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Wednesday, August 8 • 10:45 - 12:00
And this one time at Agile Camp... (Jason Hall, Chris Murman)

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Abstract:
"Going to Agile 2018 and missing this session is like staying up all night writing a 40-page term paper and forgetting to hit Save" - You
With the success of regional agile conferences, more and more attendees show up with the desire to learn new Agile practices. Unfortunately, our brains are wired to forget most of the stuff we pick up at those conferences. Within one week most of us will forget 90% of what we learned at Agile2018. But using Brain Science, this workshop counteracts that effect by contextualizing “cool things” you picked up with real-world situations, putting the learner into the teacher role, and establishing follow up partnerships to reinforce learnings.
The common question many have after a day or two of sessions is what to do with all of these learnings. While some presentations have key takeaways worth implementing on their own, many of the concepts could be used in conjunction with others. The brainstorming principle of combining and refining might apply to the sessions we attend.
Participants will:
  • Crowdsource techniques and skills they remember from the week (don’t worry about if you don’t remember it exactly).
  • Create a Problem Canvas to experiment on.
  • Dry-run execution of technique and enhance it in a safe space.
  • Combine and Refine: Swap groups to try a different technique-> problem fit
  • Let's get real: Create a community using Slack to find out what really happens when people apply these.

Learning Outcomes:
  • - Strengthen the muscle memory by dry running a technique you heard during the conference on a psuedo real-life problem.
  • - Learn more techniques and skills from talks that you missed.
  • - Discover the mesh points between concepts.
  • - Know when’s the right time to try something.
  • - Get constructive feedback on how to improve delivery of that technique via a Teach-Reinforce-Enhance framing structure
  • - After the Conference: Find out whether execution of those techniques worked as planned or didn’t


Speakers
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Jason Hall

Independent Coach, Collaborative Structures LLC
I'm a team and organizational servant with coaching strengths in creating safe spaces for teams to thrive, experiment, learn, and have fun. I've helped organizations develop a more customer-centric approach to product delivery grounded in measurable success. Always learning, always... Read More →
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Chris Murman

Senior Agile Consultant, Solutions IQ
Chris Murman's first job out of college was the weekend sports anchor at an NBC affiliate. If he had only known what was in store!Interestingly enough, he still loves telling the stories of others every day. Each interaction is an opportunity to learn what made you unique, and understand... Read More →


Wednesday August 8, 2018 10:45 - 12:00
Marriott Salon 8