I’ve decided to make a one-page book report of books. This time the book Leading Change by John P Kotter. Highly recommended.
I designed a retrospective, based on the fun game of Twister. It’s designed for the gathering data fase. Step one: Get a Twister board or one of the many free apps. Step two: You turn the Twister board. Step Three: What ever it lands on correspondences with one of the following Colours represent a subject, […]
Just some drawings on Scope vs. Time and Time vs. Scope For more background check this out!
I’ve decided to make a one-page book report of books. This time the book Impact Mapping by Gojko Adzic. Highly recommended.
Psychological safety: Can we take risks on this team without feeling insecure or embarrassed? Dependability: Can we count on each other to do high quality work on time? Structure & clarity: Are goals, roles, and execution plans on our team clear? Meaning of work: Are we working on something that is personally important for […]
I’m sad that i found out about INKTober to late. Next year i’ll participate in the challenge. I might even try to do some drawing. http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober
Great tweet by JordannGross Just wanted to share it with you. It’s on how to use storycubes. Thanks Jordann!!
Here are the notes I made during the LeSS Conference 2016 in Amsterdam. More about LeSS can be found here: https://less.works/
This was the first conference where i had to work in a team to build a “Potentially Publishable Product” Our team was called “BLeSSed Scrumbags” The “Potentially Publishable Product” was a game. We added all the team learning of the 2 day conference on stickies. Then we had players choose 7 of these learning that they could […]
One of the teams asked me to help them visualize their team. This is the end result: Most of their work is in rules and regulations, shown by the book, hammer and lady justice. They are making “spaghetti code” into the new highway going to the cloud and the company.
Needed a picture for a Scrum Quiz. couldn’t find what i was looking for so made 1 myself.
Spider-web retrospective What is important to the team? Have them come up with minimal 5 area’s Example’s: Fun Test Automation Deployment/releasing Support Helping others Speed Learning Good code Team work Value And such… Have the team give a rating on the selected Area’s This will lead to a spider-web. Now you can ask the team […]
The most inspiring training I followed in 2016. If you want to do the training i would recommend Bas Vodde as trainer I followed the training in July 2016. Here are my notes: I’ve done a book report on LeSS that can be found here.
So we asked some feedback and updated the pictures
Definition of Done What is a Definition of Done: the Definition of Done is list of activities that add verifiable/demonstrable value to the product. can be different for different teams and products. The workshop that i do to create the ultimate Definition of Done is as following:
Retrospective Een goede Retrospective heeft een standaard formaat: Set de stage Gather data Generate insight Decide what to do Closing the retrospective 1. set the stage Deze fase heeft als doel het creëren van een veilige ruimte, waarin elke teamlid betrokken is. Door in deze fase elk teamlid aan het woord te laten ontstaat […]
First i created a roadmap Then the current situation And last the new situation:
In a movie of Tom Wujec (Ted Talk) I got inspired. Instead of making my own drawing i found a great one online. And decided to share it. This is a great game to get people working together and learning what iterative […]
Often teams have lots of improvements to work on. From the Retrospective or daily struggles. This sketch gives team a great view of what they’ve already accomplished and what’s still to do. I use the rays to map the improvements on different theme’s. The further the improvements are from the sun the smaller or more […]
JordannGross inspired me to make this picture myself (N²-N)/2 Is the formula for the number of communication lines in a team. This is why I like small teams.