I currently experiment with games to show participants of my workshops how communication does (not) work and where the challenges are. The newest prototype is a communications domino. It looks a bit like domino and it works about the same, except… Well, see for yourself.
The economic struggle makes Scrum at Scale into a money-factor. While doing projects you have to consider what features actually have business value. But value isn’t only a questions of making money. There are other factors that are linked indirectly to money. Or that are even not at all connected to it.
„How to measure value“ weiterlesen
I let my Students at a University of Applied Sciences work with Scrum for one semester. My learning is, that you can apply Scrum in very different contexts, because its simple rules make self-organization feasible and the transparency gives a good bases for communication.
„Scrum in higher education (Part III): What I’ve learnt from working with Scrum“ weiterlesen
My students at a University of Applied Sciences in economics worked with Scrum for one semester to produce concepts and texts for corporate communication for their fictional companies.
„Scrum in higher education (Part II): How my students worked with Scrum“ weiterlesen
I wanted my students to be more intrinsically motivated so I introduced them to Scrum and let them work totally self-organized for a whole semester. Here are my thoughts about how I set up the framework in my special context.
„Scrum in higher education (Part I): How I introduced Scrum to my students“ weiterlesen
Meine erste Erfahrung mit agiler Didaktik liegt schon ein paar Jahre zurück. Ich habe damals, im Team-Teaching, einen Kurs in der Form des Problem Based Learning (PBL) angeboten. Das Ergebnis hatte mich damals etwas enttäuscht. Es ist zwar gut gelaufen, ich habe mich aber gefragt: “Wars das jetzt?”
„Agile Didaktik“ weiterlesen