OBS have kindly offered their office - unfortunately Building Security kicks in a 6pm. It would be great if we were all there prior to that.
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I am not a big fan of this sort of excercises, but it was good.
0 · June 17
I've quite enjoyed the exercise myself. Thanks to everyone, one of the reasons I like these meetups because there is always something to learn and take away that can be utilised. Was good to see everyone, thanks to Jo and Peter for organising.
I don't like them, because they trigger the part of nervous system I do not control. Basically, if you have never been a part of this excercise, you make the same mistake, always, even if you had years of experience. I walked into this one after negotiating the better part of the day with my product owner to come into the office and tell me what he wants and prioritise with me. I was doing pretty much the thing this exercise was promoting, and I still did not ask exercise product owner what she wants. There is physiological explanation why nobody asked product owner what she wants, under fight or flight response, one does not do smallthings, we try to get rid of the threat all at once, not small details of the picture. Next time, you will know the solution, so no fight or flight response, hence learning was acquired, so I gave it four stars.
2 · June 17
Interesting insights Sead - maybe you could run a conversation on this topic one time? I bet lots of people would get value from it.
0 · June 26
Defitely there is an idea behind the workshop aprpaoch - getting to actually practice techniques in a safe environment helps prepare us for real situations. We have a kind of muscle memory about the techniques we aren't just talking about.
1 · June 26
It was really interesting.
0 · June 18
Really enjoyed it! Great to be able to reflect on how to go about the beginning of a project and prioritising - as well as a reminder of the questions you have to ask the Product Owner.
1 · June 18
I really enjoyed the excercise.It was very interactive and engaging. Thanks JoL.
A nice challenge and a few learnings.
Too late to change my RSVP. Not able to attend so a space is free.
1 · June 17
I might be late, can I call anyone if I can't get in the building?
Hi Gabor, I'm sorry but this event has reached capacity and can't take any more people. Hope to see you next time.
So if I turn up, I can't attend :-0? Or if someone is not turning up, will you give me a call that I can still come? I am a bit surprised on the rigour, especially knowing how many people are accepting and how many actually attending meetups.
Please note that this event has reached capacity. Only if you are on the RSVP = Yes list, you can call me on[masked] if you arrive after 6pm. Apologies to anyone else that has not made the "yes" list.
Please note this is on Level 8. Level 9 is another company. :)
0 · June 12
This clashes with Agile Australia.
0 · June 11
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