What I liked about it
  • Great mix of fun and bringing systems mapping accross
  • Very enjoyable session - team work
  • Fridge challenge fun way of explaining complexity
  • practical
  • useful technique
  • fun
  • learning diagram technique
  • cases
  • fun/interaction
  • interaction, something different
  • loots of practice
  • the game format, the simulation, the openness, the hands on experience
  • hands on simulation and working with system diagrams
  • diagramming technique
  • modelling dynamics
  • Describing a system (diagram techniques)
  • Started with an interactive game, then short theory, then agan interactive game: good BALANCE
  • I learned a new technique
  • simulation, group work, modelling
  • practice on how to make a diagram with loops cause & effect
  • simulation, visualisation
  • fridge simulation
  • team exercise
  • use of presentation material
  • The simplified, clear way of exposing a complex topic
To improve
  • Move working frigo’s from start of game
  • initial uncertainty about "limits" of fridge challenge setup could have been avoided with clear instructions on display. Thank you for enjoyable session.
  • more analysis of the content
  • more feedback about the simulation
  • some real life example at how this technique actually was applied and solutions were implemented
  • no real benefit for me
  • make it perfect :-)
  • have simulations work
  • more instructions on exercises
  • have IT problems as well
  • computers should be running at the start of the session
  • make it clearer what to look for in the diagrams
  • more theory, less do
  • more laptops (or limit people)
  • start of the presentatino didn't go well. why spend half an hour on this?
  • Drawing the diagrams in team could dbe improved, not everyone is participating, and the diagrams quickly become complex
  • in order to act as a team, lots of sense of urgency should be in place
  • maximize at less people
  • prepare setup for simulation better to gain momentum at start of the session
  • have your stuff in order at the beginning
  • preparation
  • # people
  • do diagram exercise in iterations
  • decrease feedback loop to make inital exercise shorter
  • explain a bit more how systems thinking can be used
  • too crowded -- no kanban limit respected
  • slow start
  • kick people out
  • start on time
  • I would spend more time (a little) seeing how we can act upon the systems (by examples)