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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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Podcast
In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, Emily Lint and Kate Arms combined their two favorite loves: Psychology and Agile by discussing the Theory of Positive Disintegration and how it impacts the way we transform. Could hard transformations and struggles help us to actually grow better? (45:5...
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Webcast
In this webinar, Dr Bull Holland, BMNT Director of Education and Training, and Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org, advocate for an iterative, human-centric approach that focuses on always learning by delivering value, engaging stakeholders, and challenging assumptions to create innovative and valuable prod...
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​Tôi nhận được khá nhiều câu hỏi từ các anh chị học viên rằng: “Em là người hướng nội, liệu công việc Scrum Master có phù hợp với em không?”. Hôm nay tôi sẽ thông qua bài blog để trả lời cho câu hỏi này một cách chi tiết. Nếu bạn là người hướng nội, và đang quan tâm đến vai trò Scrum Master, hoặc đa...
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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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When companies dip their toe in Agile waters, they often start by simply trying out an Agile framework such as Scrum to deliver something relatively small, such as a project. And that's a great way to start. However, with this comes the question: Can a Project Manager be a Scrum Master?
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Scrum Masters: Are problems slowing your Scrum team's progress? In this video, PSTs Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Gregory Crown will give you tips to help you clear up impediments and get your team working better together. Learn how to build good relationships, ask helpful questions, and solve...
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In this video, Martin Hinshelwood tackles common myths about Scrum that hinder its adoption and effectiveness. Join him as he delve into these misconceptions and uncover the true philosophy of Scrum. 🌟
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In this Scrum Tapas video, the focus is on answering the common question, "Why should we start doing Scrum?" Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf suggests flipping the question around and considering the cost of not doing Scrum. (2:21 Minutes)
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Join Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf in this Scrum Tapas video as he shares his experiences in introducing Scrum through pilot programs or lighthouses. (4:37 Minutes)
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Join Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf in this insightful Scrum Tapas video as he discusses the concept of "safe to fail" experiments. (2:22 Minutes)
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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 questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta elabora il concetto degli obiettivi in Scrum, Product e Sprint Goal in particolare, quanto questi siano elementi chiave per massimizzare il valore rilasciato agli utenti del prodotto e un modello da poter scaricare ed utilizzare al lavoro per cominciare a creare ...
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In this video, PSTs Greg Crown, Robert Pieper, and Jason Malmstadt break down the three Scrum artifacts: the Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, and Increment. They provide clear explanations and practical tips to ensure you're using these artifacts effectively to deliver valuable Product Increments ev...
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Podcast
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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What is the difference between validation and verification?
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In diesem Artikel erkläre PST Simon Flossmann vier Karrierepfade für Scrum Master.
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Las transformaciones ágiles prometen adaptabilidad e innovación, pero son vulnerables a la partida de líderes clave. El éxito requiere persistencia y co-creación. Guillem Hernandez Sola habla de esto en el siguiente post, de la vulnerabilidad en la agilidad de negocio.
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El Product Owner es un experto en la gestión de productos y su alcance incluye muchos aspectos como son la estrategia de producto, objetivos de producto y valor entre otros. En este post exploramos algunos aspectos que debe desarrollar un Product Owner efectivo.
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Activity
This activity describes how to facilitate the Perfection Game to get feedback from users.
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Blog Post
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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Podcast
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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Blog Post
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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Blog Post
Updates to the Evidence-Based Management Guide in 2024 by Patricia Kong and Kurt Bittner
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Podcast
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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Module
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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Blog Post
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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Podcast
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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Blog Post
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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Whitepaper
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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Blog Post
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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