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Full name

Maurizio Pedriale

Job Software Engineer
email m [dot] pedriale [at] gmail [dot] com
Skypeid mpedriale
Phone number +32483401437
Company Ogone
City (Country) Bruxelles
Time 1h
Type of Conference Workshop / 20 attendees
Level Everybody

Cynefin Lego Game




From: Using Lego, you go through four exercises where the problem to solve and the context you work in is designed to create a simple, complicated, complex and chaotic system. While it does not introduce you to the full potential of the sense-making framework, it is well suited to get a first impression and raise interest in learning more about it! Although Cynefin is at the heart of this excercise, the debriefing focuses on outcome that is not necessarily part of the model. Why You’d Use It When leading or managing agile transitions, it is important to know what type of system you are dealing with. Playing this game shows you how to decode what is happening in terms of organisational structures and communication in that specific system. Once you are able to do this, you can appreciate the consistency of your communication style with the related system, as well as choose more appropriate tools to set direction and coach.

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