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Calling Dedicated Agile Coaches / Scrum Masters…ready to accelerate and amplify!

Calling Dedicated Agile Coaches / Scrum Masters…ready to accelerate and amplify! 15 Jun 2016 Jurgen De Smet Agile & ScrumEngaging Workshops & MeetingsLess is MoreWork is Play Well hi there! Read more by jurgendesmet Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

3D Speed Boat Retrospective game

3D Speed Boat Retrospective game 8 Jun 2016 Sven Cipido Innovation Games & Gamestorming During the retrospective we can use different techniques to identify improvements for teams.  Speed Boat is one of the “Innovation games“ like Product Box, Remember the Future or Buy a Feature, … It is an ideal game for conducting a retrospective. Speedboat is an interactive, collective and fun way to identify constraints, obstacles, problems with our product or our project, then to prioritize actions in order to remove them! We have created a 3D
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How to find your ikigai

How to find your ikigai 26 May 2016 Jurgen De Smet Engaging Workshops & MeetingsLeadership & Management Ikigai is a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being“. Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being very important, since it is believed that discovery of one’s ikigai brings satisfaction and meaning to life. Read more by jurgendesmet Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

Artful Participation and the link with the Prime Directive

Artful Participation and the link with the Prime Directive 11 May 2016 Annelies De Meyere Engaging Workshops & MeetingsLeadership & Management I recently attended a 3 day class on Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) by James Priest and Liliana David. This pattern language, based on Sociocratic and Agile principles, radically challenges a number of behaviours we see in companies and collaborative structures.  One of the recurring questions throughout the training was: “How do you make sure everyone is heard in the decision making patterns described in S3?”. The answer seems very
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