Your meeting system is in need of repair if it includes any of the following 6 warning signs: 1. Meetings are scheduled just because. 2. Recurring Monday meetings are on the calendar. 3. You get an invite. You get an invite. Everyone gets an invite. 4. Most meetings are all talk, no action. 5. You communicate in one style. 6. There’s no collection of feedback.
Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson speaks with Ben Aston, Founder of Black & White Zebra, improving meetings through connection, bringing back lost momentum, unlocking opportunities we may not yet see ourselves, and more.
Control the Room Summit: J. Schuh, Design Strategist at Sabre and Design Thinking facilitator, spoke about the importance of sharing stories through “story stacks”—a collection of stories that facilitators can call upon to tell at a moment’s notice to communicate a lesson learned or an idea they are presenting.
Control the Room Summit 2020: Lee Duncan, Enterprise Design Sprint Leader at IBM, and Dan Benedict, Digital Product Designer at IBM present "Cyber-Physical Design Sprints within the Enterprise." They detailed the six steps of the cyber-physical system (anything that can sense, infer, and act, such as self-driving cars and changing thermostats) and how to navigate the innovation process.
Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson speaks with Hailey Temple, Learning Experience Lead at MURAL, about injecting humanity into our meetings, widening the boundaries of your understanding, and creating spaces for all to flourish.
The 7 P’s of Beyond the Prototype: Purpose, People, Process, Prep, Practical Concerns, Pitfalls, Product
7 practices to go beyond the prototype and launch your next big idea.
Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson speaks with Keith McCandless, Co-creator of Liberating Structures, about goat rodeos, grief walking, and prototyping responses to unsafe behaviors. Listen in to find out what’s giving Keith hope right now.