A short talk – approx 25 mins with time for questions at the end on a new practice for organising training sessions, note taking, learning and revision. First given at Agile Tour London 2020 to positive acclaim this will be the first time the talk has been given in full in a free forum. If you struggle with cognitive overload or mind maps don’t really work for you then this new visual approach to note taking may help you to put everything on a page and connect the dots your way. For people who can’t draw, and those who can! Complete with worked examples from people who have seen this talk and come back with how they implemented it in action. The talk may be especially relevant for those people who prefer a clear visual structure (e.g. those on the autism spectrum). The technique is video friendly to cater for all the video content we now have in the lockdown era with conferences and meetups all online, including this one!
“Most strategy dialogues end up with executives talking at cross-purposes because…nobody knows exactly what is meant by vision and strategy, and no two people ever quite agree on which topics belong where” (Geoffrey Moore Escape Velocity)
In addition, all too often strategy is a static powerpoint that goes out of date and gives little indication of the “why of movement”.
Join Craig and find out how to form an agile strategy and visualise it in a complex landscape and connect it to roadmaps, backlogs, Wardley mapping and the Strategy Cycle. This talk connects to different aspects of agile theory and practices including work by Simon Wardley, Roman Pichler and Dave Snowden
Craig will also address the question – does culture eat strategy for breakfast?