Collaborate, Or Else...
Teams starting their agile journey don't realize the power of collaboration and sharing knowledge. Often, they withhold information, have their own personal agendas and are passive-aggressive to collaboration.
In this game-play, teams realize how information is often distributed among the team members, and without collaboration, they cannot be successful.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
10 minutes - Background - Game Setup
15 minutes - Game iteration 1
5 minutes Debrief
15 minutes - Game iteration 2
10 minutes - Debrief / Q&A
5 minutes - Wrap up
In a playful way, teams can realize collaboration is important.
Each team will have a second chance to do it right (iteration 2) so that they just don't hear from the presenter, but experience it first-hand.
Agile teams, team members, scrum masters, agile coaches
Prerequisites for Attendees
Be a sport
Come ready to play
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