High Collaboration Frameworks for Managers
Time & Location
About The Event
This event runs:
- April 11: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
- April 12: 9:00 AM to Noon
High Collaboration Frameworks (HCFs) are tools designed to conduct professional value-added activities in ways that minimize or eliminate collaboration dysfunctions to obtain high quality results from such activities. The purpose is to solve a problem, train, educate, persuade or conduct other activities whose purpose is not entertainment.
Reduced to its formal essence, a collaboration framework is an activity among two or more independent decision-makers seeking to achieve their objectives in some limiting context.
This Training focuses on collaboration frameworks useful to knowledge work managers, be them technical or non-technical.
- Understand the advantages of High Collaboration Frameworks
- Be capable of applying the collaboration frameworks covered here
- Understand the roles of facilitation and observation
- Be capable of facilitating and observing
- Learn the collaboration frameworks covered here
- Understand and apply data gathering, processing and interpretation
Am I Eligible? This certification course is open to leaders, managers and directors. There's no prerequisite.
Duration: Ten hours (7 on day one and 3 on day two).
- Introduction to High Collaboration Frameworks
- The facilitator and facilitation
- The observer and observation
- The human factor and feel-o-meter
- Understanding the state of quality, risk, and the project (Lighthouse, Sailboat)
- Human resources identification and allocation (Dating game)
- Effectiveness of value flow throughout the value chain (Tug of war)
- Rapid requirements generation, categorization and prioritization (K2)
- Project or Feature prioritization during program or project planning (VRE prioritization)
- Execution breakdown (Story flow mapping)
- Introspection at team and team-member level (Moi Map)
- Retrospectives (Starfish, Timeline, Radar)
- Project Canvas
- High Collaboration Frameworks online
- Data gathering, processing and interpretation