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Practice, practice & practice!!!

In dutch we have a saying "Oefening baart kunst" meaning "Practice makes perfect". One has to practice a technique over and over again before it becomes second nature to that person. It's like me having practiced karate for 20 year and trained my techniques over and over again before mastering them.

Topics: Business Model Canvas, validating a business model with PIMENTO MAP®, pitching your idea to investors, communication skills, MVP, create Lean & Agile mindset with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method, Scrum, Kanban, Story Mapping, BPMn, Writing user Stories, Wireframing, Estimations in Scrum, Story telling, Visual management, Job interviews with LEGO®. Other topics are more then welcome! ;)

Only hands-on and interactive workshops will be held in this atelier, no boring Powerpoints. No theory during theses ateliers!

The concept of the Agile atelier is the same as my former karate club: Only the trainer knows upfront which topics he/she will train; the Agile atelier will be held 1x per week. So, all the topics will be trained over and over during the year making you experts in these techniques at the end. I'm also thinking of color belts like in karate to know your level and to reward your efforts.

Wanna try out these Agile ateliers? Your first atelier is free even though you'll be charged €15.

Let me explain: Your first €15 donation will be refunded when you show up for your second atelier.

If you're hooked then you can pay per atelier or subscribe per month, per quarter, per semester or per year.

Ok, no more talking. Just experience it! ;)

Hope to see you soon!


P.S. if you would like to know more about the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method then visit my other Meetup groups LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Vlaanderen (https://www.meetup.com/LSP_Vlaanderen/), LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Belgium (https://www.meetup.com/LEGO-Serious-Play-facilitators-in-and-outside-Belgium/) and Lean startup & Agile transformation (https://www.meetup.com/Agile-transformation/).

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