I'm giving a two-day workshop where you can learn how to improve your retrospectives and increase the agility of your organization with effective retrospectives on February 1-2 in Istanbul.
The Czech editions of the Agile Self-assessment Game and Expansion Packs have been released.
Here are the articles and pages on benlinders.com that received most visits in 2017. I published 50 blog posts and updated and extended my existing agile and lean tools and introduced some new tools.
I've significantly improved shopping pages and added many new features and new products to make it easier and faster for you to get what you need.
I'm giving the workshop Valuable Agile Retrospectives for Teams on Wednesday, February 14 in Amsterdam. Ticket sales have started.
I'm returning to Craft in 2018 to give my workshop Making Agile Work for You on May 8 in Budapest, Hungary. Learn how to apply agile practices effectively!
The Agile Self-Assessment Game is there to help you to increase your agility and deliver more value. Agile self-assessment help organizations and teams to assess how agile they are and decide what to do next to become more agile. Teams can play the Agile Self-assessment Game to reflect and agree on the next steps in their agile journey.
Collaboration is key to agile. If you want to reach results with agile, professionals throughout the organization should look for ways to work together intensively and effectively. Here are my tips for improving collaboration.
Full day Workshop Getting More out of Agile and Lean with Ben Linders in Paris, November 28, 2017, at Lean Kanban France #lkfr17
In the workshop Valuable Agile Retrospectives for Teams in Istanbul on November 24 you will try out different retrospective exercises and learn how to effectively facilitate retrospectives in agile teams.
The Kanban Expansion Pack is a kind of coaching cards pack for teams, Scrum masters, Agile coaches, and change agents. Introduction discount: Download the Kanban pack for €2,99!
Stop the Line is a retrospective exercise that can be used to learn from problems and prevent them from happening in the future. It's a great exercise when you need to improve the quality of your products or services.