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  • Kanban Pizza Game

    Posted by on August 16th, 2015 at 6:43 am
    The interactive Kanban Pizza Game demonstrates how a Kanban System works. While common Kanban games usually focus only on the flow of an existing Kanban system, our new Kanban Pizza Game goes beyond that, demonstrating the path from an existing process to Kanban. Learning by doing and having fun at the same time - that‘s what our Kanban Pizza Game is all about. Further description of the game can be found here: http://www.agile42.com/en/training/kanban-pizza-game/The interactive Kanban Pi...
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  • Fellowship Of The Goal – Gamify The Cardwall

    Posted by on October 19th, 2014 at 9:13 am
    Gamification can lead to higher levels of collaboration and engagement with teams. On many occasions, I’ve come across prescriptive workflows which completely disengage teams and those teams don’t challenge the tools or process they inherit. Gamification and customisation helps teams care and take ownership of their system and workflow to help the team unite behind common goals and have fun with their workflow. This game template Fellowship Of The Goal has been designed to deliberately be...
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  • Sudokuban: A Kanban in action game in puzzles

    Posted by on July 12th, 2014 at 5:42 am
    Timing: This game is normally done in a forty-five minute time block: 10 minutes upfront for instructions, 20 minutes for the game, and 15 minutes for the debrief. Overview: The Sudokuban game is a quick 45 minute game to practice Kanban in a safe to fail environment where constraints have been setup to swiftly force work in progress limits to be hit. Built using pre-constructed sudoku puzzles and mimicking a real visual management wall, participants are encouraged to beat the other te...
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  • Lego Flow Game

    Posted by on May 6th, 2014 at 6:06 am
    Timing: 60-90 minutes Overview: The Lego Flow Game is a fun exercise to compare and contrast different approaches to processes, with respect to how work flows. The aim of the game is to build Lego Advent Calendar items, with a defined workflow: finding the next advent calendar number (analysis), finding the matching set of lego pieces (supply), creating the lego item (build) and checking the item has been built correctly and robustly (accept). There are specialist roles for each stage in ...
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  • Ball Flow Game

    Posted by on May 6th, 2014 at 6:00 am
    Timing: 1 hour Overview: The Ball Flow Game is a variation of the Ball Point Game, where the aim is for a team to process 20 balls as quickly as possible (as opposed to complete as many in 2 minutes), with the following rules: Participants play as a whole team (everyone must touch each ball) Balls must have air time between people No passing to a direct neighbour The start person must be the end person Learning Points: The following learnings are usually discussed: Lim...
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