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game design

Playtesting Startup Impact at Play4Agile 2020

I hosted a playtest session of my Startup Impact game at Play4Agile 2020. Here is my playtest report.

agile

Agile Game Design 101

This blog is a how to guide to design agile games in an agile way, meaning using agile game design principles. Agile games are serious games (or games for learning) to support learning of agile values, principles and practices.

mvp

Build business, not features!

“If you release and you’re not embarrassed, you're too late”, I’ve been repeating. We experimented if we are practicing what we preach.

antti

My Startup Weekend Experience

Last weekend I attended my first Startup Weekend! Was the time investment worth it? What did I learn? Did I have fun? Then what? Read here :)

softwaredevelopment

How to break 4 vicious cycles of software development

At Flowa we have seen quite a few software projects over the years, and worked with dozens of organizations having software in the core of their business. We have identified 4 common vicious cycles and ways for breaking them. 4 vicious cycles of software developmentWhen we work in a customer

softwaredevelopment

Of 2019 and software development

As wholesome and holistic the human life is, it's difficult to figure out how single segment has developed, what has affected the shift in thinking of certain things. I welcome this moment and this space for allowing me to craft a few thoughts about programming. And the nuts and bolts

agile

Looking back at 2019 – part 1

Antti here, to sum up year 2019. In this first part I'm looking at our coaching curriculums.

blockchain

Tracking raw materials with blockchain - enabling climate impact and carbon accounting

The Earth loves transparency! It allows us to fight climate crisis effectively. We need transparency to ensure that the burden of the needed climate action is shared fairly and there are no freeriders. Then again, there are dozens of layers and business owners who are afraid of transparency. Too much

coaching

Why an agenda won't make your meetings better

Are we doomed to have lousy meetings at work? What could we try to improve them instead of having a pre-planned agenda?

coaching

Learning Kanban through Games: Why and How

Principles of Kanban can seem counter-intuitive at first. Games can make them more understandable.