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Using Scrum for Organisational Change Management

- Edwin Dando
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When I first started doing Scrum I was focused on project delivery. As a software professional I wanted to find better ways of delivering customer value and Scrum made total sense to me. But as I applied Scrum, I started to realize that Scrum isn’t actually about delivery; it is about chan...


Does your team have a bad apple?

- Edwin Dando
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A fascinating recent study has shown that a single, toxic team member can create group team wide dysfunction and breakdown. We have all worked in teams where there is one “difficult” person. They seem to take up a disproportionate amount of the teams time and energy. Conversati...

Tags: Teams, Behavior

Who stole all my Scrum benefits?

- Edwin Dando
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You’ve seen the statistics - Jeff Sutherland’s group consistently achieving 500-750% increases in productivity, organisations tripling their productivity in a matter of months etc. You’ve implemented Scrum so how come you aren’t reaping these sorts of benefits? [Read more...]...

Tags: Scrum, Teams

How to run a Sprint Review

- Edwin Dando
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The most common Scrum meeting that people seem to get wrong is the Sprint Review. I hear people calling it a “demo", a “showcase” or my pet hate the “show and tell". This completely fails to achieve the key purpose of the Sprint Review. The Sprint Review is designed so tha...

Tags: Scrum

Creating upward behavioural spirals in Agile teams - Part 1 of 2

- Edwin Dando
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I love being Scrum Trainer, mentor and coach. It provides regular insights into human behaviour that I personally find utterly fascinating. One of my favourite exercises that I use in Scrum Training is the Ball Game. It is a simple game and gives teams a wonderful opportunity to experience the power...


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