Welcome to 2020 A year of new adventures. Currently, I am in Bodø, Norway chasing the northern lights. I managed to see them in Abisko last week and have experienced bad weather ever since. I have been out to Svolvær in the Lofoten Islands. The scenery on the road there was amazing. Anyway, enough about READ MORE
I was chatting to a fellow ‘Company of One’ about running a workshop to improve customer engagement. I was going through how to keep people engaged, getting everyone’s views and actually getting some outcomes. Then he mentioned that two of the participants would be in Perth and another two in Melbourne. The software that the READ MORE
In our noisy busy lives maybe some silent time in a meeting is what we really need. Here’s the case for silent meetings.
So last time I raved about the greatness of PreMortems. This post I cover the running of the dreaded Postmortem. Postmortems or project wrap-ups are probably everyone’s least favourite meetings. They are siblings for the Premortem and cousin to Agile’s Retrospective. Why are Postmortems so hard So far, I’m not selling them very well. No READ MORE
If you chat to me I will go on and on about the amazing world of PreMortems but what is a PreMortem. A PreMortem is an exploration into how a project could fail carried out in the planning stage of a project. A close cousin of the futurespective from Agile. Sibling of the Post Mortem. READ MORE
Part 2 of Facilitate Like a Boss, this newsletter I’m looking at Workshop personalities & how to get the best out of all the participants
Getting to learn from others is the best way forward, so I checked out Rich Brophy’s “Facilitate like a Boss” and this is what I learnt.