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This is more advanced game based on my basic Agile game; it focuses on understanding the relationship between Optimization, Prioritization, Throughput, Impediment (removal), Metier (or …
This is more advanced game based on my basic Agile game; it focuses on understanding the relationship between Optimization, Prioritization, Throughput, Impediment (removal), Metier (or specialization), Utilization, and Sizing. It is the instructions for an experiential game to help people realize how the choices teams make can greatly affect their means to deliver. It applies lean concepts into iterative development.
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What do story points mean? (look for common understanding through the ability to estimate and that it is relative in nature)
How would you really go about deciding story points?
Could a split story’s points be greater than the original story’s?
The loss of a point is the context switching the person is doing; this occurs each time a person moves from one task to another.
Remember: the average # of points that is calculated for a person to work per day is 5.4; this means that there are 28 (29 if the deck has the recommended 3 Jokers) below that (impediments mean no points work), while there are 26 above this value.
After several iterations have occurred, it may be worth noting whether they are pairing on stories (more likely to complete them) and/or whether the story size is too large. If these are being noted… Ask the following questions:
What could you do to help get work to done
The loss of a point is the context switching the person is doing; this occurs each time a person moves from one task to another.
Remember: the average # of points that is calculated for a person to work per day is 5.4; this means that there are 28 (29 if the deck has the recommended 3 Jokers) below that (impediments mean no points work), while there are 26 above this value.
After several iterations have occurred, it may be worth noting whether they are pairing on stories (more likely to complete them) and/or whether the story size is too large. If these are being noted… Ask the following questions:
What could you do to help get work to done