Insights and Connections: How to use the human capability of sense making to adapt, change and disrupt

A session at Scrum Australia 2016

Thursday 28th April, 2016

1:45pm to 2:35pm (EST)

If machines can think, understand and recognise, if cars don’t need drivers, if holograms make real what’s not, and if the internet of things is in everything … what is left for humans to do or be?

What can we do in our working roles that can bring the greatest value?

We are sense makers.

Making sense is the most significant capability for the future of work. This session presents you with a toolkit of models, templates and practical questions for both your head and hands, so that you’re ready to bring forth this powerful human capability when your teams need it.

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Lynne Cazaly

helping project teams make change happen - better collaboration, quicker

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Books by speaker

  • Leader as Facilitator
  • Making Sense - A Handbook for the Future of Work
  • Visual Mojo - How to Capture Thinking, Convey Information and Collaborate Using Visuals

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