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SkillsCast

Cognitive Cynefin with Liz Keogh

20th July 2017 in London at CodeNode

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Join Liz to discover how our language and perceptions can hold us back, and how changing the things we say and the way we look at the world might help us become more resilient, happy and innovative.

For millennia, human beings have survived by learning, then applying our learning to different contexts. You're so good at it that you've driven to find those patterns, even when they don’t exist. Your desire for the predictable suffuses everything we do; your beliefs, our behaviour and even your identity. From cognitive bias to the metaphors that underlie our language, you create constructs of words and imagination that keep you from innovating… and yet, they’re the same constructs that help you move forward in uncertainty. Without them, you’d be unable to make decisions at all!

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Cognitive Cynefin with Liz Keogh

Elizabeth Keogh

Liz Keogh is a Lean and Agile consultant based in London. She is a well-known blogger and international speaker, a core member of the BDD community and a contributor to a number of open-source projects including JBehave. She specializes in helping people use examples and stories to communicate, build, test and deliver value, particularly when faced with high risk and uncertainty. Liz's work covers topics as diverse as story-writing, haiku poetry, Cynefin and complexity thinking, effective personal feedback and OO development, and she has a particular love of people, language, and choices. She has a strong technical background with over 20 years’ experience in delivering value and coaching others to deliver, from small start-ups to global enterprises. Most of her work now focuses on Lean, Agile and organizational transformations, and the use of transparency, positive language, well-formed outcomes and safe-to-fail experiments in making change innovative, easy and fun.

SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

Join Liz to discover how our language and perceptions can hold us back, and how changing the things we say and the way we look at the world might help us become more resilient, happy and innovative.

For millennia, human beings have survived by learning, then applying our learning to different contexts. You're so good at it that you've driven to find those patterns, even when they don’t exist. Your desire for the predictable suffuses everything we do; your beliefs, our behaviour and even your identity. From cognitive bias to the metaphors that underlie our language, you create constructs of words and imagination that keep you from innovating… and yet, they’re the same constructs that help you move forward in uncertainty. Without them, you’d be unable to make decisions at all!

Are you interested in meeting the the international F# community? Grab your tickets now!

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Cognitive Cynefin with Liz Keogh

Elizabeth Keogh

Liz Keogh is a Lean and Agile consultant based in London. She is a well-known blogger and international speaker, a core member of the BDD community and a contributor to a number of open-source projects including JBehave. She specializes in helping people use examples and stories to communicate, build, test and deliver value, particularly when faced with high risk and uncertainty. Liz's work covers topics as diverse as story-writing, haiku poetry, Cynefin and complexity thinking, effective personal feedback and OO development, and she has a particular love of people, language, and choices. She has a strong technical background with over 20 years’ experience in delivering value and coaching others to deliver, from small start-ups to global enterprises. Most of her work now focuses on Lean, Agile and organizational transformations, and the use of transparency, positive language, well-formed outcomes and safe-to-fail experiments in making change innovative, easy and fun.