List of Events
- What is Systemic Consciousness and How Can it Heal? Tuesday June 9, 2020
- Facilitating Remotely: It’s Not About The Tools Tuesday June 9, 2020
- Kanban and Featureban for Training Tuesday June 9, 2020
- Agendashift – The wholehearted engagement model Wednesday June 10, 2020
- Flight Levels in Action Thursday June 11, 2020
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Join Michael Spayd for a session on Systemic Consciousness using the link below.
Systemic consciousness could be described as how a system — whether a team, group, or organization — makes sense of its world: what its “rules” are, how one remains in good standing within the community, what it values, what it believes. We can tap directly into this consciousness by tuning our own perception beyond our individual consciousness, by learning to read and skillfully articulate the emotional field in a room, and by using systemic constellations to see the effects of this consciousness on the system, which allows us to experience the relationship between different elements of the system and their dynamic tensions.
Remote facilitation is not easy, or is it? Is it about tools or people? or both? You can find it hearing Sue and Ellen.
Featureban is a simple, fun, and highly customisable kanban simulation game. Since its creation in 2014 it has been used by trainers and coaches in Lean, Agile and Kanban-related events the world over.
The game starts simple with visual management (iteration 1); after that we layer on things like WIP limits (iteration 2) and metrics (iteration 3). This incremental approach is very much by design, and you are free to introduce your own elements in a similar fashion.
Mike Burrows is a well known speaker, author and a thinker in the Kanban and to the wider software management world.
Agendashift is an approach to transformation, strategy and change that puts outcomes at the centre.