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What's The Buzz About... Innovation Workshops?! - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephen Bates
31:14
Navy guy sounds like he’s below surface on a submarine
khennessy
31:34
Bit of an echo effect on the mic, yeah
khennessy
31:58
You can hang a bath towel behind you to dampen that effect for anyone else worried about having it happen to them
khennessy
32:05
I know that sounds weird, but its effective
Lorna Tedder
32:39
we are recording,yes!
Deb Z
33:39
*PSA: Daniel did a fantastic job leading a DIN SNCO Panel this past weekend!
ALAUGHLIN
34:16
Awesome Daniel! Getting out there
Christina
34:22
Let's hear your facilitation questions! Let them rip.
ALAUGHLIN
35:49
What are some of the biggest challenges?
ALAUGHLIN
36:07
Thank you!
Doug S.
36:21
How do you “sell” or convince teams that a workshop can be effective and valuable?
KBURGAN
37:27
Much better!
Dan
38:53
How did you all find each other to be part of this panel together?
Davis Becker
39:43
and therefore boosts your credibility as John was saying - great advice, thank you!
ALAUGHLIN
40:19
How often do you find requestors can accurately articulate their challenge? If not, how do you work with them to identify the right problem/challenge to focus on?
John Hawley
40:50
(Before we conclude - we should turn our screens on for a group picture!!)
Christina
40:58
In a world where we are more reactive than proactive how might you avoid having to tackle the big issue right out the gate? What advice can you give us on how to use these types of sessions to move us into a more proactive mindset?
John
42:03
A list to play with :)How do you make sure you're teaching the right audience? Sometimes a middle-man sets up the course for the actual students and misunderstands the need.Do you customize your content and/or delivery for the customer? How and what do you change?How do you measure the impact of your workshop? Do you have KPI's that you can share?What happens when concepts are taught and misinterpreted/put into action incorrectly?Do you have a story with "difficult" attendees in a workshop? How did you handle the situation?
Karen
43:47
Piling on John's question: is there a general formula that you use? how do you plan a workshop?
Lorna Tedder
43:49
right there with ya, Daniel!
LaughlinA
43:51
YES to Daniel. Agree. It's exhausting
jess rees
46:08
Such a good point Daniel. I think most of my team would be considered introverted. In order to get them comfortable with the “what if” they need to feel safe to fail quickly and learn from it. So we can be successful in the problem solving part.
John
47:02
Shared pain here Daniel, running a good workshop alone is extremely exhausting
Lorna Tedder
47:40
INFJ's unite!
Dan
48:48
Truth! And it's important for us extroverts to recognize that what energizes us can be draining for our introverted friends & partners!
Dan
49:34
(I never knew Jen was an introvert!)
John
52:46
I find it helpful to open up the workshop with notestorming the pains/problems of the current way of doing things. If they don't admit there is a problem then I don't expect them to change behaviors when they leave. It also gives me some topics to focus on and make sure big issues are addressed
jess rees
53:34
Recently attended a human centered design at the AF CyberWorx at the AF Academy and I had no idea what my organization was missing! We have 4000 AF software engineers as an enterprise and we don’t hire UX/UI engineers we don’t have the right PD for them. So we have to get creative and bring it to the enterprise by collaborations and facilitations like this.
Doug S.
53:51
What about after the workshop, how do you define next steps that are actionable? Is it collective with the participants, who owns what’s next
LaughlinA
53:53
Why do you think there's more reception and demand for workshops like this?
LaughlinA
54:44
Maybe interest is better vs. demand for that Q
Hannah
55:56
If you're not going in with a joint understanding of what the problem is, how much time do you give to this?
Davis Becker
56:18
how do you deal with the gap between the content and the current infrastructure/culture - especially when the audience is more frontline?
Hannah
57:19
How do you make sure you have the right mix of people in the room, so that the workshop is useful / leads to action
Brandon Gould
57:32
Great insights from the panel! Would be great to hear more specific methods/techniques that you use to deal with the issues you're surfacing
Dan
58:58
Wow - good move tho!
jff
59:59
I have a question for the panel
Davis Becker
01:00:52
has anyone ever actually walked out?! lol
Christina
01:01:27
Davis--Yes I have seen this happen
Davis Becker
01:01:40
Respect
jess rees
01:05:24
Pair up and draw each others most embarrassing moment and present. Super fun!
Rachel Gregorio
01:05:28
i love that idea, john!
Michael Harbin
01:05:57
yeah I like that idea from John
Doug S.
01:08:59
Seems like maybe some of these could be done remotely?
Deb Z
01:09:25
I'm going to drop off and help set up the Google event
John Hawley
01:09:33
They absolutely can - I have been doing that with people a bunch!
John Hawley
01:09:44
(Remotely)
Michael Harbin
01:10:09
Doug, that brings up a good point. Can the panel talk about the unique challenges of running a remote session?
John
01:10:24
I have to jump into a different meeting - thank you panel for the great insights! I'd love to hear more and look forward to the recording
Hannah
01:12:10
couldn't hear that Jen
Hannah
01:12:16
it cut out
jff
01:12:31
this morning’s Untold session topics included failure and creativity…can you give an example of something creative you tried that failed and how you recovered?
Hannah
01:12:49
got it :)
Michael Harbin
01:12:56
Great, thanks!
jess rees
01:13:00
Love that Jen! The toolkit is awesome and I think sharing it more is something I need to do!
LaughlinA
01:13:06
Thanks this was awesome! You guys rock.
Rachel Gregorio
01:13:22
inspiring panel, thank you!
KBURGAN
01:13:57
Thanks so much!
jess rees
01:13:59
Thank you so much!!
LaughlinA
01:14:06
start a slack channel
Karen
01:14:13
Thank you!!
Hannah
01:14:19
Thanks guys
Christina
01:14:22
Thank you all for your questions and being here. Check back into the MITRE Innovation Toolkit.
Doug S.
01:14:28
Thank you!
Hannah
01:14:39
Do a blog answering them
Christina
01:14:49
Hannah, great idea!
LaughlinA
01:15:50
awesome! DEF Slack will check it out
Bobby Hanvey
01:16:13
Thanks for the opportunity everyone!
Michael Harbin
01:16:15
Yes! great plug Daniel.
Michael
01:16:35
Thank you! This was great
Daniel Hulter
01:16:35
Thanks so much everybody!
Davis Becker
01:16:36
Amazing - thanks so much!
LaughlinA
01:16:38
bye!
Christina
01:16:43
Have a great day!!
jess rees
01:16:44
You guys are great, thank you! Bye