Learn an Agile Game that can help you improve the Daily Scrum Meeting while identifying the patterns that destroy the Daily, as well as highlighting the drivers of positive change
Raluca Mitan (Carl Zeiss Group – Germany) is an agile coach, trainer, innovator, and learner. She supports organizations in their agile journeys and loves to experiment with teams and managers to continually improve work and make customers happy. Her current Agile playground is the Carl Zeiss Digital Innovation Lab, where she helps develop great products and supports innovation and creativity, as well as cooking together and promoting our great music band.
Contributions to the Agile Community:
Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast (with Vasco Duarte) – 5 podcasts series (2019)
An active blogger on agilecricket.com
Contributor to pmmagazine.net (2019)
Writer – her first book about the Daily Scrum Meeting together with InfoQ (2019-2020)
Topic: “Games Based Learnings – Can we cure the Daily with a Game?” (#Agile)
Does your Daily Scrum suffer from ’storytelling’ or ‘problem solving’ symptoms, as well as Sprint Goal amnesia? Does your Daily Scrum therapy take longer than 15 minutes, but still no relevant information is being shared? We can prescribe a cure with an Agile Game specially designed to improve your Daily Scrum: The Daily Stand-up Game.
Join our interactive therapy session and learn how to cure the Daily Scrum with game cards, while identifying the patterns that destroy the Daily, as well as highlighting the drivers of positive change. You may notice side effects like ‘having Fun’ and ’self-organization’.
The topic will fit within the Collaboration, Customers, and Teams with a clear focus on Collaboration and Teams. When the presentation is over the participants will have the opportunity to receive FREE Cards Decks to immediate test with their teams back at work, or simply download the game online for FREE.