The essence of a company’s identity, in an age of information, VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity), and in an age where companies are judged by what they do and represent, are at a companies’ core values. Core values foster team behaviors and sets an organization’s culture. If a team does not adopt these or its company core values, they will not be motivated or engaged to make things happen.
A team’s success hinges on a company’s core values. The five Scrum Values that all teams’ share are commitment, courage, focus, openness and respect. Helping teams learn these values through quick game time can prove to be a huge difference.
The goal is to have enough scenarios that a learner can level up in difficulty and as they do, these values are reinforced. Introduce this as a 15 minute exercise for your team during a retrospective, see how well they do.
I need your feedback and more scenarios to build this out further. If you are interested in collaborating on this project, please find me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leonorurena/ or email me at Leonor_Urena@AgileLiteracy.com