Pyramid of Humble Mastery - A Toolkit to Mastery in Agility, DevOps and What not?
Have you ever wondered about the mechanics of how human beings learn? Does your job involve teaching something to others? Or, do you want to teach a new skill to your child at home? If you are looking to add another tool to your teaching toolkit, particularly if you are an Agile Trainer, then the Pyramid of Humble Mastery is for you.
In this interactive workshop, we introduce the Pyramid of Humble Mastery, a model that we have used to teach concepts like Agility, DevOps, etc to audiences of various maturity. This workshop will take a conversational tone filled with hands-on activities and ample time for answering questions from the audience.
The audience will leave this workshop with hands-on experience of how to teach any new field meaningfully using this model.
Outline/Structure of the Presentation
- Activity 1
- How People learn?
- Pyramid of Humble Mastery
- Why a Pyramid?
- Layers of the Pyramid
- Why we aim for 'Humble Mastery'?
- Practice: Learn by drawing lines
- Activity - 2
- Design your own learning
- Practice: Learn by connecting dots
- Activity - 3
- Connect the dots
- Three Levels of Humility
- Understanding of how human beings learn
- How to apply Pyramid of Humble Mastery to teach new concepts
- How to apply this to create one's learning backlog
- Importance of humlility in learning
Any agile professional
Prerequisites for Attendees
Curiosity to learn how people learn
schedule Submitted 3 months ago
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