Views of how to approach and integrate Agile ideas to your Family Unit - and to start a Kanban / Scrum Card Wall for the Family
Agile For Kids is a book on treating your family members like members on a Dev Team.
Emphasize "creating fun" not as a project, but as a continuous involvement of your team of valued members.
Respect for others and respect for the tasks of everyday life are learned.
Note that the Daily Gathering is a core value.
"The manager needs to think as a parent" and also "The parent needs to think as a manager."
- Shirly Ronen-Harel
A quick article from the wife of Jeff Sutherland
* Agile Kids is not to be confused with www.agileKids.in Learning Through Movement.
** Likewise, https://www.facebook.com/ScrumKids is for Rugby enthusiasts, not us.
Links of Resources
A list of resources that shows the impact that a family Task Board can have.
Agile in the Family
by Shirly Ronen-Harel
John Yorke, who talks about the failure of a reward system as viewed by young minds
Scrum For Kids
Joe Meade, Fort Myers, FL
- Peter Stevens
Mike Cohn with some good advice on facilitating any team
Contacts for future additions
Admin @ lean self.org