that title. Besides RPGs like D&D 3.5 and D&D 5, he is a SF buff and WH40k fluff fan. Having an extreme prejudice against idle time he likes juggling, shooting, Rubik’s type twisty puzzles, escape rooms and anything requiring quick-wit, focus and manual dexterity. Latest learning path is exploration of Gestalt and Psychodrama psychotherapeutic modalities.


Empty Chair: A gamified team dynamics experience

Room: “Seminar” / 1st floor

In this simple movement game, we will learn about how we communicate as humans while having some fun. Main concepts here covered in practice are Tuckman’s team dynamics and Lencioni’s 5 Dysfunctions of a Team models. Applying team coaching techniques to support team as it is forming.

Prerequisites for this workshop:
There are no special prerequisites. The participants should be simply  open to move around and to connect with other people. 

Number of participants: 25 participants max 

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