Colonoscopies and Agility
Yup, you read that correctly - colonoscopies. A hallmark study by experts in the fields of psychology and economics has strangely strong links to the themes that underpin the Agile Manifesto. In this short talk, I present how basic human psychology - the tendency to obfuscate the initial and distill the terminal - aligns perfectly with a world of work that based on iteration.
The Agile Mindset is elusive - and gets a bad reputation for being so. Through evidence based research this talk will allow participants to grasp onto the concept of iteration in an innately 'human' way.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Introduction - 3 minutes
- Presentation of research - 7 minutes
- Application of findings to Organisational Agility - 10 minutes
- Further research and questions - 5 minutes
- A deeper understanding of the nature of human psychology as it pertains to events
- An evidence based example of why iteration is so powerful as a way of working
- A stronger 'hold' on the elusive concept of an Agile Mindset
Executives, Leaders, Coaches, Scrum Masters
Prerequisites for Attendees
Basic premise of Agile (Manifesto)
Basic understanding of The Scientific Method
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