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A successful learning experience doesn’t just involve a learner knowing more—it’s about them being able to do more with that knowledge. • Sometimes a learner’s main gap is knowledge, but more frequently knowledge and information are just the supplies the learner needs to develop skills. • Use the question “Is it reasonable to think that someone can be proficient without practice?” to identify skills gaps. If the answer is no, ensure that learners have opportunities to practice and develop those skills. • You need to consider the motivations and attitudes of your learners. If they know how to do something, are there other reasons why they aren’t succeeding? • Change can be hard because learners may have deeply ingrained patterns or habits they have to unlearn, and you need to expect that as part of the change process. • The environment needs to support the learner. People are much less likely to be successful if they encounter roadblocks when they try to apply what they’ve learned. • Sometimes it’s not a learning problem, but rather a problem of communication, direction, or leadership. Recognizing those instances can save a lot of effort in wrong directions. • If you have a well-defined problem, you can design much better learning solutions. It’s always worth clearly defining the problem before trying to define the solution.
Mastering Scrum Mastery
Mastering Scrum Mastery – A Journey
not a destination
Chandan lal patary
What Problem we are solving?
• We have shortage of real change agents( Be it a Agile coach, Scrum
Master, Agile Leaders)
• We claim mastery by doing few certifications
• Lack of passion to build to mastery
• World is moving towards flat, designation less organization
• Demand for talents fit for new jobs is outstrip the supply of that
• Dark forces are taking away traditional roles
Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is the fourth
major industrial era since the initial Industrial
Revolution of the 18th century
Challenges due to 4IR
• People side of organizations is impacted by 4IR technologies in a major way.
• Jobs are changing and involves more automation and human–machine
• Pace of change has increase
• Collaboration, consolidation, and convergence are the key strategic
• Culture of organizations has change as automation, mobility, and speed of
decision making increase
• Need for employee education across the life span has increased
• Everyone is demanding more transparency (i.e., customers, employees,
constituents, peers, etc.).
It takes dedication and Passion to build Mastery
Get into trouble projects and experiments with all the proven concept in your
Understand the context and apply tools and techniques relevant at the
Mindset , apply growth mindset
Write and capture your story
Apply theory gain practical exposure
Deep dive into human psychology
What we know is a drop, what we do
not know is an Ocean – Isaac Newton