A mindfulness exercise that helps us to take the stance of not-knowing and to recognize how quickly we let ourselves be guided by our first impression. With this bias we often miss the chance to explore alternatives and thus leave even much better solutions uncovered.
Estimation Game – Cup of Tea
Play this estimation game with your team at the start of your next planning session. Get everyone to estimate making a cup of tea and then ask them the where, who, what questions. Recognise the similarities and differences, what assumptions did you make? Consider how this might apply to your own scenario and the estimations you are about to make, or review. Use it to…
Retrospective Sailing Short Guide 1. Draw Boat2. Name your boat/ agree topic3. Mission?4. Add Sails – well?5. Add Anchors – better?6. Scale Sails 1 to 107. Scale Anchors -1 to -108. +1 actions to raise sails/anchors9. Agree actions to take forward More information and guidance https://beingagile.co.uk/sailboat-retrospective-step-by-step-guide-workshop-video-and-examples-gallery-being-agile/
Hello community, In these times of remote teams, it is always difficult to generate pleasant team dynamics. I have used this dynamic several times, it helps me to improve communication, cohesion and participation within the teams. Checklist: The video game “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes”, it can be any mobile or desktop version (It can be found in the steam store). https://keeptalkinggame.com/ The manual for…
Piggy Bank Scrum Simulation in Remote
With the arrival of Covid, I was looking for a replacement for the Ball Point and the Airplane Building games I would run during my in-class sessions. This game uses the foundations of the Coin game and adds a twist with coins of different values and adding the scrum framework for actions. This is a mash up of the coin game and scrum to make an entertaining online experience.