This is the site that accompanies the book, Game Storming by David Gray, Sunni Brown, and James Macanufo. If you have one book in your arsenal of facilitation techniques -- this is it! Not only is it a great reference guide, it is well written and all o
Innovation Games (TM)
Games that Work! Yes, the guys at Innovation Games, especially Luke Hohmann, have made a really special company that is impacting many aspects of business and public life. Innovation Games have helped to bring the concepts of collaborative games and game
Tasty Cupcakes is a great site that is an amalgamation of all kinds of games used to teach, facilitate, or simply have fun. These are all games that work -- they are adaptable and easy.
David Hussman and the folks there at DevJam are not only great people, they have a lot of clever ideas and great things to say. In particular, they've been working on Story Mapping solutions as well as have some good content on Release Planning and chart
Mike Cottmeyer and crew have really grown over the past couple years. This was Mike's original blog and it has now formed the basis for the company now known as LeadingAgile. Mike and team do some great writing on this blog, so check it out.
If you don't know Martin Fowler, take some time to read his blog. Martin has been working to design and make good software for a long time. His focus of his blogs are largely technical in the sense of covering how to overcome and or innovate solutions f
Mountain Goat Software
Mike Cohn is one of the core thought leaders around agile and in particularly Scrum. He was a founding member of the ScrumAlliance and he has done a ton for the community when it comes to using User Stories and the art of Estimation.
Agile Alliance helps support all aspects and processes around the areas of "being agile" and "building good software". Some great resources and always great Agile YYYY meetings with rocking V1 parties.
The Scrum Alliance is one of the larger of the certification organizations out there. They provide a good breadth of resources on this site, and guide you through the questions you might have around certifications around Scrum.
Home of the original Scrum Guide. This is the site predominantly maintained by Ken Schwaber. There is an assessment/certification available through Scrum.org.