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  • The Lean-STAR Game

    Posted by Amr Noaman on April 14th, 2017

    Timing: 15 minutes Overview: This is a short game to explain why WIP is bad. It has so many variants, one of which is the lean simulation game with paper airplanes by Jeff Patton. Instead of building airplanes, we connect five dots of a star. Resources: Print 10 copies per team from this Star-Connect pdf file. Steps: Form [...]

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  • X-Matrix Jigsaw Puzzle

    Posted by Karl Scotland on March 10th, 2017

    Timing: 1 hour Overview: This short exercise is intended to give participants a feel for populating an X-Matrix, without the need to have a shared context, and without having to disclose confidential knowledge about their organisations. It consists of a pre-defined and generic set of “pieces” with which to populate the various X-Matrix sections, deciding which pieces should [...]

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  • Failure Memory Game

    Posted by Anja Stiedl on February 20th, 2017

    The Failure Memory Game is is a game for learning from failures and experiencing how a team or an organisation can benefit from an open failure culture. Participants reflect on their own way, or the team’s culture to handle failures, and directly experience the consequences in a safe space for experimenting and learning. Who plays, [...]

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  • The Coffee Game

    Posted by DUO Agilityteam on October 5th, 2016

    Overview: This game lets players experience the burden of being a Product Owner, backlog management and having to choose between stakeholders. Players will form a team responsible for everything related to coffee and will try to create as much business value as possible for their organisation while keeping stakeholders happy. Timing:  60 minutes Materials needed: enough room to form [...]

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  • To Plan or Not To Plan

    Posted by Rob Denison on September 12th, 2016

    Overview The game is organized around two activities, drawing a picture and telling a story. In both of these activities, the group will be split into separate teams, with one team given specific time and instructions to plan ahead. After both activities have been completed, the facilitator assesses and leads discussion around the team’s work, [...]

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