Can the discipline of user experience help you create inspiring business cultures, engagement, and, yes, improved meeting quality?

In this discussion, we'll give an overview of some principles and considerations related to user experience design followed by two or three stories to drive the discussion home and demonstrate concrete mindset shifts that you can use to improve the experience of internal users of your business.

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Outline/structure of the Session

Format: Talk


  • Intro: Who am I? Maslow's Hammer disclaimer.
  • Setup: User experience design. Intentional/unintentional, good/bad, me/someone/something else.
  • Example one: The norming meeting for a UX team.
  • Example two: The intentional tech. lead bottleneck.
  • Closing: Wrapping it up and the ask to look more broadly at UX and other disciplines (don't pigeonhole).

Learning Outcome

The discipline of user experience design can go far beyond graphics and information architecture if we let it.

Target Audience

Executives, Managers, Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, and "boots on the ground"



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