Find some Agile QuickTips videos on this YouTube page from ThinkLouder: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq1uKZ0llJ8D6mT_94brhFg
This blog post explains what all the new Agile team names are all about: https://medium.com/@achardypm/agile-team-organisation-squads-chapters-tribes-and-guilds-80932ace0fdc
In this post Keith McCandless explores three primary levels of use and implications for future development.
- Playful-Practical Tools: Liberating Structures are a set of seriously playful tools that generate creative engagement and practical results in meetings.
- A Principled Repertoire: As LS are introduced into everyday work or activities, they start to replace conventional patterns at a deeper level. New habits and patterns start to form.
- Inventive DNA: Fewer users notice immediately the five microstructural design elements underneath each LS can be recombined endlessly.
The Five microstructural design elements are:
- Make an invitation
- Sequence & Allocate Time
- Arrange Space
- Configure Groups
- Distribute Participation
Read the complete post here: https://blog.usejournal.com/liberating-structures-iceberg-fac5186e2a65
Read how you can use Liberating Structures to facilitate a strategic planning: https://fullcirc.com/2018/03/21/facilitating-strategic-planning-in-complex-contexts/
- Step 1: Increase the Depth and Breadth of Transparency
- Step 2: Apply Lean Principles Simplified
- Step 3: Expect Change and Seek Better (i.e. Inspect and Adapt)
- Step 4: Focus on Delivering a “Done” Increment
- Step 5: Move Beyond the Low Hanging Fruit
Read the complete article here: https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/scrum-mastery-5-steps-improve-team-process
In this post, The Liberators explain the Liberating Structure What, So What Now What and how they use this structure within the context of Scrum.
Read the complete article here: https://medium.com/the-liberators/create-shared-understanding-with-what-so-what-now-what-6dda51d5bcf9
In this post, The Liberators bust the myth that the Product Owner is a proxy for stakeholders. The bottom-line is that Scrum Teams become significantly less Agile when only the Product Owner communicates with stakeholders. Instead of framing the Product Owner as a proxy, they instead prefer to explain the Product Owner as the person responsible for including stakeholders in the conversation. They offer a few concrete tips on how to do this.