I had the opportunity to introduce Happy Melly at an Agile Lean Europe conference yesterday.

It was an online conference and featured four speakers over two hours. A great idea if you ask me! I enjoyed seeing all the presentations, and Toni Tassani even drew notes. After my presentation was over, I checked the twitter feed (#ALEbathtub), and a couple of people mentioned that even after a 25 minute presentation, they still didn’t know what Happy Melly was. I’ve heard this a few times now. For me, presentations are a way to improve and refine ideas! So it’s off to the brainstorming board, to figure out how to clarify the message.

View the live presentation here!

When we are happy at work, we are more motivated to engage and contribute. Happy Melly believes that a business is a community of people working together for a shared purpose and creating value – and it’s best to grow it like that. We want you to join us, and help grow healthy, adaptive organizations that are more like communities, so that we can increase happiness at work and do great things together. (view on Slideshare)


The Happy Melly team recently created an introduction video with four goals in mind:

  1. Create a video style that people like very much (kudos to Marta and George at ROBOMG for the awesome video production. I think we can all agree on that!).
  2. Create a process that will allow us to explain things in multiple videos, at manageable cost.
  3. Make people feel positive about Happy Melly.
  4. Allow many people to get involved in shooting and submitting video materials.

What are the first thoughts that come to your mind when watching this video?