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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to your Sprint Backlog? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (73)
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In this episode, PST Ryan Ripley guest hosts and interviews PST John Coleman about his journey to becoming a PST. (25:30 Minutes)
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In this article, the Developers at Amazing Outcomes share how they go beyond writing code to be effective and deliver value to their business and their users.
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Fortune Buchholtz at the 61st Hands-on Agile Meetup on an agile coaching practice few use.
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Are You Aspiring to Be a Product Owner? Discover essential steps to craft your personal roadmap towards becoming a successful Product Owner in the Agile world.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to your Product Backlog? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (71)
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West and PST Sam Falco discuss the confusion surrounding Scrum Master job titles and Accountabilities, emphasizing the need to broaden one's perspective beyond the team level to understand the organization's strategic goals. (30:24 Minutes)
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If you are a football coach, you can’t coach your team if you don’t understand football. Similarly, if you want to serve your team better as a true leader, first you should understand their world. Read this blog post to see how …
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Are you a new Product Owner? How is it going? Feeling excited or challenged? No worries—you are not alone. We have captured the five pitfalls most new Product Owners face and how to avoid them.
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What do you do as a Product Owner? Do you see any change in your role in the past few years? Read the article and share your experience.
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In this PST Spotlight episode guest hosted by PST Ryan Ripley, PST David Sabine shares his first exposure to Scrum in 2007 during a two-day training seminar organized by his then-employer. This led him and his colleagues to experiment with Scrum in their workplace, with David volunteering to be the ...
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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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In this blog post PST Mary Iqbal discusses the question - Who Writes Product Backlog items Scrum?
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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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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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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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Uncover when their technical acumen is a game-changer, a nice-to-have, or probably detrimental.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Daily Scrum? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (68)
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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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The integration of Azure DevOps and Mural revolutionizes the visualization and management of Product Backlog items. Mural acts as a versatile front-end for Azure DevOps Services (as well as Jira), empowering Scrum Teams to forge interactive visual roadmaps and creatively handle work items using a va...
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When people first start learning about Scrum, it can seem like Scrum requires many meetings. It might even seem like Scrum is a waste of time.
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There is a growing trend to rebut or fight an extreme view for the sake of generating likes or follows. This is a destructive process and is fed by the social platforms and media networks to generate revenue. Engage differently.
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The question is no longer whether to adopt EBM, but how quickly you can do so. Leaders ready to make this pivot will find themselves well-equipped to lead their organizations toward sustainable growth and innovation.
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Let’s gather some data on Scrum Master tasks anonymously and answer the question of what Scrum Masters do all day!
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to Sprint Planning? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (67)
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This activity is designed to help you understand how value is currently measured for your product. It’s also a good activity to improve your current approach to measuring value. It can be facilitated as a workshop for Scrum Teams working on a product or product portfolio together and may include int...
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Smart managers love EBM because it transforms the art of management into a science. The shift from "I think" to "I know" removes much of the guesswork associated with traditional management, allowing leaders to steer their teams with confidence and precision.
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Some of the highest-performing teams I have ever worked with were part of a Product team. A Product team is when multiple Scrum Teams support a single product. Here are some FAQs about Product teams.
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The following questions and responses are designed to draw out a nuanced understanding of a candidate’s experience and skills in applying agile product development principles.
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This post (inspired by Ben Horowitz author of “The hard things about hard things”) is for Scrum Masters, and people who work with Scrum Masters, and explores what good and bad looks like.
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Join host Dave West in a conversation with Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham as they chat about the challenges and strategies of Product Ownership. (30:34 Minutes)
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From Uncertain to Unstoppable: The EBM Journey Every Leader Needs to Embark On 🚀 Ready to transform your leadership with the power of EBM? Elevate your decision-making, shape the future, and lead with certainty. 🌟
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This blog explores how Scrum can solve ten common challenges that teams face, enhancing productivity and satisfaction both within teams and among stakeholders. Through its structure, Scrum addresses issues like unclear priorities, changing requirements, and ineffective communication by promoting reg...
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Understand the differences between Development Value Stream and Operational Value Stream
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, hosted by Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org, special guest David Ingram, VP of Gillette Global R&D, discusses how Gillette utilizes Scrum to simplify complex challenges within their organization. (31:07 Minutes)
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In diesem Artikel gibt dir PST Simon Flossmann 3 Tipps, wie du Fragerunde in Vorträgen und Seminaren überstehst.
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Unlock the power of Scrum to build team resilience and adaptability, embracing change as a catalyst for success.
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In this video, Martin discusses transitioning from traditional project management to agile frameworks, particularly focusing on the Kanban approach. He highlights how Kanban can be a gentle yet effective pathway for organisations hesitant about drastic changes. Through a personal journey and reflect...
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EBM is especially relevant in industries characterized by rapid change and uncertainty, as it provides a structured yet flexible approach to making informed decisions and adapting strategies based on actual performance and emerging trends.
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Productivity culture kills business agility. But productivity itself is not the problem. It is possible to have a creative relationship to creative rather than a reactive one. Let's look at examples of both.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, host Dave West is joined by Kirsty McCarthy - CEO of M:M Bio, Andrea Nisbet - Head of People at M:M Bio and Yuval Yeret - Professional Scrum Trainer. They talk about how M:M Bio uses Agile in drug discovery and R&D in the oncology and immuno-oncolo...
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