Heroes of Agility – Weds 2/09, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST

About this Event

In this session you will play a game that you can use to help teach Agile, Scrum, and Kanban. You will team up as a band of adventurers to seek your fortune and battle monsters for gold! The game is fast paced, with no turns. Anyone can do anything at any time. Explore the map, move your adventurer, or team up to battle Skeletons, Orcs, Giants, Dragons, and even the mighty Behemoth . Play is in 5 minute timeboxed rounds. In each round you attempt to do better as a team than before. To defeat a monster, you’ll need to use a variety of skills including wordplay, math, and simple drawing. The game illustrates most of the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto and the mechanics of Scrum and Kanban. A Mural template of the game will be provided for use with your teams. Connecting with a tablet or PC required for participation. 

Guest Speakers: Damon Poole

Damon is an Enterprise Agile Coach and the co-author of Professional Coaching for Agilists (Addison-Wesley). In addition he offers courses on Agile Coaching and Professional Coaching. He has coached and trained thousands of people at companies such as EMC, Capital One, Oanda, Ford, and Fidelity. As a coach of coaches at Eliassen, Damon led the Agile Delivery team which grew to hundreds of Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches in the field. He is an International Coaching Federation Associate Certified Coach, International Coach Academy Certified Professional Coach, and ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Coaching. Damon frequently presents at local and international Agile meetups and conferences such as the Agile Alliance Conference, Play4Agile, and Agile and Beyond. He has also co-created a series of popular Agile games such as User Story Games, Agile Coaching Games, Heroes of Agility, and a small collection of online games. Learning through play is a consistent element of his work. 


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