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Making Agile serious fun!

What's the best way to teach agile? By playing agile games, of course. Watch our webinar "Making Agile serious fun!" to learn about some of the games we use at Box UK to explain Agile concepts and practices, and if you're interested in learning more, request a runthrough with a member of our team by emailing agile@boxuk.com.

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If you want to discover what monopoly has to do with effective project planning, or how to spice up your retrospectives by playing “Retros Against Humanity”, head straight to the Agile Games section of our site, where you can check out more of the interactive, fun techniques we use to help organisations get to grips with the key principles of Agile. 

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