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Applications

It can be hard to explicitely appreciate someone for their behaviour. And it can be even harder to accept appreciation. And yet appreciation is something that can have such a big impact on people's motivation. This is why we created the easy to carry "Achievement unlocked" cards. This concept is of course based on the gamification element of achievements, getting recognition for a certain behaviour or perseverance.

We recommend having these printed in small packets. The format easily fits your pocket, and therefore will be at hand when the moment arises!

In our experience with distributed teams however, we felt the need for an easier way to send out appreciation. This is how our achievement unlocked app was born.

Simply follow this link and let your appreciation be known! 

Resources

By: Khyra VanhoutteAnnelies De MeyereErik Talboom

The GO FAR canvas for succesful meetings. Read all about how to use this canvas in this blogpost!

By: Jurgen De SmetAnnelies De Meyere management 3.0moving motivators

The Moving Motivators cards of Management 3.0 in the Co-Learning style.

By: Jurgen De SmetAnnelies De Meyere delegation pokermanagement 3.0

The Delegation Poker cards of Management 3.0 in the Co-Learning style.

By: Jurgen De Smet

7P Workshop Preparation Sheet

The 7P’s Elaborated Canvas - Inspired by the 7P’s Framework from James Macanufo and Canvas by Romain Vignes

Use this framework to prepare succesful workshops and facilitated sessions.

By: Alexander Helleboogh

Our backlog items should be vertically sliced, problem statements that deliver a clear added value to a certain group of people. Ideally by splitting bigger backlog items into smaller slices that are feasible to finish within a small enough timeframe. One of the big question in this regard is: "How do we split backlog items in an effective way?"