How to test the stupid out of your transformation!

Why do organizations shift left their product testing but forget their most important asset, their way of working?

When 80% of transformations fail, why do we still tell people to "just do it!" With LEGO® experiential learning we use all your senses to learn & test the fundamentals of your new way of working.

Why do we blindly implement theoretical frameworks, when more than 80% of all transitions fail! Common sense dictates we should test first before we implement the new Way of Working (WoW). We strongly believe that there is not one universal WoW, companies are unique and need to incorporate their culture into their WoW. We also noticed that all new-WoW requires lots of new behaviors and an infinite quantity of new practices.

So, learning of this is demanded in any agile organization. We believe that experiential learning is the fastest way to internalize this. So, what if you could combine this testing and learning? Could you create the perfect testing laboratory with the most effective learning experience? We think we did! Want to test it? The workshop we created for the Agile Testing Days is a simulation venue. With LEGO® Robots that perform missions and interact with other LEGO® constructions that you will built from scratch, we play a transformation. Once completed it guarantees an experience of a lifetime.

So, find out how we, by accident, created the most extreme shift-left testing we have ever seen. Testing transition and at the same time embedding Quality Assurance within the chosen framework, role, artefact and/or event, by combining learning and testing the entire new-WoW before it was even implemented. So come for the experience and leave afterwards with your own FREE set of LEGO® bricks.

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