Improvisation. The mere mention of the word makes many people quake with fear at the prospect of chaos and uncertainty. The fact is, though, human beings are improvising almost every minute of their lives it is more natural, and more filled with possibility, than you might imagine.
On stage, improvisational actors use simple rules, collaborative principles, and game constraints to build unscripted yet intriguing storylines. This book explores how those same simple rules and principles can help agile teams collaborate more effectively and how purposefully working within constraints can unlock creativity.
Inside, you ll find over 50 techniques and improv games tailored for agile teams, complete with step-by-step instructions.
“…as an agile practitioner I read an awful lot of books relating to agile and coaching, and I must say Improv-ing Agile Teams is one of the best I’ve read this year…” – Amazon Review