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Charles Darwin said: “In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” Collaboration and Improvisation seem to be crucial for people and organisations to survive. We need both skills in order to innovate, amaze our customers and grow.

About Jakub Jurkiewicz:

Currently Agile Consultant at Assurity and previously Agile Coach, Team Leader and Software Developer. Jakub worked in a startup where Agile and innovation were harnessed every day and in big corporation where people were afraid to mention their ideas. He learned that only through collaboration, openness and trust one can build a successful environment for change, grow and innovation.

Charles Darwin said: “In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” Collaboration and Improvisation seem to be crucial for people and organisations to survive. We need both skills in order to innovate, amaze our customers and grow.

About Jakub Jurkiewicz:

Currently Agile Consultant at Assurity and previously Agile Coach, Team Leader and Software Developer. Jakub worked in a startup where Agile and innovation were harnessed every day and in big corporation where people were afraid to mention their ideas. He learned that only through collaboration, openness and trust one can build a successful environment for change, grow and innovation.

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  1. 1. Improv-e your innovation Jakub Jurkiewicz Assurity - Agile Consultant
  2. 2. WHAT IS IMPROV? IMPROV-E YOUR INNOVATION Jakub Jurkiewicz Assurity
  3. 3. AGENDA
  4. 4. AGENDA 10 mins - Introduction
  5. 5. AGENDA 10 mins - Introduction 25 mins - Experience & exploration
  6. 6. AGENDA 10 mins - Introduction 25 mins - Experience & exploration 5 mins - Summary
  7. 7. TO MAKE MOST OF THIS SESSION WE NEED TO Be respectful Not judge Be open Help each other It’s ok be stuck Not plan ahead Have fun
  8. 8. WHAT IS IMPROV?
  9. 9. WHAT IS IMPROV? A form of  theatre, often  comedy, in which most or all of what is performed is unplanned or unscripted: created spontaneously by the performers.
  10. 10. WE 
 IMPROVISE 
 ALL DAY
 EVERYDAY
  11. 11. VALUES
  12. 12. FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT
  13. 13. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX EMPATHY
  14. 14. STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETY
  15. 15. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT SAFETY STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY EMPATHY
  16. 16. WARMUP
  17. 17. EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 1
  18. 18. •Individually
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 1
  19. 19. •Individually •Walk around the room, point at thing and name them, e.g. “It's a chair”, “It’s a shoe”…
 EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 1
  20. 20. •Individually •Walk around the room, point at thing and name them, e.g. “It's a chair”, “It’s a shoe”… •SAY IT! EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 1
  21. 21. EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 2
  22. 22. •Individually
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 2
  23. 23. •Individually •Walk around the room, point at thing and say what they are NOT, e.g. “It's not an airplane”, “It’s not a pen”…
 EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 2
  24. 24. •Individually •Walk around the room, point at thing and say what they are NOT, e.g. “It's not an airplane”, “It’s not a pen”… •SAY IT! EXERCISE:
 NAME THINGS AROUND YOU PART 2
  25. 25. FORM A TEAM
  26. 26. •Raise your hand
 
 
 
 
 
 FORM A TEAM
  27. 27. •Raise your hand •Find 5 people around you •As soon as you have found your team put your hand down
 
 
 FORM A TEAM
  28. 28. •Raise your hand •Find 5 people around you •As soon as you have found your team put your hand down •Everyone says their NAME and describe how the exercise made them FEEL in ONE word. •Remember the names - you gonna need them! FORM A TEAM
  29. 29. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1
  30. 30. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1 •We need a starter
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  31. 31. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1 •We need a starter •The starter is holding an imaginary Red Ball, it’s a size of a rugby ball
 
 
 
 
 

  32. 32. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1 •We need a starter •The startes is holding an imaginary Red Ball, it’s a size of a rugby ball •The goal is to throw the ball to another person as soon as possible - it’s really HOT!
 
 
 

  33. 33. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1 •We need a starter •The startes is holding an imaginary Red Ball, it’s a size of a rugby ball •The goal is to throw the ball to another person as soon as possible - it’s really HOT! •To throw the ball you need to call the name of the person your throwing to and say “RED BALL”
 

  34. 34. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1 •We need a starter •The startes is holding an imaginary Red Ball, it’s a size of a rugby ball •The goal is to throw the ball to another person as soon as possible - it’s really HOT! •To throw the ball you need to call the name of the person your throwing to and say “RED BALL” •THROW THE BALL

  35. 35. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 1 •We need a starter •The startes is holding an imaginary Red Ball, it’s a size of a rugby ball •The goal is to throw the ball to another person as soon as possible - it’s really HOT! •To throw the ball you need to call the name of the person your throwing to and say “RED BALL” •THROW THE BALL •If the ball gets lost, anyone can pick it up and throw
  36. 36. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 2
  37. 37. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 2 •Same rules apply as in Part 1.
 
 
 
 

  38. 38. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 2 •Same rules apply as in Part 1. •At any point of time the starter can introduce a HOT YELLOW ball, size of a beach ball
 

  39. 39. EXERCISE:
 HOT RED BALL, PART 2 •Same rules apply as in Part 1. •At any point of time the starter can introduce a HOT YELLOW ball, size of a beach ball •As a stretch, the starter can introduce a VERY HOT GREEN ball, size of a tennis ball
  40. 40. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY
  41. 41. SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT STATUS SPONTANEITY
  42. 42. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes
 
 
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  43. 43. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes •As a team count from 1 to 10
 
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  44. 44. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes •As a team count from 1 to 10 •No one can go twice in a row
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  45. 45. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes •As a team count from 1 to 10 •No one can go twice in a row •Don’t form any patterns
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  46. 46. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes •As a team count from 1 to 10 •No one can go twice in a row •Don’t form any patterns •If two people speak at the same time, we failed
 
 EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  47. 47. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes •As a team count from 1 to 10 •No one can go twice in a row •Don’t form any patterns •If two people speak at the same time, we failed •When we fail we all say “Awww” and start from 1
 EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  48. 48. •Form a circle, shoulder to shoulder, CLOSED eyes •As a team count from 1 to 10 •No one can go twice in a row •Don’t form any patterns •If two people speak at the same time, we failed •When we fail we all say “Awww” and start from 1 •No starter - anyone can start EXERCISE:
 COUNTING TO 10
  49. 49. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY
  50. 50. SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION FOCUS COMMITMENT SPONTANEITY STATUS
  51. 51. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 1
  52. 52. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 1 •We need a starter
 
 
 
 
 
 

  53. 53. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 1 •We need a starter •Stand in a circle
 
 
 
 
 

  54. 54. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 1 •We need a starter •Stand in a circle •Starter goes to the center and says to a particular person: “I need X, Y and Z” and takes the spot of that person
 
 

  55. 55. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 1 •We need a starter •Stand in a circle •Starter goes to the center and says to a particular person: “I need X, Y and Z” and takes the spot of that person •Try to keep these 3 things somehow related
 

  56. 56. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 2
  57. 57. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 2 •We need TWO starters
 
 

  58. 58. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 2 •We need TWO starters •We will now have 2 people asking for things!
 

  59. 59. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 2 •We need TWO starters •We will now have 2 people asking for things! •Let’s DOUBLE the speed!

  60. 60. EXERCISE:
 I NEED 3 THINGS, PART 2 •We need TWO starters •We will now have 2 people asking for things! •Let’s DOUBLE the speed! •Remove your FILTERS
  61. 61. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY
  62. 62. CREATIVITY COLLABORATION FOCUS OPENNESS SPONTANEITY COURAGE
  63. 63. EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  64. 64. •In PAIRS this time
 
 
 
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  65. 65. •In PAIRS this time •Person A holds a hand in front of the other person’s face
 
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  66. 66. •In PAIRS this time •Person A holds a hand in front of the other person’s face •Person B is HYPNOTISED and needs to FOLLOW the hand
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  67. 67. •In PAIRS this time •Person A holds a hand in front of the other person’s face •Person B is HYPNOTISED and needs to FOLLOW the hand •The WHOLE ROOM is your scene!
 
 EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  68. 68. •In PAIRS this time •Person A holds a hand in front of the other person’s face •Person B is HYPNOTISED and needs to FOLLOW the hand •The WHOLE ROOM is your scene! •On my sign we change the roles
 EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  69. 69. •In PAIRS this time •Person A holds a hand in front of the other person’s face •Person B is HYPNOTISED and needs to FOLLOW the hand •The WHOLE ROOM is your scene! •On my sign we change the roles •Come back to your groups EXERCISE:
 COLUMBIAN HYPNOSIS
  70. 70. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY
  71. 71. COLLABORATION FOCUS COURAGE RESPECT STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY
  72. 72. EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 1
  73. 73. •In PAIRS but find a different person
 
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 1
  74. 74. •In PAIRS this time, but find a different person •Your going to plan a PARTY, one idea at a time from each person
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 1
  75. 75. •In PAIRS this time, but find a different person •Your going to plan a PARTY, one idea at a time from each person •Each response needs to start with a very strong
 NO, BUT…
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 1
  76. 76. EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 2
  77. 77. •Stay in your pairs
 
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 2
  78. 78. •Stay in your pairs •You still try to plan a party
 
 
 
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 2
  79. 79. •Stay in your pairs •You still try to plan a party •Each response needs to start with a very strong
 YES, AND…
 
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 2
  80. 80. •What was the difference?
 
 EXERCISE:
 YES AND, PART 2
  81. 81. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY
  82. 82. CREATIVITY COLLABORATION FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING SPONTANEITY EMPATHY OUT OF THE BOX SAFETY
  83. 83. HOW CAN IT HELP ME?
  84. 84. CREATIVITY SAFE TO FAIL COLLABORATION OUT OF THE BOX FOCUS COURAGE OPENNESS COMMITMENT RESPECT STORYTELLING STATUS SENSITIVITY SPONTANEITY SAFETYEMPATHY TRUST
  85. 85. HOW CAN IT HELP YOU?
  86. 86. QUESTIONS? Jakub Jurkiewicz jjurkiewicz linkedin.com/in/jakubjurkiewicz/
  87. 87. Thanks for listening

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