Productivity at work is a game. If the core requirements for productivity at work are not present, you disengage and check out. If the core requirements are there, you automatically experience fun, satisfaction and potentially, a deeply engaged sense of well-being.
We’re sure he’ll share the 8 specific things he’s learned you must do if you are to win the game of engagement, happiness and productivity at work. You’ll walk away from the call with actionable techniques you can start using today to win the productivity game.
Join us on June 12, 2012 at 7:00p-8:00p Eastern; 4:00p-5:00p Pacific, for the Mega MashUp Series Event: Winning the Productivity Game with Dave Logan and Dan Mezick.
Date: June 12, 2012
Time: 7:00p-8:00p Eastern, 4:00p-5:00p Pacific
Dan Mezick is an adviser and coach to teams and organizations seeking great results, primarily through the application of Agile methods of organizing work. An expert in business agility, Dan is the author of THE CULTURE GAME, a book describing 16 habits any team can immediately use to increase levels of learning and productivity. Dan speaks frequently at industry conferences about self-managing teams, culture change, and teamwork in organizations. His clients include Zappos Insights and Orpheus Orchestra, the celebrated self-managing orchestra. He is a member of the Blu100, a cadre of elite organizational democracy consultants certified by WorldBlu, the authority on workplace democracy. Dan is a community and conference organizer, most recently arranging the Agile Culture Conference, the event for culture hackers using Tribal Leadership, Scrum and others tools to bring higher levels of engagement, learning and productivity to organizations of all sizes. Dan has a history of software development and is a software patent holder. Taking cues from Dave Logan, he actively hacks the English language in pursuit of great results.
Winning The Productivity Game