ss6 s63: A Change of Scale - The Summary so far

This is the summary of the overview sections.

You should review and reflect on your progress and understanding so far.

Learning is a four-step cycle; 1) exposure to ideas, 2) reflection, 3) conceptualisation, 4) convergence, 1) experimentation, 2) reflection, 3) re-conceptualise... that takes us through the four states of 'unconsciously unaware' to conscious of what we are not fluent in, to 'consciously competent' and eventually 'unconsciously competent', or fluent with implicit understanding.

  1. Exposure comes from following the course materials
  2. Reflection is enabled by listing the topics we have covered - ask your self to RECALL everything
  3. Conceptualisation should be where you ask yourself to express the meaning of each topic individually
  4. Convergence should be where you merge the ideas with each other (for the exam) and each other plus your own beliefs (future for practitioner ability)
  5. Experimentation is where you then try out your new and old working patterns . We are now in exercises and case-studies or even better you are outside training course activity and in the 'real-world'

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Next sub_section_7’s 3 lessons mark a new mode of progress; Narrower and final.

I'd like to say definitive; and all the lessons from now are definitive for p2a's manual coverage and so exam wise; but often p2a is indicative not definitive for agile practice [email protected]™. There are no end of additional resources that you can add - but as ever I suggest after the exam is the best time - stay focussed for now - one sprint goal!!

In Ss7 we cover the 'events' (also known as-aka- meetings & workshops) plus the 'artefacts' (aka information sets) that an agile approach to the structured communications and controls of prince’s activities generates within the {{Starting up a Project}} process and the Initiation Stage.

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