It's Kate's turn to share this week...
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Welcome to our Friday Newsletter! A quick request from us again this week...

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This week it's Kate's turn to share her three interesting links...


A couple of weeks back my colleague Max shared a video explaining the Buurtzorg adult social care company who are founded on the principles of self management, here it is in case you missed it. This was great and I ended up looking through all the 'corporate rebel' You Tube channel videos and found many gems including this one again focussing on self management but around the NER way of working. Have a look.

At the break of the pandemic we moved our Agile master training online and it's been seen as a great learning platform and intro to Agile for many, many delegates since! We're now delivering a lot of our sessions 'in person' again which is great but due to the great success of the open course running online it's stayed that way (for now!) Here's Matt with a explainer of the sessions, plus find our September course details here if you'd like to book a spot or, just drop us an email
Trainwreck: Woodstock 99 (Netflix series)

Finally, this week I have been watching this documentary series about Woodstock 99. Following the disastrous festival history from start to finish. It got me thinking that it had as much to say about the corporate machine that launched it as the reaction of the festival goers themselves and their backlash at bureaucracy. Peace, love and understanding take a seat.

More interesting reads from the Basis group...
Basis's new introductory video
The Basis Team

We've created a new video for our Homepage, which gives a brief introduction to what we do and how we can help teams in the public sector. Give it a watch if you'd like a refresher on what we're all about (or if you miss hearing Joe's dulcet tones!).

Max Goodall

Max has written another great blog, this time on his experiences of working with Matt and a local council. He talks about what we do best - impact sprints, deep work, getting it done days. He says 'this was probably the most I've ever learned in the shortest time'.
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