Friday 17 September 2021 course: Places Available
Our Lightning Decision Lab live virtual training will show you how to replace the messiness of your typical meeting with a structured, time-boxed framework for creative problem solving and objctive decision making.
Who is our Lightning Decision Lab Training For?
- Teams and team leaders
- Product owners and managers
- Agile coaches and facilitators
- Management and Business consultants
- Learn the focused, repeatable Lightning Decision Lab process to:
- Replace open-ended debates and meetings with a time-boxed method, proven to generate effective decisions.
- Quickly identify and prioritise challenges affecting your team or product.
- Spark and prioritise creative solutions.
- Answer important questions before commiting to a larger initiative.
- Unstick team bottlenecks, moving from discussion to action.
- Practice the standard Lightning Decision Lab process.
- Learn alternative techniques to the standard and when they might be useful.
- Certificate of completion.
Format and Duration
- Four hours of live virtual training divided into three/four consecutive sessions.
- Followup lean coffee session
- Five to twelve participants.
- Zoom video call platform.
- Mural online interactive platform.
- Two facilitators.
- Delivered in English, (speak to us about a French version).
- Icebreaker session.
- Follow a standard Lightning Decision Lab.
- Techniques to identify and prioritise challenges.
- Techniques to spark creative solutions.
- Techniques to evaluate and choose ideas.
- Techniques to create action steps and commit to delivery.
- Course notes.
- Ideation tools.
- Certificate of Completion.
With a maximum of twelve attendees and two facilitators, you'll benefit from more individual instruction and plenty of opportunity to ask questions. Our facilitators have “Web Events That Connect” training from Rees McCann. It’s some of the best teaching available to facilitate engaging, productive live online workshops.
Each participant will need:
- Computer or laptop with camera, microphone and an up to date web browser.
- Internet connection capable of holding video calls.
- Paper and marker or pencil.