Agile & Lean Movie MakingUtpal Chakraborty
schedule 8 months agoSold Out!
Movie making is a costly affair involves risks and uncertainties. An Agile approach of incremental moviemaking makes it more predictable and risk resilience.
Up to 20% of the overall Budget of the movie can be saved by effective use of Agile & Lean techniques.
Using Agile Practices in Movie making can take you to your destination in a systematic way.
Experimenting, Prototyping, Shared Learning & Using Effective Tools makes Movie making process fast, more predictable and cost effective. Prioritize scenes using “MoSCoW” technique to arrive at “Which scene to shoot Where & When”.
Agility LeaderShift GameDave Cornelius
schedule 9 months agoSold Out!
This game is highly interactive and fun and enables people to build trust and share knowledge within 15 minutes.
The Agility LeaderShift game is based on the book Transforming Your Leadership Character: The Lean Think and Agility Way. Participants use two deck of cards to discuss lean thinking and agility tenets that are formed into a question or scenario about leadership. Attendees will form teams and use the card decks to engage in friendly competition while testing knowledge and experience in leadership through the lens of lean thinking and agility tenets.
Bridge to Agile LeadershipMatthew Carlson
schedule 6 months agoSold Out!
This is simulation game helps teams and managers identify and practice the different "leadership moves" that help us get to great decisions. Teams will experience different perspectives on Agile leadership, self organization, cross team communication, and the fun of solving a challenging problem.
Based on the work of Don Grey and his "Leadership in Self-Organizing Teams" workshop from Agile2013