Importance of preparation in an agile world

location_city Bengaluru schedule Mar 7th 12:30 - 12:50 PM place Mysore Hall 3 people 19 Interested

Significant improvements to our prepared for dealing with uncertainty in life and work can only happen when our repetitive patterns of behavior change permanently. Day-to-day occurrences around us offer a rich source of such improvement opportunities.

All that is missing is a systematic way to look at our actions, interactions, decisions, emotions, and opinions as they are unfolding. The way of working (WoW for short) framework provides the missing link to fill this gap. It looks at what why and how of our ways of working. It also provides a step by step practice to make it a habit till it becomes our second nature.

WoW framework is completely neutral – like air or water around us. It especially works well with agile by complementing it. Regularly practicing the new way of looking at things helps us to move from a fixed to an agile mindset.

With the WoW approach we keep watching our actions, interactions, and emotions and link them back to our opinions and decisions. We will start seeing a permanent change for the better, only when we are able to correctly change our current decisions as well as transform our opinions.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

Warm up - 5 minutes

Importance of preparation and how WoW can help

Practical situations - 10 minutes

Few typical situations encountered often are analyzed by looking at the current reality authentically, and taking a deep look at why we do what we do. With such an understanding permanent solution can be arrived at appropriate for a given context.

Wrap up - 5 minutes

Simple steps to keep practicing

Learning Outcome

See a new way to look at life & work in terms of repetitive patterns of our behavior

Understand why we do what we do

Learn a simple way to keep practicing it, and remain on top of the uncertainties of life

Target Audience

Those with curiosity and innocence. They are open to new ways of looking at things, and disciplined enough to regularly practice if it makes sense.

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