The first time I met Martin Kubik, I was a little bit curious about how he is going to react to the agile transformation program he wanted to talk about. I expected a formal speech, questions that will make him feel comfortable and questions regarding our experience. Well, the meeting went differently. It was personal.
No kidding. The first thing was to sit down, look eyes to eyes and then comment resonated the air. “No business speech here. I want to to know a story about you, your history and your company history. Then I am going to share mine. Is that fine with you?”. Man, that resonated. It was clear it will be about partnership, not just another customer-vendor talk type.
Changing an organization, especially habits and culture is always challenging. You have to be ready for failures. You have to be always looking for learning from them. Your motivation has to be very high even you know that promises you provided were probably too optimistic. But the most important thing? You have to be a leader standing encouraged and encouraging. That’s Martin Kubik as I know him.
About Martin Kubík
Martin Kubik has been a part of the banking industry for a very long time. He has worked in process and project management. Later he founded Demand Management at Tatra banka, and contributed to the creation of change management processes in IT.
After a few years of work at Tatra banka he gained the experience as a member and chairman of the board of directors of innovative design and manufacturing company with an international scope.
In January 2018, he returned to Tatra banka for the position of Agile Transformation Manager and since 1.7.2018 he’s been working in a position of a CIO.
We would like to invite you to hear & meet Martin
at ScrumImpulz 2019 conference on May 30, 2019 in Bratislava.
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