There are two kinds of work in the world: work we do alone, and work we do with others. The problem is, collaboration often takes the form of meetings, which suffer an undeserved terrible reputation as being a voracious time and resource waste.
Difficult personalities, a feeling that projects are veering off-course, and the perception that meetings prevent “real work” from getting done can all hamper our participation.
But what if we apply the design thinking that UX design pros already know and love—except in a way that
By doing just that, we can run meetings that result in better insights faster, more cohesive teams, and access to new ideas from everyone involved.
Plus, by learning to incorporate lean UX concepts like MVP’s into your meetings, you’ll be collectively solving problems more harmoniously and powerfully than
And Kevin’s just the guy to teach you. After 15 years in the web and directing UX at Happy Cog—redesigning multi-stakeholder sites like Harvard University and Nintendo—he’s become the leading expert in making meetings infinitely better. He consistently wow’s crowds at conferences from IA Summit to An Event Apart and UI16 (among our highest-rated talks ever).