Agile transformation and organisation culture. Rabobank’s perspective

September 15, 2021

During this Expert Dialogue, Kiki van den Berg will share her vision on the role of leadership and culture in transformations. She will dive deeper into the Simplify@Scale model and the current state of the implementation of this model within Rabobank. There will be a panel of experts present during the session. You are free to join the discussion by participating in this session!

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule
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Kiki van den Berg

Executive Vice President HR Strategy & Transformation - Head Digital Transformation

Kiki van den Berg leads Rabobank’s team responsible for digital transformation and leads the Strategy and Transformation Office within Human Resources. Before she joined Rabobank 3.5 years ago, she filled various management function within KPN for over 8 years. In her role, Kiki aims to create an environment in with team members challenge and strengthen each other while the individual is not subordinate to the result. Kiki is looking forward to engage in a lively discussion with her peers!



A rapidly changing environment forces organisations to focus on sustainable digital transformation. Next to developing modern applications, organisations need to focus on their agility. Being familiar with the process and dynamics of an organisation is necessary in applying an appropriate workmodel. Rabobank applies the Simplify@Scale-model. What does this model consist of and how does one implement such a model correctly? What does it mean for the leadership and culture within the organisation?


16:55 | Call in at MS Teams meeting
17.00 | Start program including presentation and discussion
18.30 | End


CDO, COO, CIO, Directors Transformation, HR

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