Agile Principles cards

Understanding ‘why’ you do agile is important, and the agile manifesto is one of the first things we cover on any Professional Foundation course. I have, however, found the wordiness of some of the principles a little daunting and let’s face it the website does look a bit like my Nan’s wallpaper! I therefore created these Agile Principles cards.

 

I haven’t changed any of the core principles. Instead, I have  abbreviated some of them on the front of the card.

 

Here are some examples of where I have found these cards useful –

  1. Training: Give each participant a card, then in pair-share, have them discuss what that principle means to them, how they currently support/ inhibit it
  2. Retrospective: Dot vote as a team on the principle that the team feel they are least exhibiting, then do a deep dive to come up with actions
  3. Wallpaper: Pop them on your office wall, to cover up your own ‘Nan’s wallpaper’!
 
If you’d like your own set, download the pdf here, print them out, cut them out, laminate them, enjoy!
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Anthony Boobier
3 Comments
  • Loved how you’ve made these cards for 2-side printing and the original principle bold-ed. Thanks Anthony!

    May 24, 2017 at 11:48 am
  • Dodger
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    Any chance of getting some with a white background for the text on the back of the card? Thanks

    May 26, 2017 at 2:11 pm

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