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Creating Your Definition of “Done”

- Derek Davidson
in Community Blogfeed

The Scrum Guide, while being a model of brevity, devotes an appreciable amount of space to the definition of “Done”. In my travels as a trainer or coach though, I often come across questions about the definition of done. So, in this article, I’m going to examine it in more depth. ...


Change is Hard

- Dominik Maximini
in Community Blogfeed

Did you ever notice how hard it is for people to change? I constantly run into this phenomenon when introducing Scrum. You don't have to go that far though. Take a look around, you can see it everywhere! Last week I ate some breakfast at a hotel. The room was not crowded and a couple of other peop...


Scrum.org at The Path to Agility (COHAA) Conference 2014

- Scrum Admin
in Scrum.org News

It's that time of the year again! For the fourth consecutive time, Scrum.org is a Gold Sponsor at the COHAA Path to Agility conference in Columbus, Ohio, May 20-21. There are two days--the Path to Craftsmanship, and the Path to Agility--during which a vibrant community of agile practition...

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Agile Families: Techniques for Living with Change [PODCAST]

- David Starr
in Community Blogfeed

What happens when you apply agile practices to managing your family life? Is Scrum a good way to manage kids and their busy schedules? Agile expert David Starr from Scrum.org talks to Scott about implementing agile in his family. [Listen to podcast...]

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Scrum Day Europe 2014: 3rd Edition

- Scrum Admin
in Scrum.org News

Scrum Day Europe has been a great and lively journey for and by the agile community and friends of Scrum. In 2012, we shared how software can indeed be created in 30 days. Last year, we expanded our discussion on extending Scrum into the Enterprise. With tremendous momentum, join us again this ye...

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Pepperoni, Metrics and Software

- Don McGreal
in Community Blogfeed

The disconnect between the delivery organization and the business is prevalent in the software industry. Somewhere along the line, the real vision behind our projects get lost. We all know it. Can better agile metrics help? Let's talk pizza. [Continue Reading...]


The Power of Anonymous Retrospectives

- Scrum Admin
in Community Blogfeed

The Scrum values - Openness, Commitment, Focus, Respect and Courage are the foundation for the behavior and practices in Scrum. It’s difficult for organizations to adhere to these values from the onset of their Agile journey. Agility is about behavior and cultural changes and the values listed...


Empirical Management Explored: Evidence-Based Management for Software Organizations

- Gunther Verheyen
in Resources, Community Publications

The complexity and the creative nature of software development make it a highly fascinating, yet quite unpredictable business. Scrum employs empiricism, systematic inspection and adaptation, to deal with the unpredictability typical to software development. The empirical process is a much better fit...


Can Software Developers Meet the Need?

- Ken Schwaber
in Community Blogfeed

Marc Andreessen provided some insights into the importance of software and the software profession’s ability to meet the need at “Why Software Is Eating The World”. Scrum facilitates control through frequent, regular inspection and adaptation of transparent software functionality....


4 Signs You're Doing Agile Development Wrong

- Erik Weber
in Community Blogfeed

If you're not getting what you want from Agile, these signs might explain why. Agility is the ability for development teams to respond quickly, deliver value sooner, and change your product along with changing customer needs and market opportunities. Implementations of agility vary widely, but we s...

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Scrum.org Participates in ScrumDay 2014 (Paris) as Gold Sponsor

- Scrum Admin
in Scrum.org News

Scrum.org is joining the French Scrum User Group’s annual ScrumDay event at Disneyland® Paris in the Hotel New York® Convention Center on April 10th and 11th. Gunther Verheyen, leader of the Professional Series at Scrum.org, will be delivering the closing keynote entitled “Eviden...

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What my father taught me about Agility Path (34 years before it was invented!)

- Martin Hinshelwood
in Community Blogfeed

A few weeks ago I headed out to the Scrum.org offices in Boston to participate in training to become an Engagement Manager for Agility Path. I was talking to my father about it when I got back and was surprised that he recognised many of the practices and tools. In the 1990′s my father (John ...


Half-Life of commitments

- Ralph Jocham
in Community Blogfeed

During private PSF (Profession Scrum Foundation) classes my students create a Change Backlog. The idea of this backlog is to codify the things that need to be changed in order to become agile. Actually, after they finished creating the backlog I ask them to put a name on each sticky note, meaning th...

Tags: Teams, Management

Avanade Partner in Principle of Scrum.org

- Scrum Admin
in Scrum.org News

Avanade, a 20,000+ person venture formed by Microsoft and Accenture is a global business technology and managed services company. With more than 70 locations worldwide and 12,000 professionals making up their offshore global delivery network, Avanade’s footprint allows them to excel at helpi...


Our Fight Against Technical Debt

- Scrum Admin
in Community Blogfeed

When implementing a new functionality you have two options: blue or red – quick and dirty or smart and clean. If you chose the first option you create a debt that has to be paid at some point. If you go with the second option it takes longer to implement new features but it makes change easier...


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