This was an engaging and inspirational talk by Dave. It certainly got the brain into gear and challenged the community to rethink practice use - always been a fan of contextulization and adaptation over following any type of process specifically - the more tools in your toolbox the more agile you can be - time to pop off and refresh on the Cynefin framework...
0 · September 6
Yes, thanks Gillian for the great opportunity to hear David! I have been following David's work on knowledge management and complexity theory from an academic view, for years. I was wondering how he had applied his work, and he made that very clear in his stories last night. I am working on applying distributed cognition theory to the "why" of Agile practices as part of my research at AUT, so it was particularly relevant to me!
0 · August 31
If this talk didn't get you thinking, I don't know what would. The concept of "messy coherence" is very nice, it's the way people behave naturally. Dave is a _great _ story teller and clearly a deep thinker. Although there were some aspects of his outlook that I may differ in opinion on, I _thoroughly_ enjoyed this session... - http://www.theinvisiblegorilla....
0 · August 31
Wow Refreshingly scary! I have not been this challenged in years! I will have to rethink many things.
0 · August 30