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The Power of Anonymous Retrospectives

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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...


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

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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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Avanade Partner in Principle of Scrum.org

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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

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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...


Evidence-Based Management for Software Organizations

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Evidence-Based Management (EBMgt™) is an approach to managing software organizations for the value they deliver to the organization as a whole. It relies on the evaluation of valuable outcomes for the company and determines which parts of the software delivery process contribute to them. This ...


PSPO I Assessment is Now Available to All

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All Scrum.org assessments and certifications can now be attempted by anyone, worldwide. Assessing one’s knowledge is a great way to validate, learn, and improve one’s understanding of a given subject area. Now, Product Owners who need to understand what drives value for their product, a...


Essentials for Creating and Maintaining a High Performance Development Team

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What I see a lot of, is organisations hiring code monkeys rather than professionals. Either they hire: the cheapest talent they can get their hands on. Now they want the best, but how much they have to pay the developer is the most important factor to them, or the person that completes ...


Agile Transformation at Philips

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Is Having Fun Important for Agile Teams?

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Working in an agile team can sometimes be stressful. For instance when the needs of the customers are unclear, if there is a lot of work to be done, or when team members are having difficulties doing their work. You might ask the question if having fun could reduce the feelings of stress, increase m...

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How does increased transparency reduce risk in software development projects?

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Lack of transparency leads to poor quality, which has a strong negative impact on organisation’s brands and revenue. Customers delay sales, and you lose revenue because of poor quality Releasing poor quality software builds the expectation that initial releases will be buggy. If a release ...


Brain Games

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Brainstorming is a technique that is often used in Scrum. Especially during Sprint Retrospectives. Brainstorming has some basic rules which are urged to provide its efficiency:  Don’t judge or criticize ideas. Encourage fantastic and wild ideas. Go for quantity. The mor...

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Give Thanks For Scrum: The 5th ANNUAL 11/26/2013

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Join Ken Schwaber, Jeff Sutherland, and the Scrum Community of Greater Boston for The 5th Annual Give Thanks For Scrum happening on November 26, 2013 in Woburn, MA. Jeff and Ken give keynotes, and answer your most challenging Scrum questions. Expect great sessions; great socializing; great food, and...


NPR’s Gone Agile…Even Their Newsroom!

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On the last blazing hot day of fall, Rob Bole (Director of Innovation at BBG) and I (Erica Malouf, Blogger/Researcher at BBG) hopped in a cab near the National Mall and landed at the shiny, new NPR headquarters at 1111 North Capitol Street NE. We had one mission: corner Zach Brand, head of all thing...


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Sprint Retrospectives in Practice

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A couple of months ago we looked at how to conduct a Sprint Review. We saw that a Review considers what work was done, and distinguished it from a Sprint Retrospective which reflects upon how work is being done. The distinction between the two can appear to be rather academic, and slurring a Review ...

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