The Learning mindset - you've been Bazzinga'D!
Are you afraid of trying new things because you don't want to risk failure? Do you create an environment where your peers, direct reports or children are afraid of failure? If you answered yes to any of those, you're brave!
Come join me in exploring ways to become stronger at experimenting and learning and creating environments where others can too!
We all know that Agile will fail without a Learning mindset. But, what does it mean to have a learning or growth mindset? I will explore some learnings by Carol Dweck and David Colcleugh and some of my own personal experiences around how the growth mindset has impacted my life and the lives of people around me.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
A 20 min talk on the ideas mentioned in the abstract with 20 minutes for an activity and guided discussion.
Guided Discussion details:
1. Members of the audience will be asked to form in small groups
2. They will then explore and experience the growth mindset through an activity
1. An understanding of the growth versus fixed mindset
2. Tangible actions that one can take to step towards creating a learning organization
Leaders, Developers, Managers, Scrum Masters, Executives
Prerequisites for Attendees
All you need is a flexible perspective!
schedule Submitted 8 months ago
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- Have an already successful company
- Read “Agile At Scale” article in latest HBR
- "Go Agile" (Pay large sums of $ to a large consultancy)
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As in “We will figure this out, if you’d just LET US!”
But for all the leadership training and blogs about how important an ‘agile mindset’ is, most teams are simply never allowed to sufficiently self organize.
In this brief interactive session, we’ll uncover what it means to be part of a self-organized team, the boundaries of self-organization, and how Managers and Scrum Masters can exercise servant leadership by enabling teams to self-organize.