? The Meeting Spicer ?
The 30-second workout to make your work-meetings awesome!
Wemanity is proud to support the Meeting Spicer project! Regis Schneider our Weman and his friend Dov Tsal – two Agile coaches who have been working for years with different organizations worldwide – came to the realization that the one recurring issue for most organizations of all types and sizes is ineffective meetings.
If your meetings lack energy and focus, this tool is for you!
The Meeting-Spicer is a set of 30-second group activities designed to help your team feel more engaged in meetings that finally become more effective and fun!
The Demo DIY version of the game includes:
- Detailed instruction for cutting and setting up the deck.
- A mini usage booklet.
- Start-Meeting cards, End-Meeting cards, and Surprise cards.
- Sample Role-cards, Time-cards, and Emoticards.
- Some blank cards, allowing you to add your own ideas.
The Illustrated Guide to Sprint Review best practices
The book you are about to download is the fruit of a unique collaboration. PSA‘s Customer Digital Factory and Wemanity joined forces to assemble their best Sprint Review practices. Similarly to our first Illustrated Guide on Agile Best Practices, co-creation is at the heart of this singular project.
This guide, in which you will find all these Sprint Review best practices to be adopted urgently, bears the fruit of this moment of sharing and collective work.
Can I receive the digital version of the guide? Yes you can!
The Illustrated Guide to Agile Best Practices
The book you are about to download is the fruit of an experience like no other. Wemanity launched a daunting challenge to the French Agile community: to co-write a book, together and in 48 hours, bundling our best practices, those we hold close to our hearts.
This guide, in which you will find all these Agile practices to be adopted urgently, bears the fruit of this moment of sharing and collective work.
The Agile Trends Insights 2018
We’ve asked Agile experts of our community what 2018 would bring us when it comes to Agile maturity.
Their answers give insight into the current state of Agile and point out five Agile trends.
These trends are the result of an explorative online survey held end 2017 and taken by 140 people. Respondents come from all over Europe, however France, Belgium and The Netherlands are highlighted. The goal was to collect data on Agile practices, knowledge and experience in order to define the state of Agile.
We hope you enjoy reading about these trends and that they add to your knowledge about the current state of Agile.
Are you curious about discovering the 5 trends? Download the results for free and enjoy!
Whitepaper “The Agile side of DevOps”
Lean and Agile concepts have become mainstream in most software and product development environments. When thinking of the Supply Chain of product/software development, DevOps has become the de-facto approach, introducing Lean principles in order to optimise the value chain between designing a software product, releasing it into the market, and providing maintenance.
But, how do Agile and DevOps relate to each other? Is DevOps a type of Agile implementation?
Our DevOps thought-leaders will explain why it’s not and give you the Agile key success factors for a DevOps implementation in this whitepaper.
Drop us your email and we will happily send you the whitepaper in PDF format for free.