Tobias Mayer facilitará un taller de un día en Buenos Aires, Argentina. Está orientado a Scrum Masters y agile coaches.
Se explorarán los principios y valores de Scrum. Este taller no se focaliza en las prácticas (se asume que los participantes tienen familiaridad con ellas) y explora Scrum en un nivel más profundo y humano. A través de una serie de juegos, ejercicios interactivos y conversaciones facilitadas, se adquirirá una comprención más profunda del nuevo esquema de pensamiento requerido para hacer Scrum. Esto no es sobre metodologías o procesos, es sobre divertirse
Este evento será dado en inglés. Aunque por el tipo de evento no es imprescindible el hablar y entender perfectamente, ya que el resto de los que asistimos podremos dar una mano.
Scrum is quickly being seen as the de facto way of starting out down an Agile pathway. People see it as a quick and easy way in. The problem is that Scrum is very easily misunderstood. There are a multitude of Scrum Facades in place around the world, companies who claim to be doing Scrum because they have people with the titles of “Scrum Master” and “Product Owner”, have daily meetings, maybe even planning meetings, reviews and retrospectives, keep a backlog of work and show some sort of burn down graph each sprint.
Underneath the facade though, the same old command and control beast lurks, the same old fear and CYA behavior. Nothing has essentially changed. So what is missing? I believe the spirit of Scrum is missing, the essence of change.
Scrum is not just a framework and a set of roles, meetings and artifacts. Scrum is a way of being that is utterly different from any previous way of working that we have encountered in the software industry. To do Scrum — to really do Scrum — requires an absolute shift in the way we think and act.
Scrum relies on some core principles:
and some essential values:
This session will allow Scrum practitioners to reach the next level of Scrum by exploring some of these underlying foundations in a highly experiential way. The session will consist of a series of interactive exercises and facilitated discussion designed to help participants not just understand, but embody these principles and values at a deep level.
I create and/or adapt new games frequently, the majority require no props, and usually require the participants to be on their feet. Most have simple formats and can be easily remembered. None of them have pre-determined outcomes: they are all about self-discovery. For more detailed information on the kinds of games and interactive exercises I’ll use for this session please follow one or more of these links to descriptions of sessions I have run previously.
This session is intended as a taster and it is hoped participants will be encouraged to explore more deeply the human interaction foundations of Scrum once they leave the conference.