Platinum: The Modus Annual Subscription
Every Modus class as they are released, plus extra subscription only content! (Over $1000 in current value and growing)
It's all about your context.
Our live classes and our coaching has always benefited from conversations on-the fly. Those conversations are context.
When we make single classes, they become "standard work". There is one format, it doesn't change, and any additional information has to come from the questions people ask at the bottom of a lesson. That interaction is rare. And that means your context doesn't get discussed and you leave with less value than you wanted and we could provide.
Why the subscription is different.
The subscription includes all of our stock classes, meaning you now have the opportunity to take units from Personal Kanban or from Distributed teams or other classes as you need them. You want to know about how to handle complex situations? There's units in all the classes about that.
Also, and perhaps more important, there is material that we regularly discuss with clients or in live classes that just don't fit well in the standard buckets of an on-line class. The subscription has access to micro-classes, maybe 1 to 5 units, that cover something specific -- like dealing with imposter syndrome or the humanistic side of Lean. These smaller classes provide crucial information when you need it.
This means we can provide monthly content that might be lectures, but will also be interviews and demos of people's own systems of work. Interesting people doing interesting things, complete with their successes and challenges.
You will also be able to join the Modus Institute Community, a private slack group where we can discuss what you are doing and what you need in detail.
So, please join us! We will all learn together.
I have spent my career building large systems. From subways, to cities, to companies, to software, to skyscrapers. The movement of an idea from its first inception to completion excites me.
Human endeavor requires people, capital, sweat, and a lot of frustration, but it is rooted in a central belief that we can create something from nothing and make the world a better place in the process.
Prioritization, our daily work, goal setting, planning, how we set up our systems to achieve results: all these rest in our ability to learn, to respond elegantly to change, and collaborate.
These classes take everything from my experiences and provide real, tangible, and realistic avenues for change.