The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be bringing you a session with the wonderful Tobias Mayer, author of "The People's Scrum'.
This year life changed, for everyone, suddenly and quite dramatically: home life, community life, social life and work life. At work we’re all doing our best to balance business as usual with ensuing chaos and it’s often a precarious line to walk. More than a porting of methods and practices, knowledge work today, especially the creative aspect (which is most of it!) requires a radical rethink. This is not like that.
This session, more break-out dialog than lecture, will explore this workplace reinvention from all participant viewpoints, for example what does it mean to move from being a co-located team to being a dynamically-located team? What is lost, what has been gained?
What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?
● New ways of considering current work practice
● New questions!
● Strength and camaraderie through dialog
Here's some background on our amazing guest speakers for this session:
Tobias Mayer is an explorer of human relationships, writer, mentor, teacher and speaker. He is committed to the liberation of the corporate workplace, and to that end, spends a lot of time thinking, talking and writing on personal responsibility, grassroots initiative and confronting the status quo. Tobias is the author of the 2013 book 'The People's Scrum', and the upcoming audiobook 'The State of Work'.
Events List: tobiasmayer.uk
The People’s Scrum Audio: tobiasmayer.uk
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(Previously Scaling Agile and DevOps Scotland)