Agile facilitators, be aware, now you are about to be replaced – by a cube. Just kidding. But have you ever felt that your meetings are not on track? Or that you have a hard time doing the elevator pitch for that backlog grooming meeting you would like your team to have? Or do you meeting often ends in thin air? Comes your rescue: The Agile Meeting Cube.
The Agile Meeting Cubes gives you purpose, expected outcome and a suggested checklist and possible tools to use for six classical Agile or Scrum Meetings:
- Release Planning
- Backlog grooming
- Sprint Planning
- Daily Standup
- Sprint Review
- Sprint Retrospective
Download it from conceptcubes.com and do the following:
- Print it on a 160 gram white paper
- Cut the sides out with a scissor
- Bend the printout with the help of a rule
- Use paper glue to weld it together
Here’s how to use it.
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16 responses on “The Agile Meetings Cube”
Wonderful cube tool. Team can use it during their meetings.
How about to translate it into Chinese?
If you are willing to translate it into Chinese I can provide you the powerpoint. That would be awesome.Interested?
Sure, I would like to do it. my private email is email@example.com
Thanks a lot 🙂
Thanks for this nice article. We figured out that standup meetings are great but needed improvement (they took a lot of time and de-focused our colleagues). Because of this we developed a SaaS tool to “automate” the daily standup meetings – with just a single email. If you like to take a look: http://www.30secondsmail.com.
I am Salmiza Saul Hamid, from University of Malaya, Malaysia.
I humbly would like to invite agile practitioners in Crisp to participate in a research study on attitudes that representing agility. I discover that humanity and professionalism (HP) as the attributes representing true leadership attitude as well as agility.
I’m in my final year and this research will serve as my MA dissertation.
Your humble opinion will be of much help to me.
It would be a great help if you could share this survey with other agile practitioners.
Here is the link:
Please be informed that all information given will be strictly treated as confidential and will be used for research purpose only.
Happy to hear you like them 🙂 And thank you so much for the feedback and suggestions! You got me inspired to draw some more.
What’s your Twitter alias? Would love to give you some credit for the suggestions:-)
We here from Brazil just love your idea. Can I volunteer to translate your cubes to Portuguese ?
Andre Luiz de Campos
Of course! Thanks for the offer 🙂
Is there a german version available ? If not i can help you with the translation