Creating an effective, idea generating, problem solving team does not happen overnight. It is a pain-staking process that takes time and consistent application. The magic of creating an effective team often occurs in the background, so covert that high performing teams are not even aware of how they became that way. The consistent application of subtle Agile techniques can empower teams to generate ideas and provide solutions, creating an innovation culture.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

Speech Outline:


    • Discuss innovation cultures
    • Discuss innovation behaviors


(Audience Participation)

    • Audience helps associate Agile ceremonies with creating a specific innovation culture.


    • Provide advice on how to create innovation cultures.
    • Provide key takeaways.

Learning Outcome

  • Learn about innovation cultures.
  • Learn about innovation behaviors.
  • Understand how to create innovation behaviors with Agile ceremonies.

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Agile Practitioners, Product Owners

Prerequisites for Attendees

Participants should have performed Agile ceremonies with teams.

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  • George Dinwiddie
    By George Dinwiddie  ~  1 month ago
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    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

    • The title intrigues me. I want to know more.

    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • Extending the abstract (another paragraph) to let attendees know what they're going to get from the session. How will this session help them create innovation cultures?
    • The outline needs more detail so reviewers can understand the session. What will go on in the body of the session? How will the audience participate? Will they be provided with information? What advice will you offer? Right now it seems to promise the world but doesn't have any grounding that makes it seem realistic.

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