Making a list of tools that will be used

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Making a list of tools that will be used, processes/practices that teams willuse, etcDefining actions that are needed to work together effectivelyThe Perfection Game:The Perfection Game can be used to get feedback on a product or service that hasbeen provided. It is also a retrospective exercise usable to discover strengths anddefine effective improvement actions. The perfection game gives power to theteams and helps them to self organize and become more agile.To get feedback with a perfection game you ask people to provide answers to thefollowing questions:I rate the product/service … on a scale from 1-10What I liked about it …To make it perfect …People have to rate the value that they received on a scale from 1 to 10, based onhow much value they think they could add themselves by improving the product orservice. For example, when there is nothing that they think they can improve, theyshould rate with a 10. If they think that they could make it twice as valuable, theyshould give it a 5Speed Dating:Agile speed dating is a good way to discuss delicate subjects. After the first sprintsthe easy problems are solved and the more difficult ones remain. To solve thesedifficult subjects agile speed dating is a recommended method.Setting up the venue – 5 minutes
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Before the group enters the space, place sets of chairs facing one anotherthroughout the room. Explain the rules to your team and have them divide into twogroups. Group A will remain stationary. Group B will rotate clockwise upon hearingthe buzzer or bell. Each individual within both groups should be given a card thatcontains their name.Speed Dating – 5 minutes per pairAssuming you have 10 teammates, there will be 5 rotations in total. Each encountershould be time boxed to 5 minutes. This gives each teammate the chance to voicetheir thoughts around the iteration and have open dialogue around opinions theymay share or even differences of opinion. As the host, it is your responsibility tosound a buzzer at each 5 minute interval so that Group B can rotate to the nextpairing and begin their discussion promptly.Speed Dating Retrospective – 5 minutesBy now, the rotation has completed and each member of Group A has had aconversation with each member of Group B. Instruct each teammate to write thename of someone in the opposite group whom they felt either the most in sync within regards to their iteration thoughts, or someone that shared something of greatvalue. Once you collect the cards, you will take a few moments to hopefully find afew that match.Speed Dating Results – 15 minutesInvite the matches up to the front of the room and congratulate them forrecognizing and appreciating one another’s opinions. Have each one of them take amoment to explain something that stuck out around their conversation.Speed Dating “Duds” / Wrap up – 15 minutesWhile not everyone may have established a “match”, we know there was still a lotof great dialogue. This is an opportunity for people to talk about meaningful

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