Tag Archives: focus
Posted on 2014-11-29 by Henrik Kniberg
Here are the slides from my keynote “Focus” at BrewingAgile Gotheburg. It was about how to achieve more by working less.
Feel free to reuse 🙂
PS – here is a video of the entire talk.
Posted on 2014-11-17 by Henrik Kniberg
Strangely, in most companies people are considered perfectly healthy until they suddenly burn out. While in reality, it seems that a large number of people are somewhere between those two states, and could use some help to get more focused and less stressed.
We had a guy, Mattis Erngren, visit us at Crisp and do a session on focus training and meditation. Very pragmatic, interesting, and useful session. Highly recommended. Mattis and his company Lightly are on a mission to make focus training a standard offering at all companies, just like other health benifits like gym and such things. The brain is a muscle and it needs training too, to stay in shape.
So go ahead and contact the guys at http://lightly.io and bring them over. They offer free trial sessions so it’s really a no-brainer.
Incidentally, Jeff Sutherland was at the session at Crisp, and revealed that he used to be an avid meditator, and that Scrum was actually conceived during a meditation session. As in, the idea behind Scrum popped into his head right after a session. Interesting! When you clear your mind from all the noise, you make room for the really powerful stuff.
Posted on 2014-05-09 by Henrik Kniberg