Please register for BCPA Monthly Meeting by June 10, 2020 1:30 PM CDT. Registered members and guests will receive an email before the start of the meeting containing information about joining the webinar.
Lessons Learned - We have all been there and done that. The problems? Lack of participation, boring sessions, rarely implemented improvements, and some great ideas are just sitting on a shelf collecting dust. Ugh. What a waste of time. How can we ensure that we stop wasting people's time and prevent past's mistakes for a brighter future? There are powerful lessons to be learned, but we need to change the approach to get more out of our retrospective and lessons learned.
We need to start thinking, learning, and working differently when it comes to retrospectives. Retrospectives are not just for agile. We will define retrospectives and how they are different from lessons learned in this dynamic and interactive session. Join Paul to learn what it takes to plan, prioritize, and deliver actionable outcomes that work in multiple environments, all while learning some cool techniques to make it happen. It is time for a retrospective that will help us look back to run forward!
Here's What We Cover:
- Defining Lessons Learned and Retrospectives
- Planning the Retrospective
- Conducting and Facilitating a Retrospective
- Tools for Virtual Retrospectives
- Retrospective Techniques
Paul is one of the Founders & CFO at The Uncommon League. Paul is also the full-time instructor for Project Management, Agile, and Strategic Enterprise Analysis.
Paul is the author of “Fail Fast Fail Safe - Harnessing Failure to Succeed” and “The Uncommon Book of Analysis Techniques” books. Paul has presented at events all over North America including BA World, Project Summit, Local IIBA Chapter Meetings and other events. With over 25 years of experience in manufacturing, insurance, healthcare, education, and government sectors in the roles of CFO, Portfolio Manager, Program Manager, Project Manager, Educator, Editor, Business Analyst and Green Belt Process Improvement.
Paul was president and a member of the award-winning leadership team for the IIBA MSP Chapter. Paul has helped many companies think, learn, and work differently.