TRAINING


TRAINING

I.Training : How, what, when...?


My trainings are based on real situations that we will simulate together so that you are ready to put into practice with a greater self-awareness of your knowledge and possibilities.

The training courses I provide will certainly give you the necessary insights that you are looking for. That is why I use interactivity and 'gamification' to experience for myself what it is like to experience, absorb and perform a role.


A healthy body and mind

The training will take place in a modern room at my home in the middle of the Flemish Ardennes. In a pleasant, friendly atmosphere, the training will always be based on the following 3 principles:


1. Alternation of theory with simulation exercises and discussion

2. Gamification: learning new things in a playful way.

3. Relaxation (cycling, mountain biking, hiking, ...). Or predetermined relaxation so that no one is left out.



Personal or group training with regard to: Scrum, Kanban, Scrum Master, Product owner, Agile Project manager, Agile leaders

    



II. GAMIFICATION



Are you tired of hearing that theory about Scrum, Scaling Agile, Kanban, etc ... Then you have come to the right place. I have dedicated myself to clarify Scrum, Kanban and the Agile transformation through gamification where you can experience and experience these new ways of working and thinking in a limited time.


1. Scrum:

Workshop 1: Learn the Agile mindset and power of Scrum through Lego. Lego4Scrum is the most interactive way to see the Agile way of thinking and the Scrum framework in action.

Another workshop on Scrum: A Scrum simulation game where co-writing a crime story is used to clarify and experience the iterative product development.


2. Kanban:

Workshop 2: The getKanban Board Game is a physical game designed to demonstrate the concepts and mechanisms of Kanban for software development in a workshop setting. It's hands-on, stimulating, and fun!


3. Agile Transformation:

Workshop 3: The Agile Fluency Game simulates a 2.5 year software development team. Game players learn about the benefits and trade-offs of adapting to agile practice.