Home Tags Unmeeting

Tag: Unmeeting

Perceptions of Performance

Introduction This week has converged for me around conversations about performance. On Sunday, I was involved in an after action review of my crew's performance on a fireground. On Monday and Wednesday, I continued my critical friend conversations with colleagues at the University of Canberra about performance review and preview ... and the ownership of a personal narrative about performance. On Tuesday, I received a link to Scott McLean, Paul Salmon, Adam Gorman, Gemma Read, and Colin Solomon's (2017) paper What’s in a game? A systems approach to enhancing performance analysis in football. All of which sent me back to think about performativity. I...

Dagstuhl: Day 1 Session 1

The Computer Science in Sport Conference (Special Emphasis:Football) started at Schloss Dagstuhl this morning. Martin Lames is coordinating the Conference. There is a list of participants here. The first session was an introduction to Dagstuhl and to the Conference program. Themes of the Conference include: Robocup (chaired by Sven Behnke) Dynamical Systems (chaired by Jurgen Perl) Coaching (chaired by Stuart Morgan) Football and Media (chaired by Daniel Link) All these will take place in the context of the wonderful social environment of Dagstuhl and a number of unmeetings. (A note about unmeetings (via Jay Cross): New approaches create meetings that people enjoy, often organized in scant time, at minimal cost....