Session type:

Case Study

Presented by:

Aoife Moloney

Red Hat

Stefan Mattejiet

Red Hat

Session time:

30 Jun 11:00 11:45

Session duration:

45 minutes

About the session

Engaging planning means good planning, and is a key attribute of any successful agile team. So if you notice your team is struggling to find the enthusiasm to turn on their mics and cameras and engage in a planning session with you, it might be time to look at how you can make your planning sessions more exciting to attend.

To get that human connection and conversation back, and reintroduce the fun element! 

Join us in in our session where we will share our real life experiences with you on how we overcame planning fatigue and disengagement in our own team by changing our planning to be more visual, dynamic and UX centric, grounded in design thinking, and offer a fresh approach to how you can facilitate an effective, engaging planning session and introduce some design thinking ideas to your team too!

Participant takeaways:

  • Learn how Design Thinking works
  • Discover an engagement driven approach to planning that is optimised for remote working and embedded in real life
  • Understand how visuals can promote learning, provoke conversation and inspire innovation
  • Be inspired to think outside the box and bring design centric thinking and new ideas to their own planning

Themes: UX, Collaboration, Design Thinking, Planning, Stakeholder Engagement, Creativity, Ice Breaker

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