Visuel Planning Workshop
Shown here is an example of a hardware and software group, who work together to create a visual schedule. Prior to this, the group estimated the deliverables in the project. The tasks that will result in deliverables are then placed on the poster.
By discussing the content and dependencies, a shared understanding of the project is achieved, and the participants can then position their tasks on the poster and thus create an efficient schedule.
Later the team used SCRUM (Agile project approach) to plan and execute sprints of 3-4 weeks based on the results of estimation of the overall work packages from the successive estimations.
This is much more efficient compared to only the project manager making the plan and who uses for example, MS Project.
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Example of a Mind Map
Shown here is an example of a mind map, which illustrates the thinking about an internal training setup. Mind maps encourages the participants to think holistically rather than in the following sequential steps: 1) Introduction, 2) Objective, 3) Solutions, 4) Processes, etc.
It shows that the brain does not think sequentially but more contextually, and leaps from one area to another area.
By allowing the participants to stand up, it results in much more input for the subject, since the body unconsciously perceives sitting down as a position for relaxing/falling asleep!
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