In our work with Scrum teams, we find that many don't know where to start. Or worse, they give up and resign to the situation. In this series, we're creating a toolbox of tried-and-tested experiments to improve together. Most experiments are bundled in the Zombie Scrum Survival Guide.
How does this help your team?
Continuous improvement is the lifeblood of Scrum teams. But Scrum teams that lack psychological safety find it hard to learn and improve. Both require trying new things and talking openly about mistakes.
One way to create a safe environment is to help teams recognize and appreciate helpful contributions as they happen. This doesn't always come naturally, and this experiment is designed to help teams learn how to do this. This experiment was inspired by a Scrum Master we worked with - Barry Meijer - and has similarities with Management 3.0's excellent Kudo Cards.
What do you receive
- A 5-page PDF that describes how to run this experiment.
- We offer some additional resources to inspire you.