Agile Games Conference


Presented by: Savvy Katham

People deliver. Period. However, if people are understood they will deliver MORE.
Empathy Map game focuses on understanding teams (people) and their thoughts and taking necessary action as needed. It helps teams to express emotions that they encounter through out the project execution.

Closing Activity

Presented by: Jason Tice

Interactive session where participants work in small groups to share what they have learned visibily and then in groups make action plans of what they are going to do with it - will also include a full conference retrospective with a Dinosaur


Presented by: Todd Charron

Are you as powerful as you need to be? Do you over power the room and rub people the wrong way?
Why is that? What if there was something you could do about it?
In improvisation, in order to create realistic and compelling characters we study status. That is, how does how we carry ourselves impact our relationship status with other people and how does it change in relation to others?


Presented by: Damon Poole and Gillian Lee

Agile helps you to deliver what’s valuable to the customer faster. You can capture, prioritize, communicate, and deliver that value with good user stories. In our experience, a major impediment to writing good user stories in the real word is a lack of example stories.  
Click here for the User Story Game materials.


Presented by: Stacey Dyer

How many times have you sat through a brainstorm session and melted under the table only to hope you can crawl out the door with ninja-like stealth? Brainstorming doesn't have to suck, but sometimes it does because people have a hard time breaking out of their usual thought process. 
Blow up the brainstorm barrier with WWXD: What Would X Do?