It’s been a few weeks and I’ve finally had a chance to go through all the photos and sticky notes from the “Climbing the Dreyfus Ladder of Agile Practices” workshop I ran at Agile 2009, as promised.

For those that didn’t get to attend, I asked five groups to pick one agile practice out of 12 choices and brainstorm specific behaviours they had observed people participate in. Based on their brainstorming, I then asked everyone to categorise them according to what different level in the Dreyfus Model of Skills Acquisition.

I found it fascinating to see firstly, what behaviours people witnessed, and even more fascinated by the way that groups then tried to classify them. Follow the link above to look at the results.