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  • Product Owner Challenge

    Posted by on January 30th, 2015 at 7:03 am
    Timing: 40-50 min Material: LEGO 3in1 creator kits. Overview: The product description is in one part of the room, PO and DevTeam in the other. PO is not allowed to show it to DevTeam, but can inspect the plan as often it's needed - PO has to "walk & talk" – real challenges for traditional-minded product development departments. Learning Points: Communicate with DevTeams as clear as possible, Describe the requirements and product vision to DevTeams as precise as needed, Micro-...
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  • Once Upon A Time In Legoland

    Posted by on October 23rd, 2012 at 10:07 am
    This exercise was co-created as part of a collaboration day between myself and Paul Goddard Timing: 60 minutes Materials: A lot of Lego (Optional) A Digital Camera and Photo printer Instructions: Preparation Ask the group to come up with: a person from history, a colour and an object. Construct a title out of these e.g. The story of Napoleon and the yellow pillow Set the challenge: To create a storyboard of this story by building scenes made from Lego. ...
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  • Kanban Tetris

    Posted by on August 13th, 2012 at 11:29 am
    Timing: About 2-3 hours Materials: - General A noise maker (bell, horn, whistle) to start/end iterations. Tape to fix down the ‘Inventory Stores’ Stop watch or other timing device Materials: - Each Team A table that can seat 4 people comfortably Sticky Note pad– back torn off, so sticky-side is up. 4x4 Quad ruled paper – 4 or 5 sheets Four sharpies / thick pens 4 sheets white paper to represent the inventory stores Assorted Lego blocks in three colors A st...
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  • Continuous Integration with LEGO

    Posted by on October 6th, 2011 at 7:46 am
    This activity was designed to teach continuous integration concepts and value without resorting to code, a continuous integration server, or any hardware or software.  While the participants will experience some frustration in trying to complete the activity, they will also have a great deal of fun and will learn. Timing: Prep time: 30 - 60 minutes Execution time: 45 - 60 minutes Materials: One set of LEGO per team. Each set should include the necessary pieces to build a cube (see im...
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