Atlanta, GA

If practice is on the path to perfection, why only practice agile at work?


  • Submitted: Wed, 2016-06-22 07:16
  • Updated: Tue, 2016-07-12 21:01
Presenter: Steven Sanchez
  • Topic: People
  • Type: 7 Minute Pecha Kucha

Agile for how we live and learn can lead to more value outcomes at work.

This presentation will explain agile practices families have used in their homes and students have applied to learning and how more practice could influence the workplace.

Agile in the home can provide a space for parents and children to learn about each other promoting generation of positive family outcomes. Agile applied to learning can influence how students approach their work, conduct their research and study for exams with a focus on increased understanding. Members trusting each other to find what works for each individual, pursuing mastery and helping those near and far provides iterative and incremental clarification on why we do what we do. The agile mindset continues to mature as we apply it in various contexts; often exposing previously unidentified waste at work.

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  • Wed, 2016-06-22 16:13—Joe Ryan

    Love this

    I've had my oldest daughter use agile to study for midterms and finals for years.

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