Rebel Jam Schedule V2
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CESTEDTPDTESTSpeakerTitle Talk/performanceModerator
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(Belgium)(Boston)(SanFran)(Sydney)
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noon - 12:30pm6 - 6:30am3 - 3:30am8 - 8:30pmPeter Vander Auwera (@petervan)Welcome/Intro for EMEAPeter
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12:30 - 1pm6:30 - 7am3:30 - 4am8:30 - 9pmJaspar Roos (@jasparroos)Taboos in the workplace block innovation...and how to solve them by humor
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1:00 - 1:30pm7 - 7:30am4 - 4:30am9 - 9:30pmPetervanHow to deal with failure
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1:30 - 2pm7:30 - 8am4:30 - 5am9:30 - 10pmMike Parker (@Sysparatem )Framework Jam on Systems Thinking and Social Media
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2 - 2:30pm8 - 8:30am5 - 5:30am10 - 10:30pmEduardo Estellitta (@EdEstellita )TBA
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2:30 - 3pm8:30 - 9am5:30 - 6am10:30 - 11pmHelen Bevan (@HelenBevan)Using social movement ideas to improve healthcare
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3 - 3:30pm9 - 9:30am6 - 6:30am11 - 11:30pmRune Kvist OlsenLeadership for Someone or Leadingship for Everyone
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3:30 - 4pm9:30 - 10am6:30 - 7am11:30 - midnightAllevo (@A11evo)Reason to liberally give & take
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4 - 4:30pm10 - 10:30am7 - 7:30amMidnight - 12:30am 31 May5 min performances:
- Mike Parker: guitar
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4:30 - 5pm10:30 - 11am7:30 - 8am12:30 - 1amAnnicken Roed (@AnnickenRoed)Corporate Spring – a journey from fear to love"
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5 - 5:30pm11 - 11:30am8 - 8:30am1 - 1:30 amDominik Debuyser (@Ddebuyser) (15 min incl Q&A)Streetwize - sustainable charity
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5:30 - 6pm11:30 - noon8:30 - 9am1:30 - 2amSharon Wong (Invited by Cisco)Cisco iPrize Challenge
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6 - 6:30pmnoon - 12:30pm9 - 9:30am2 - 2:30amLois Kelly (@LoisKelly)Welcome/intro for Americas: Bearable Discomfort of Being a Rebel at WorkLois
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6:30 - 7pm12:30 - 1pm9:30 - 10am2:30 - 3amMark Bonchek (@MarkBonchek)"Leading Networked Organizations"
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7 - 7:30pm1:00 - 1:30pm10 - 10:30am3 - 3:30amJason Tyne (@Playbig)the Human Capacity Project
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7:30 - 8pm1:30 - 2pm10:30 - 11am3:30 - 4amChristine Costello (@xstine)Babson Univ. "Enterpreneurs Inside" research findings
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8 - 8:30pm2 - 2:30pm11 - 11:30am4 - 4:30amRichard KasperowskiThe Diamond Age: Or, A Young Rebel's Illustrated Primer
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8:30 - 9pm2:30 - 3pm11:30 - noon4:30 - 5amLois Kelly (@LoisKelly)Managing rebels at work: What leaders need to understand
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9 - 9:30pm3 - 3:30pmnoon - 12:30pm5 - 5:30amLois Kelly and MJ PetroniTaking stock: hand over Boston to San FranciscoMJ/Mike
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9:30 - 10pm3:30 - 4pm12:30 - 1pm5:30 - 6amMike Maney (the_spinmd)the dissolution of time/location/nation state
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10 - 10:30pm4 - 4:30pm1:00 - 1:30pm6 - 6:30amCarmen Medina (@milouness)10 Top Mistakes of Rebels at Work
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10:30 - 11pm4:30 - 5pm1:30 - 2pm6:30 - 7amKara Shuler (@karajshuler)
Positive Deviance research: being a rebel inside the government
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11 - 11:30pm5 - 5:30pm2 - 2:30pm7 - 7:30amJohn Furey (@JohnFurey)The science of how rebels think
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11:30 - midnight5:30 - 6pm2:30 - 3pm7:30 - 8amMJ Petroni (@causeit)building organizational capacity to be more networked (vs. hierarchical)
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Midnight - 12:30am 31 May6 - 6:30pm3 - 3:30pm8 - 8:30am

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12:30 - 1am6:30 - 7pm3:30 - 4pm8:30 - 9amAnish Srivastava (invited by Cisco)Innovation culture and organization at JPMC
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1 - 1:30 am7 - 7:30pm4 - 4:30pm9 - 9:30amRenee Hopkins (@Renee_Hopkins)Music from an idea spreader, UT/Austin
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1:30 - 2am7:30 - 8pm4:30 - 5pm9:30 - 10amBREAK
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2 - 2:30am8 - 8:30pm5 - 5:30pm10 - 10:30amLois Kelly (@LoisKelly)Research: What Motivates Rebels
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2:30 - 3am8:30 - 9pm5:30 - 6pm10:30 - 11amLiz Arnold, Shani MagiaIntrapreneurs in Government
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3 - 3:30am9 - 9:30pm6 - 6:30pm11 - 11:30amJennifer Sertl (@JenniferSertl)Personal Resilience in Macro Complexity
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3:30 - 4am9:30 - 10pm6:30 - 7pm11:30 - noonMJ Petroni and Josie GibsonWrap and hand-over to Sydney
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4 - 4:30am10 - 10:30pm7 - 7:30pmnoon - 12:30pmJosie Gibson (@JosieJosieg ) and teamHow to tackle the issues everyone cares about but no-one owns.Josie
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4:30 - 5am10:30 - 11pm7:30 - 8pm12:30 - 1pmJosie Gibson (@JosieJosieg ) and teamHow to tackle the issues everyone cares about but no-one owns.
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5 - 5:30am11 - 11:30pm8 - 8:30pm1:00 - 1:30pmRob Findlay (@NextBankOrg )A Corporate Rebels Playbook in Asia's Banks
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5:30 - 6am11:30 - midnight8:30 - 9pm1:30 - 2pmBreakBreak
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6 - 6:30amMidnight - 12:30am 31 May9 - 9:30pm2 - 2:30pmMaria deCarvalhoDissent & Disagreeing: Having the Real Conversation
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6:30 - 7am12:30 - 1am9:30 - 10pm2:30 - 3pmAnouk van Oordt (@AnoukvanOordt )How office design can improve collaboration and innovation
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7 - 7:30am1 - 1:30 am10 - 10:30pm3 - 3:30pmSenta JakobsenReasons to Build a Distributed Team
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7:30 - 8am1:30 - 2am10:30 - 11pm3:30 - 4pmMukesh Gupta (@rmukeshgupta)Reinventing Sales Management
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8 - 8:30am2 - 2:30am11 - 11:30pm4 - 4:30pmSpeaker slot
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8:30 - 9am2:30 - 3am11:30 - midnight4:30 - 5pmaka 6 talks by Rebels
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9 - 9:30am3 - 3:30amMidnight - 12:30am 31 May5 - 5:30pmAndrew Davis (Invited by Cisco)Sharing the upside and downside of pursuing innovation in a large financial institution.
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9:30 - 10am3:30 - 4am12:30 - 1am5:30 - 6pmJosie Gibson and Peter Vander AuweraHand-over back to EuropePeter
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10 - 10:30am4 - 4:30am1 - 1:30 am6 - 6:30pmElisabeth Eude (@eeude)How to build a global grassroot movement – lessons learned
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10:30 - 11am4:30 - 5am1:30 - 2am6:30 - 7pmPetervanMavericks at work
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11 - 11:30am5 - 5:30am2 - 2:30am7 - 7:30pmLaurent Ledoux (@LaurentLedoux) + Toon Diegenant Rebels needs societal impact
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11:30 - noon5:30 - 6am2:30 - 3am7:30 - 8pmPeter Vander Auwera and Lois KellyWrap up and closing
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