With: Yuri Malishenko
Sankt Gertruds Stræde 5, 3. sal
1129 København K.
Agile mindset seeks for empirical approach, experimental thinking, collaboration, creativity, knowledge build up and innovation. They say that agile is not a process and cannot be framed into a set of rules. No wonder that agility comes to those who employ seemingly unconventional methods.
Such a method is visual thinking. Visual thinking is a way to organize your thoughts and improve your ability to think and communicate. It’s a great way to convey complex or potentially confusing information. It is also a great way to create a collaboration platform to open up the group intellect.
Join us for this master class and learn a few quick tricks to unleash your internal visual thinker. We will go through several concrete problems suggested by the audience and will do a step-by-step go through the visualization path of those problem to demonstrate the method.
Be prepared to draw, think and have a lot of fun!
Yuri Malishenko is an agile coach and visual practitioner. He is working with software development teams and organizations to help them become great and make their customers happy. Yuri is a strong believer of visual thinking as a supportive tool for new age leadership.
Over the past 9 years Yuri has been putting the visual skills into practice in various fields ranging from product ownership and project management to agile coaching and organizational change management consulting.
Yuri has recently published the workbook on essentials of visual language that helps newcomers quickly get into the magic world of visual thinking. You could follow his Facebook page to learn more about similar courses and keep up to date with the most recent publications on the topic.
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