ScrutinyMeetup #15: Work planning for the win 🥇
2.00-4.00, Thursday 25th March
This topic came top of the poll when we asked participants at the February meetup. And who doesn’t love a good scrutiny work plan?
We’ll (probably) be running this meetup as a Triz – also known as the ‘anti-problem technique’, it follows the idea that sometimes identifying ways to solve the opposite issue to the current one makes it easier to find a new solution. We’ll explain it all on the day when we promise it will make sense. Well, it worked before when we did it, and we had a lot of fun, so we are confident! Oh, and we will be using Google Jamboard again so do check that out if you haven’t seen it before. (If Jamboard doesn’t work for you, it’s still possible to join in so don’t worry)
And there will be nine minute networking of course. We invite you to spend nine minutes in the company of two random scrutineers in two rounds. We suggest a couple of conversation topics but it’s up to you really.
Some practical points
Just so you know, we will close bookings the day before and then send out joining details by the night before to everyone signed up. Watch your spam folder!
In the mean time, as we will be using Zoom, you might want to sign up / install the app if you can (if you haven’t already) although you can still access through a browser. Details about Zoom here: https://zoom.us
By the way, there are 72 spaces this time.
Hope to se you there!
Dave Mckenna @DrDaveMckenna
Matt Clack @M_ttclack