Jakub Perlak

Learning Agility Through Games

Agility can be daunting and even boring in theory. When we come into practice we struggle with many fancy names and techniques. Have you ever thought about demonstrating something by involving people in exercise instead of monotonously showing the slides and discussing nuances of frameworks? If at least partially you have answered “yes”, join us in the session.
There is a saying by Benjamin Franklin “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”.
Having this in mind, we will use some selected and curated games for demonstrating elements of agility, values, practices, etc.
Last but not least - having some fun and joy in learning is assumed.

About the Speaker:

Agile Coach and Design Thinking Coach trying to humanise the workspace. Supporting people in creating a learning environment where value is based on empathy and supported through empirical, network and system thinking. Certified trainer, team coach and facilitator. Lifelong learner, hobbyist scientific researcher, and contemporary art geek. Active participant in Agile communities and conferences.