This talk at Agile by Example 2017 will show how you can self-assess how your team is performing and provide you with ideas to improve collaboration and teamwork to increase the agility of your team.
Come play the Agile Self-Assessment Game and the Backpacking Retrospective Exercise in teams at Agile by Example 2017 to discover how agile you are and what you need to pack to increase your agility.
My highly popular Agile Self-assessment Game is now also available in Polish. The basic agile game and the DevOps and Scrum expansion packs have been translated by Kamil Wójcik from English to Polish.
I gave the mini-workshop Exercises to Spice Up Agile Retrospectives at Agile Cambridge. The presentation from this session is available on SlideShare.
My 2nd book What Drives Quality has been officially released today (September 30). It is now available on Amazon and all other major bookstores.
In this mini-workshop you will experience how using different exercises can help you to spice up your agile retrospectives and get more value out of them.
Mad Sad Glad is a classic exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives. It helps teams to look for things that make them happy, sad, or drive them mad, and to decide how they want to address these things working together as a team.
In conjunction with Agile Greece I'm giving in-house workshops in Athens on Getting More out of Agile and Lean in the week when the summit takes place.
My 2nd book What Drives Quality is now available for pre-order on Amazon, Leanpub, and my webshop. The book will be released end of September.
I'm giving a dojo (1/2 day workshop) and talk at Agile by Example. The conference will be held in Warsaw on October 9 to 11. I'm giving a dojo (1/2 day workshop) and talk at Agile by Example. The conference will be held in Warsaw on October 9 to 11. Tickets are on sale --limited seats are available for my workshop.
The annual agile retrospective report describes the state of practice in agile retrospectives. Let's explore some of the conclusions from the 2017 report to understand how retrospectives are currently being done and the value that they bring.
In this guest post Ekaterina Novoseltseva explains why Test Driven Development (TDD) is important to get success with agile and explores the benefits that you can get from doing TDD.