by Project Cooks | Jan 31, 2023 | Events, News, Past Events
Join Linda M Cook as she shares her journey to understanding the value of seeing people as individuals and leveraging their unique skills and gifts. In this episode of the Uncommon Leadership interview series, Linda shares her experience as a manager and how she empowered her team to achieve their goals. Learn about Linda’s philosophy of Agile leadership and how she helps reduce unnecessary suffering in the workplace. Don’t miss this insightful conversation with Linda! Click now to watch the video on the host’s website.
by Project Cooks | Dec 9, 2022 | Events, News, Past Events
Join me on November 2, where I’ll be the guest presenter for The Coin Game, a modified version of the Agile Penny Game, which highlights value delivery and assessing value. This game delivers lessons about Lean concepts such as batch size, value delivery, making improvements, changing team members, self-management, and more.
by Project Cooks | Oct 14, 2022 | Events, News
The 4th annual unconference of Women In Agile Open is designed by women, for women. Past attendees have said “I left feeling pampered” and “I almost don’t want to go home!”
by Project Cooks | Jan 17, 2019 | Events, NewsDate: May 6th – 10th, 2019Location: Berkshires in Western Massachusetts Our goals for the week are to: Grow our retrospective facilitation skills by sharing our experience and knowledge. Share observations of how retrospectives have helped teams and...
by Project Cooks | Jan 17, 2019 | Events, News
The Conference is considered the premier Agile event of the year, and provides a week-long opportunity to engage in wide-open interaction, collaboration and sharing of ideas with peers and colleagues within the global Agile community.
by Project Cooks | Mar 27, 2017 | Events
Lego Introductions are a fun way to get to know one another. Everyone is asked to build a structure or form using Lego’s that represents him or her in some way. Once the structures are complete then each person takes a turn showing the others their creation while explaining what the structure represents about them.