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  • Scrum Simulation With Minecraft

    Posted by on July 1st, 2016 at 1:04 pm
    This free e-book presents a stepwise approach to perform a full Scrum Simulation With Minecraft. An outstanding learning activity for teaching Scrum. It is free to use and adapt, licensed under Creative Commons.   Timing:   8 hours (full day), divided in: Minecraft Bootcamp – 2 hours; Pre-Game – 1 hour; Game – 4 hours; Post-Game – 1 hour;   Overview:   The products of my MSc dissertation at the University of Liverpool includes two gamified le...
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  • Scrum Values & Roles Card Game

    Posted by on June 15th, 2016 at 10:07 am
    Timing: 20-35 minutes Overview: This gamified learning activity is the first product from my MSc dissertation at the University of Liverpool. It is a card game to teach Scrum values and roles. There are four categories of cards: roles, responsibilities, values, behaviors. The objective of the game is to distribute the responsibilities cards below the roles cards and distribute the behaviors cards below the values cards. Example: Winning condition: The first group to complete the d...
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  • Values Advocacy

    Posted by on December 6th, 2013 at 7:32 am
    This exercise introduces and drives a meaningful discussion about the four values in the agile manifesto. Although it is a good starting point for an introductory to the agile world, the exercise could be used also to roughly assess the readiness of the participants (and eventually of their organizations) to adopt agile. I have created it as part of my university exercises and already tried it out on different students - from novices to ones with some industrial experience in agile. It wa...
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  • Values-Driven Retrospective

    Posted by on December 29th, 2011 at 7:48 pm
    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="238" caption="Value Gauges"][/caption] Objectives To continuously improve your team and your work through value-driven Retrospectives to ensure the team remains value driven.  It also serves as a highly visible reference to reflect on the team's actions and commitments throughout the day. Dependencies You need to have defined values that the teams have committed to prior. We use the Agile values of Commitment, Openness...
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