Training and retaining the basics of Scaling Scrum through the power of play
How do we provide Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Team Members and others who are applying agile practices with a safe environment in which they can experience and “have a go” with Scrum?
Scrum simulation with Lego’s is a tried and tested technique that has been successfully applied to help teams build up their understanding of the ceremonies and rigors of Scrum.
In this highly interactive workshop session we will take participants through how they can customize, build and facilitate an agile lego simulation that addresses their particular learning points. We will also show you how you can use this approach to help distributed Feature teams who share a common backlog understand how they work as one to deliver their Product. Participants in this workshop will leave with the confidence to apply the power of play.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
This simulation is intended to allow participants to experience “hands-on” how an agile Feature Team adopting large scale scrum (LeSS) functions and understand the benefits of an agile approach to software development. All of the essential elements of Scrum are practiced and throughout the simulation common problems and their solutions are explored.
What distinguishes an agile approach from more traditional approaches
How to form agile Feature Teams and the roles in Scrum
The challenges of adopting large scale scrum (LeSS)
How to systematically reduce risk while achieving progress
Setting up a Product Backlog and how to use this to drive your development effort
Show to plan your sprintsThe key ceremonies of Scrum
Anyone who wants to experience the essence of agile development
schedule Submitted 6 years ago
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