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Practical Design Thinking and Data Models for Agile
• What we'll do Summary: We hear a lot about taking a design-thinking and systems-based approach to Agile, which is great, but what does that really mean to us? How do we apply Design Thinking and Systems-Based Approaches to GSD? In this talk, we'll introduce a simple tool to help us and our teams make the shift toward and improve our design thinking. Then, we'll look at how models can help us take a systems approach to the application of that design-thinking tool. This is the first time the facilitator has tried any of this outside of an undergraduate classroom, so it'll be fun, interactive, rough-edged, conversational, and highly-dependent on everyone pitching in until the time runs out. Bio: Christopher Curley (http://linkedin.com/ccurley) is an Agile Coach practicing as a servant leader in Agile teams since 2003. His resume includes Cisco Systems, Arca Worldwide, and LexisNexis, among others. Before that, he studied how people learn and act in groups, participating as an a teaching assistant and later an Alumni volunteer with the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, where he focused on the way communities learn and talk to each other about about making choices. He's active in the local Agile professional communities and recently spoke at Red Hat Agile Day about how to understand and coach team attitudes. • What to bring • Important to know

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