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Excellence, quality and continuous improvement are important, but the pursuit of perfection …not so much. Our drive to make things look or seem perfect is dangerously on the rise and has dire consequences for how we feel about ourselves, how we live and work and how we collaborate with others. Lynne Cazaly shares the latest thinking on how being more ‘ish’ – which means somewhat, more or less, to some extent – is a more flexible, helpful and effective way to think and work. We can go for iteration over perfection more often.

About the Speaker(s)

Lynne Cazaly helps individuals, teams and organisations transition to new ways of working.  Lynne is an international keynote speaker, author and a master facilitator. She is the author of 10 books including: ish: The Problem with our Pursuit for Perfection and the Life-Changing Practice of Good Enough Agile-ish: How to Create a Culture of Agility Leader as Facilitator: How to Engage, Inspire and Get Work Done Making Sense: A Handbook for the Future of Work  Create Change: How to Apply Innovation in an Era of Uncertainty Visual Mojo: How to Capture Thinking, Convey Information and Collaborate Using Visuals.        She works with executives, senior leaders and project teams on their major change and transformation projects. This includes working with agile practices, business agility improvements and digital transformations.  Her background is that of a communication specialist, having lectured in under-graduate and post-graduate programs in several of Australia's Universities and consulting to different industries, sectors and fields on engagement, communication and change.  Lynne will help you think better, make sense of information and handle the realities of information overload with a range of ingenious processes, tools and methods. She is an experienced board director and chair and an #avgeek, loving everything aviation, airports and air traffic control.