How many people will take part in the activity?
It will be around 10. I will split them into teams of two.
I was inspired to try this activity out with lego. That way it might be easier with the materials: either creating a play, or creating metaphors using the bricks, or however they want to explain the values and principles.
Thank you for this article. It is so very helpful!
I frequently see this assumption at work that one is not supposed to show their emotional and personal side. However my gut told me that great teams emerge from people getting along and personally enjoying being in each other’s company since we…
thanks for sharing the app.
It seems there is a bug on Adroid. After choosing one card there is no way back and I had to restart the app to choose another card.
Are you using this app in your teams? And if yes, then how do you prevent team members participate in planning and not being distracted by their phones?
Most of us have been to meetings where people are physically present, but mentally away
Interesting thing is: when one is the facilitator of a meeting — one doesn’t notice, because they are fully present, pay attention to intervene effectively. However when participant in a meeting and it’s not “necessary” to pay attention…
thank you for sharing your experiences!
When you say:
If I take the responsibility, I take the responsibility from them.
what responsibilities are you referring to?
I have to be over-prepared and expect everything…
Hi! Thanks, for the very useful article.
It’s OK, even advisable, for a facilitator to ask others to take on different roles like note-taker and time-keeper.
Do you have more examples for other roles?
I’m quite confident, that starting with a framework ‘as a whole’ is way better that cherry-picking various stuff.
Totally agree with this. Which is why I wrote the previous comment. In order to remove something we first have to do it. Otherwise it’s not removing. It’s ignoring or not implementing in the first place.
For this reason, at Laboratoria, instead of having a traditional grading system, we have a points-and-reward system.
That’s really cool. Made me think of how this could be done in company context.