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October 19, 2017

How Many Scrum Teams Should You Be On?

Never an easy answer and always being pulled in multiple directions, a question often asked: How many Scrum Teams should I be on?
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October 19, 2017

Why PSD is such a great Training

The PSD training teaches the whole Scrum Team on how to do real Scrum. They work in Sprints, create Done software and use the appropriate tools and practices for it. It is a unique experience on how really good Scrum feels like.
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October 16, 2017

Courage is an increasingly important value in delivering products

Courage however is more than just learning what it means and telling your teams to be courageous.
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October 26, 2017

Agile in Africa

Our Vision is to “Accelerate the Transformation of Africa and make Life better for all by 2030″ by Investing in Agile ways of working for students, start ups, SME’s, large corporations, non-profit and public sector organisations.
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October 30, 2017

Lean Startup Week 2017

Our 2017 Lean Startup Week is themed around "The Startup Way," Eric Ries’s upcoming book, which focuses on making entrepreneurship a fundamental discipline of every enterprise. On Oct. 30-Nov. 5, we’re gathering thousands of thought leaders in downtown San Francisco for a week of keynote talks, interactive workshops, speed mentoring, roundtable discussions, industry dinners, innovation bootcamps, and startup tours. You’ll take in the new concepts Eric writes about in "The Startup Way" and learn from seasoned enterprise leaders, founders of high-growth startups, government innovators, and non-profit practitioners who are deep in the trenches. Plus you'll receive a copy of the new book.
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November 2, 2017

Scrum Event 2017

In an innovation-driven society, the world of tomorrow is hard to predict. How do you work as an organization with unpredictable and constantly changing circumstances? For an increasing number of organizations, an agile way of working is the way to deal with continuous change.
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October 12, 2017

Balancing Certification and Training

In this Training Industry magazine article, Scrum.org Vice President of Marketing, Eric Naiburg talks about the balancing act required when looking at the value of certification when tied to training, why you need to evaluate your options and why having a test that follows training for certification can be valuable.  
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October 3, 2017

Experts Debunk Common Misconception About Scrum

Even with high adoption rates and broad awareness of Scrum, there are still many misconceptions that impact the ability of Scrum teams to be effective.
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October 3, 2017

Scrum turns 21 and it is not done yet

If you ask Ken Schwaber the co-creator of Scrum you will get an interesting perspective. “Scrum has been more successful than I could have ever imagined, but I am still disappointed with most Scrum implementations.’’ This disconnect between the success of adoption with how it is being adopted was described in my keynote jointly presented with Ken at Scrum Day London.
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