Diana Larsen and Esther Derby’s book “Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great” is fantastic. It describes 5 step approach to run retrospectives with Agile Teams. It goes like this:
This is the fourth in a series of posts about how I have used and adapted some of these techniques with projects and teams. Let's take a look at how to boost your retrospectives with Speed Boat.
The original use of Speed Boat was to identify what your customers disliked about your product or service. It is now a popular tool for running retrospectives. This is another game which you can play online using the Conteneo Collaboration Cloud or in-person. The online version lends itself well to distributed teams.
This is the third in a series of posts about how I have used and adapted some of these techniques with projects and teams. This time we'll take a look how Buy a Feature can help you build the right product.
This is the second in a series of posts about how I have used and adapted Innovation Games® with projects and teams. This time we'll take a look at My Worst Nightmare.
20/20 Vision is one of Luke Hohmann's Innovation Games. You know when you visit the opticians to get glasses fitted or your eyes checked? They ask, "Which lens do you prefer? 1 or 2?" This is the essence of 20/20 Vision.
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