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Slides and Infographic
Here is a summary of the games landscape.
Games Landscape and Importance of Play – Keynote
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More Agile Games 2012 Videos
Here are photos and videos from Agile Games 2012.
Keynote Take-Aways – What people said
- Play helps us get into the state of flow. The opposite of play as depression.
- When the going gets tough, get playing
- Games as a way of learning & using games to learn
- 1) Games->flow->happiness 2)games->happiness
- Celebrate imperfection
- Courage to play games ‘!’
- You need a safe environment to promote play.
- Thinking about building play skills
- Look for more ways to gameify work
- Figure out more opportunities to play for work
- Trying to instill a more relaxed atmosphere by getting a little more playful attitude
- Look into Lego Serious Play
- Find ways to make my work more like playing. Increase the amount of play in my life. Think about what I liked to do when I played as a child and bring that back.
- Our teams don’t play enough games, it’s important to introduce more!
- There were some games from Tasty Cupcakes I would like to try with my team
- Read/watch Brene Brown talk/book about shame
Michael K Sahota guides and teaches leaders how to create high-performance organizations. He is the creator of a proven system for leading change through a practical playbook. His model for Consciously Approaching Agile guides the creation of a cultural and leadership context where Agile creates lasting organizational results. Michael has taught over 1000 leaders worldwide through his highly acclaimed “Agile” Culture & Leadership Training. His company, Agilitrix, delivers “Agile Transformation- Redefined” with an elite team of consultants who specialize in unlocking Culture.
Change Artist , Games and Simulations , Play , Safety , Strategic Play , Systems Thinking