Posts Tagged ‘team’

The mechanics of how our brains shape our memory is one of my main topics while scanning media. As most management consultants, I too fall into habits. and for now, it’s a lot about memory.
Just the other day I learned that a memory that’s here to stay takes about a week to be established. Searching for patterns of learning, I added Scrum to this. Or rather, Agile Project Management. With its repetitive manner and team-shaping effects, it’s inevitable it’s gonna kickstart amygdala, hence enforcing memory imprints. Agile/normally calls for 30-day “sprints” with deliverables able for test in some way. Also part of the winning concept are the daily short (5-15 minutes) of feedback and short-term planning.

I have to look more into these neurological-agile openings!

What do YOU think?

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Updated Nov 2:

I met with some really-into-gaming guys yesterday. And they confirm the text below: “You are dependant on soo much in the new releases of games” and when asked for an example: “…well you can’t drive and control a tank on your own”. Not much into playing computer games I still love the team focus!



Right now I find two totally different reactions to my “LUCK Concept”. The concept comprises Lean Production, Social Media, Mobility, Coaching and Cognition. The reaction from most is “yeah, finally – let’s go!” while the other is “tooo soft, people are not that team oriented as you claim”.

Well, most game developers are now releasing new versions of their Battlefield and similar games. Most of them include new choices of team work. I rest my case ūüėČ

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