Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone here has experience designing workshops or a design sprint for identifying the most practical AI solution for a client. I'm trying to come up with a good structure for an engaging, one-day workshop – where the client would come in as a team and work together to find pain-points, prioritise and come out with a roadmap to help them implement the solution that would be built by an external AI / ML company. The clients are usually not very technical so I'm thinking there would likely need to be some form of inspiration or educational aspect near the start, in order to help guide their ideas in a realistic direction. Any thoughts on this would be much appreciated !
@David Richardson hey, here’s Nathy . After chatting with Joerg on the podcast, I also made the ai certification with 33a. And I have an ai experience workshop in 2 weeks with a leaderboard in Bologna. Their big question is « how to start with ai in our business ( packaging machine industry). Before implementing and working with data, it is all about understanding what ai can bring in the organisation, how it can optimize the process automation, any the product and services. The sprint helps to identifying to create a heat map with ai hotspots, and then make well thought concepts before even starting with data collection. This is a roadmap to create solutions to then go to tech specialist .
I've recently embarked on my freelancing journey as an innovation facilitator, and I'm in search of a peer learner. I'm looking for someone with whom I can exchange insights, support each other throughout the process, and share our experiences. I firmly believe that connecting with fellow with the same goals can greatly enhance our performance. If you're interested, please leave a comment, and I'll get in touch with you
🙌 Hi 5 facilitators folks, because September usually means new challenges, the Miro Community asked us to organise a track dedicated to the remote team management. We’re super pleased, with my partner Nina Pozderec, to invite you to this community event where you’ll discover how Miro empowers teams to break silos and adopt new ways of working in a digital workspace. To make this session perfect, it will be powered by Butter and designed with the R Sprint workshop system 🔥 So join us with the registration link bellow : https://www.linkedin.com/events/remote3-1-craftingtomorrow-sdig7103304355235135488/
Hi everyone I hope you’re doing great 😊 I host a podcast about freelancers called Freelance and You : all my guests are freelancers or independent workers. The podcast is usually in French but the last episode is in English 😅 That was my first time hosting it in English, your feedback is welcome 🤗 (Be indulgent) It's 100% natural because there's no editing 😉 https://youtu.be/hbdvRvpHZao
Hey Facilitators! 👋 We’ve got something super exciting lined up for you! We’re hosting a live Q&A session with the fantastic @Nathy Ravez, who is not only a workshop facilitator and collaboration coach, but also a podcast host! Nathy’s life took a 180-degree turn when she chose to dive into the world of facilitation. She’s going to share her roller-coaster journey with us, and trust us, it’s a story you don’t want to miss! 👉 So, here’s the plan: 📅 When? Wednesday, May 24th at 12pm CEST. 🗺️ Where? LIVE on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85414950665 This is a golden opportunity to glean insights, ask questions, and see how you can chart a similar course. Will I see you there?
@Benedict Odjobo If you knew how much headache I had at the beginning because of doing a webside, finding the right angle to take...etc...etc..but I finally understand, that sometimes you just have to start and see where it goes, and the time comes when the puzzle takes form and you finally find out in which direction it goes. So be kind to yourself, try things out, and everything will make finally sense :) Thank you so much for your lovely feedback Benedict.
I will be in Malaysia (Penang/ Kuala Lumpur) from 02 to 15 June. I am looking for : 1️⃣ An interesting guest for a podcast: this could be a facilitator, a start-up founder, etc. - a facilitator - a start-up founder for digital nomad services or team retreats - an event agency manager for corporate services (trainings, workshops, bootcamp) - a community manager (workshopper) 2️⃣ A cool co-living or co-working space 3️⃣ Anyone who wants to meet: for a coffee, a sightseeing tour, a cocktail party or a nice lunch 4️⃣ An event: Design Thinking, Innovation, AI 5️⃣ Any comments or experiences you would like to share with me. Merci 🇫🇷 Thanks 🌎 khop khun 🇹🇭 Terima sangat banyak 🇸🇬 Terima kasih🇮🇩
Hi All, 👋 I would like to ask how you track the value of your workshops. I'm aware that we can use some tools to measure insights from participant feedback. However, I'm curious if there are other methods to gauge the success of a workshop in terms of the value it brings aside from relying solely on participant feedback. What are the most useful from your perspective? Is it more or less valuable than talking with participants? Thank you!
Hi Ivan, I think you should maybe think about start your measurement even before the workshop Beginn, and then remeasure after and get a Real mezsurement Becker/ After that you can show the Managers . I send the participants a questionnaire on the topics that will be adresses in the Workshop. Exemple: How well do you know your company's strategy (unclear, clear, very clear and lived) How would you rate the collaboration of your team between 0 and 10 And then give the same questionnaire again at the end of the workshop, asking the participants to re-evaluate. I then put visalize the measurement and highlight the gap that has been reached through the workshop.
I can't believe that "There is a Workshop for That" is this list and I just want to share. Why I want to share: - just because it all started with this WM community and with me bringing a mic, to record some of the workshops at the AJ&Smart retreat last year. - with suddenly the possibility for me to get an interview at this retreat with @Jonathan Courtney (yes I was like a groupie) , that I was following since 2018, listening to the podcast Jake & Jon each time I was doing my sport, they made me laugh, they made me curious (This podcast is also in the list- OMG 🤩) - and just because I JUST STARTED before I was ready !!! And this is here my message, once you make the step to start something, even if you are READY, and you stay constant (Linkedin, Workshops, Podcast, Career...whatever), you learn, you adjust, you see what works, what's not working and you adjust. While I am not the best to write articles on Substack and I admire a lot of you with that, I love to meet and chat with interesting, inspiring facilitators, Authors and corporates managers. I learn so much by doing that and I get so much connections through that. So find the thing you love to do and it will pay off. And when you struggles with doubts or Impostor Syndrome always look back every 2-3 months everything you've done or learned...THIS IS A LOT. I am super honored to be in this list with amazing other podcaster, and damn I am in a list with Jake and Jon !!! SO START and don't overthink everything. Here is the TOP 21 PODCAST https://www.butter.us/blog/21-podcast-picks-to-help-unleash-your-facilitation-superpowers