how can we illustrate the value of visualization? (Each participant gets…
how can we illustrate the value of visualization?
Create tasks that are interdependent but people don't know they are interdependent
Have them try to do the tasks without a visualization board
Introduce a visualization board
What are the tasks? simple puzzle with a missing piece.
But pieces have to be describable . So not a a jugsaw puzzle but an asisgnment.
Maybe like assembling shapes.
Work as a team but each team member has a task/puzzle.
It could be a quiz on the material, instead of a puzzle.
Each participant gets an envelope containing 10 tasks
Tasks have points. Higher points may have more dependencies
1/2 of the tasks have dependencies to another task. Simply "you can't do this until #49 is done"
How many tasks did they finish by the end?
Round 2 - setup task board. Use blocker markers.
Maybe a build
Several rounds of a city
building restrictions - no rehab near a school
one team is downtown, one is residential and one is industrial>?
What pieces can be rare? That need to be shared? Swing set? Wheels?
Round 2 - task board
Each team in a swimlane
Needs / Has board?
What are the team dependencies?