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One of the most common questions I receive via the Contact Us page on TheScrumMaster.co.uk is – How can I get my first job as a Scrum Master?
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I'm hearing from more and more companies that are using the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®) and are also looking at or practicing Agile e.g. using Scrum. In discussions with these companies two key questions surface time after time: My teams want to use Agile/Scrum - is that...
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Zum 10. Januar 2021 hat die scrum.org das bisherige Professional Scrum Developer Training (PSD) in Applying Professional Scrum for Software Development (APS-SD) umbenannt.
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TL; DR: Scrum Master Anti-Patterns from Job Ads Job ads for Scrum Master positions reveal great insight into an organization’s progress on becoming agile. I analyzed more than 50 job ads for Scrum Master positions to gain these. Learn more about what makes job ads such a treasure trove with the f...
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As of January 10, 2021, Scrum.org has renamed the former Professional Scrum Developer Training (PSD) to Applying Professional Scrum for Software Development (APS-SD). At the same time, the Professional Scrum Foundations (PSF) training has also been renamed to Applying Professional Scrum (APS).
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En quoi les compétences d'un chef de projet sont précieuses en agilité ? Quelle est la place du chef de projet avec Scrum ? Nous y répondons précisément dans cet article.
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By Professional Scrum Trainer Antonio Costa Neto: Aprenda o que é Scrum, em poucos minutos, e de uma fonte confiável. Scrum é um dos assuntos que mais cresce, quando se fala de gestão de Projetos e Produtos. (21:32 Minutos)
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We are moving toward the "Agile" Transformation. One of our goals is to increase velocities across all our teams by X%. Have you heard this?
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Como sou um Trainer oficial da Scrum.org, recebo essa pergunta constantemente, e por isso resolvi colocar todos meu conhecimento nesse artigo.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Why won’t the Developers attend the Daily Scrum? A past student left us a comment in our Slack channel asking how to get the Developers on their Scrum Team to attend the Daily Scrum.
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On today's episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Where does a Project Manager fit on a Scrum Team? We get this question pretty often,..
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I've been asked several times now about Nexus and SAFe - what are the similarities, differences, etc. If you’re not familiar with either Nexus or SAFe I recommend taking a look at the Nexus Guide and the SAFe whitepaper first.
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In this webinar, Ram Srinivasan and Dr. Gervase Bushe introduce a research-based, and time-tested model that explains how teams and leaders can build effective partnerships where people learn from each others' collective experience and collaborate better.
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There have been a few changes in Scrum Guide 2020, and I am really excited. These changes focus on ‘Values’ within the framework of Scrum...
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Asking questions rather than prescribing solutions and designing an alliance to shift the focus from “who” to “what” could make it easier for people to embrace objective truths.
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On today's episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Can one person be both the Scrum Master and Product Owner on a Scrum Team?
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When I made the transition from traditional project management to agility and Scrum, I was excited to step out of the chaos and feel more purpose in my daily work.
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In the Evidence-Based Management framework, we measure opportunities in terms of a concept we call Unrealized Value, which can be thought of as the benefit that would be realized if we could satisfy all of the currently unsatisfied outcomes of our customers.
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La Guia Scrum 2020 se publicará en noviembre, y traerá novedades importantes. En esta sesión, podréis preguntar a Alex Ballarin, un Professional Scrum Trainer cosas como: ¿Cuáles son las novedades de la Guía Scrum 2020? ¿Por qué se han cambiado los aspectos de la Guía? ¿Qué mejoras pueden aport...
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There is a new a new Scrum Guide out - version 2020. What has changed for Scrum teams practicing Kanban?
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In the The Evidence-Based Management Guide we talk about the Intermediate Strategic Goal and I likened that to the Product Goal in the 2020 Scrum Guide.
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Story Points and velocity have been used for many years in the Scrum community and have been engrained so much in the way that things are done that most folks believe that they are part of Scrum.
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While the new Scrum Guide is less prescriptive and more inclusive, it also ties loose ends by including elements better, namely the previously free-floating Sprint Goal and the Definition of Done with the creation of Scrum commitments. This inclusion works remarkably well in the former’s case; regar...
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A brief overview of the word changes between the 2020 and 2017 version of the Scrum Guide.
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Der Nexus Guide -- der Leitfaden zur Skalierung von Scrum -- wurde aktualisiert! Der Nexus Guide 2021 enthält weniger Vorschriften, Erklärung von spezifischer Terminologie und einen Ergänzender Theorieabschnitt.
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Most Scrum Teams that I encounter don’t do refinement of their Product Backlog and try to work on things that they don’t understand correctly.
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In my last post about Professional software teams creating working software David Corbin made a good point. How do you determining what “Free from fault or defect” means? Since that is different for each Product and may change over time you need to focus on Quality and reflecting that quality in a D...
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There is a better way than staggered iterations for delivery that will keep you on the path to agility. Staggered iterations lead to more technical debt and lower quality software.
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Many organisations wrestle with the seeming incompatibility between agile and release management, and they struggle with release planning and predictable delivery.
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There is no need to choose between Scrum and Kanban, but certain myths have led some to believe this is the case. It’s time to debunk them once and for all.
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Many teams are struggling with delivering modern software because they are not building with Test First Principles. Test First gives us the assurance that we have built the correct thing, that what we built is what the customer asked for and that when we change things we don’t break anything inadver...
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En esta sesión, Jeff Gothelf, autor de best-sellers como Lean UX, Sense & Respond y Forever Employable, responde a preguntas sobre como integrar Scrum y UX (sesión en inglés).
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini takes viewers through the Sprint Backlog using text from the Scrum Guide to drive the conversation. Dominik mixes stories and examples throughout the discussion. (6:24 Minutes)
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Anyone responsible for managing business results is also keen to enhance those results by improving their business performance. Regardless of what strategies they use, managers are expected to regularly review and improve business processes. Not only to grow sales or expand margins, but as a conditi...
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This case study talks about the journey of Home Credit Indonesia and how they implemented Scrum, scaled it through its IT division and eventually enterprise-wide providing greater transparency and value delivery.
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As part of the Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini describes the Sprint Review and tips for how to organize and run a Sprint Review. He also provides details on way to engage stakeholders in the Sprint Review making it a true inspection and adaption event and not a...
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En esta sesión, Guillem Hernández, PST de Scrum.org responde a dudas sobre como hacer Scrum más atractivo para los desarrolladores.
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En esta sesión "pregunta a un experto", José Casal, Kanban Trainer y PST de Scrum.org con una larga experiencia, aclara aspectos como...
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Los Equipos Scrum son multifuncionales, es decir que los miembros aportan todas las competencias necesarias para crear valor en cada Sprint. Son autoorganizados y autogestionados.
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Don't fuss too much about your training routine. Whether it's strength training, yoga, resistance training, high intensity interval training, animal flow movement, walking or core work, your body doesn't care where you train ( terrace, garage, field track, 4 feet space in your living room etc.) or w...
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In this episode of the Agile Wire Podcast with Professional Scrum Trainers Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski, they discuss Evidence-Based Management with Patricia Kong.
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Which Role is right for me? One question I frequently get from my students which role should I pursue? Should I become a Product Owner or Scrum Master? While there is no binary answer, I tried to put some of my thoughts as a blog. I hope you will find this useful. If you, – enjoy creating...
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What is up awesome people? I hope you had an awesome holiday break. As you may have noticed, there have been several changes introduced in Scrum Guide 2020. Scrum no longer emphasizes roles but instead accountabilities...
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This blog addresses unanswered audience questions from the Scrum Pulse Webinar - A Cycle Time Journey: 164 to 8 Days in 6 Months.
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At a recent class, a new Scrum Master asked me for a simple example of a Definition of Done. This post captures my answer to them and I hope it will help simplify this concept for you.
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Just take a second to imagine a professional environment where every individual connects and donates their intellectual capacity to the fullest...
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Liberating Structures has increased in popularity. In this blog, Professional Scrum Trainer Chee-Hong would like to share 13 out of the 33 (more will follow) microstructures of Liberating Structures that he often use in his Scrum class to trigger bottom-up discussions. Digitalised, completely fr...
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The most recent evolution of the Evidence-Based Management Guide (EBM) introduced three kinds of goals...
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If you are looking to fill a position for a Product Owner in your organization, you may find the following 71 interview questions useful to identify the right candidate.
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El Scrum Master es un líder servicial, un rol transformador, un rol de cambio. Su forma de actuar es indirecta, facilitando en todo momento la autogestión del Equipo Scrum para lograr el Objetivo del Producto.
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