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Monday, July 25 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Games for Doing (Don McGreal) Popular

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Abstract:
This fun, energetic, and interactive session will explore how games and other exercises can help teams better collaborate to get things done. Games are not just child's play, we will discuss how games are a serious technique for facilitating and accelerating creative work. The audience will participate in a series of games that can be applied in their day-to-day work to make collaboration more engaging and meaningful.
This session is for Product Owners, Facilitators, Product Managers, Development Teams, or anyone involved in creative, collaborative work. After a quick introduction on the power of play, the audience will participate in four or five games selected to demonstrate different styles and work outputs.
All games and instructions will be made available on TastyCupcakes.org for reference.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Create better meetings through more engagement and collaboration
  • Learn how a team can work together more effectively with games
  • Learn a new set of facilitation tools for:
  • - Creating Business Models
  • - Creating Vision
  • - Creating Product Backlogs
  • - Prioritizing
  • - Sizing
  • Have fun
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Don McGreal

VP, training, Improving
In his role as VP of Learning Solutions at Improving Enterprises, Don McGreal is a hands-on Agile consultant and instructor.  He specializes in Agile Coaching at the enterprise and team levels within larger organizations. Don is a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer who has authored and taught classes for thousands of software professionals around the globe. He is also co-founder of TastyCupcakes.org, a comprehensive collection of... Read More →


Monday July 25, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Regency VI

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