In 3 1/2 hours you will learn the basics of Net-Mapping, how it works, where and how we have used it to what effect and, most excitingly, get to draw your own Net-Map. Because you know very little about swimming until you jump in the water.
On the 8th of June I will offer one morning and one afternoon session. All this is part of the GLASScon (The Govt Lean-Agile Software and Systems Conference) and if you are interested in learning all about Agile in the government context, you are invited to attend the whole conference. If, however, you are more interested in feeding kids in Ghana, improving the networking strategies for your business or resolving family conflicts… in short, if you do anything where people, their connections, goals and influence matter and maybe don’t even know what Agile is, you are just as welcome as this workshop is open to anyone who signs up. And in the past I facilitated workshops with very mixed participants and everyone found it enriching.
Find more information and sign up here.
And, if you are indeed interested in learning how Net-Mapping can help you in introducing Agile Software programming or any major organizational change in your organization, this recent interview I gave at InfoQ should be an interesting read for you.
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