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Resource Category: New Team

Simple and fun exercises and experiments you can run with your team to help them improve.

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Resource Category: New Team

  • Paint the Story Point

    Is your Scrum team or stakeholders, confused about Story Point estimation and velocity practice?

    This exercise will help illustrate how it should work, give a deeper understanding, and help everyone have better conversations.

    The “Paint the Story Point” exercise can not only be a great, fun energizer but also illustrates what Story Points is trying to achieve and helps avoid the dark side of its misuse and application. Additionally, it demonstrates that velocity is a result used for forecasting – and nothing else.

    So, we thought it would be good to have a virtual format version.


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  • Know your Scrum Accountabilities?

    A fun and interactive exercise we tend to run to help Scrum teams, or a group, explore their understanding of Scrum accountabilities.

    Useful exercise for newly formed teams, or to kick start a team, to help them have the correct boundary understanding of the Scrum Accountabilities, to enable them to become a self-managed team.

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  • Create your Definition of Done

    A useful exercise with your team to create your Definition of Done and to obtain the transparency of what your current done is and the gap between this meaning valuable and usable. In software development, this would mean releasable.

    Teams then can use this transparency to help them decide on what the next steps are needed to get them closer to a Definition of Done which means a releasable increment at the end of each Sprint.

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