PopcornFlow: If Change is Hard, Make it Continuous
When you'll die, how old would you rather be? 2 experiments old... or 20 thousands?
Improvement without change is impossible. Yet, most people think about change as big, slow and scary.
But what if you could make it infinitely small and learn to evolve fast, almost as fast as some of the most adaptive microorganisms on earth?
Enter PopcornFlow – a mindset, new principles and actionable techniques to help you fight personal and organizational inertia, introduce fast change and make better decisions through the design and execution of a continuous stream of small, traceable and safe-to-fail change experiments.
What will the audience learn from this talk?
They'll learn an effective approach (based on ultra-rapid experimentation) that they can try right away to reach wider consensus and introduce change inside and outside their teams and organizations.
Does it feature code examples and/or live coding?
Prerequisite attendee experience level:
It's Getting FasterLiz KeoghThursday Jun 20, 15:30
PopcornFlow: If Change is Hard, Make it ContinuousClaudio PerroneTuesday Jun 18, 16:30
Build Agility with Design SprintsGary CrawfordThursday Jun 20, 11:30
Swearing, Nudity and Other Vulnerable PositionsJohn Le DrewTuesday Jun 18, 11:30
Mind as Code - Mindfulness for Developers and Knowledge WorkersMarkus WittwerTuesday Jun 18, 10:30
It’s a Small World after all - How Thinking Small is Changing Software Development Big TimeSander HoogendoornTuesday Jun 18, 15:30
Extreme Digitalization in ChinaChristina BoutrupTuesday Jun 18, 14:15