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Monday, April 8 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
LEGO Labs Mini-Residency - Part 1

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Want to experience games, methods, and practices used to accelerate iterative delivery of working and tested products? Join us in this fully immersive and highly interactive session that simulates what we do at Red Hat Open Innovation Labs' 6-12 week Residencies.
This activity is great for providing more senior level executives what their teams experience when they look to adopt a new way of working that transforms their organization to be more open and more Agile.
This session uses a non-technical scenario and Lego to allow anybody to participate regardless of knowledge of software delivery process, technical coding, or history of playing with Lego.
This session is an immersive, fun and energetic activity to get hands-on experience of building products using lean, agile and continuous delivery practices simulating many of the tools and techniques we use in Red Hat Open Innovation Labs.
There are too many to list, so here are a few games/practices played:


Agile Faces
Social Contract
How Might We
Value Slicing
Fruit Salad Estimation
3 different Retrospective Types


Think full end-to-end projects from team forming games, goal setting and ideation through implementation all within this session, with a base from Lego4Scrum by Alexey Krivitsky.


Speakers
avatar for Matt Takane

Matt Takane

Agile Coach, Red Hat
An agile coach for over 6 years, Matt is passionate about adapting working environments for customers to innovate, while ensuring individuals and interactions are never sacrificed. As a part of the Red Hat Open Innovation Labs team, he leads customer delivery using open culture and... Read More →
avatar for Tim Beattie

Tim Beattie

Engagement Lead / Agile Coach, Red Hat Open Innovation Labs
Tim is a consultant and coach with a strong passion for Agile philosophy. He has worked in IT delivery for 18 years, starting his career on the PwC IT consulting graduate programme. In the early stages of his career he completed several client engagements delivering development, test... Read More →



Monday April 8, 2019 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
Washington