Gintarė Stundytė

Strategist at heart, Gintarė Stundytė is a result-oriented business leader who breaks down complex changes with an action-focused approach to achieve results. Driven by daring ideas, innovation, and technology, she never fails to push the boundaries of what can be done in business. Her experience includes nearly two decades and various areas — from IT and Telecommunications to FinTech and Banking. Her strong interest lies in people-culture-leadership relationships, which she leverages to lead organizational changes — with stability being key. Last year, Gintarė joined kevin. as Deputy Chief Operations Officer to bridge the gap between strategy and operations. How did she do it? By employing agile methods to lead teams efficiently even when change happens rapidly.

Title of presentation: Keeping Your Head Above the Water: Startup&Agile vs Scale&Discipline.

Gintarė Stundytė has experienced a few very different sides of Agile. The corporate world talks about Agile as a framework, methodology, and discipline to learn and boost employees' creativity. Startups have it in their DNA and do not even name it Agile. Doing Agile and Living Agile face different challenges and approaches. In this talk, Gintarė will share examples of what it means to be Agile in a Startup and Corporate, and how to reap the benefits of it, keep discipline, be responsive to change, and get alerted that something is not going according to the expectations.

11:40 - 12:25

Main Track (Hall – 5.1)

Keeping Your Head Above the Water: Startup & Agile vs Scale & Discipline

Gintarė Stundytė has experienced a few very different sides of Agile. The corporate world talks about Agile as a framework, methodology, and discipline to learn and boost employees' creativity. Startups have it in their DNA and do not even name it Agile. Doing Agile and Living Agile face different challenges and approaches. In this talk, Gintarė will share examples of what it means to be Agile in a Startup and Corporate, and how to reap the benefits of it, keep discipline, be responsive to change, and get alerted that something is not going according to the expectations.