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An agile adoption often fizzes out like many leadership instances before it. Here are five ways to prevent atrophy.
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Im letzten Teil der „Coaching-Haltung für Scrum Master“-Artikelreihe geht PST Simon Flossmann auf die Frage ein: Wie du Gespräche so strukturierst, damit sie konstruktiv sind?
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Sprint? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (71)
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Lavaneesh Gautam, a Professional Scrum Trainer, shares his journey to becoming a Scrum Master and PST with guest host PST Ryan Ripley. (13:35 Minutes)
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My recent article Debunking ten Common Objections to Incremental Delivery for Software Teams introduced ten of the most common objections to incremental delivery. In this article I introduce and debunk ten more objections to you guessed it, incremental delivery.
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In this blog post PST Mary Iqbal discusses the question - Who Writes Product Backlog items Scrum?
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A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties that outlines the terms and conditions of a particular transaction or relationship. Working with external suppliers to develop a product to set expectations is essential. The Agile Manifesto contains a warning about contracts.
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Finden Sie heraus, wann technische Product Owner und ihr Scharfsinn ein entscheidender Faktor für den Teamerfolg, ein Nice-to-have oder wahrscheinlich sogar nachteilig sind.
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Incorporating the Product Vision into Scrum events is not just about keeping the product vision alive in everyone’s minds; it’s about creating a shared language and understanding that propels your team forward. Learn how this useful tool could be used across Scrum events.
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Heute erscheint der 2. Teil der Artikelserie „Coaching-Haltung für Scrum Master“ von PST Simon Flossmann.
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When Scrum Masters adopt a more heroic stance, stepping in to resolve every issue themselves or not experimenting with new approaches, they can repress the team's opportunity to learn and self-manage.
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Product Owners: feeling overwhelmed by your Product Backlog? You're not alone! In this video, PSTs Robert Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt address the typical challenges you face and provide you with effective strategies for managing your product backlogs.
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Updates to the Evidence-Based Management Guide in 2024 by Patricia Kong and Kurt Bittner
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New to Scrum or looking to build on your Scrum expertise? Then this session is for you. In this recorded session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, listeners asked PST Mehdi Hoseini questions about using Scrum at home, estimation, Sprint Goals, transitioning from Waterfall to Scrum and more! (52:3...
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“Your Story” is a vodcast (video cast) series with the mission of sharing the professional life story of Professional Scrum Trainers (PST). In this episode, you will hear Mr. Gunther Verheyen’s story.
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Scrum Teams use feedback as a compass to improve and innovate their product. Here are 5 strategies to help teams gather better feedback.
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In this video, Martin dives deep into the essence of DevOps, drawing from personal experiences and professional insights 📽️💡. He elaborates on the evolution of DevOps, its impact on software development, and how it complements Agile practices. Join us for a thought-provoking exploration of embracing...
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In diesem Artikel verrät PST Simon Flossmann 5 Fragen, um Blockaden zu lösen, den Lösungsraum zu öffnen und Zusammenarbeit zu ermöglichen.
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Uncover when their technical acumen is a game-changer, a nice-to-have, or probably detrimental.
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Esta semana, Guillem Hernandez Sola ha reflexionado sobre la gestión de productos des del punto de vista de Agile. Analiza de como unificar roles de gerente de producto (Product Manager) y propietario del producto (Product Owner). Lo hace des del punto de vista para optimizar la comunicación, la t...
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Have you considered inspecting the Sprint Review itself? I introduced a retrospective of our Sprint Review at a client, and it was a game-changer!
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Emergent leadership thrives when every team member knows they have the power to lead, guided by the needs of the moment rather than the titles of yesterday.
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Dans son dernier article, Vivien Colas propose un regard nuancé sur une question qui agite régulièrement notre communauté : 'Est-ce vraiment la fin de l'agilité?' Une perspective enrichissante pour éclairer votre réflexion.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to Sprint Retrospective? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (70)
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In this episode of the Scrum.org community podcast, host Dave West speaks with representatives from Easy Software, including CEO Filip Moravek, Product Owner Jan Řeřicha, and Professional Scrum Trainer Karel Smutný. Easy Software has been using Scrum to develop and improve their product, Redmine, a ...
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Scope Creep - the unintentional growth of the scope of a project - is a major concern in traditional, phased projects. How do you avoid scope creep in Scrum? Does the Scrum framework offer any tools or practices to avoid this destructive force? The answer is not as straight forward as you might thin...
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Whitepaper
This whitepaper is an executive overview of concepts and ideas for designing & creating agile organizations. It is a collaboration between Cesario Ramos, co-creator of the Creating Agile Organizations approach and Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org.
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In this whitepaper, Professional Scrum Trainer Alex van der Star explores the concept of probabilistic forecasting and its application in Scrum.
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These brief and targeted events are designed to keep the team focused on their goal, ensure transparency on the plans for the day, and quickly highlight any blockers, impediments or challenges.
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In diesem Artikel klärt PST Simon Flossmann über einige der Irrtümer auf, die rund um das Inkrement in Scrum existieren.
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Dieser Artikel befasst sich mit den Gefahren mangelnder Transparenz, begrenzter bis nicht vorhandener Unterstützung durch die Führung und warum Geld-nicht-ausgeben der falsche Ansatz ist.
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Customer outcomes are the results that customers and users experience when they use a product. This piece describes the characteristics of customer outcomes as well as how to define them.
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Does this scenario sound familiar? Your company has embraced agile and teams now enjoy greater focus and clearer collaboration. Yet the anticipated business benefits have not materialized. Delivery is slow, expensive and a source of frustration. Although agile has markedly improved organisations,...
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A common question we see people struggle with is, how do I measure success as a Scrum Master. In this article, we tackle this challenging topic.
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Impact Mapping is typically used to build products, but it can be just as effective when building better organizations. This video explains how to combine Lean Change Management with Impact Mapping to do just that.
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In this Scrum Pulse webinar, we are happy to host Prof Dave Snowden, creator of the Cynefin framework, and Nigel Thurlow, PST, co-creator of The Flow System and creator of Scrum The Toyota Way. They outline the Hexi approach and how it can help practitioners extend their toolkits beyond the constrai...
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The Definition of Done is a commitment that guides teams toward their goals. It's about ensuring that each product backlog item delivers value to the end user while maintaining quality standards.
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Transitioning from a traditional project manager to a Scrum Master necessitates a shift from predictive models to an empirical, iterative approach, focusing on agility and adaptability in complex scenarios.
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Podcast
This episode features guest host PST Ryan Ripley interviewing John Riley about his experiences that led him to becoming a Professional Scrum Trainer. (14:58 Minutes)
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Are you part of a new Scrum team? Learn about three common mistakes that new teams often make and how to avoid them in this video with PST's Jason Malmstadt, Gregory Crown, and Robert Pieper.
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En este nuevo post explicamos porque la Transformación Ágil debe concentrarse en un cambio hacia una mentalidad de producto y también en un cambio en el modelo operativo de como las empresas gestionan los productos para producir una innovación sostenida.
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In these videos, Martin uncovers the pitfalls that can derail our efforts towards achieving a truly efficient workflow. 📉🔍 He delves into the importance of not just identifying but addressing the underlying issues that hinder progress. From the stories shared, it becomes evident that the path to eff...
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We cover the perils of a lack of transparency, limited to non-existing leadership support, and why penny-pinching is the wrong approach.
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In the dynamic world of product development, articulating a clear and compelling product vision is paramount. It’s the North Star that guides every aspect of product strategy, design, and execution. It serves stakeholders and teams alike.
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In diesem Artikel gibt PST Simon Flossmann 3 Tipps gegen Zombie-Scrum.
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Esta semana Guillem Hernandez Sola reflexiona sobre las metodologías ágiles como Agile, Six Sigma o Scrum pueden limitar la adaptabilidad del cambio. Además la flexibilidad sobre los valores sobre prácticas, la mejora continua, la personalización y empoderamiento de las personas en las organizaci...
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El liderazgo Ágil es importante para lograr la adopción de un entorno cultural basado en el trabajo en equipo y el empirismo. A continuación comparto algunas consideraciones que pueden ser tomadas en cuenta para desarrollar las habilidades de liderazgo.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Magdalena Firlit explores the key differences between outputs and outcomes, highlighting why focusing on outcomes is crucial. Additionally, she illustrates these concepts with practical examples to help you apply this understanding effectively in...
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How the MINDSPACE framework, developed by experts from the UK's Behavioural Insights Team, can enhance Scrum adoption.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to Sprint Review? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (69)
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