vendredi 15 juin 2018

A taxonomy for Agile games

To market the business tools created by its  Paris based SME, Tru Do-Khac, needed to make a taxonomy.

A first taxonomy was drawn :
  1. Shared language
  2. Design canvas on kanban board
  3. Joyful collaborative tool
  4. Coaching game [1].
Unfortunately,  applied to  Luke Hohmann's  "Innovation Games" family [2] which features 12 games/workshops, it was not quite satisfactory.

So a second one was thought out, starting with four branches as well.
  1. Framework
  2. Method
  3. Design canvas
  4. Agile game.

The result is shown with the matrix underneath, where the 12 games come in the same order as in the official site [3]

An Agile instruments taxonomy : POC with Luke Hohmann "Innovation games" family

Then the taxonomy was used to make a revision of  the study "Instruments for Agile IT", made by Tru Do-Khac early 2018 [4].

So far, the taxonomy seems to work all right and it has been refined since [5].



[1] Agile games : what are we talking about ?
[2] Innovation Games, Luke Hohmann, 2006
[3] Innovation Games official site. The games are franchised by Conteneo Inc, USA
[4] Instruments for Agile IT   
[5] To get more details about the taxonomy, contact : Tru Do-Khac

Happiness at work with Agile games







Nomination 2014 et Trophée 2015

La pédagogie "Short MOOCs en Réseau" a été retenue par la plateforme d'innovation ouverte de l'association Pacte PME recherchant pour le compte d'une entreprise membre un outil innovant de transformation numérique des ressources humaines.

L'innovation frugale du "Personal MOOC" a été élue Trophée IT Innovation Forum, catégorie Enterprise Mobility / Collaboratif, par les membres du CRIP (une association de responsables d'infrastructure et de production informatique) présents au forum le 27 janvier dernier.

Trophée IT Innovation Forum pour le Personal MOOC