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  • The Planning Quest

    Posted by Stavros Stavru on October 20th, 2014

    This exercise is a continuation of The Estimation Quest. It covers some additional aspects of software planning (incl. scoping, risk/change management and scheduling) and could be used to demonstrate some major differences between the traditional and agile software development in this ragard. Timing The timing largly depends on the number of participants and the level [...]

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  • New Kanban simulation game “Featureban”

    Posted by Mike Burrows on September 12th, 2014

    Featureban is a fun way for small groups to try out some basic visual management (visualisation + feedback loops), and then experience the dramatic effect of adding work-in-progress limits to create working kanban systems. It’s also possible to add in metrics (there are instructions included for that already) or to connect multiple systems together (sorry, you’re on your own [...]

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  • The Estimation Quest

    Posted by Stavros Stavru on September 8th, 2014

    Adventure is defined as a bold, usually risky undertaking with uncertain outcome. How close is this definition to software estimation? I would say there are almost identical. The only difference is that adventure is more often exciting and enjoyable while software estimation is mainly tedious and frustrating. The main purpose of this exercise is: (1) [...]

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  • Cynefin with the Team Drawer

    Posted by Illya PAVLICHENKO on August 26th, 2014

    Authors: Ilia Pavlichenko and Alexei Pikulev. We will show the game that helps to understand Cynefin and dynamics of transitions within it. We called the game “Cynefin with the Team Drawer” and to play it we need: Several sets of the Team Drawer (one for each team, look at the photo below). It is a [...]

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  • The Cultural Radars

    Posted by Stavros Stavru on July 21st, 2014

    The Cultural Radars Corporate culture is the number one barrier to agile adoption and the leading cause of failed agile projects. At least this is what VersionOne‘s serveys suggest for the last few years (e.g. 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010). This exercise aims to examine the cultural diversity (the variaty in participants’ cultural preferences) and to [...]

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