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How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
How to Build a Learning Community with Lean Coffee
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How can you quickly get a group of people to self-organize to share everything they know about agile/lean software or any topic? Serve lean coffee. This talk provides an overview of how lean coffee …

How can you quickly get a group of people to self-organize to share everything they know about agile/lean software or any topic? Serve lean coffee. This talk provides an overview of how lean coffee was started, how you can run a lean coffee discussion, and some tips for serving.

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  • - Guided Agile adoptions at dozens of commercial & government organizations (including Fortune 50)>20 years in software asdeveloper, architect, project manager, rocket scientist, ScrumMaster, Product OwnerStarted agile coaching in 2003 with Extreme Programming and ScrumCSM since 2005, Scaled Agilist, Leadership Gift Practitioner, member of Agile Alliance, Scrum Alliance, ACM, IEEEco-founder of Agile Orlando and host of Lean Coffee Orlando
  • Let’s discuss the relationship between conflict and collaboration
  • Let’s discuss the relationship between conflict and collaboration
  • Let’s discuss the relationship between conflict and collaboration
  • - Guided Agile adoptions at dozens of commercial & government organizations (including Fortune 50)>20 years in software asdeveloper, architect, project manager, rocket scientist, ScrumMaster, Product OwnerStarted agile coaching in 2003 with Extreme Programming and ScrumCSM since 2005, Scaled Agilist, Leadership Gift Practitioner, member of Agile Alliance, Scrum Alliance, ACM, IEEEco-founder of Agile Orlando and host of Lean Coffee Orlando
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    • 1. How to start a community of learning with Lean Coffee Mark Kilby October 3, 2013
    • 2. Mark Kilby Enterprise Agile Coach Mark@LeadingAgile.com Mark@markkilby.com @mkilby– twitter http://markkilby.com Software since 1990; Coaching since 2003 AgileOrlando.com co-founder
    • 3. Purpose today is to… Understand what people know (or want to learn) in your “community”
    • 4. Benefit(s) • Help those eager to learn • Find expertise and stories to share • Calm those nervous about change • (perhaps) Start a new community
    • 5. Agenda 1. What is a learning community? 2. What’s the simplest way to start a learning community? 3. Tips for serving Lean Coffee
    • 6. LEARNING COMMUNITY? What is a
    • 7. A Learning Community is… A group of people who share common emotions, values, or beliefs, and are: • actively engaged • in learning together from each other, • and by habituation.
    • 8. SIMPLEST WAY TO START A LEARNING COMMUNITY? What is the
    • 9. From http://www.nonformalii.ro/uploads/files/open-space-principles.jpg
    • 10. But how can I provide “open space”? • In one hour (or less)? • With little notice ? • Without a “theme” or a plan? • As often as possible? • Where everyone can learn AND share?
    • 11. Do you have?
    • 12. LEAN COFFEE • Started by Jim Benson (personal kanban) and Jeremy Lightsmith in Seattle 2009 • Didn’t want to start a cumbersome organization • Lean Coffee still meets every week • See other cities at LeanCoffee.org and Meetup.com
    • 13. Yum!
    • 14. SERVING LEAN COFFEE Tips for
    • 15. Tips for serving (1) Pick a unique venue (different & safe to share) (2) Have a 1-2 week rhythm (3) Have someone experienced present, but don’t have them do all the talking (4) More tips and info at markkilby.com
    • 16. You can do this distributed too… Using Google Drive so everyone can edit/vote/take notes
    • 17. Mark Kilby Enterprise Agile Coach Mark@LeadingAgile.com Mark@markkilby.com @mkilby– twitter http://markkilby.com Or, please join us for Lean Coffee Orlando every other Friday (check AgileOrlando.com) Time to serve your own Lean Coffee Now serve your own Lean Coffee to start building your community

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