Workshops, sessions, talks, trainings, gatherings, meetups, conferences, open spaces… – if you are interested or you want to know more about the topic: let me know!
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20th of October, 2017: Agile Tour London – Talk: Introduction to Sociocracy 3.0 – Effective collaboration at any scale
Sociocracy 3.0 (by Bernhard Bockelbrink and James Priest) has its roots in classic sociocracy and agile/lean thinking. Sociocracy 3.0 offers a collection of principle-based patterns for various areas of organisational development.
We will explain the basic concepts and look at some patterns regarding co-creation and evolution, meeting practices, and organisational structures. Sociocracy 3.0 is not a new “version” of agile, nor an organisational operation system to be installed… it’s an open and adaptive framework… You’re invited to change things in your organisation by applying patterns when there is value in doing so.
6th of July, 2017: Scrum Day Europe, Amsterdam – Talk: “Create products with impact”
Even with great development teams, we sometimes produce mediocre products. Those products might be of excellent technical quality, but do those products solve actual customer’s needs? So what’s worthwhile? Although we try to leave the views of the industrial age behind, and we embrace an agile paradigm, Scrum is quite often simply applied to manage software development as a lineair manufacturing pipeline. Request in, feature out.
Hence the question how we can augment from “good” to “great” products? A product or service with an impact. A product that makes a difference in people’s life. We look at conditions necessary to be able create products with impact. We discuss what kind of thinking is necessary. We look at some tactics, tools and techniques possible to utilise and adopt within a Scrum context. You will see examples of impact maps, roadmaps and visualisations to integrate customer discovery and learning in your product development flow.
22nd of June, 2017: Lean Startup Belgium: session on Lean UX, incremental UX
17th of March, 2017: Leancamp Brussels open space – Focus on Lean Startup, Design Thinking, Lean UX and Agile Development
LeanCamp is an Open Conference where the worlds of Lean Startup, design thinking, lean innovation, agile and customer experience are connected. This format is famous across the world for its unleashing of crossovers, knowledge and creating a vibe in the startup community. And now for the first time in Belgium! Let’s show that we care about a more entrepreneurial spirit in Belgium and join Lean Camp or at least share this event! It is an UNCONFERENCE meaning that you are responsible for what you get out of it. You set the agenda.
24th of November, 2016: XP Days Benelux, 2016: Lean startup boardgame
23 november, 2016: Agile Dojo “Creëren van een waardevol softwareproduct”
4th of November, 2016: Lean Kanban Benelux – Lean startup simulation
21th of October, 2016: Agile Tour London – Playing Lean session
17th of October, 2016: Scrum Alliance gathering (Munich) session – The question today isn’t: “Can we build this?’ but, “Should we build this?”
Scrum Alliance Gathering Munich
Session Type: Talk
Summary: There are lots of reasons why products fail, but the number one reason remains the fact that we simply build something nobody wants.
“Are we building the right thing? Our end-users can tell if we are building the “right” thing. But sometimes they do not know either. We are dealing with “know unknowns” and “unknown unknowns”. Get some insight how to create a process of continuous discovery and continuous learning.
Key points of the session:
- Expressing assumptions and declaring hypotheses
- Focus on outcomes the purpose of experiment design, and how to focus on testing the right “things”
- How to create a continuous feedback loop with your end-user
- How to integrate lean startup principles in your agile product development
- How to get validated learning and examples of how to reach product/market fit
- We discuss lean tools and techniques how to value making over analysis and how to value learning over growth.
- We present examples of techniques for experimenting.
23h of September, 2016: Agile Tour Brussels – Playing Lean session
15th of September, 2016: House of Innovation, Antwerp – Lean Startup 1 day training with Playing Lean and Lean Canvas
30th of August, 2016: iLean – Playing Lean session
26th of August, 2016: Darefest – Happiness for teams session (Management 3.0)
11th of July, 2016: Agile Belgium – Lego Serious Play workshop
30th of May, 2016: Agile Belgium – Management 3.0 workshop
7th of April, 2016: Agile Tuesday – Playing Lean workshop
8th of January, 2016: Lean Startup: Playing Lean workshop
Full day workshop on Lean Startup, learn while Playing Lean.
December 14th, 2015: Agile Belgium – Agile Games Night
An evening of agile, lean, collaboration, team simulations, games: share and learn!
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November 2nd, 2015: Agile Tour Brussels: Lean UX workshop
Intro workshop on Lean UX: applying principles of lean, design thinking and agile product engineering. From hypotheses, to designing experiments and the importance of metrics. Apply the cycle of “Build, measure, learn” to the design of your product or service and its User eXperience.
September 28th, 2015: Agile By Example – Lean UX workshop: Cross-functional product design
Intro workshop on lean approach to product design and development.