Thursday 8th October, 2015
12:10pm to 12:40pm
In knowledge work, many things are typically invisible or opaque, ranging from our process, the actual work items, to our models for making sense of these.
These are therefore open to assumption and misunderstanding, stemming partly from a variety of different perspectives.
At Spotify, we aim to build shared views and models to reduce unnecessary ambiguity and improve our understanding, allowing us to more effectively navigate in a Complex environment.
I’ll share some examples of how Spotify is using Visual techniques in creating clarity, to learn and respond faster.
Coach @ Spotify. In pursuit of equanimity. Music should be loud and Whiskey shared
Cliff Hazell has made a career out of breaking down the obstacles that stand in the way of great work. He is often challenging the status quo in his quest to develop the right culture and systems for creation of excellent digital products. After a tour of addresses across South Africa, Cliff moved to Stockholm where he works on the Coaching team at Spotify.
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