Tag: work is play

22 September 2016 / Agile & Scrum
Of Learning, Play and Owning Your System

I recently attended some events where talks on different subjects brought the audience to specific puzzle pieces of understanding on how complex adaptive systems perform best, especially taking into consideration the human factor. The first talk was at an event hosted by Lego®, where Pedro De Bruyckere did a talk about "How play changed the world (and vice versa)". The second talk was at the LeSS...

9 May 2014 / Agile & Scrum
The Private Investigator Fun Experience

For our next session we've invited one of our most popular speakers from last year: Rutger Slump. After his hugely successful workshop on empowering team purpose and motivation using applied improvisation techniques, he will return for The Private Investigator Fun Experience So what's this session all about? Rutger explained it like this: What we’ve noticed this past year in our innovation projects based on Design...

8 May 2014 / Agile & Scrum
New WisP session annouced: Word is Play

For our next session, join Corry Clybouw in a play on words: 3 rounds of the children’s game Memory. That is all it takes to help you master the art of writing easy-to-read emails, business proposals, announcements, workinstructions, procedures, … that bring your readers to action. This workshop is not only a challenge for your short term memory, but also triggers your long term memory. Most...

22 April 2014 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
New WisP session confirmed: Visual storytelling

Everyone’s got a story to tell or an idea to sell. But your audience has to understand and embrace it if you truly want to motivate them to act. In an era where we are bombed with information, information is cheap. The true question as such is "How do I get my message across?". During this workshop: You will be introduced in the world of...

9 September 2013 / Agile & Scrum
WisP: the best of our Re:Think – Work = Play? conference

When our conference was over, we received loads of feedback from the attendees. What struck us most, was how some people were dissapointed that they had missed certain sessions. Based on the feedback and session rating, we gathered the 4 sessions that had had the most impact, and an idea lodged itself in the Co-Learning brain. Now we are ready to reveal the program, date...

7 December 2012 / Less is More
Introducting our first Re:Think conference – Work=Play?

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all be kids again? If we could actually say that your work is just a game? That we could play all day long and get paid for it as well? Dream on. Work is serious business, and it will always remain so. But that does not mean that the concept of why a child plays should be neglected....