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Games for feedback - Agile on the Beach 2018

Slides of the workshop given with Stanislava Potupchik @p_stanika at Agile on the Beach 2018

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Games for feedback - Agile on the Beach 2018

  1. 1. Games for feedback Agile on the Beach 2018 @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  2. 2. Serious games @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  3. 3. @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  4. 4. Why feedback? @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  5. 5. Agenda ● Impromptu networking ● Monsters are coming! ● 25/10 crowdsourcing @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  6. 6. Impromptu networking - 10 minutes Make pairs (with someone you don’t usually work everyday) and discuss what was the worst/best feedback you’ve ever given/received? Groups of 8 people (4 pairs) Everyone tells a one sentence story of their partner before @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  7. 7. Monsters are coming! @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  8. 8. Monsters are coming! @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC Make groups of 2-3 people Draw a crazy monster in 6 minutes! Keep it secret from your peers
  9. 9. Monsters are coming! @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC Write the description of your crazy monster in 8 minutes! Another group will draw your monster following your description, so keep hiding your drawing!
  10. 10. Monsters are coming! @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC Get together with other group Exchange monster’s description with them Draw the other group’s monster in 8 minutes
  11. 11. Monster Review session! @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC Without showing original drawings… Each group gives feedback to the other group regarding the instructions received and the drawing
  12. 12. Now reveal original drawings and compare!
  13. 13. Monsters are coming! - Briefing @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC 1. How did it go, what was fun about that, what was difficult? 2. Have you tried any patterns of giving and receiving feedback and what impact it had on you? 3. How can you transfer the understanding you got here into your day to day life?
  14. 14. 25/10 crowdsourcing Everybody with a paper and a pen. Write a clear and short answer to: what is the most important quality of useful feedback? @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  15. 15. 25/10 crowdsourcing Do this 5 times For 20 sec keep exchanging cards with people around you In each pause score on the back of the card the answer (1 lowest - 5 highest) Calculate total and form a line ordered by total score @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC
  16. 16. @p_stanika @Mind_of_AC Stanislava Potupchik Antonio Cobo