27/03/2017, Kassel/D - Komplexithoden, evening keynote, organized by HessenMetall
27/04/2017, Olten/CH - Change Corner Forum for Change: Complexitools, impulse session, organized by FHNW
28/04/2017, Basel/CH - Organize for Complexity/Complexitools workshop, organized by FHNW
03/05/2017, Munich/D - Software for Networked Mobility Conference, w/"Organize for Complexity" opening keynote
09/06/2017, Fulda/D - Denkwerkstatt: HR/Organisation/Change im Zeitalter der Komplexität, organized by BVSP
02/11/2017, Zurich/CH - Agile Unkonference with Niels as part of the day, organized SwissAgileLeaders
13/11/2017, Berlin/D - ManageAgile pre-conference workshop "Complexitools", organized by HLMC
14/11/2017, Berlin/D - ManageAgile Conference, opening keynote on "The Future of Change", organized by HLMC
15/11/2017, Wiesbaden/D - Change Clinic: Org Development with Insighs Discovery, organized by Insights Group
29/11/2017, Paris/FR - Lean Kanban France conference 2017, with a keynote on "Complexitools"
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