Indefinite Unsustainable Pace — Eric Green
The concept of sustainability is something that human beings have considered for millennia. Yet we still commonly find environments operating under the stress and weight of unsustainable workloads, deadlines, and expectations derived via deterministic methods, magic, and hero culture. Despite being an Agile Manifesto principle, “sustainable pace” is something that eludes many organizations (self-proclaimed “Agile” or otherwise) today.
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Next Video The Inner Game of Kanban — Russell Healy
Timothy Gallwey’s seminal work “The Inner Game of Tennis” published in 1974 tells us that there is a much better route to performance than sheer effort and willpower. Potential performance is limited by mental interference. When this interference is quieted, the innate capability of mind and body are released to perform at a much higher level. Interference in the workplace comes in many forms. This talk will discuss how Kanban can be used to quiet interference and unlock the potential performance of knowledge workers.