Lean UX Recipe Cards (set 02)

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More print-your-own recipe cards inspired by Conversation, Cadence & Culture: recipes to inspire collaborative teams. Workshop presented at Lean UX NYC http://leanuxnyc.co/nyc/. …

More print-your-own recipe cards inspired by Conversation, Cadence & Culture: recipes to inspire collaborative teams. Workshop presented at Lean UX NYC http://leanuxnyc.co/nyc/.

Print two sided on 8x5"x11" card stock. Cut in four pieces. Produces two sets of six cards. Keep one, share one with a friend!Print two sided on 8x5"x11" card stock. Cut in four pieces. Produces two sets of six cards. Keep one, share one with a friend!

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  • 1. #c5recipeApr.17.13#c5recipeApr.17.13- facilitation tips-Your Attention Please!Count up clapFacilitator: If you can hear me,clap one time!Group: Claps onceFacilitator: If you can hear me,clap two times!Group: Claps twiceRepeat,adding claps,until everyone is clapping in unisonSloW clapFacilitator: Starts clapping slowly and rhythmicallyGroup: Joins inContinue until everyone is applaudingSilent hands upFacilitator: Raises hand silentlyGroup: Raises hands as they notice other people doing it.Continue until everyone is silentYour Attention, Please!When you don’t want to yell (or whistle)Try one of these techniques to get the attention of a large,noisy group.• Count up clap• Slow clap• Silent hands up- facilitation tips-FishbowlHow it works• Arrange four chairs facing the audience• Choose speakers to sit in three of the chairs,one remains empty• The speakers have a conversation with each other,the audience observes &does not interact with the speakers• An audience member joins the conversation by sitting in the empty chair• A speaker returns to the audience to maintain one empty chairVariations1) Form a topic list. The fishbowl speakers address the topic for a specifiedtime period.At the end of the time period,the audience votes to change topic(and speakers) or continues for another specified time period.2) A topic expert occupies one seat.Three empty chairs are occupied by arevolving group of conversation participants.3) After a panel discussion,set out enough chairs for the panelists plus twoextra chairs for participants. Participants occupy one of two empty chairs.Panelsts stay seated.See alsohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishbowl_(conversation)self-organizing Panel ConversationA fishbowl conversation is made up of “speakers”who sit in chairs andan “audience”who listens.Speakers have a conversation with eachother,while observed by the audience. When an audience membersits in the empty chair,he/she is promoted to speaker and one speakerreturns to the audience. As a point of ettiquite,no-one should beforced out of a speaker seat until he/she has had a chance to talk.Fishbowl
  • 2. #c5recipeApr.17.13#c5recipeApr.17.13- facilitation tips-Your Attention Please!Count up clapFacilitator: If you can hear me,clap one time!Group: Claps onceFacilitator: If you can hear me,clap two times!Group: Claps twiceRepeat,adding claps,until everyone is clapping in unisonSloW clapFacilitator: Starts clapping slowly and rhythmicallyGroup: Joins inContinue until everyone is applaudingSilent hands upFacilitator: Raises hand silentlyGroup: Raises hands as they notice other people doing it.Continue until everyone is silentYour Attention, Please!When you don’t want to yell (or whistle)Try one of these techniques to get the attention of a large,noisy group.• Count up clap• Slow clap• Silent hands up- facilitation tips-FishbowlHow it works• Arrange four chairs facing the audience• Choose speakers to sit in three of the chairs,one remains empty• The speakers have a conversation with each other,the audience observes &does not interact with the speakers• An audience member joins the conversation by sitting in the empty chair• A speaker returns to the audience to maintain one empty chairVariations1) Form a topic list. The fishbowl speakers address the topic for a specifiedtime period.At the end of the time period,the audience votes to change topic(and speakers) or continues for another specified time period.2) A topic expert occupies one seat.Three empty chairs are occupied by arevolving group of conversation participants.3) After a panel discussion,set out enough chairs for the panelists plus twoextra chairs for participants. Participants occupy one of two empty chairs.Panelsts stay seated.See alsohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishbowl_(conversation)self-organizing Panel ConversationA fishbowl conversation is made up of “speakers”who sit in chairs andan “audience”who listens.Speakers have a conversation with eachother,while observed by the audience. When an audience membersits in the empty chair,he/she is promoted to speaker and one speakerreturns to the audience. As a point of ettiquite,no-one should beforced out of a speaker seat until he/she has had a chance to talk.Fishbowl