Do you want people to feel part of a group/team or part of an activity? Then ensure that they are included and engaged.
Do you find facilitating a large group of people unmanageable, people disengaged? Try Liberating Structures with your teams and organization.

Liberating Structures, created by Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz, covers a set of easy to learn, yet powerful ways to collaborate as a team. It makes it possible to build the kind of meeting that everybody looks forward to attending and participating.

Participants learn how to use these micro-structures to simplify meeting outcomes, help group collaborate and become more productive.

Organizations need a way to test new ideas and fast, kill ideas that don’t work and iterate on the ones that show more promise. In 2017, Ideo studied innovation in over 100+ companies and found that when teams iterate on five or more different solutions, they are 50% more likely to launch a product or service successfully. The practice of continuous product improvement and innovation is a cycle of experimentation, where teams rapidly test leap-of-faith assumptions and get evidence to support key business decisions, ultimately, helping to build consensus and collaborate more effectively with stakeholders. A common challenge is having the discipline to identify, test and track progress towards innovation and making the cycle of experimentation and learning a key practice on any team. Join us to hear more about how your organization and team can adopt an experimentation mindset and embed the practice of experiment-driven product innovation. Carlos Oliveira, principal consultant at adaptiveX will speak on the topic and walk us through the Product Innovation Canvas as well as the Innovation Kata, a process to help teams think big, start small, and take the necessary steps to learn more about their customers, and start solving real problems sooner.

Over the last 15 years, the Kanban Method has evolved into a 21st-century management method to improve business performance. At its heart, the Kanban Method provides businesses with the tools needed to balance their capabilities with the needs of their customers. This presentation explores the last 15 years of Kanban’s evolution.

The material is originally hosted on Squirrel North website.