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Ken Schwaber Accepting Boston Business Journal Lifetime Achievement Award for Innovation

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources

Ken Schwaber was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Boston Business Journal for his work and mission of Improving the Profession of Software Delivery by co-creating Scrum and being a major driver to the Agile Movement. Read the Press Release about the award.


Product Owner vs. Product Manager

- Dave West
in Resources, Scrum.org News

Dave West (ProductTank NYC) from Mind the Product on Vimeo. As a Product Owner and the CEO of Scrum.org I was invited to speak at ProductTank NYC earlier this year about the conflict between the roles Product Owner and Product Manager. And how organizations need to consolidate on one overall decisi...


Software Craftsmanship in Professional Scrum - ScrumPulse Episode #20

- Ravi Verma
in Resources, Webcasts

Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Ravi Verma, and features a panel of expert PSTs: Rich Visotcky, Simon Reindl, Mikkel Toudal Kristiansen, and Gary Pedretti. What is the role of software craftsmanship in the practice of Professional Scrum? What separates ...


Special Spanish Edition: Role of a Scrum Master - ScrumPulse Episode #19

- Joel Francia
in Resources, Webcasts

Sin importar donde estés en tu transición a Scrum, el rol del Scrum Master se puede malinterpretar muy fácilmente. En este webinar, Joel Francia -Professional Scum Trainer- nos guiará en la exploración de algunas preguntas comunes acerca del rol del Scrum Master y ...


The Nexus Integration Team

- Rob Maher
in Resources, Community Publications

The Nexus Integration Team (NIT) is a new role that is essential within the Nexus™ framework. It is a role that is performed by a team of people. As described in the Nexus Guide, “the Nexus Integration Team exists to coordinate, coach, and supervise the application of Nexus and the opera...


Software Ethics Panel Discussion - ScrumPulse Episode #18

- Ravi Verma
in Resources, Webcasts

This panel discussion features Professional Scrum Trainers: Russell Miller Victor Hugo De Oliveira Nagesh Sharma Don McGreal Mark Noneman No matter what software delivery methodology or framework you might follow, your teams have probably faced pressure to deliver mor...


Ken Schwaber's Original Scrum Paper "The Scrum Development Process"

- Ken Schwaber
in Resources

This is Ken Schwaber's original paper on Scrum, based on his presentation on at OOPSLA 1995 where he initially introduced the concept. The stated, accepted philosophy for systems development is that the development process is a well understood approach that can be planned, estimated, and&...


The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master

- Barry Overeem
in Resources, Community Publications

According to the Scrum Guide, the Scrum Master is responsible for ensuring Scrum is understood and enacted. Scrum Masters do this by ensuring that the Scrum Team adheres to Scrum theory, practices, and rules. The Scrum Master is a servant-leader for the Scrum Team. The Scrum Master helps those out...


Transforming a 25,000+ Person Consulting Company to Become More Agile - ScrumPulse Episode #17

- Karel Deman
in Webcasts

Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Ravi Verma. Over the past 4 years, Avanade has embarked on a journey to increase their organization’s agility while also building an enterprise-level agile capability to better serve their clients. During this time,...


They Thought It Was Overkill - The Nexus Daily Scrum

- Simon Bourk
in Resources, Community Publications

A small software shop within a government organization where multiple Scrum Teams are serving the same cause is building one product that has several sub-systems. Sometimes, those sub-systems need to be integrated. Mostly, th...


Visualizing the Nexus Sprint Backlog

- Rob Maher
in Resources, Community Publications

The Nexus Sprint Backlog is created during Nexus Sprint Planning. It is a visualization of the work across the Nexus that has dependencies. The purpose of Nexus Sprint Planning is to coordinate the activities of all Scrum Teams in a Nexus for a single Sprint. When many Scrum Teams plan together wi...


Multicultural Scrum: the Impact of Culture on Living the Scrum Values - ScrumPulse Episode #16

- Ravi Verma
in Webcasts

Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Ravi Verma. Download a copy of the slide deck here. In July 2016, Jeff Sutherland & Ken Schwaber – the co-creators of Scrum unveiled the new version of the Scrum Guide – which now includes a section on Sc...


Special Lean Café Edition: Myths, Misconceptions, & Mysteries of Product Ownership - ScrumPulse Episode #15

- Mark Noneman
in Webcasts

Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman. Here’s what the Scrum Guide says about the Product Owner Role: “The Product Owner is responsible for maximizing the value of the product and the work of the Development Team. How this is done ma...


Scrum Day Europe 2016 - Scrum Turns 21, What is Next?

- Dave West
in Resources, Community Publications

90% of Agile teams are using Scrum. With over ½ a million people trained and certified. Scrum has become, for many the de-facto standard in Agile team organization. But what is next for Scrum? In this talk we discuss the success and future of Scrum and what needs to happen to Scrum to continu...


AgileNEXT Podcast Featuring Steve Porter

- Steve Porter
in Resources

In this episode of AgileNEXT, Steve Porter joins Daniel and Stephen to discuss his thoughts on his experiences as a consultant, ISV, and now being part of Scrum.org.  Some topics include: Scaling The human side of Agile Cadences Agile outside of IT Star Wars and Agile...


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