Ben Linders Consulting
Becoming agile is a journey, and it can be a difficult one. The Agile Self-Assessment Game is there for you to see how agile you are – and smoothly and successfully travel your agile journey.
Assuming that you know why you want to become agile (a first but crucial step), you start looking for ways of getting there. Questions like "what do you want to keep from your current way of working?" and "what would you like to change?" will come up at the start. The next questions that usually pop up are "how are we doing?" and "what can we do to improve?".
Come play the Agile Self-Assessment Game in teams to discover how agile you are – and what you can do to increase your agility.
Players will receive a link to download the card game so that they can play it in their own organisations (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 License).
I designed this game based on my experience with coaching teams, and my background in organisational development and assessments.
Ben Linders is an independent consultant in agile, lean, quality and continuous improvement, based in The Netherlands. He's the author of Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives, Waardevolle Agile Retrospectives, What Drives Quality and Continuous Improvement. He's also the creator of the Agile Self-assessment Game.
As an adviser, coach and trainer, he helps organisations deploy effective software development and management practices. He focuses on continuous improvement, collaboration and communication - and professional development - to deliver business value to customers.
Ben is an active member of agile, lean and quality networks, and a well-known speaker and author. He shares his experiences in a bilingual blog (Dutch and English), as an editor for Culture and Methods at InfoQ and as an expert in communities like Computable, Quora, DZone and TechTarget.