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  • Core LeSS Game

    Posted by on November 12th, 2018 at 1:30 pm
    Purpose: An interactive and collaborative card sorting activity to learn the differences between “Core LeSS” (a must have to be LeSS) or “Supportive Approaches” (often useful or common on LeSS teams, but, you could do LeSS without it), and what is “Not LeSS” (nothing to do with LeSS). Useful for a pre-assessment, review, and learning about LeSS. It is also useful in debunking common misperceptions around LeSS. Suggested Duration: 10-20 Mins (depending on how long you debrief) R...
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  • The MatchUp Canvas

    Posted by on August 14th, 2018 at 5:27 pm
    Great teams act interdependently to achieve product outcomes. That doesn’t happen by accident. It takes deliberate effort. By proactively determining how teams depend on each other, agreements can be made on the “give and take” required to improve teamwork. Doing so strengthens team partnerships and customer relationships. Ultimately, this leads to better product outcomes and makes work more joyous. The MatchUp Canvas is a tool you can freely use to facilitate great teamwork. This ...
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  • Jeu des rôles et des responsabilités de Scrum

    Posted by on January 15th, 2017 at 3:44 am
    English version here : Scrum Roles and Responsibilities Game.     Choose "Français" in language's listTraduction du jeu Scrum Roles and Responsibilities Game de Andrew Rusling Une exécution complète du jeu   Timing : 15 minutes de jeu, 30 minutes de préparation (à réaliser une seule fois). Matériel : 32 fiches d’une couleur donnée (J’ai choisi le bleu). 7 fiches d’une autre couleur (J’ai choisi le rose). Un marqueur permanent. D...
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  • Agile Scrum framework at glanceIntroducción al framework Agile Scrum Intro au framework Agile Scrum

    Posted by on July 14th, 2015 at 10:59 am
    Purpose The goal of the game is to start the conversation within the team about their development process, in this case, by using the Agile-Scrum framework. By asking open ended questions, the facilitator would help the team discover areas of improvement identified by the team, help with clarifying some concepts and show the team how easy it's to inspect and adapt their own development process. When to use it This game could be used with new teams (everybody is new), when a new member i...
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  • Telestrations for Teams

    Posted by on May 11th, 2015 at 6:56 pm
    Timing: Really depends on the group size, but I'd allow at least 2 hours for a group of 10 to play three rounds.   Materials: The board game Telestrations. There are two versions of this game, an eight player version and a 12 player party-pack version for larger groups. https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/46213/telestrations It's available online (Amazon, etc), or from most decent shops which sell board games.   Instructions: This is a fantastic board game on it...
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  • Scrumble – an Agile board gameScrumble – um jogo de tabuleiro ágilScrumble – un juego de mesa ágilScrumble – живой настольная играScrumble – un jeu de plateau Agile

    Posted by on February 9th, 2015 at 12:13 pm
    Agility is completely new to you? Skeptical about applying Scrum for your project? Feel like challenging your team? Get ready to Scrumble! Developing Agile strengths and values through a fun simulation of Scrum Scrumble allows to highlight many issues that team members often face, as being developers, product managers or facilitators and to provide solutions spontaneously, all in a casual setting. This game and its printable content are free to download. Have fun! Game duration: 2 hours ...
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  • Scrum Roles and Responsibilities Game

    Posted by on January 12th, 2014 at 7:02 am
    [caption id="attachment_3480" align="alignnone" width="660" caption="A completed run of the game"][/caption]   Timing: 15 minutes to run, 30 minutes to prepare (once only). Materials: 32 Index Cards of one colour (I choose blue). 7 Index Cards of another colour (I choose pink). A permanent marker pen (i.e. sharpie). Two flip chart pieces of paper (A0 size) or large pieces of butcher’s paper. A very large desk or two desks large enough to hold the two pieces of paper....
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  • Mitch Lacey Team Prioritizationseriouseriouseriouseriou

    Posted by on October 5th, 2011 at 9:25 pm
    This prioritization game was inspired by the innovative Agile and Scrum expert, Mitch Lacey. As described in his book, The Scrum Field Guide: Practical Advice for Your First Year, the collaboration and visual organization involved in this activity provides a painless way to manage backlogs, making your task list less daunting and more effective. Timing: 1 hour Ingredients: A list of backlog items (epics / stories) to prioritize. Players (5..8 recommended): Team Manager Stak...
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