Scrum Pulse

SCRUM PULSE

A free webcast by Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers addressing common challenges faced by the software profession.

Upcoming webcasts

NEXT: Scaling Professional Scrum with Visual Studio Team Services with Martin Hinshelwood

Date: June 27, 2016, 12:00 EST (16:00 UTC)

In this interactive webcast, Visual Studio ALM MVP and Ranger Martin Hinshelwood enlightens us on scaling professional Scrum with Visual Studio Team Services.

Tools don’t solve problems, but they can help reduce the friction of Scaling Professional Scrum. The only way to successfully scale across multiple teams, maybe in multiple countries, is to create robust automation and orchestration for minimising the risks, and time, of manual tasks. Visual Studio Team Services allows you to create a robust, platform agnostic, support structure that can start where you are, and grow as your needs mature. One Scrum Team, One Nexus, or many...See how it grows...


Register to Attend This Webcast on Scaling w/VSTS
COMING SOON: Transforming a 25,000+ Person Consulting Company to Become More Agile with Karel Deman and Patricia Kong

Date: July 20, 2016, 12:00 EST (16:00 UTC)

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, Avanade joined Scrum.org as a partner in principle to support these initiatives.

In this session, Karel Deman, global agile lead at Avanade, and Patricia Kong, who leads the Scrum.org scaling initiative, will describe how Avanade improved their organizational agility. They will also share the successes and challenges Avanade faced in scaling ability across the enterprise to best deliver solutions to their clients using Scrum and agile practices.


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Archive

Cage Fight: Product Owner vs Product Manager - ScrumPulse Webcast #12

- Dave West
in Webcasts

Scrum has become the de facto standard for organizing agile development teams with its focus on feedback, frequent delivery of working software and simplicity. But as scrum reduces organizational complexity, it often makes the life of the product manager harder. Suddenly, a product manager is expect...


The Core Protocols© - ScrumPulse Webcast #11

- Ralph Jocham
in Webcasts

Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman. Have you ever attended a meeting realizing that you have wasted valuable time? Have you ever had the feeling that an important discussion is leading nowhere? Did you lack the courage to state the truth? T...


We’re Moving to Agile: What Are Our Testers Going to Do? - ScrumPulse Webcast #10

- Pradeepa Narayanaswamy
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Ravi Verma. As more and more organizations transition to agile, many still do not understand how testing fits into agile teams. Does it simply mean placing a tester on every team? Or does it mean doing away with the role ...


Organisational Improvement: Using a Framework to Guide Your Change - ScrumPulse Webcast #9

- Simon Reindl
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman. Guiding an organisation through lasting change is complex. There is often a myriad of competing factors that need to be considered and these are different for each organisation. We know that our situation is...


Challenges in the Development Team - ScrumPulse Webcast #8

- Peter Gfader
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman. Download the slide deck here. Do you build the right thing for your organization to bring value? What is value that your software brings to the table? What impact do you try to achieve with the software y...


How to Ship your Software with Confidence and Speed - ScrumPulse Webcast #7

- Eric Landes
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman.  How and why can DevOps help your team to rapidly build better applications for your business? This is a must view for organizations looking to benefit from implementing DevOps into their development a...


Psychological Models in Scrum - ScrumPulse Webcast #6

- Kate Terlecka
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman.  Learning, responsibility and power - the three psychological models very useful in a Scrum Master's daily work. Scrum Masters, while working with teams, battle multiple problems and dysfunctions. Havi...


Agile Metrics - ScrumPulse Webcast #5

- Don McGreal
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Ravi Verma The disconnect between the delivery organization and the business is prevalent within the software industry. Somewhere along the line, the real vision behind our projects gets lost. We all know it. Can better m...


Self Managing Scrum Teams: 4 Building Blocks and an Evidence Based Approach - ScrumPulse Webcast #4

- Ravi Verma
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Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Mark Noneman In this interactive webcast, Ravi Verma, Scrum expert, and founder of SmoothApps discusses self-managing teams, a fundamental element core to agile software delivery and any Scrum Team. Ravi will dive deep in...

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Scaling Scrum and Agility - ScrumPulse Webcast #3

- David Dame
in Webcasts

Note: this episode of #ScrumPulse is moderated by Professional Scrum Trainer, Ravi Verma Increasing agility in a large organizations requires more than flexibility. What is needed to coordinate multiple development team’s working toward a single common release? How might large organizations ...


Transparency in the Trenches: Lessons From the Field to Inspire Your Organization’s Agile Journey - ScrumPulse Webcast #2

- Dan Sloan
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Dan Sloan introduces the pillar of transparency in Scrum and will navigate you through a journey of successes and challenges he’s encountered in his years of coaching and training Scrum teams around the globe – all of which hinged around this important principle of agility. Specific arti...


Dealing with Technical Debt: Avoiding Technical Bankruptcy - ScrumPulse Webcast #1

- Mark Noneman
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The phrase “technical debt” has become a commonly used phrase in software development. Technical debit is analogous to financial debt; build up too much and you’ll start paying more in “interest” and “principal” than you can invest in future value. This webc...


Next on Scrum Pulse?

Scaling Professional Scrum with Visual Studio Team Services

with Martin Hinshelwood, June 27


Transforming a 25,000+ Person Company to Become More Agile

with Karel Demain, July 20

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