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Delegation Poker in School

March 1, 2017

I wrote a blog about improv cards in school. This is the following blog post of it. After applying improv cards activity to let the team to meet each other and creating a table for unique facts of each team members in the team. We also applied delegation poker to decide team's’ authority levels and delegations. I gave them 3 work areas to run the delegation poker game:

  • Product owner responsibilities

  • Scrum master responsibilities

  • Design responsibilities

Creation of unique facts table was very helpful. Because, team now avare who is more competent for which point of the project.

According to those data they are ready to start delegation poker game and share their work related to their competences. You can find the steps below for it:

 

 

 

 

  • First step: I listed all kind of general work to a table and showed it to class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Step three: Each team member started to select their delegation poker cards privately for each item on the below list and then reflected on how they delegate the decision for that particular item

  • Step four: When all players have decided, they show their selected card and each team's’ members earn points according to the value of their selected card, except the players that are the “highest minority”

  • Step five: After they were giving points collaboratively, they found the level of authority for each item.

 

Thanks to that game, they understood the delegation is not a binary thing and there are different type of authority levels according to their individual and team competences and attitudes. They also achieved a competence and an authority level of knowledge for the team collaboratively.

 

 

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