What we're about

The Psychology of Agile Scrum is a friendly meetup for those who are passionate about real people in Agile and would like to develop Agile knowledge and skills, share industry insight and to delve deeper into human side of Agile software development.

It is for Scrum masters, Agile Coaches, Agile Project Managers and other Agile professionals who are enthusiastic about human interactions in the world of software development.

It also has a lot to offer for those who want to learn more about psychology of Agile development, interactions between team member in software development teams and how to be better leader and coach for your team.

No Shows Policy

If you miss 3 events within 3 months, which you did not cancel by 4pm on the day of the event, you will need to request to be able to register for one of our events again.

In that request, we expect a reason as to why you want to come backwhy you missed the eventsa commitment to always inform us.

Important: If we accept your reasons and then there is one more no show this will mean you are out altogether.

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Mini #Play14

DAZN Head Office

Hello everyone, I am pleased to announce our next community event with Play14! When coaching it can often be challenging to craft an approach for a team that will be engaging, fun and that will successfully instil the learning we hope to provide. We believe that one of the best ways to achieve this is through gaming and experiential learning. Games and metaphors are an excellent way to simulate challenges and scenarios we face everyday at work in a safe, controlled and meaningful way. What better way to learn than actually gaining an experience by playing with some lego, jenga or throwing some balls around. As Benjamin Franklin once said “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” #play14 is a community of people who are passionate about using games professionally. We all come from different backgrounds, from Agile to the Arts but we all have one thing in common - a love of games as a means to educate, enlighten and coach. And event like #play14 allows us to meet several times a year in cities across the world to share games, knowledge and network and the best part is that we take all these learnings back home and re-use within our own teams. So, we’d like to give you a taste of what play14 is all about but holding a mini play14 unconference! We’ll share SIX games to play, of which you will get to experience and learn TWO. 📅 Agenda for the evening: 18:00 - Arrival 18:30 - Mini play14 20:15 - Food, beer and networking 20:45 - Departure 📐About the facilitators #play14 is a community of people who are passionate about using games professionally. We all come from different backgrounds, from Agile to the Arts but we all have one thing in common - a love of games as a means to educate, enlighten and coach. And event like #play14 allows us to meet several times a year in cities across the world to share games, knowledge and network and the best part is that we take all these learnings back home and re-use within our own teams / organisations. ✅ Chris Caswell A proactive, principle centred evangelist of the Agile philosophy, Chris is passionate about driving continuous improvement and collaboration to improve Agile ways of working. Chris uses a combination of personal coaching, workshops, training and games to help solve problems across organisations, within teams and with individuals. ✅ Robyn Backhouse Ever the child at heart Robyn would spend her whole life playing games if she could. As an agile coach she loves finding new ways to help teams learn cool stuff and to bond into a single unit all thinking with a shared mind. The heart of any organisation is the people who work there, and Robyn spends all her time trying to encourage people to shine and to become the very best they can be. Lloyd Jones I am a scrum master and agile coach at Motability Operations. Previously a developer I have been working in the agile team space for 7 years. At my first #play14 conference I created the Ball Runner game which has been run many times around the world. I am continually impressed by the new perspectives people bring to experiential learning games, even the most tried and tested ones. ✅ Johnathan Lucky Johnathan is an American Scrum Master for Dazn currently residing in London. Working in software development for the last decade, Johnathan believes that the best way to learn is by doing! Through creative games, activities and a few corny jokes, Johnathan helps teams find better ways to work.

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