Feedback Early and Often Session at Next Generation Leadership Summit 2018

[ Priyank Pathak | Curator - INNOVATION ROOTS ]

30 August 2018





Priyank DK Pathak is an Enterprise Agile Transformation and Continuous Delivery Consultant providing training, mentoring, and coaching services to companies to gain outcomes like quality, value and continuous flow. His key intervention is nurturing and developing skills required for Agile Software Development practices and methodologies based on the core Agile and Lean Values and Principles. He brings passion to his work and establishes strong understanding and expectations of customer value, by building on trust, results, and collaboration across the enterprise at Leadership, Management and Delivery Organization.

Session Overview

Feedback is a critical factor of project success. In many organisations feedback is seen as a last step of process. Putting feedback at backward may lead to multiple issues like missing on customer expectations, increase in rework efforts and not delivering as per quality standards.

This session is about examining and assessing the correct feedback process through a quick game on Feedback. As part of the session, participants would experience both scenarios - 'late feedback with assumptions that everything will go fine at the end' as well as 'early feedback for evolving quality as an incremental process'.

Total time required for the session is 45 Minutes. Session is divided into opening, two rounds of activities to present both the scenarios early vs last feedback and closing . And both the activities rounds are of ten minutes duration and participants would work in pairs for these activities.

Learning Objective

  • Participants would learn and understand the importance of feedback
  • Participants would evaluate the benefits of introducing feedback early and often
  • Participants would experience the impact of effectively implementing feedback in to the system.

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