leanpizza.net - tasty Agile… one slice at a time – by Olivier Lafontan

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Here are a few things you might want to download.

Transition to Scrum Decks

Decks

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Documentation

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  • Guide Rapide du Modèle De Changement D’organisation: pdf logo Guide_rapide_changement_organisation_v1 (pour le “Kotter Jeu de Cartes à Imprimer“)
  • Guide Rapide du Modele de Transition vers Scrum: à venir

 

XP Game

(based on an old version of the game which works best for me: newer versions are available at http://www.xp.be/xpgame.html/)

pdf logo british flagDownload “PRINT 1 Team XP Game” >> serves 1 team of 4 to 6 people

A fun and interactive way to introduce XP / Scrum to a team. I am always happy to run these sessions, for all types of audience. Give me a shout if you want to organise something like this within your organisation.

I am working on a Hints and Tips to go along with the download. Should be available here soon too.

Planning Poker self-made

pdf logo british flagFrench FlagPlanning Poker Pdf >> serves 4 people

Sometimes, you don’t have those planning poker cards available. So here is a little “print it / cut it” alternative. Works in English and French!

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  1. Thanks for this article and the documentation.

    Comment by Yannick — June 25, 2010 @ 8:41 pm
  2. Merci pour la traduction des cartes 🙂

    Comment by Yannick — July 8, 2010 @ 11:43 am
  3. […] Télécharger le jeu de cartes Scrum (anglais) […]

    Pingback by La conduite de changement Agile | Open Agile — July 8, 2010 @ 12:14 pm
  4. […] pdf ready for printing can be found on the “Download Recipes” page. Posted by Oli at 4:26 […]

    Pingback by Planning Poker Cards: print’em, cut’em, use’em. » leanpizza.net — September 27, 2010 @ 4:26 pm
  5. Awesome blog , thanks for the post!

    Comment by Jose Fernandez — November 9, 2010 @ 6:29 am
  6. Thanks Jose, hope you find it useful.

    Comment by Oli — November 9, 2010 @ 3:05 pm
  7. Cool site. Maybe i can help you in writing articles, are you interested ?

    Comment by betathome.pl — November 26, 2010 @ 4:07 pm
  8. Hi betahome.pl,
    Thanks for your comment.
    As for writing articles together, just leave your thoughts here, maybe start a discussion?
    Let me know,
    Cheers
    Oli

    Comment by Oli — November 26, 2010 @ 6:20 pm
  9. […] Télécharger le jeu de cartes Scrum (anglais) […]

    Pingback by La conduite de changement Agile | OpenAgile — May 31, 2011 @ 5:17 pm
  10. Hey Olivier, I am just about to run such a workshop with a group of 15 people. I think this could be a good size, 5 per team so all nicely balanced 😉 Did you ever run into an upper limit?

    Comment by Dennis — June 3, 2013 @ 4:06 pm
  11. Hey Dennis,

    Happy to hear that 🙂 5 per team is just the right number. I feel comfortable running sessions with team size of 4 to 6 people and up to 4 teams.

    I have run workshops with up to 7 teams but I had to delegate some of the time keeping activities to team members (which is not ideal as it distract them from actually delivering value)… and I was really sweaty at the end of that session 😉

    I hope you’re keeping well, and good luck with the session!

    Comment by Oli — June 3, 2013 @ 5:08 pm
  12. Hey Olivier,

    I ran that session last week – and while I discovered during and after some potential for optimisation it did run quite ok. The customer was happy 🙂

    So I will do that more often to practice.

    Lessons learned for others:
    1) The game created a lot of momentum and energy. I did too much talking after the game and some of the energy got lost. Next time I would keep the talk short and release people with the positive energy they gathered.
    2) 4 hours would have been enough. We used 4:30 and it felt at least 30 minutes to long.

    Cheers,
    Dennis

    Comment by Dennis — June 22, 2013 @ 12:41 am
  13. nice 🙂 You may find you need less or more than 4 hours depending on the group you have.

    Did you capture their acceptance criteria for the session at the beginning and did you check they were all satisfied at the end? >> this is a nice trick to know when you can stop talking and wrap up the session (i.e. when all acceptance criteria are satisfied or some can only be satisfied outside such session 🙂

    Happy it worked for you! Maybe we could pair next time?!!

    Comment by Oli — July 2, 2013 @ 8:40 am
  14. Interesting site indeed. Question, am I allowed to download and print Planning-Poker-Pdf.pdf and use it internally?

    Comment by herbert — August 14, 2013 @ 9:04 am
  15. Hi Herbert,
    Absolutely, feel free to download, print and distribute the cards!

    Comment by Oli — August 14, 2013 @ 5:36 pm

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