About the Book
Everyone and their mother talks about scaling.
Yet most have never really experienced scaling. The scaling ball game, let people experience scaling. No theory, real practising how scaling feels. And it allows you to experiment with solutions in a safe environment.
This book will also teach you how to play different version of the ballpoint game.From the original, over a one ball version to a scaled version for more than 100 people.
About the Authors
The Agile community knows Yves Hanoulle from his many contributions, such as the public Agile conferences Google calendar, his Agile Thursday Quiz, the coach retreats and conferences he’s paired to organize, daily coaching questions via @Retroflections, and the Agile Games Google group, just to name a few. He promoted PairCoaching, an idea which has been adopted by many agile trainers and coaches. He’s constantly learning, and passing on what he learns as a coach and trainer to organizations large and small.
A self-identified change artist and first follower, one of Yves’ unique qualities is that he gives free lifetime support on anything he does: every client, everything he writes and presents, every workshop he leads.
Yves believes in maintaining a sustainable pace both professionally and personally. Yves has parentpair programmed an android game with his 13 year old son www.anguis.be You can learn more about Yves at http://www.hanoulle.be/yves-hanoulle/, and find him on social media as YvesHanoulle.
I started working in IT in 1999. My journey to become agile began as the technical lead of a start-up in 2002.
Skip ahead 5 years I finished my masters in medical computer sciences,
when I became more interested in creating effective teams than software.
Nowadays I've broadened my skills to also coach departments in an enterprise environment.
I'm a part of agile rescue, a losely coupled network of agile experts spread throughout europe.
I love sharing my experiences - especially, but not limited to agile topics that are dear to my heart. You probably won't have to keep that in mind, when ever you should meet me at a conference ;-)