Posts tagged with: learning

Slack Time, an often mentioned way to foster innovation and education by providing an amount of free time that one can use on its own and that is not fully connected with project work. Based on a great discussion at the Agile Meetup I...
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Thanks to my parents in law who gave me the book Klar denken, klug handeln: 104 Denkfehler und Irrwege, die Sie besser anderen überlassen (EN version is The Art of Thinking Clearly)written by Rolf Dobelli I got a comprehensive overview about 104...
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Based on the initiative by Stefan Nowaczynski and with the important help by Gerald Fiesser we hosted our first Coach Reflection Day aka. CoReDay at idealo. With this post I provide an overview on the format, share some of my learnings and hopefully inspire...
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This post is part three to summarize methods to be used when working in complex environments and outlines 12 complexitools for learning and agile project work.By reading you get an impression what is necessary to support learning in complex environments.I...
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Having hosted retrospective workshops and learned through many retrospective facilitations in various teams and environments I would like to start sharing some complete retrospective formats and provide comments what worked and what maybe did not work. Introduction How A brief...
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With this blog post I’d like to share some experiences from my presentation at Netlight’s awesome edge conference. What I learned  to present a topic from various perspectives forces one to drill down deeper on areas. Ones learns more about...
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During the last weeks we were preparing a workshop for effective meeting facilitation and having great retrospectives. We … because preparation was done in a team of 3. A great experience I would like to share with you with this...
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Not knowing (NICHTWISSEN)  Some time ago I had the opportunity to watch an awesome presentation by Daniel Juling about Not Knowing. It was a great session with really exciting input about that (at least) for me so far unconsidered perspective.  Learning...
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Agile is about being fast and flexible. I love reading books about AGILE and surrounding topics (motivation, management, happiness, nature,…) but always struggled reading a lot of text and having the need to condense relevant information afterwards. I guess you...
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Wow – what a nice day full of impressions from the #DARE13 conference in Antwerp, Belgium.Today early in the morning – I guess around 7am – I was on my walk to Rijnkaai 96 in Antwerp to join the agile conference #DARE13.    I think...
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  Background This time you can follow my readings about agile metrics, the professional ladder (HR) and a nice input how to improve your way of doing code reviews. In the middle – find the relaxing moment 😉 Readings Overview...
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Background How many new ideas did your team have during the past 6 months? And how many were transformed to innovations?  With this post I’ll try to share thoughts on becoming more innovative by building an environment that supports learning...
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