Agile Wheel – A Coaching Tool

This fun game can be used by coaches to teach key focus areas of Agile, assess teams / projects on these key aspects and help teams to make improvement plans. It leads to discussions about challenges being faced by teams and good practices that can be learned from other teams and organizations. It can be used for individuals, teams and even large groups of more…

Mob Programming with BABA is You

If you would like to make a mob programming session to teach your collegues about the flow, then this game is right for you. The Goals of the Game: Learning the process of mob programming in a playful & funny way The session is also suitable for non-programmers. You can play this session remotely if you use a video conference tool, where it is possible to give other participants the control…

Scrum Workflow

The Scrum workflow

This is a useful exercise to conduct in a classroom or together with your Scrum team. It creates alignment around the purpose of each event in Scrum and the roles that participate in each event. It’s great to spark a conversation and make sure everyone understands the foundations of Scrum. Timing: 30 minutes. This is the expected time to run the game, including prep and…

Summer Meadows (and the Three Vs)

Summer Meadows is a short and fun exercise to demonstrate the effect of handoffs, detailed specs, and silos (otherwise referred to as the Product Management Vacuum) and to communicate how the Three Vs (Vision, Value, Validation) serve as a way to create more cohesive and creative products.

Dependency jigsaw game

A warm-up game that test self-organisation and helps to get people thinking about a particular topic This is a warm-up activity designed to help demonstrate the challenge of managing dependencies, whilst allowing team members to meet each other. It’s also a test of self-organisation so be prepared for a little bit of chaos…. When to use: To get people talking to each other who haven’t met…