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Dieser Beitrag befasst sich mit den zehn wichtigsten Strategien aus dem Buch Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide und bietet einen Wegweiser für Teams, die Kaizen-Praktiken einführen möchten.
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In this episode PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans guest hosts and is joined by PST Nichervan Fazel, an influential figure in the Scrum community. (15:03 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Pulse, Professional Scrum Trainer Samuel Adesoga explores how to embrace empiricism in Portfolio Management.
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To transcend Mechanical Scrum, it's crucial for the Agile community to re-emphasize the importance of the Scrum Values, encourage adaptable practices, and foster environments that prioritize continuous improvement, team autonomy, and value creation. Success stories from those who have shifted from m...
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Learning Series
Understanding a product’s revenue and cost is key to creating and executing on a product’s strategy as well as determining its value.
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What is product revenue? Monitoring product revenue and sales helps you understand whether demand for a product is increasing or stagnating over time.
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What is product cost and how do you manage it? Understanding and managing product cost is essential for Scrum Teams and Product Owners, ultimately contributing to the overall success of their product.
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Scrum training goes beyond professional development, offering skills for personal and daily life too. But how? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PSTs Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Greg Crown discuss the unexpected ways Scrum prepares you for numerous real-life situations.
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El estudio "jam" de Sheena Iyengar y el libro "La paradoja de la elección" de Barry Schwartz muestran cómo demasiadas opciones pueden abrumar y disminuir la eficacia de las decisiones. Para los Product Owners en Scrum, esto implica priorizar efectivamente el backlog, mantener una visión clara y expe...
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Learn how Scrum's adaptive, iterative approach equips Scrum Masters with the strategies to master complexity, driving teams towards creative solutions and value in fluid, challenging environments.
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This post provides guidance for conducting a Nexus Sprint Review, a key component of the Nexus Scaled Scrum Framework (or any scaled Scrum implementation) aimed at enhancing inspection and adaptation for large-scale agile development. Dissatisfied with existing guidance, I decided to share my insigh...
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In this video, Martin delves into the simplicity of initiating Kanban within any team or organisation. He outlines the straightforwardness of the process, highlighting how any individual can kickstart a transformative journey 🚀. Martin shares insights on overcoming traditional hurdles 🚧, leveraging ...
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This post dives into the top ten actionable strategies derived from the Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide book, providing a roadmap for teams eager to embrace Kaizen practices.
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In diesem Artikel stellt PST Simon Flossmann die 5 häufigsten Missverständnisse bei der Anwendung von Scrum vor:
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Don't confuse a Roadmap with a Realase Plan and vice versa. They serve different purposes.
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Esta semana hablaremos de como priorizar clientes, empoderar empleados y abrazar estrategias sostenibles para construir un futuro de éxito duradero en vuestra organización
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🚀 Dive into the #AgileRevolution in defense! Discover how drones, open-source innovation, and Scrum are reshaping the future of national security. From composability to stable interfaces, find out how agility accelerates innovation. 🛡️ Transform your organization's approach and thrive in the exponen...
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Sprint Backlog? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (62)
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Podcast
Dans cette session « Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer », Sabrina Ferlisi, Olivier Ledru et François Fort répondront à vos questions sur Scrum et sur les défis auxquels vos équipes sont confrontées.
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A Product Owner guides a product's journey to success. They are accountable for translating customer wishes and needs to a viable and competitive product, using vision, goals, and the Product Backlog.
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Eric shows how you could use Kanban in conjunction Product Discovery techniques to add transparency to your innovation efforts.
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Module
This pieces describes the stages of the product lifecycle and how a Product Owner should consider adjust their product strategy accordingly.
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En este nuevo artículo del PST Jerónimo Palacios, explica como organizar del trabajo de un producto y el Product Backlog cuando se trabaja a escala
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Wie entwirfst du eine gute Schulung? In diesem Artikel gewährt PST Simon Flossmann einen Blick hinter die Kulissen und verrate dir, wie du Trainings, Schulungen und Workshops entwerfen kannst.
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Dieser Artikel behandelt sprintbezogene Fehlverhalten der drei Scrum-Rollen, der Stakeholder bzw. Interessenvertreter sowie des IT-Management, und wie diese adressiert werden können.
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Podcast
In this live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainers, Andreanna Marshall and Scott Adams will be available to answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams have. (57:08 Minutes)
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There are numerous benefits to a Definition of Done, but consider this: The entire purpose of Sprint is to deliver a done, usable increment at least once per Sprint. Shouldn’t we be clear about what done means to us in our context? In this article, we'll discuss 10 benefits of the Definition of D...
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What does Scrum look like in the future? In this video, PST's Jason Malmstadt, Robert Pieper, and Greg Crown discuss if it adapts or fades away with tech & agile changes.
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Podcast
In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, host Emily Lint and guest Gabrielle Hayes discuss what it truly means to “choose your own career” in the product management field as well as how to stay on that path as your most authentic self. (35:23
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In questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta condivide le differenze fra il management classico e l'idea del management in Scrum. In quali contesti uno è migliore dell'altro? Cosa c'è di così diverso fra i due approcci e per quali motivi?
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このポッドキャストでは、業界のエキスパートを特別ゲストとして迎え、アジャイルとスクラムの世界にふかく潜り込んでいきます。スクラム、DevOps、ユーザーエクスペリエンス、プロダクトマネージメント、コーチングなど、様々なトピックをカバーします。私、フォンテーヌグレゴリは、「アジャイルの旅」ポッドキャストのホストです。アジャイルコーチ、スクラムマスター、またはコンサルタントとして日本企業を支援しております。そして、Scrum.orgの認定プロフェッショナルスクラムトレーナーです。 今回のゲストはRed Hatでアジャイルコーチとシニアアーキテクトをしている清水 弘毅です。このエピソードではスクラ...
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PST's Greg Crown, Robb Pieper, and Jason Malmstadt unravel how Scrum Master training isn't just another course; it's your gateway to transforming how you approach projects and teamwork. Whether you're new to Agile or looking to deepen your understanding, we've got insights that will illuminate your ...
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Podcast
In this PST Spotlight episode, Guest host PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans interviews fellow PST Will Seele, a distinguished personality in the Scrum world. (16:53 Minutes)
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Becoming a Scrum Master requires interpersonal skills, adaptability, continuous learning, and a clear focus on goals and team dynamics. It’s about leading and inspiring teams to deliver value.
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Las historias de usuario no deben tratarse como requisitos, ya que esto puede tener consecuencias negativas en el desarrollo y la calidad del producto. Es importante enriquecer su entendimiento con prácticas complementarias, una en particular que disfruto es el framework de las 7 dimensiones, de un ...
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What's the difference between Acceptance Criteria and Definition of Done? Teams that use Acceptance Criteria without a Definition of Done are skipping a crucial element of Professional Scrum!
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El Product Backlog es una artefacto que promueve el foco en Scrum. Sin embargo, la gestión de dependencias puede ser un problema. En este artículo del PST Jerónimo Palacios, debate como asignar valor y gestionarlas.
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Dive into the Scrum framework's approach to ingrained quality through the Definition of Done.
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In Scrum Lightning Round, PSTs Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt discuss the major Dos and Don'ts for Professional Scrum Masters to be Successful.
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In this video, Martin dives into the nuanced world of workflow optimisation within creative industries, exploring why Kanban is gaining traction over traditional methods like Scrum. 🎨🖌️ He shares insights from his own journey, highlighting Kanban's flexibility and its ability to mould into the uniqu...
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Los puntos de historia, aunque ampliamente utilizados, son cuestionados debido a sus limitaciones para alinearse con las necesidades del cliente, incentivar comportamientos correctos, predecir esfuerzo y planificar en entornos complejos. En su lugar, se propone adoptar métricas de flujo como el Tiem...
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Dive into the world of organizational dysfunctions that clash with the Scrum Values. Learn how these challenges can cripple team morale, dilute effectiveness, and overshadow genuine talent. Is your workplace culture sprouting these issues? Find out and start the change in your professional life!
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This article covers the three Scrum accountabilities (formerly roles) and addresses interferences of stakeholders and IT/line management with this crucial Scrum event.
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The Scrum.org Professional Agile Leadership (PAL I) assessment is a 60-minute timeboxed assessment. You need to score over 85% to pass and gain the PAL I certification. The assessment contains 36 questions in English of multiple choice type.
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Dreht sich die Diskussion im Meeting im Kreis? In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann dir 10 Interventionen, um diese heikle Phase zu überwinden und zu einer Entscheidung zu gelangen:
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Los principios Lean Agile combinan la agilidad con el enfoque Lean para optimizar procesos, eliminar desperdicios y maximizar el valor al cliente.
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Applying the Definition of Done wrong will be detrimental to your agility.
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Have you ever considered how a satisfying meal relates to effective Sprint Planning in Scrum? 🍽️📊 Eating on a full stomach is similar to achieving 100% capacity utilization in Sprint Planning; interestingly, neither is good.
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Having a Product Roadmap for a single product seems to be a standard in Product Management. This visual aid helps with a general product overview without unnecessary details. It drives conversations with stakeholders while creating transparency and shared understanding.
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Scrum Master: So you've hit the pinnacle of Scrum Mastery, is there anything after that? In this video, PST's Greg Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robb Pieper offer guidance and insights into possible career progressions for experienced Scrum Masters looking to expand their professional horizons.
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