Remote Lean Inception

4 Jun 2020 | Lean Inception

It may seem difficult to perform a remote Lean Inception, but it is totally possible and is just as important as the face-to-face. Follow the tips on this page to prepare yourself in the best possible way!

The combination of process, facilitation and tools is essential for the success of the remote Lean Inception.

A well-oriented process (Lean Inception) and tools for specific purposes – for example: Zoom for videoconferencing, Mural for visual collaboration and FunRetrospectives for energizers and remote retrospectives – are extremely important to enable a great remote workshop.

Facilitation Techniques

The formation and group communication approach should vary according to the moment of the workshop and the style of each activity. In some situations, everyone needs to be involved in the same conversation, but in others, this is not effective.

Check out the facilitation techniques for remote workshops, essential for remote Lean Inceptions facilitators. Make sure to choose a tool for participants to collaborate visually.  

Visual collaboration with Mural

>> Check out the Mural template for the Remote Lean Inception

Lean Inception – Caroli.org – EN by MURAL

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Open to create a mural from this template in your workspace. Powered by MURAL

This template is also available in Portuguese and in Spanish.

Problems downloading the template? Perhaps this video will help: How to create a remote lean inception mural (from the template)?

Visual collaboration with Miro

>> Check out the Miro template for the Remote Lean Inception

Visual collaboration with Strateegia

>> Check out the Strateegia template for the Remote Lean Inception

Useful links

>> Buy the book on Amazon.com

>> Watch the Lean Inception training on Udemy

>> Participate on the next Lean Inception training (live and online)

>> This book is also available in: Portuguese, Spanish and French

>> Got a university email? Get the ebook for free here

>> Read many Lean Inception related blog posts here

>> Get the Lean Inception presentation slides here

>> Get the Lean Inception posters

 

Paulo Caroli

Paulo Caroli is the author of the best-selling book “Lean Inception: How to Align People and Build the Right Product” (the first on a series of books about Lean Strategy and Delivery). He's also the creator of FunRetrospectives.com , a site and book about retrospectives, futurospectives and team building activities. Caroli writes on this blog frequently. Receive the next post in your email. Sign up here .
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