The Agile Dojo: Your home to learn and practice Agile!
Looking for a good time? Join the Agile Dojo!
The Agile Dojo is a safe place to learn and practice your Agile skills.
Let’s play an Agile Game together. What’s an agile game? An agile game is a playful activity that either teaches you something about agile or helps you get real work done.
Each month, we’ll learn and practice a new activity. You’ll learn something new about Agile, learn how to facilitate an activity, and learn a new way to get your real work done.
Our backlog of activities:
- At our June dojo, we’ll do something incredibly fun with our special guest, Patricia Kong of Scrum.org! Get a preview of Patricia at With Great People: The Podcast for High-Performance Teams, where she was our guest last year.
- Past sessions have included Build Your Own Scrum: Online, Agile Point Game, Product Inception Canvas, Team Transformation Canvas, and more. We’ll begin 2022 with a Futurespective and continue with a backlog of awesome fun activities. (Looking for awesome fun activities for your team? Here are more than 15 activities to use with your amazing team.)
- 12:45 pm: Join the meet-up via Zoom and enjoy our opening entertaining (we’ll send you the Zoom details separately via email)
- 1:00 pm: Fun learning activity
- 2:00 pm: The dojo closes for the day
*All times are Boston, MA, USA.
See you at the dojo!
Your lead facilitator is Richard Kasperowski. Richard Kasperowski is an author, teacher, speaker, and coach focused on team building and high-performance teams. Richard is the author of two books: High-Performance Teams: The Foundations and The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness, as well as the forthcoming book High-Performance Teams: Core Protocols for Psychological Safety and Emotional Intelligence. He leads clients in building and maintaining high-performance teams that get great results using the Core Protocols, Agile, and Open Space Technology. Richard created and teaches the course Agile Software Development at Harvard University, and he co-teaches the Spark! fellowship at Boston University. Learn more at www.kasperowski.com.
**This event may be recorded. By registering, you agree that organizers may record your voice and image and reuse it for subsequent training and marketing.