Recovery from failure - A first aid kit to help your team and yourself through it
Big or small, failure is not a doubt but a certainty.
The question is how does one recover from failure? How can you help your team recover from failure? How do you help yourself through it?
Accompanied with stories of real life failures, I will introduce a few items you should have in your first aid kit to help your teams and yourself through team failure, personal failure and something I call 'hard fails'.
Outline/Structure of the TED talk
- Team failure - Storytelling & first aid kit items
- Personal failure - Storytelling & first aid kit items
- Hard fails - What are they & what to do about them
Learn how to recover from failure
Team leaders, Key team influencers, Product Managers, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Humans.
Previous talk https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/ProductTalkSydney/events/258784179/
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Hands on Session
Cole Sear: I'm ready to tell you my secret now.
Dr. Malcolm Crowe: Okay.
Cole Sear: Come closer.
Cole Sear: I see User Stories. They don't know they're User Stories.
Dr. Malcolm Crowe: Where are they?
Cole Sear: Everywhere.
In my experience, User Stories are one of the most powerful tools in the universe but we are using them poorly and not in all the domains where they can help us to thrive and succeed. Confining them into our Product Backlogs is like buying a Ferrari and using it JUST to go shopping to Woolies. Do you want to unleash the ultimate power of User Stories? If so, please join us in this Hands-On session.
Cole Sear: i see people, they don't know they are User Stories
Dr. Malcolm Crowe: User Stories like, in organisations? In teams?Cole Sear: Yes. Walking around like regular people. They don't see each other. They only see what they want to see. They don't know they're User Stories.
Dr. Malcolm Crowe: how often do you see them?
Cole Sear: all the time, they are everywhere, they only see what they want to see
Dr. Malcolm Crowe: How often do you see them?
Cole Sear: All the time. They're everywhere.
In this session, I´d love to share with you how I´m using them. Everywhere. Every time. How I´m recognising them, even if they don´t know (yet) they are User Stories. And how I help them to become beautiful and useful tools for us to understand our context better and, from there, take better decisions and deliver greater value.
In this session, we´ll practice User Story identification and creation through several exercises closing with the eXtreme User Story Splitting Challenge. wish you enjoy this session and get some good take-aways from it. Meanwhile, I´ll appreciate your comments to my proposal to be able to tweak and improve it if required. Thanks