Agile is changing the world, but our schools are still preparing kids for the way world used to be. Would you like your kids to learn the ways of the future?
Thursday, November 13, 2014 is "Future Day" in Switzerland. Originally conceived as "Daughter's Day" to encourage fathers to take their daughters to work to experience non-traditional jobs for women, it is now an annual opportunity for kids, usually in the 6th grade to get a day off from school so they can experience their parents at work and get a first taste of the real world.
My oldest attended one of my courses a few years ago (her insights were stunning, says the proud father) and this year, I will invite my youngest to attend.
Wouldn't it be cool if kids everywhere got a chance to experience the world of work, the way it should be? I'd like to call on trainers everywhere to invite the middle school aged children of their participants to join in their Agile, Lean or Scrum trainings on November 13th! Would that be cool? They can learn what collaboration can be! Let's make November 13th #AgileFutureDay!
P.S. I've got four spaces for kids on Future Day in my CSM course. No charge ;-)
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