Presenting vs interacting online

Today I ‘presented” at the NYC Scrum User Group on “Remote Agile Games“. I’ve been avoiding presenting remotely. I did do a panel. Today wasn’t bad. I think the key reasons were

  • It wasn’t a lecture
  • No slides (or code). Just me and the audience.
  • Enough people were on video
  • Part of it was a game (so I wasn’t speaking)
  • The audience participated, shared experiences, etc

All this made it feel like a conversation. Which isn’t draining the way an online presentation is.

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