The Elements of Scrum

Check out this new card deck  I created!

I was bored with receiving these poker cards after a training (no offense, but i have too many of them). I thought it would make more sense to get stuff that helps you learning the Scrum framework.

Go get a deck or order a personalized batch for your company at scrumcards.org

 

Clarifying roles

poroleUnclear or too many roles do not produce good scrum. Use this game to verify that the separation of concerns is implemented correctly or to prove the opposite.

Introduction

This game is useful when you are in a scrum environment where the separation of roles is unclear.  It might be the case that there are more roles than prescribed by scrum, or that people are unaware of the responsibilities of each role.

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The Airbase game (learning the benefits of failing fast)

airbaseYour team develops and launches a new product in the market. The goal is to sell a new product for 50 euros to the customer. Your team works iteratively according to Scrum. Each iteration will cost 50 euros and the total budget is limited to 200 euros. The customer has a limited budget, which also fluctuates. The team that has the highest amount of money after running three sprints, wins the game.

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