Sick and Tired? You don’t need a Physician: Try Personal Kanban
All of us are simply getting stressed because of multiple events happening in our life and hence we are not able to achieve the greatest goal of our life in time and sometimes never.
This session I shall talk about why this is happening to you and what is the solution.
Idea of this session is to shed some light on power of Personal Kanban and real life examples to save from being Sick and Tired
Kanban can be implemented in most walks of life. Knowingly or unknowingly few of us use it in few aspects of daily routine.
It would be focused on ways to improve productivity in your life and achieving your goals and biological and psychological aspect of it....
It would be a workshop mode session where in we would understand whats happening to us in our life and activities that lead us in this situation and will figure out how to get out of this and lead to successful life (Personal and Professional).
The evils of multi-tasking and how personal Kanban can help youSandy Mamoli
schedule 3 months agoSold Out!
We know for a fact that multi-tasking slows us down both physically and mentally. Agile, Lean, Scrum and Kanban limit work in progress (WIP) on a team and organisational level but what about the personal space? What practices can we use as individuals to avoid multi-tasking and achieve flow?
This session will explain the research on and theory behind why multi-tasking is bad and through telling the story of Snapper, one of the coolest little Agile companies in Wellington, New Zealand, I will show how an entire organisation organically adapted Agile practices to extend from the organisational and team level to the personal and individual space.
I will demonstrate how personal Kanban works and how my colleagues and I are using it. I will show the personal Kanban boards that have popped up everywhere around the office and how everyone at Snapper and the organisation as a whole have benefitted from their use.
Come along and learn how personal Kanban can help you!