The introduction to the conference was made during breakfast by Daniel Bartl, one of the owners of comSysto.
As a proponent of the idea “New Work, New Culture”, we always try to find a way how to give our colleagues a chance to do something they deeply care about and love, to transfer knowledge to each other, to socialize with each other and be able to work in teams together.
The cS ONE Conference was all about knowledge transfer and team strengthening. comSysto employees had the chance to organize their own workshop or bring certain topic up for discussion in a group setting, which was conducted during working hours. The employees were very passionate about their workshops and group discussions and were looking forward to the conference. Everyone had the chance to sign up for the workshops and talks which, took place that day.
In order to start our day with lots of energy, we kicked it off with great breakfast which was very delicious and kept us going until lunch break thanks to lunchbox catering.
The talks as well as the workshops started both at 10 am. See below the timesheet for each talk and workshop.
The topics of the talks were as follows:
The topics of the workshops were as follows:
The topics of the tables were as follows:
The topic tables at comSysto were similar to a booth at an exhibition, and each topic table covered a different subject matter. Each colleague had the chance to drop by and inform themselves about the certain focus area. Many of the topics were work related. As most of the talks have lots of internal information about clients and projects, we can only show you two of the sessions (GULP 2.0 and JVM Deep Dive).
The guild tables were groups of employees that share knowledge, tools, codes about certain topics. In the BIG PICTURE Guild, employees explore data in small projects like Kaggle competitions, sensor data analysis, IOT, location tracking and anomaly detection. They basically try to get knowledge out of the data mainly by using machine learning methods. Wissenkombinat is the guild that has its focus on knowledge transfer and employee development. The aim of the Wissenkombinat is to improve the good “knowledge” (e.g. increasing efficiency, increasing communication between each other and transferring knowledge, etc.) and to find ways how to better learn from each other.
If you want to read more about our guilds (there are several more) then please follow this link to our website.
Each attendee had the chance to rate the talks, workshops and topic tables with our mascot sticker (see below).
The chillout corner was very popular. comSysto employees had the chance to play playstation, which by the way belongs to teambuilding :).
What do you think about comSysto’s One Conference?
Does it encourage you to start your own internal conference?
You are so convinced by it and want to join our team? :)
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