When doing our daily work we often are focussed on the solutions we are trying to build. But the problem with solutions is that we can waste a lot of time and energy building "solutions" for problems that don't exist.
When you first focus on understanding and prioritising a problem, then it becomes much easier to build the right solution.
In the 4 hour Problem Framing workshop I'll help you identify what problem is worth solving, how to involve your customers and three next steps your team can do right now.
Getting a new project off the ground can be tough. Getting buy-in, figuring out what to do, and getting a team aligned can take you months.
It doesn't have to be this way. Design Sprints will help you solve complex problems in just a week.
I'll help you with strategic facilitation, and get your team ready to build products your customers will love.
Because there are so many opportunities when doing daily work, people often forget what's important.
They are so busy with their day-to-day activities that they forget to take a step back, and see how a minor change can have major impact.
A Super Retro-workshop is a great way for your team to do just that. In half-a-day we will look at your team's future and past. Plus, you'll leave the room with concrete action items you can do right now.
I will give you straightforward, no-nonsense, clear advice on how to grow your team through agile approaches, facilitation, strategic thinking, and complex problem solving. Also I know a few things about managing creative people, product development, and stakeholder alignment.
This is not theoretical, metaphysical meditation or unlocking your inner potential. This is just me sharing my straight up agile experience (through 10 years of trial and learning) to help you with your challenges as an agile leader.
This is what I do for my clients: I make people think; I make people laugh; and I make people take action.
I do this at company events, conferences, and business seminars, on a variety of topics. My favourite topics are products and teams, and agile management.
If you’re looking for a keynote speaker who can move your audience.