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  • The Sandwich Retrospective

    Posted by Stavros Stavru on March 12th, 2014

    The Sandwich Retrospective This game can be used as a retrospective technique (in addition to other popular techniques as the start-stop-continue retrospective, the startfish retrospective, the sail / speed boat, the team radar, etc). I called it the “sandwich” retrospective as it covers three different “slices of ingredients” which I believe are essential for self-reflection. [...]

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  • Card in a Sealed Envelope

    Posted by Karen Favazza Spencer on February 28th, 2014

    This quick card trick opens up conversation about the subconscious control team members bring to bear on their work.

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  • Matching values

    Posted by mike@leanintuit.com on February 25th, 2014

    A quick game to facilitate discussion about the manifesto. I like teams to understand this is about values & principles before we start diving into methodologies.

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  • Means First, Then States

    Posted by Stavros Stavru on February 3rd, 2014

    Ths game introduces and demonstrates the “Means First, Then States” syndrome and the negative impact it could have on software projects’ execution and/or outcomes. It also drives a meaningful discussion on what success is to software projects and what factors could lead to it (including an evaluation of the values and principles of the agile manifesto). It further emphasizes the [...]

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  • Christmas Lucky Dip Game with a twist (energise your christmas party)

    Posted by Nick Zdunic on January 22nd, 2014

    The past six months I’ve been delivering training in Agile Methods and Frameworks.  During this training I’ve discovered the power of games to simulate real life like the Lego4Scrum game and the BallPoint game.  Games are also useful in energizing a group and there are a few good websites that list games you can use to energize groups. Playing [...]

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