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The Storytelling Battle
Oana Juncu
August 5th, 2013
« If you cannot tell it
simply, it means you
didn’t understand it »
Our brain is story-wired
70%
Culture is build on stories
Change relies on stories that shape
an emerging culture
The General Relativity Theory
“Gravity is not a force but the geometry of the space-time
referential”
The General Relativity Theory …
explained
The General Relativity Theory is
A story in the elevator
The Storytelling Battle
Pick your Agile Story!
The Paris insurrection
5-6 of June, 1832
An example
Did you get it ?
1st storytelling sprint
Tell your topic as a story
Storytelling Techniques
•  What is your story about ?
•  What are the character(s) ?
•  Set the Stage! Describe the contex...
5th and 6th of June 1832
The characters
Did you get it ?
2nd storytelling sprint
Master your story style
Improvement Tips
•  Zoom on one character
•  What is his Quest?
•  Tell what is the Status Quo for him
•  Contrary forces–...
5th and 6th of June 1832
Through the eyes of one Character
Did you get it ?
References
•  Dan & Chip Heath, “Made To Stick”
•  Lisa Cron , “Wired for Stories”
•  Michael Ballé, “The Lean Manager”
• ...
Thank YOU!
Your Storytelling Host
Oana Juncu
@ojuncu
www.coemerge.com
My blog http://oanasagile.blogspot.com/
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The Agile2013 workshop slide deck : - When you know something, you become instantly hit the Curse of Knowledge : you cannot know what it means not to know what you know. This workshop teaches some narrative practices to build a story that will help you to explain simply complex concepts and drive the change.

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AGILE 2013 The Storytelling Battle -

  1. 1. The Storytelling Battle Oana Juncu August 5th, 2013
  2. 2. « If you cannot tell it simply, it means you didn’t understand it »
  3. 3. Our brain is story-wired 70%
  4. 4. Culture is build on stories
  5. 5. Change relies on stories that shape an emerging culture
  6. 6. The General Relativity Theory “Gravity is not a force but the geometry of the space-time referential”
  7. 7. The General Relativity Theory … explained
  8. 8. The General Relativity Theory is A story in the elevator
  9. 9. The Storytelling Battle Pick your Agile Story!
  10. 10. The Paris insurrection 5-6 of June, 1832 An example
  11. 11. Did you get it ?
  12. 12. 1st storytelling sprint Tell your topic as a story
  13. 13. Storytelling Techniques •  What is your story about ? •  What are the character(s) ? •  Set the Stage! Describe the context •  What is the problem that stops the characters to go for her quest •  The sory fire-starter •  The plot toward the outcome : hope- achievement-delusion-hope •  The Outcome
  14. 14. 5th and 6th of June 1832 The characters
  15. 15. Did you get it ?
  16. 16. 2nd storytelling sprint Master your story style
  17. 17. Improvement Tips •  Zoom on one character •  What is his Quest? •  Tell what is the Status Quo for him •  Contrary forces– The « Bad One »
  18. 18. 5th and 6th of June 1832 Through the eyes of one Character
  19. 19. Did you get it ?
  20. 20. References •  Dan & Chip Heath, “Made To Stick” •  Lisa Cron , “Wired for Stories” •  Michael Ballé, “The Lean Manager” •  Michael Margolis , “Believe Me”
  21. 21. Thank YOU! Your Storytelling Host Oana Juncu @ojuncu www.coemerge.com My blog http://oanasagile.blogspot.com/

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