Kylie Yearsley

Kylie is a passionate advocate of experiential learning. Anything can be better understood if you give people the tools to experience it for themselves.

Having worked with agile frameworks since 2008 in the newspapers and online gaming and gambling industry, she now spends her time helping large, complex organisations understand the value of agility. She has worked multiple large scale agile transformation to date and is also a co-organiser for local agile community learning networks, and meetups.

Workshop Thursday 14th of March 13:30 - Clownban

“My only complaint is that my cheeks hurt from laughing too much.” Clownban workshop attendee.

Learning should be fun. And so should teaching.

Join us for something a little bit different. How do use kanban to build and market test a product? using your own hands and creativity, this highly interactive workshop will see you build and market test a product that is fun for all the family. We will be building and collaborating in a multiple team setting to bring ideas to life, and use customer feedback to test and learn using kanban to bring visualisation and focus across complicated dependencies as we build and deploy an integrated product.

This workshop is suited to those who have little to no knowledge of kanban AND for those looking for a fun and new way to teach Kanban. We invite you to participate and plagiarise at will. We will share the pack and train the trainer note to anyone interested following the session.