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Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
Coaching Served 2 Ways
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Coaching Served 2 Ways

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What I've learned from qualifying as a Rugby Coach, and can use in my day job as Agile and Kanban Coach.

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  • @Myles Hocking Your video says nothing about coaching approach or relative complexity. I think you may be taking the slide out of context. I compare coaching strategies between the two sports based on the relative complexity of the tackle situation in the two sports. My source is actually a professional coach trainer who has worked with professional coaches of both codes, as well as other sports. Rugby league was founded as a way to make rugby more of a spectacle, thus "cleaning up" the contact areas - notably the tackle and scrum, to be more simple and fan friendly. By cleaning it up, they made it a "simpler" situation in terms of complexity thinking, leading to a different approach in coaching. Just like in Waterfall projects when we are in the Obvious domain of complexity we would apply Best Practice, but when using Agile in the Complicated or Complex domains we are unable to apply best practice as it wouldn't be appropriate, but have to look for Good or Emergent practices instead. I wasn't having a cheap shot at League, just contrasting how two differing levels of complexity in a particular situation lead to 2 differing approaches in coaching. One is based on intuitive decision making because the situation is Complex and adaptive (how am I tackled, where on the field, am I on the ground, do I have support, can I present the ball cleanly, is the scrum half there, is the offload on, where is the defence, what is the match situation, what is the weather, what is the game plan and many other factors which change by the second), the other is a more obvious (get up, and put the ball between your legs) so leads to more prescriptive coaching methods as there is best practice in the situation. Once the BCS has put the video online I'll add it to the slideshare and you'll be able to see the slide in it's true context.
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  • Bit of a cheap-shot at Rugby League on slide 13. Got any evidence? I found some counter to it http://www.itv.com/news/granada/update/2015-03-24/clash-of-the-codes-as-rugby-league-takes-on-rugby-union/
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