Time: 60 Min
Experiential
4.1/5
LEGO® Level
2/5
Fun
3.6/5
The classic LEAT® Brick. Realy unlock the power of experiential learning by internalising a full Scrum cycle in just 60 minutes. 

Details:

LEAT® Coach prerequisite: Scrum knowledge

Target Audience: Future Scrum teams and management

Groups of 3 to 5

LEGO®: LEAT® Basic Bricks Set per group

Why of Scrum

1.

Build (Theory)

Use the slides provide for a general intro on the Why of Agile and Scrum or create your own context-specific intro. 

Experience

Several paradigm shifts have come together to create Scrum

10 Min.

Reflect

Powerful Questions:
  • What are the paradigm shifts in your world?
  •  

Abstract

Something different is about to happen here

Product Backlog

2.

Build

  1. Elect your Product Owner
  2. Understand the Product Backlog items

  3. Order on perceived value and estimated effort

Don’t over instruct on the How, let them self-organize

Experience

  1. Limited information yet rich when done in group.
  2. Creating Common understanding.
  3. Self-organisation
  4. Bonus: Relative ordering

Mingle between the tables and instruct on the above when questions arise from the groups on these topics.  

5 Min.

Reflect

Powerful Questions:
  • What did that you experience? 
  • What did that feel like? 
  • Did it work?
  • Interaction?
  • Effective?
  • What could go wrong?
  • What is the difference between the current way of analysis/working in your organization?

Abstract

  1. Just-Enough: User Stories
  2. Bonus: Relative ordering vs absolute quantification

Sprint Planning

3.

Build

What items from the Backlog can we get done in the next Sprint?

Don’t over instruct on the How, let them self-manage

Experience

  1. Limited information yet richer when done in group.
  2. Self-managing

Mingle between the tables and instruct on the above when questions arise from the groups on these topics.  

5 Min.

Reflect

Powerful Questions:
  • What did that you experience? 
  • What did that feel like? 
  • Teamwork?
  • Confident?
  • What is the difference between the current way of analysis/working in your organization?

Abstract

  1. Just in time: No Big Upfront lengthy analysis and design
  2. Timebox: Dive right in, learn by doing

Sprint Day 1

  1. Drive but also “Chaotic”
  2. Productivity, everybody bussy
  3. Role Product owner

Mingle between the tables and reflect later on the above when questions arise from the groups on these topics.  

4.

Build

Build in 3 minutes the items of the Stories.

Don’t over instruct on the How, let them self-manage

Experience

5 Min.

Reflect

Powerful Questions:
  • What did that you experience? 
  • What did that feel like for you? Chaos or lack of structure or …
  • Teamwork?
  • What is the role of the Product owner?
  • What is the difference between the current way of analysis/working in your organization?

Abstract

Working but 

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