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Pass on Perfection
Developed by
April Jefferson Paul Boos
@SoulCraftswoman @Paul_Boos
develop a concept
in a round robin
f...
The Flow of Pass on Perfection
Participants will
develop a concept
in a round robin
fashion with ideation
then perfection
...
Choose a Goal
I want a product to . . .
Help Visualize Strategy
Help Improve health
Obtain Housing Sight Unseen
Improve Mu...
Discuss
● How did your team work
together?
● What difficulties did you have?
● How did you prioritize work in
your group?
...
Design Thinking Process
Empathize
Define
IdeatePrototype
Test
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Pass on Perfection

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This deck explains how the Pass on Perfection game created by April Jefferson and myself at the 2016 US Agile Coach Camp in Saint Louis. This game combines improv "Yes and..." thinking, the perfection game from the Core Protocols, and a round robin play or pass game mechanic. It is useful for creating ideas and then deciding what should be a part of any minimally viable X (product for example). This particular presentation is the same one given at Agile2019.

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Pass on Perfection

  1. 1. Pass on Perfection Developed by April Jefferson Paul Boos @SoulCraftswoman @Paul_Boos develop a concept in a round robin fashion with ideation then perfection END Participants on by one add on last statemen Participants repeat until everyone has passed with no action Participants one by one perfect by re-prioritizing and/or removing non-essentials with agreement from others Choose a goal Retro as a Team 1 4 5 6
  2. 2. The Flow of Pass on Perfection Participants will develop a concept in a round robin fashion with ideation then perfection END START No editing or correcting is allowed during ideation and additions build upon the last idea using “Yes and” thinking Someone voluntarily starts by sharing a short statement with a sticky note Participants one by one add on the last statement Participants repeat until everyone has passed with no action Participants one by one perfect by re-prioritizing and/or removing non-essentials with agreement from others Participants repeat until everyone has passed with no action to create a perfection result Choose a goal Retro as a Team 1 2 34 5 6 7 The Flow of Pass on Perfection Participants will develop a concept in a round robin fashion with ideation then perfection END START No editing or correcting is allowed during ideation and additions build upon the last idea using “Yes and” thinking Someone voluntarily starts by sharing a short statement with a sticky note Participants one by one add on the last statement Participants repeat until everyone has passed with no action Participants one by one perfect by re-prioritizing and/or removing non-essentials with agreement from others Participants repeat until everyone has passed with no action to create a perfection result Choose a goal Retro as a Team 1 2 34 5 6 7 The Flow of Pass on Perfection April Jefferson @SoulCraftswoman Paul Boos @paul_boos
  3. 3. Choose a Goal I want a product to . . . Help Visualize Strategy Help Improve health Obtain Housing Sight Unseen Improve Musical Improvisation <You Choose>
  4. 4. Discuss ● How did your team work together? ● What difficulties did you have? ● How did you prioritize work in your group? ● What was your level of emotional attachment to ideas? ● What did you learn? ● What impact did the warm-up exercise have? ● How did this exercise provide space for psychological safety? ● How would you use Pass on Perfection? ● What would you do or did do differently to improve the exercise? ● What other uses could this exercise apply to?
  5. 5. Design Thinking Process Empathize Define IdeatePrototype Test

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