Tag: agile

5 September 2012 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Free Retreats, our way to serve you and grow competence.

As passionate people at work, we are constantly on stage and we never take enough time to practise. Our retreats are meant for practise and sharing experiences on a regular base in order to shrink the gap between where the level of our skills are and where we want it to be. There is no pressure to actually achieve visible results or initiate change, the...

30 July 2012 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Gamestorming in the mountains of Rasnov

A little over a week ago I was in Rasnov, Romania, to facilitate the first gamestorming retreat over there. You know how it was 26 degrees in Belgium? Well, that was cold in comparison to the 36 we had over there. Most of the participants didn't really seem to have any issue with this. I on the other hand was sweating as soon as I...

4 March 2012 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Lego ® Serious play ® for retrospectives

Somewhere beginning 2010 I got introduced into the subject of Lego ® Serious play ® by Olaf Lewitz who was trained in Germany as a certified facilitator. It stroke me as a very powerful toolset to improve team collaboration and problem solving process within a safe and friendly environment. This encouraged me to continue reading and experimenting with the technique in various contexts of which I learned its results can...

31 January 2012 / Agile & Scrum
Innovation Games for Process Optimization

First time I have been using Innovation Games was about 6 years ago for product innovation and in the mean time I have been experimenting with different games for different purposes but always in the atmosphere of product design & implementation with and without customers, with and without end users… different settings, different games but always fun and productive! Due to the fact that I...