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Fearless Change Campfire 2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Crispin
01:11:34
I do have a warm drink but I'd love to have some marshmalows...
Jon Turner
01:12:14
In case anyone needs a virtual campfire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsOUv9EzKsg
Kyle Brown
01:12:26
Seriously thinking about moving out to besides our fireplace to set the mood better... ;)
Roman Brendel (WSA)
01:12:59
Here are some Marshmallows ;)
Alan O'Callaghan
01:13:46
Belated Happy Birthday, Linda
Linda Cook
01:13:53
55 years and better
Gitte, Stockholm
01:13:55
hey I will be 55 in 5 years and I am not old 😄
Kyle Brown
01:14:18
It's less than a month for me to reach that milestone. ;)
Lisa Crispin
01:14:29
You are forever young, Gitte!
Linda Cook
01:14:30
past 55 awhile ago and still crazy after all these years
Kamal Manglani
01:26:27
Who is the Author of positive intelligence.
Jon Turner
01:27:28
It looks like the author of Positive Intelligence is Shirzad Chamine?
Diane Zajac
01:27:35
yes
Doc Norton
01:27:40
Yes. Shirzad Chamine
Diane Zajac
01:27:53
https://www.positiveintelligence.com/
Kristen Belcher (she/her)
01:28:01
thanks Diane :)
Roman Brendel (Germany)
01:30:52
Which is actually strange since one of the key aspects of agile work is "create a system that works on a sustainable pace". So sustainability is actually in the heart of agile but so often left out of the discussion.
Alan O'Callaghan
01:31:16
Gush!
Lisa Crispin
01:32:33
Interesting point - no boundaries to this.
Jo M
01:36:14
Agree Diana. Its as with all big issues - you can only take 1 step at a time. With a problem this big, you can only hope that more and more ppl do their 1st step and it radiates
Roman Brendel (Germany)
01:36:44
My personal opinion is that People are not so much afraid of Change but afraid of losing Something. Also Change is taking up Energy. So the better you are at showing what People can gain from Change and that it's actually less Energy-consuming than they think, the more they start believing you and loose their fear of loss.
@JuttaEckstein
01:36:59
Oh yes, Diane! I remember this session, that was excellent! Thanks for reminding me of that one!
@JuttaEckstein
01:37:34
Loosing fear of loss. Yes!
Jo M
01:38:08
@Jutta - I saw the link to your sustainability survey and passed it to my company, They are going to use it to help with their measurement and progress towards being more sustainable. Thank you for what you do
Gitte, Stockholm
01:38:31
Maybe we all need to have MaryLynn introduce us, so we remember what we have done in life 🙂
@JuttaEckstein
01:39:01
Oh @Jo - this is so wonderful! Thank you for sharing this!
Gitte, Stockholm
01:46:17
would you repeat the quote?
Jon Turner
01:46:27
Joseph Campbell "We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us."
Gitte, Stockholm
01:46:47
thx
Jon Turner
01:46:56
(That's the version I found online. Dave may have had a slightly different version.)
Doc Norton
01:47:18
I had an experience many years ago. I was working 70 hours per week and spending very little time with my family as I was trying to build my legacy. One morning while on vacation, I was up at 5am to sneak in some more work. I started crying as I realized that my legacy was still sleeping upstairs and I was missing out on it. I closed the company after we returned from that vacation and I spent much more time with my children (and now my grandchildren).
Roman Brendel (Germany)
01:58:16
I think human beeings can not not manipulate in social interactions. And we have many different natural Tools for this like crying, violence, ... and of Course language. The key difference is: how Aware are you of the Impact you have and how good are your intentions for the good of the one your interacting with. You can never be sure you never hurt anyone. But self-reflection and Feedback can help you avoiding it as good as you can.
Jo M
01:58:39
I wonder if its a system retraining needed around the word ‘manipulation’ eg like with the chiropractor - its in the patients best interest
Lisa Crispin - Vermont
01:59:51
Serena served 120 mph or more
Indu Alagarsamy
02:00:13
Serena is so awesome <3
Linda Cook
02:10:14
hmm - would we text our thoughts if we were actually around a campfire
Kristen Belcher (she/her, MI, USA)
02:10:43
lol no, we'd be leaning over or walking around and side chatting :P
Mattias
02:11:59
Only if we were younger. I saw my youngest son at a campfire once. And they were staring into their cellphones. Probably texting each other.
Lisa Crispin - Vermont
02:13:53
We wouldn't be sitting around the campfire with several dozen people…
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock
02:15:47
Outside authority
Holger in Lübeck, GER
02:17:10
small example as prototype helped
Linda Cook
02:27:01
if I had a dollar for everytime someone said they agreed with an idea for change but now isn't the time - and funny how it's never the time to make the change that they agree is a good idea
@JuttaEckstein
02:36:08
love it! System talking!
Diana Larsen
02:36:16
+1
Kristen Belcher (she/her, MI, USA)
02:36:30
💯
Gitte, Stockholm
02:36:30
yesyesyesyesyes
Jon Turner
02:36:40
http://hsc.fed.wiki/
Janet Gregory
02:36:46
Interesting indeed
Kyle Brown
02:38:22
Fascinating - was literally just learning yesterday that the term "Scientist" was coined to refer to Mary Somerville in the 1830s because she was systems thinker in a time when there were only words for specialists (like "Chemist" or “Geologist”)
Holger in Lübeck, GER
02:38:40
There is so much wrong in current schooling / education… it still focuses on "Training" for
Janet Gregory
02:38:49
hi
Holger in Lübeck, GER
02:39:11
work as if in Industrial Age and not abilities to navigate Information Age
Scott Seivwright, Scotland
02:39:57
What a Beautiful Group of People! and what a lovely Campfire.
Kristen Belcher (she/her, MI, USA)
02:40:00
LOL this sounds so familiar to me ;)
Roman Brendel (Germany)
02:40:09
Agree 100% Scott
@JuttaEckstein
02:47:49
I had participated in a meetup where the organizers sent a drink and food to everyone's home :)
Jo M
02:48:19
Apologies, I have to drop to work 🙁 thanks so so much everyone 🥰speakers and chats were all brilliant. Happy Friday 😄
Scott Seivwright, Scotland
02:49:15
I got to do food with Diana this year! At the Airport! it was awesome! Highlight of my year! Also nearly thrown out of a Snitzel Place in Vienna With Alistair for laughing too much! - Doooo foood! its fun!
Lisa Crispin - Vermont
02:49:32
👏
Craig Cockburn
02:49:48
👏
Linda Rising - Mt. Juliet, TN
02:52:35
Love this story, Russ!!!!!
Rebecca
02:53:28
I agree, Linda! It is a wonderful story! just let's do it!
Prabhat
02:54:18
👌
Kyle Brown
02:54:54
Love this story! We used to call this movement and claiming unused faciilties without permission "Midnight requisitioning” when I started my first job at NCR. ;)
Stefanni Brasil
02:55:23
embracing Nike's value to the core 🙂
Martin Iacampo (Paris)
02:56:01
I really like this story, Russ, and as others have said it was perfectly appropriate to Just Do It being with Nike 😎
Roman Brendel (Germany)
02:56:01
How cool is this. Love it! :)
Linda Rising - Mt. Juliet, TN
02:56:11
Wahoo! Russ rocks!
Roman Brendel (Germany)
03:19:02
I'm really sorry to say that but I have to leave now. It was an amazing experience and I want to thank all of you for this. Hope we can do this again soon :)
Scott Seivwright, Scotland
03:19:57
great story!! you made an impact!
Kyle Brown
03:20:03
I love it - we have the most impact when we least expect it.
Roman Brendel (Germany)
03:20:09
And since I write Poems sometimes, I will leave this one here as a gift that will hopefully positively resonante with one of you:Sometimes, just sometimesbut every now and thenI leave the track halfway.I get off at an empty station.Knowing full well that I will freeze,alone on the platform.In the middle of a night that screams of excess.And stand there. And wait.For nothing.Only because I can.Because a feeling inside me whispers,that in the silenceand the lonelinesssomething is waiting for me.A realization,a freedom,a promise of divinity.And I close my eyes,block out the coldand the thinkingand open myself.And sometimes, only sometimesbut every now and thenthe starsand the heavenstake hold of my heart.And when I get it againit is more than before.And I get inand drive on.Just like that.Because I can.Gratitude is being able to let go.The stars have always known that.
Martin Iacampo (Paris)
03:20:30
Yes, but you brought them all together :) so you didn't do nothing :)
Holger in Lübeck, GER
03:27:03
not to forget the Heart of Agile?
Alan O'Callaghan
03:27:07
Alastair…controversial? Surely not? :-)
Mattias
03:28:24
If you can't change your organization, change your organization... Or simply change the term "change your organization".
Holger in Lübeck, GER
03:29:27
First of all, one needs to look in the Mirror and change oneself...
Holger in Lübeck, GER
03:30:49
so, instead of changing the course of a supertanker and create a new coastline?