Building great products, services, teams and skill sets requires a lot of practice and learning. Game theory, serious games, and Applied Improv have done much for providing world-class professionals a way to lead in their fields and contribute vast amounts of value, while elevating the human condition.
Paradoxically, a significant opportunity remains for professional players to up their game with coaching, commitment, and rigorous reflection toward continuous improvement. Jon Jorgensen will unfold, with your participation, some of the corners and blind-spots for coaches, players and referees who say ‘Yes!’ to this lively and conversational inner-workshop.
Based on survey feedback from our last session (Inspect and
Adapt) we will ensure that there is more time for questions
and discussion throughout the presentation. We plan to
formally end the presentation and discussion at 7PM but Bob
and Nitin will stay on-line till 7:15PM for any additional
- 5:45 PM - Networking
- 6:00 PM - Presentation; Q&A (Recorded)
- 7:00 PM - Extended, open discussion
- $0 - PMINJ Chapter members
- The link to the virtual meeting will be included in the
- Download the Zoom app at: https://zoom.us/download
is a player and coach in the Great Game of Scrum, and is committed to elevating the professionalism and expanding the outcomes of the game, and Agile work systems via. https://needlehop.com/index.html/
You may connect here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/waterscrumban/
Jon has led hundreds of Scrum Teams through thousands of Sprints. He co-authored the Leadership Scrum framework, and Agile Coaching Wisdom from Practitioners version 1.0 copyright 2017
As a calling in life, Jon supports and volunteers for a global community of Agile professionals called https://www.gameshifters.org/ and non-profit foundation for young agilists at https://5saturdays.org/ We invite you to contribute and play full-out with us.