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Building a reflective practice:

What we can learn from elite sports
@mrbootle | #uxcam
Relaxing
Luxurious
Friendly
Giving
Space
Sometimes we’re too busy sprinting
to notice where we’ve come from
Photo: Ghislain Berger
Illustration: Pawel Kuczynski
Dave and Clive
Captured
Break down your sport
CapturedJONNY “BLOODY” WILKINSON
Research
1. Continuous Learning
2. Deliberate Practice
3. Reflective Practice
The four stages of learning
1
2
3
4
Don’t know
that you don’t know
Know that
you don’t know
Know about it,
but have to thi...
What can we learn from the
sporting elite?
1. Continuous Learning
Focus, schedule and a goal
ROUTINE
TRAIN
ANALYSE
REFLECT
SMART Goals
2. Deliberate Practice
Practice the right things
Sir Dave Brailsford
Marginal Gains
LANCE ARMSTRONG
The whole principle came from the idea that
if you broke down everything you could think
of that goes into riding a bike, ...
Clough and Taylor
Only three things will change
behaviour in the long term
Tiny Habits
[anchor]
+ [new behaviour]
+ [celebration]
Credit: http://tinyhabits.com/
3. Reflective Practice
Deliberate time looking back
Photo: Rishi Bandopadhay
Reflective practitioner
Donald Schön
Reflection-in-action
“thinking on your feet”
• Thinking ahead
• Analysing
• Experiencin...
#FAIL
Osymetric
chainring
Mood diaries
QualitativeQuantitative
WHAT? WHY?
Numbers
Senses
Motivations
Behaviours
What are the marginal gains
you can apply?
Rule 1:

WE’RE ALL BUSY
Agile ceremonies
Stand up / Stand down
Planning // Demos // Retrospectives
Photo: GDS Team
Retrospectives
Reflective sprint
Visit: https://steveblank.com/category/lean-launchpad/
Mood
Walls
Kanban
Design Studio / Crits
Spacial Memory
Writing and drawing
Walking
Photo: José Luis Serrano
Lunch
Team and Peer lunches
People from other companies
Photo: José Luis Serrano
Sleep
Photo: Peter Kirkeskov Rasmussen
Process not tools
What next?
What are the ways you can improve?
Thank you.
Any questions?
@MrBootle | mrbootle.com | popgunuk.com
Building a reflective practice: What we can learn from elite sports – UX Cambridge 2016
Building a reflective practice: What we can learn from elite sports – UX Cambridge 2016
Building a reflective practice: What we can learn from elite sports – UX Cambridge 2016
Building a reflective practice: What we can learn from elite sports – UX Cambridge 2016
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Building a reflective practice: What we can learn from elite sports – UX Cambridge 2016

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How do elite sportspeople keep improving? They have rigorous schedules of practice of reflective practice (and hard work). As individuals, often working without support, how do we create an environment of reflective practice and continuous learning within our busy schedules?

This talk was presented at UX Cambridge 2016 on September 16.
http://uxcambridge.net/2016/sessions/index.php?session=28

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Building a reflective practice: What we can learn from elite sports – UX Cambridge 2016

  1. 1. Building a reflective practice:
 What we can learn from elite sports @mrbootle | #uxcam
  2. 2. Relaxing
  3. 3. Luxurious
  4. 4. Friendly
  5. 5. Giving
  6. 6. Space
  7. 7. Sometimes we’re too busy sprinting to notice where we’ve come from Photo: Ghislain Berger
  8. 8. Illustration: Pawel Kuczynski
  9. 9. Dave and Clive
  10. 10. Captured
  11. 11. Break down your sport
  12. 12. CapturedJONNY “BLOODY” WILKINSON
  13. 13. Research
  14. 14. 1. Continuous Learning 2. Deliberate Practice 3. Reflective Practice
  15. 15. The four stages of learning 1 2 3 4 Don’t know that you don’t know Know that you don’t know Know about it, but have to think about it Know it so well you don’t have to think about it Mastery Ignorance Mistakes Confusion Credit: https://braintrainconfidence.coachesconsole.com/the-four-stages-of-learning.html
  16. 16. What can we learn from the sporting elite?
  17. 17. 1. Continuous Learning Focus, schedule and a goal
  18. 18. ROUTINE
  19. 19. TRAIN ANALYSE REFLECT
  20. 20. SMART Goals
  21. 21. 2. Deliberate Practice Practice the right things
  22. 22. Sir Dave Brailsford Marginal Gains
  23. 23. LANCE ARMSTRONG
  24. 24. The whole principle came from the idea that if you broke down everything you could think of that goes into riding a bike, and then improved it by 1%, you will get a significant increase when you put them all together Dave Brailsford (2012) “ Marginal Gains
  25. 25. Clough and Taylor
  26. 26. Only three things will change behaviour in the long term
  27. 27. Tiny Habits [anchor] + [new behaviour] + [celebration] Credit: http://tinyhabits.com/
  28. 28. 3. Reflective Practice Deliberate time looking back Photo: Rishi Bandopadhay
  29. 29. Reflective practitioner Donald Schön Reflection-in-action “thinking on your feet” • Thinking ahead • Analysing • Experiencing • Critically responding Reflection-on-action “naval gazing” • Thinking through experiences • Discussing • Journal
  30. 30. #FAIL
  31. 31. Osymetric chainring
  32. 32. Mood diaries
  33. 33. QualitativeQuantitative WHAT? WHY? Numbers Senses Motivations Behaviours
  34. 34. What are the marginal gains you can apply?
  35. 35. Rule 1:
 WE’RE ALL BUSY
  36. 36. Agile ceremonies Stand up / Stand down Planning // Demos // Retrospectives Photo: GDS Team
  37. 37. Retrospectives
  38. 38. Reflective sprint Visit: https://steveblank.com/category/lean-launchpad/
  39. 39. Mood
  40. 40. Walls Kanban Design Studio / Crits Spacial Memory
  41. 41. Writing and drawing
  42. 42. Walking Photo: José Luis Serrano
  43. 43. Lunch Team and Peer lunches People from other companies Photo: José Luis Serrano
  44. 44. Sleep Photo: Peter Kirkeskov Rasmussen
  45. 45. Process not tools
  46. 46. What next? What are the ways you can improve?
  47. 47. Thank you. Any questions? @MrBootle | mrbootle.com | popgunuk.com

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