Promoting Agile thinking, principles and practises in Limburg. Building a community for Agile practitioners to meet, spar and share knowledge on a monthly basis.
"We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it." -- Agile Manifesto (http://agilemanifesto.org/)
Hosted by: • Niels van Reijmersdal, Agile Engineer @CBS (Statistics Netherlands) • Nick Nijenhuis, Agile Engineer & Scrum Master @Novana (http://novana.nl) We bring atleast 10+ years experience in Agile/Scrum and another 15+ years in software engineering.
Have you often wondered why your colleagues do the things they do?
Do you work as a professional in a modern organization and have you contemplated on a regular basis? How useful it would be to be able to understand the human mind better?
If you’re sceptical about the many clickbait wonder solutions to issues of the mind you will find in social media these days, and you are serious about your profession and indeed about not wasting your valuable time, efforts, and therefore money, you are well-advised to stick with science.
In this presentation, Patrick Heller links years of (agile) knowledge and experience in modern organizations with clear-cut scientifically backed-up widely professionally recognized psychology.
- 19:00 - 19:10 | Welcome
- 19:10 - 20:00 | Patrick Heller - Essential Psychology for the Modern Workplace
- 20:00 - 20:15 | Discussion - The group provides situations they run into
- 20:15 - 20:30 | Stay, chat and have some fun
(Times are not set in stone, we might finish earlier)
If you’re looking for practical applications of psychological insights in your everyday interaction with colleagues, then find out about the intriguing cutting-edge between the everyday workplace experience and scientifically proven psychology.
- What do the participants learn from this talk?
You gain practical scientifically backed-up psychological insights into your own mind as well as into your everyday interactions with colleagues at work.
- Who are the intended participants?
Professionals who work in a modern organization and want to understand the human mind better in order to increase their performance.
Bring your Agile topics to inspire, to spar or to learn. Agendas are so 20th century so we will use Lean Coffee format: http://agilecoffee.com/leancoffee/
We will be using an online conferencing tool and a remote lean coffee tool to discuss the topics like we always do.
The lean coffee will be for around 1h, afterwards there is some room to stay and chat.
Zoom details will be shared on the day of the session to people who RSVPed.