Agile—A Courageous Choice
“Olaf took the audience on a journey and the slides were about the least of it. He started by breaking their expectations, moved them through an activity that was engaging, opening, and enlightening. He gave them permission to get deeper into their own being than they usually do and he encouraged them to go deeper still. He showed the they could do it and gave them time to breathe. He reminded them they had a friend. He told them they were worthwhile.” — Jeffrey Davidson
Yesterday I had the pleasure to open the Toronto Agile and Software Conference with a keynote.
InfoQ published the video of the talk.
These are the slides:
— Dana Pylayeva (@DanaPylayeva) November 11, 2014
— Nick Norbeck (@NickNorbeck) November 10, 2014
— Deloitte LEAN (@deloittelean) November 10, 2014
— Arturo Pie (@arturo_pie) November 10, 2014
— Scott W. Ambler (@scottwambler) November 10, 2014
— Paul Sobocinski (@sobes) November 10, 2014
— Shawn Button (@shawnbut) November 10, 2014
— jasonlittle (@jasonlittle) November 10, 2014
If i had to have only 1 takeaway from @OlafLewitz speech, it would be "listening": 1) don't talk; 2) don't think about talking
— Milad (@MiladG) November 10, 2014