• Motivation

    This year, we invite you to join a discussion about how we can design organizational practices through which we increase happiness in the workplace and produce efficient and sustainable results.


    This is a call for action. Let's not wait for the future of work to come, let's create it. Now.

    2 DAYS

    This year we are extending the conference to a 2-day format for a profound experience and learning

    3 PANELS

    This year's topics are focusing on corporate culture, future of work, and how people think and behave


    We have the pleasure to host inspiring international and Bulgarian leaders and practitioners from different industries and backgrounds


    Our facilitators team is looking forward to supporting meaningful deep conversations that will create momentum and inspire change

  • Speakers

    We have invited leaders and experts from different fields to provoke a deep and open discussion about the practical aspects of reinventing organizations.

    Mark McKergow 

    Sfwork: The Centre for Solutions Focus at Work

    Mark McKergow PhD MBA is a consultant and author bringing new ideas into the world of organisations. He is the co-author of the best-selling The Solutions Focus book which has sold some 30,000 copies and is in 11 languages. His latest book (with Helen Bailey) is Host: Six new roles of engagement for teams, organisations, communities and movements (Solutions Books, London, 2014). Mark has spoken and taught on every continent except Antarctica, is a member of the Professional Speakers Association and is based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

    Hristo Boyadzhiev


    Hristo is an extremely energetic business leader and social entrepreneur who is always ready to give his maximum for his team.

    His educational background in IT and management in combination with his diverse experience in different sectors (digital, consulting, finance, NGOs) provides him with a unique perspective – technological as well as commercial. His passion for the digital world, Web technologies and startup initiatives contributes to this.

    Being an alumni of the ESADE Business School in Barcelona and Kogod School of Business at American University in Washington, DC, Hristo is currently applying his skills successfully as a CEO of Despark, a digital product agency designated with a number of awards, and running offices in Sofia and London.

    In addition, Hristo is deeply involved with Tuk-Tam, an NGO that he co-founded back in 2008. He is constantly supporting its team with ideas about the organization’s vision, as well as with funding to ensure the sustainable development of Tuk-Tam with its 50 volunteers worldwide. Hristo is a co-founder of Foundation III, an NGO that aims to bring social change through various educational projects.

    Todor Kolev


    Always looking to understand how things work, Todor is fascinated by technology since early age. He creates his first computer program already in 1996, when he is 11, and since then creating software remains his passion. Todor’s professional carrier starts more than 15 years ago and goes through all steps – from building software to managing his own software company. In addition to technology, in the last 9 years Todor has been dedicated to building organizations focused on democratic values. One of them is the software studio Obecto – a digital cooperative based on transparency, technocracy, and self-management.

    Bernhard Bockelbrink

    Sociocracy 3.0

    As an agile coach, trainer and consultant Bernhard support individuals, teams and organizations in navigating complex challenges and developing a culture of effective, conscious and joyful collaboration. He has vast experience in change management, collaboration, organizational development, leadership, agile and lean, software development, product management, personal and organizational coaching and facilitation.

    Bernhard is the co-creator of Sociocracy 3.0 – a free and open, principles based framework of patterns for people wishing to collaborate more effectively and grow happy, humane organisations. It builds on sociocratic practices, integrating principles from Agile / Lean and Non-Violent Communication and provides a rich variety of compatible options to choose from and adapt, according to unique context and needs. It addresses generic complexities arising when collaboration needs to scale across multiple teams and domains and acts as a “social technology” for raising self-accountability and engagement while promoting respect, diversity and inclusion.

    Vitaliy Filipov


    Vitaliy is part of the digital cooperative Camplight. He likes rollerblading, creating value for the society, dancing, crafting technology products on international level, and developing himself exponentially together with the teams he collaborates with at Camplight. He has been in the IT industry for almost 10 years, and for the past 7 years he has been evolving constantly by contributing to the ecosystem of transparent, flat, self-organizing, decentralized companies. At Camplight, he has switched between many roles and responsibilities – from dealing with contracts, through looking for customers, to programming and leading internal initiatives.

    He has seen a lot of situations of success and failure for digital cooperatives. He is walking the way with Camplight since day 0, which – for a 5-year-old company, goes through different phases while managing to establish itself on the market. Through awareness, good attitude and proper habits, Vitaliy tries to support unleashing the full potential of self-organization.

    We are announcing our next speakers soon...


    And one of them we shall reveal at the event!


    Following the tradition of last year's event, we have invited an inspirational guest that we'll keep in secret until the day of the event. Come and find out, it's worth it, we promise!

  • Agenda

    Host Leadership Workshop

    November 22, 2017

    IEC, Hall Vihren

    During the workshop, participants will:

    • Consider the challenges facing leaders in today’s fast-moving organisational settings
    • Meet the metaphor of leading as a host – a new yet ancient way of thinking
    • Discover the rich ‘hostory’ – the background to hosting and the host/guest relationship
    • Connect with the six ‘roles of engagement’



    14:00 - 15:30 - Part 1

    Key content:

    • Leadership challenges today – in the agile world and elsewhere
    • How can you lead by stepping back, as well as stepping forward?
    • A new yet ancient leadership metaphor – leading as a host

    15:30 - 16:00 - Coffee break

    16:00 - 18:00 - Part 2:

    Key content:

    • Six roles for a host leader
    • Putting it all together to address real-life leadership challenges

    Reinventing Organizations 2017

    November 23, 2017

    IEC, Hall Vitosha

    08:00 – 09:00 – Registration


    08:20 – 08:40 – Morning Meditation (optional)


    09:00 – 09:20 – Welcome


    09:20 – 10:30 – Panel "ENGAGEMENT"

    • Hristo Boyadzhiev - Despark, Transforming your culture, a
      fair way to run a company
    • Vitaliy Filipov - Camplight, Shared Ownership and Cooperatives
    • Discussion round

    10:30 - 11:00 - Coffee Break, Networking


    11:00 - 12:30 - Panel "FUTURE OF WORK"

    • Todor Kolev - Obecto, How does Obecto work?
    • Gergana Dzhenkova, Focus on people: the individual as a team member
    • Discussion round
    12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch Break
    • Mark McKergow - Sfwork, Solution Focus
    • Bernhard Bockelbrink - Sociocracy 3.0
    • Discussion round
    15:00 - 15:30 - Coffee Break, Networking
    15:30 - 16:40 - World Cafe
    16:40 - 17:00 - Mystery Guest
    17:00 - 17:30 - Retrospective with all participants
    17:40 - 18:00 - Evening Meditation (optional)
    18:00 - End of conference day
  • Tickets

    Early bird tickets are available until October 15, 2017.

  • Support

    If you need assistance, contact us at reinventorgs@gmail.com.

  • Location