Virtual World is a simulation that allows students to experience Scrum in Virtual Classes. In this simulation, students are encouraged to build their favorite place ( a zoo, city, island, or tourism farm) in a Virtual canvas using the Scrum Framework. For more visit https://www.virtualscrumsimulation.com
Laisa de Almeida is an experienced servant leader currently working with Scrum and Kanban teams in Florida. She helps organizations, teams and individuals on their journey to Agility. She is experienced in leading cross-functional, distributed and multicultural teams and is appreciated for her training skills and hands-on approach. Laisa has an undergraduate in Accounting and an MBA. She started her career in technology as a Business Analyst in the waterfall world. In 2010, she was introduced to Scrum and the Agile community as a Product Owner. Laisa enjoys staying in touch with the Agile community and participated in numerous conferences and user group events as volunteer, attendee and speaker. In her spare time, she enjoys the beach, music and travel.
8 thoughts on “Virtual World – Scrum Simulation”
Is the game still online?
This virtual word idea is a great start en gives inspiration when you have enough time.
I am also looking for replacement of the Lego city game. Not to many preparations and ready made stories. Max 2 hours including some basic Scrum explanation.
How do I sign up?
Thanks for this. I feel like I need more instruction, so will likely expand on what you have here. I love that you included user types, user journey and story mapping in your game. Much more impactful than others I’ve tried.
I am looking for an adequate replacement for the Lego City Agile Game. The second part is of particular interest to me: How can Lego play be replaced when playing remotely (backlog already exists)?
This is exactly what I am looking for as a contactless replacement of the “Scrum with Lego” game I normally do in my classes, thank you! I will probably try this out
The site can’t be reached
Please check now – server was down yesterday
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