Too Much To Learn and Not Enough Time? Try DeliberatePractice!

June 19, 2020



This video contains a talk about Deliberate Practice that Alex did at the 8th edition, and the 2nd digital edition, of I T.A.K.E. Unconference. A big problem today for many people doing knowledge work is that they need to learn a lot of things but there's not enough time. Alex has dealt with this problem in two ways: first, prioritizing, and second, optimizing skills acquisition by using deliberate practice. Here's the original abstract: "At the core of Software Craft lies the idea of raising the bar through deliberate practice. Deliberate practice is a very specific way to master a skill: time-boxed sessions during which you try out a technique with or without specific constraints, followed by an immediate retrospective. In this session, I will go through: * the key elements of deliberate practice
* usual formats for deliberate practice for XP practices and not only
* patterns of deliberate practice By the end of this session, I hope you will understand what is deliberate practice and how it can help you master a skill, and to start thinking about your own formats for practice, while getting inspiration from the multiple examples I tried out, reviewed, or created." This video is part of the "Raise the Bar" series. Alex Bolboaca is a programmer, CTO, author, trainer and coach at Mozaic Works. Mozaic Works provides high quality, customized training, coaching, and advice for companies who want to improve their effectiveness in the market, mainly through the use of modern leadership and technical practices. Check out our offer and ask us questions at https://mozaicworks.com. Think. Design. Work Smart. Visit the channel and subscribe

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