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One of the biggest inhibitors to personal agility is having too much work in progress and no system to help visualize and manage your work. This ultimately inhibits you from entering what Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi calls flow — a happy state of concentration or complete absorption with the activity at hand. In this talk, Ray Arell examines the concepts around flow and Kanban and how these can be applied to journaling. He also explores examples of how to set up your journal with this method and how to use this system to manage your day more effectively to promote flow.

About the Speaker(s)

Ray Arell is the Director of Agile Transformation at Dell Computer, and host of the Agile Coaching Network (ACN) Podcast. He is a collaborative and inclusive leader and coach who loves to inspire and motivate others to achieve their full potential. Ray has 30 years of experience building and leading outstanding multinational teams in Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, and startups. He’s also recognized as a leading expert in large-scale Agile adoptions, engineering practices, Lean, and complex adaptive systems, and has delivered over 20 keynotes and talks sharing his knowledge across the globe.