Abstract/Description

If you’ve always wanted a better way to conduct your ceremonies, workshops, and trainings, you are not alone. Across the industry teams are exhausted by powerpoint knowledge cramming, confused by feel-good fluff, and losing the message the moment they go back to their desks.

But there is a better way. From TED to World Cafe to Pecha Kucha, there is a revolution in the world of event-based learning. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to use the START model, an engagement framework extracted from the un-conference trend. You will see that patterns across all these alternative formats, and get real practice applying them to your own meetings and classes.

Come hear the story, apply the model to your own work, walk away with actionable materials to drive high-outcome events.

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Jesse Fewell is an author, coach, and trainer in the world of innovation, collaboration, and agility.The founder of VirtuallyAgile.com, he’s helped remote teams from Boston to Bangalore catapult to better results. He journaled his global experiences in the handbook “Can You Hear Me Now: Working with Global, Distributed, Virtual Teams”. As a project management bridge-builder, he founded the original PMI Agile Community of Practice, co-created the PMI-ACP® agile certification, and co-authored the Software Extension to the PMBOK Guide®.A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, he is the world’s only certified Project Management Professional® (PMP) to also hold the expert-level designations of Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST), and Certified Collaboration Instructor (CCI).