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Talks: Visualising Waitflow – how efficient is your end-to-end flow?

Presentation History Agile Barcelona Meetup Group – Online – 17 Jun 2020 Lean Agile London Meetup Group – Online – 10 Jun 2020 Virtual Flight Club – Online – 20 May 2020 Abstract Ever wondered why sometimes you feel like you are getting a lot of work done, but still your customers and stakeholders aren’t …

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[#019] The Efficiency Paradox

Niklas Modig uses the example of a child needing medical help to illustrate the difference between flow efficiency and resource efficiency. It serves as an excellent emotional hook to highlight this key idea of why flow efficiency is so important for business agility.

6 Staging Tips for Facilitating Virtual Classes

“Platform skills” is the term most often used for face-to-face presentations: the presenter’s voice tone, body movement, facial expressions, movement, and energy. Let’s translate all of that to the virtual world with “staging.” What is Staging? “Staging” in the virtual world is defined as everything that is live-streamed by the virtual class presenter/trainer/host. Staging includes …

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[#018] The 1% Factor

Sir Dave Brailsford talks about how small, incremental gains helped British Cycling become successful. He discusses continuous improvement and how to align teams behind a goal to win.

Training from the BACK of the Room!: Psychological Safety and The Right to Pass

I’d like to talk about the Right to Pass from the Training from the BACK of the Room! Practitioner course. This is a follow up to my previous post about Psychological Safety and C1 – Connections activities. We often overlook choice as part of bringing Psychological Safety to the training room. If a participant has …

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[#016] Why you should have your own black box

Matthew Syed explores the differences between growth and fixed mindsets and how our attitude to failure governs our success. It’s a topic he also explores in his wonderful book Black Box Thinking.

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