In life, we are quite often held back by our limiting beliefs. This can also be true in work. The modern construct of work often tells us that in order to change we must first spend long periods of time analysing the problems before making a comprehensive plan and seek approval to take any action. This hierarchy tells us that plans should be costed and clearly dictate what will happen, when and by who. We treat change as an industry when in fact change is the most natural human experience that we are perfectly able to deliver without bureaucracy.
Join Matt Barnaby for his workshop’ it’s better to act your way into a new way of thinking rather than think your way into new I am acting’. Having started his career in children’s social care, for the last 10 years he has been helping government services to improve the work they do through the use of iterative ‘live service’ prototypes.
Come along to hear stories on how Matt has helped services dramatically improve in short time frames is in areas such as mental health and homelessness. His session will include audience participation and games so come prepared to join in!