Planning to teach Scrum?
Consider bringing a bag of LEGOs!
Although there is probably hundreds of ways to run the simulation, the paper by Alexey Krivitsky gives the bare minimum facilitation guidelines and advices to make the simulation a great experience not only for your students but as well for yourself.
Have run the simulation?
Write it up!
We'd love to post your experience reports as a blog post, an article, photos and videos as many others have already done.
Hey LEGO Lovers,
The LEGO Set referred to in the facilitator's guide is no longer available in stores.
So here are few ideas for its replacement.
Filmed and shared by Bartosz Zieleźnik
Bartosz has shared with us recently an amazing video from his lego4scrum workshop.
Enjoy every second!
Written by David Cartagena,
Project Manager at mhs.com
We have been working hard to increase adoption of scrum to multiple teams as we’ve had some great success with one project while others have had difficulties getting off the ground.
I took it upon myself to investigate opportunities on how to increase collaboration and understanding of the scrum process with my teams as they worked on multiple projects that were driving towards one collective goal.
Then I found Lego Scrum!
The basis of the session was to build my city, I also took the opportunity to start introducing some of our project managers as scrum masters within the exercise.
We had participation of 18 people from multiple departments: UX, Research, QA, Marketing, Programming, Project Managers, IT and 2 interns! It was great involvement for the first attempt to run a scrum training session within the company.
Posted by Alexey Krivitsky
Congrats to all followers and lego4scrum lovers!
We're happy to announce that we've launched a website.
We hope that www.lego4scrum.com looks much better and also serves you better.
Lets's keep on rolling.