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StrategicPlay at Scan-Agile

Last week, I facilitated a StrategicPlay session at ScanAgile titled “Agile Community Building – Using StrategicPlay with Lego”. Participants co-created a vision of the perfect agile community. We captured the teams presenting their models on video. Enjoy the inspiration!

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Last week, I facilitated a StrategicPlay session at Scan-Agile titled “Agile Community Building – Using StrategicPlay with Lego”. Participants co-created a vision of the perfect agile community. We captured the teams presenting their models on video. Enjoy the inspiration!

The Agile Elephant

The first presentation shows “Agile” on the back of an elephant (the similarity to Discworld was intentional, I heard later) confronting the established mindset... Note the reference to Brian Marick.

Ivory Tower of Knowledge

Valuable ideas are created and brought to the customer. Flowers, a disco ball, and a flag, of course.

People Connecting their Thoughts

Cosy space, where anybody can come and enjoy themselves. Couches. And a journey from waterfall... Breaking down barriers.

A Safety Net for Trust

People can rely on others, can feel safe to jump. An open door, transparent space. And a treasure chest of ideas!

Thanks to all participants for joining their minds to create these visions! It's been a pleasure to facilitate this session. If you want to use this approach to co-create visions or solutions for wicked problems—contact us!

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