Introducing the World’s First Agile AI Chatbot: Revolutionising your Agile Experiences.


I’m constantly learning with this endeavour. Based on your feedback, I’ve put together suggestions for experiments to help to start your interaction with the chatbot. You don’t have to use them but each experiment showcases different functionalities, giving you some hands-on experience. Simply copy and paste the text below into the chatbot and dive right in!

Please don’t limit yourself to just the question. Feel free to explore and ask intuitive follow-on questions to uncover the chatbot’s capabilities. I value your input and appreciate your willingness to push the boundaries. Thank you for supporting me along the way!

Purpose: Serves as an effective tool for Scrum Masters and Product Owners, providing insightful guidance and suggestions to enhance user story creation. It fosters creative, concise, and clear articulation of user needs, leading to better product outcomes.

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Can you help me write the agile user stories for a new feature? An AI tool to identify dogs in uploaded photographs


Further Suggestions

Why not ask the Chatbot about vertical/horizontal slicing, non-functional requirements or even the difference between, User Stories and Features


Purpose: Sample Scrum Team Assessment – Using the Agile Chatbot to perform a simple assessment of the Scrum Team’s prioritization of their current backlog 

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Assume that I am a scrum master with a scrum team. If the Area below and the associated Outcomes listed are an important area of focus for any Scrum master and their team, please ask questions to assess my team’s current outcome focus and maturity (1-5)  in this area. 

“Area: Product Backlog (PBL)

Outcome a: Top items are prioritized by business value

Outcome b: Top items are estimated

Outcome c: Estimates given by the team

Outcome d: Top items in PBL small enough to fit in a sprint”


Additional Notes: 

  • Ask approx 6 questions to assess the maturity
  • Please ask one question at a time and receive the answer before moving on to the next.
  • Depending on the maturity of the answers, suggest practices that could help improve outcomes
  • This is not a Q+A to assess my knowledge, it is to assess the actual current level within the team. 
  • Use a combination of multiple-choice and free-text answers. In your questions, try to go deeper than simple yes / no answers. Ask probing questions to better understand the real maturity of the team.
  • At any point, if I ask you to stop asking questions before the 6 questions have been asked, please  provide feedback and your assessment on the maturity of the team

Purpose: Use the Chatbot as a topic expert to help answer specific questions

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Ask the chatbot any of the following questions. After the initial response, agree / disagree and continue to interrogate to go deeper into the topic.

Potential Questions:

  • What are the typical stages of the product lifecycle?
  • What is the difference between a product owner and a product manager?

  • Can you provide context on the roles of the product owner versus the product manager along the journey of a product?
  • Would you recommend SAFE or Less for a traditional enterprise?

Purpose: Role-play to help a student to understand Scrum events. Perfect for a new team member, with the chatbot facilitating the role-play of a huddle

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Assume I am a new member of a scrum team and I want to roleplay the daily scrum to help them understand how it works. Please facilitate the event, with me as a participant and help guide them through the event, adding any advice as you progress. Pretend that there is one other team member besides , me and you for additional context



NB: For context: The AI could try to act all roles in this roleplay. If it starts down this road, just ask it to pivot so that the AI is the facilitator and Dev 2 and you are Dev1

Purpose: Product Owner Skills Level Assessment

Copy & Paste the Following Text: I am a student of Scrum. Please ask me  5 questions to assess my understanding of the role of a Product Owner. After the five questions, please provide feedback in terms of a 1-5 assessment on my level of knowledge of the role.

NB: Please ask me each question in a separate prompt, accepting the answer before moving on to the next question.

Purpose: Allow the Agile Chatbot to assess your current OKRs and suggest structural Improvements

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Can you assess this OKR “Objective: Grow company blog traffic? Key Result: Publish ten new blog posts”.Please suggest improvements and additional Key Results


Purpose: A simple, 10-question assessment of an Agile PMO department. I have uploaded a document with 5 Agile PMO maturity levels and a script to perform when the user references the test through the reference number. At the end of the questions, it will assess and provide feedback

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Can you perform the action from “Test-AT2_230723”. Please ask one question at a time


Click on the link below. It will take you to a student page that looks at the question “What is an Agile PMO?”. 

  1. Watch the Video: Kickstart your learning experience with our engaging video content that introduces the Agile PMO and its pivotal roles in an organization.

  2. Engage with the Chatbot: Enhance your understanding by interacting with our Chatbot. Select a few questions from the list provided and delve deeper into the topic.

  3. Explore Further Reading: Interested in more? We’ve curated a selection of useful links for further reading. Dive in and expand your knowledge about the Agile PMO.

The Role of the Agile PMO

Note to the beta tester: The following interaction was initiated by me with the chatbot with Chatbot+ChatGPT switched on together. This is an easy flick of the switch but I currently have it switched off to allow me to test my database without external influence. But the interaction is deeply interesting so I have transcribed it here


how can I use you to gamify learning for students of scrum


Scrum is an Agile project management methodology that can be somewhat abstract to students initially. To gamify learning, you can create a virtual game with ChatGPT where students can play different roles within the Scrum team and participate in simulated Scrum events. Here’s how you can do it:

  • Scrum Roles Role-play Game:
    Create a role-play game where students have to act out different Scrum roles: Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Team Member. You can use ChatGPT to prompt different situations or challenges that each role might encounter, and the student playing that role has to respond in character. For example:
    • As a Product Owner: “The stakeholders have requested a significant change that would require a lot of effort and could impact the delivery date. What do you do?”
    • As a Scrum Master: “The team is constantly being interrupted by other departments and it’s affecting their productivity. How do you handle this?”
    • As a Team Member: “You realize that a task is going to take much longer than expected. How do you communicate this?”
  • Scrum Event Simulation:
    You can also simulate the different events in Scrum: the Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Sprint Retrospective. ChatGPT can play the role of stakeholders, external interruptions, or unforeseen challenges, which can help students learn to navigate common obstacles in these events.
  • Scrum Artifacts Knowledge Quiz:
    Have ChatGPT quiz students on their understanding of different Scrum artifacts like the Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and the Increment. These could be multiple-choice questions or short answer questions. The AI can provide instant feedback and further information to explain the answers.
  • Scrum Vocabulary Challenge:
    Gamify the learning of Scrum-specific vocabulary. Use the AI to present a word or a definition, and have students either provide the definition or the word it’s associated with. For instance, the AI can ask, “What is Velocity in Scrum?” or present a statement like “A list of product requirements and features, prioritized by the product owner” and ask what it refers to.
  • Interactive Scrum Story:
    Develop a choose-your-own-adventure style story where students navigate a software development project using Scrum. ChatGPT can outline the story, present choices, and describe the consequences of those choices.

Remember, gamification is about making learning more engaging and fun, so feel free to get creative with these ideas. The key is to provide a safe environment for your students to make mistakes, learn, and understand the principles of Scrum more deeply.


Can we try number 5 right now. Can you facilitate and I will act as the student?


Absolutely, let’s give it a try. In this interactive Scrum story, you are the newly appointed Scrum Master of a software development team working on an innovative new product for your company.

The project: Your team is developing a cutting-edge fitness tracking app that includes features like personalized workout suggestions, nutritional advice, sleep tracking, and social engagement. It’s a highly anticipated project within the company and you’re excited to get started.

Choice 1: As the Scrum Master, your first task is to prepare for the initial Sprint Planning meeting. Do you:

  • Schedule a meeting without any pre-preparation, intending to explain the product backlog to the team and let them estimate the effort required for each item on the spot.
  • Set up a meeting with the Product Owner first to understand the product backlog, so you can assist the team during the Sprint Planning meeting.

Choose 1 or 2.




You decide to schedule a Sprint Planning meeting without any pre-preparation, confident that you can navigate the meeting as it unfolds.

On the day of the meeting, the team gathers, curious and ready to dig into the new project. You start the meeting by introducing the project, and then turn it over to the Product Owner to present the product backlog.

As the Product Owner starts explaining the items in the product backlog, the team looks a bit confused. They begin asking questions about the priorities, dependencies, and technical details of various features. Some items are clear, but others are not, and the Product Owner seems to be struggling to explain some of them.

Choice 2: Seeing the situation unfold, do you:

  • Let the meeting continue as is, hoping that the team and Product Owner will figure things out eventually.
  • Pause the meeting, suggesting that you and the Product Owner need to spend some time understanding and organizing the backlog before presenting it to the team again.

Choose 1 or 2.




You quickly realize that the meeting is not going as smoothly as you had hoped. You decide to intervene and pause the meeting. You suggest to the Product Owner that both of you should spend some time to understand and better organize the backlog before presenting it to the team again.

Everyone agrees, albeit a bit disappointed, but they understand that this approach will help prevent confusion down the line. You schedule a new meeting with the Product Owner to go over the backlog in detail.

Choice 3: As you work with the Product Owner to refine the backlog, you find that there are a lot of complex features and some are clearly dependent on others. Do you:

  • Keep the backlog as it is and let the team figure out the dependencies during the Sprint.
  • Help the Product Owner prioritize and break down the features into smaller, manageable user stories, and map out the dependencies.

Choose 1 or 2.




Great choice! You decide to help the Product Owner break down the complex features into smaller, manageable user stories. This approach will help the team to understand and estimate the effort required more accurately. Together, you map out the dependencies, ensuring that the sequence of the backlog items makes logical sense for the development process.

Once this is done, you feel more confident about the backlog and call another Sprint Planning meeting. This time, the meeting goes much smoother. The team understands each user story and is able to provide more accurate estimates for the amount of work required. They commit to a realistic and achievable Sprint backlog.

Choice 4: Now that the first Sprint is underway, you need to organize the daily Scrum meetings. Do you:

  • Set a fixed agenda for the daily Scrum, including status updates from each team member and a review of the remaining backlog items.
  • Keep the structure of the daily Scrum flexible, allowing team members to discuss what they feel is most relevant.

Choose 1 or 2.

Chat Ended

Note to the beta tester: The following interaction was initiated by me with the chatbot with Chatbot+ChatGPT switched on together. This is an easy flick of the switch but I currently have it switched off to allow me to test my database without external influence. But the interaction is deeply interesting so I have transcribed it here


Can you outline a 1-5 level for enterprise agile maturity for an organisation?


Sure, here’s a general outline for a 5-level enterprise Agile maturity model:

  1. Initial Level (Awareness): At this level, the organization is just beginning to understand Agile principles and practices. There may be some isolated Agile teams, but there’s no organization-wide adoption or understanding. The focus is on learning and understanding the Agile mindset.

  2. Foundation Level (Practicing): The organization has started to adopt Agile practices on a wider scale. More teams are using Agile, and there’s a focus on training and coaching to ensure everyone understands the Agile principles. The organization starts to see some benefits from Agile, such as improved team collaboration and faster delivery times.

  3. Intermediate Level (Scaling): Agile practices are now being scaled across the organization. The organization is using frameworks like SAFe to manage Agile at scale. There’s a focus on aligning the entire organization around Agile, including business and IT. The organization starts to see more significant benefits, such as improved predictability and alignment.

  4. Advanced Level (Optimizing): The organization is fully Agile, with all teams using Agile practices. There’s a focus on continuous improvement and optimization. The organization is seeing significant benefits from Agile, including increased speed, improved quality, and better customer satisfaction.

  5. Innovative Level (Leading): The organization is not just using Agile, but is leading the way in Agile practices. They are innovating and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with Agile. They are seeing the full benefits of Agile, including the ability to rapidly respond to market changes and deliver high-quality products and services that meet customer needs.

Remember, this is a general outline and the specifics can vary depending on the organization and the specific Agile framework they are using.


Using these agile maturity levels, can you define a set of objectives for an Agile Programme Management Office (PMO) at each of the levels


Absolutely, here’s a set of objectives for an Agile Programme Management Office (PMO) at each of the Agile maturity levels:

  1. Initial Level (Awareness):

    • Objective: Introduce Agile concepts and principles to the organization.
    • PMO Role: The PMO should focus on educating themselves about Agile methodologies and principles. They should start to introduce Agile concepts to project teams and stakeholders, and identify potential pilot projects for Agile implementation.
  2. Foundation Level (Practicing):

    • Objective: Implement Agile practices in project teams.
    • PMO Role: The PMO should provide training and coaching to project teams on Agile practices. They should support teams in implementing Agile methodologies, and start to track and measure the impact of Agile on project delivery.
  3. Intermediate Level (Scaling):

    • Objective: Scale Agile practices across the organization.
    • PMO Role: The PMO should focus on scaling Agile practices across multiple teams and projects. They should work with senior management to align organizational strategy with Agile practices, and ensure that Agile principles are being followed at all levels of the organization.
  4. Advanced Level (Optimizing):

    • Objective: Optimize and improve Agile practices.
    • PMO Role: The PMO should focus on continuous improvement of Agile practices. They should use metrics and feedback to identify areas for improvement, and implement changes to improve the effectiveness of Agile practices. They should also promote a culture of learning and adaptation.
  5. Innovative Level (Leading):

    • Objective: Innovate and lead with Agile practices.
    • PMO Role: The PMO should focus on pushing the boundaries of Agile practices. They should encourage innovation and experimentation, and lead the way in implementing new Agile practices and techniques. They should also focus on sharing their knowledge and experiences with the wider Agile community.

Remember, these are general objectives and the specifics can vary depending on the organization and the specific Agile framework they are using.


I am currently running an agile PMO. Can you ask a series of questions to determine my PMOs maturity


Certainly! Here are a series of questions to help assess the maturity of your Agile PMO:

  1. How well-defined are the roles and responsibilities within your Agile PMO?
  2. How effectively does your Agile PMO support and guide Agile teams in their adoption and implementation of Agile practices?
  3. To what extent does your Agile PMO provide training and coaching to Agile teams and stakeholders?
  4. How well does your Agile PMO align organizational strategy with Agile practices?
  5. How do you measure the impact and success of Agile practices within your organization?
  6. How actively does your Agile PMO promote a culture of continuous improvement and learning?
  7. How well does your Agile PMO collaborate with other departments and stakeholders to ensure alignment and support for Agile initiatives?
  8. How effectively does your Agile PMO track and manage Agile projects, including monitoring progress, identifying risks, and facilitating problem-solving?
  9. How well does your Agile PMO facilitate communication and collaboration between Agile teams and other parts of the organization?
  10. How actively does your Agile PMO contribute to the Agile community by sharing knowledge, experiences, and best practices?

These questions can help you assess various aspects of your Agile PMO’s maturity, including its structure, support, alignment with organizational strategy, measurement of success, continuous improvement efforts, collaboration, project management capabilities, and contribution to the Agile community. Evaluating these areas will provide insights into the maturity level of your Agile PMO and areas for potential growth and improvement.


I am incredibly excited to share with you a project that I’ve been working on tirelessly – an AI Chatbot specifically designed for Agile practices!

You’ve been handpicked to participate in the beta testing phase of this groundbreaking tool. Your experiences, insights, and your unique understanding of Agile methodologies will be instrumental in the evolution and refinement of our Chatbot.

This AI Chatbot is not just a digital assistant, it’s a potential game-changer for Agile teams. It’s designed to understand Agile principles, practices, and terminologies, helping teams to streamline their processes, remove bottlenecks, and facilitate meaningful and productive conversations. In essence, it’s our endeavor to revolutionize how Agile teams operate.

Now, I am asking you to interact with the AI, push its boundaries, and explore its functionalities. I encourage you to converse with it as you would with a team member, ask it questions about Agile processes, give it tasks, or simply chat about daily stand-ups, product management, or sprint planning.

Being a beta version, it may not be perfect. It might stumble, pause, or even respond unexpectedly. But that’s where you come in. Your role as a tester is not just to test but to teach, shape, and guide this AI.

During this beta testing phase, we need you to:

  1. Interact: Engage with the AI, test its understanding of Agile, and check the applicability and accuracy of its responses.
  2. Provide feedback: Document any issues you encounter and areas of improvement. Let me know if there are Agile concepts it isn’t fully grasping or if it’s misunderstanding certain terms.
  3. Suggest: Your unique insights into potential features or applications could be highly valuable. Feel free to suggest any ideas that pop into your head while testing.
  4. Be patient: As I am in the early stages of development, I ask for your patience and understanding. I’m committed to creating an extraordinary Agile AI experience and your assistance in this process is invaluable.

Thank you so much for your time, your expertise, and your patience. I’m excited to see where this journey takes us, and I’m so grateful you’re joining me on it.

Alright, time to wrap this up. Let’s get agiling… no, that doesn’t sound right. How about we get agilitating? Hmm, still not catchy. Let’s get agilitying? Wait, are any of these even real words?

Well, you know what I mean. Let’s dive in and shake up the Agile world!


PS: Please contact me at any time to discuss / provide feedback etc.