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Scrum Trainings with LEGO

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Reading Time: 1 minute Agilists and Scrum evangelists love funny and playful exercises. They are especial in love with LEGO bricks. Here are 3 LEGO sessions for scrum training: LEGO City Scrum, EGO Airport Scrum and Continuous Integration with LEGO. But do not mix it up with LEGO® Serious Play.

Scrum Trainings with LEGO

Agilists and Scrum evangelists love fun and playful exercises. They are especially in love with LEGO©  bricks. The community is addictively attached to LEGOs as tools to illustrate learning content, run simulations and uncover obstacles — in community slang called "impediments".

However, if you use LEGO©  in these learning or simulation contexts, please do not mix it up with LEGO® Serious Play©.

LEGO® Serious Play©  is not a training tool. Much more, it is a general problem-solution technique. For the differences, please read my blog post "What LEGO Serious Play is — and what it is not!"

Here in this post, I want to show you games, to teach agile mindset and principles with LEGO©. These games were created by my colleagues and friends Alexey Krivitsky, Thorsten O. Kalnin, and myself. All games are shared by Common Creative License. By following the license condition, you can use these games in your Scrum training.

Note: This list is fed dynamically by my postings on LEGO 4 Agile games (tag: "lego agile game"). — So stay tuned for all games newly listed!

LEGO Continuous Integration game

LEGO Continuous Integration game

The LEGO Continuous Integration game illustrates agile mindset and the benefits of Continuous Integration.
LEGO Scrum Airport

LEGO Scrum Airport

The LEGO Scrum Airport game illustrates Agile Mindset, the Scrum ceremonies and roles. It fits best to close a Scrum training. However, you can run it as stand-alone workshop as well.
LEGO Scrum City

LEGO Scrum City

The LEGO Scrum City game illustrates Agile Mindset, the Scrum ceremonies and its roles. The game fits best to close a Scrum training. However, you can run it as stand-alone workshop as well.
Participants Workshop Product Owner Challenge

POChallenge — Product Owner Challenge Game

The Product Owner Challenge Game is an agile game with Lego bricks. The goal is to illustrate a waterfall-driven product development culture transitioning from Waterfall to Agile the agile mindset: communicate face-to-face clear objectives, requirements, and product vision — a real challenge for a product development department.
"May the power of bricks be with thou"Trust me, I'm a trained LEGO Serious Play facilitator.
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