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Ahora hay un cambio en los roles. Se ha cambiado el rol que era el Equipo de Desarrollo, por el rol de Desarrolladores.
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The Daily Scrum is probably the best known, and possibly the most misunderstood, Scrum event. Here’s why.
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Estoy muy contento de que comentarios que he visto y recibido sobre la nueva Guía Scrum 2020.
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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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Four PST's (Andy Hiles, Steve Trapps, Sjoerd Kranendonk and Jasper Alblas) discuss the changes in the 2020 version of the Scrum Guide. You can watch the video above.
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In this post, we describe one tiny experiment that can create big shifts in how teams experience the Scrum Events and the decisions they make during them.
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On November 18, 2020, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland released an updated version of the Scrum Guide. In this blog post, I will share what you need to know about the 2020 Scrum Guide. I will start with the most important things you need to know, and then I’ll get into a little more nuance for the S...
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A free do-it-yourself workshop to help Scrum Teams articulate the paradoxical challenges they face and find imaginative solutions to navigate them.
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The following are the changes that struck me the most in the 2020 Scrum Guide...
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By Christiaan Verwijs, Johannes Schartau, Barry Overeem - Zombie Scrum Survival Guide is for Scrum Masters, Scrum practitioners, Agile coaches and leaders, and everyone who wants to transform Scrums promises into reality.
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Scrum Framework poster (2020 update) by Scrum Facilitators #ScrumGuide2020 #Scrum
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OKRs are a powerful tool for setting and measuring goals, but like all power tools, they can become dangerous in unskilled hands. When used in informed ways, they can improve focus and lift outcomes, but when mishandled, they can increase waste and inflict real damage upon the organizations that ado...
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The Scrum Guide Reordered 2020 is based on about 95 percent of the text of the Scrum Guide 2020, extending its original structure by adding additional categories, for example, on self-management, commitments, or accountability.
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Podcast
In this podcast Scrum Facilitators from the Netherlands Sjoerd Kranendonk and Jasper Alblas discuss the new Scrum Guide (version 2020) with Scrum Coaches Steve Trapps and Andy Hiles from the UK.
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The new Scrum Guide describes the whole Scrum Team as self-managing. But how do you lead these teams? Do they need leaders? And if so, where should we leaders focus on? Peter Koning - author of Agile Leadership Toolkit - gives three practical tips
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In the 2020 Scrum Guide, the Definition of Done is created by the Scrum Team. In previous versions of the Scrum Guide, this responsibility was explicitly owned by the Development Team. I will explain the intention of the change and what it means for Scrum Teams.
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With the launch of the new Scrum Guide, we also created a new illustration of the Scrum framework.
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The Sprint Planning has been enriched with a third topic - Why. This video with Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham explains the change to the Sprint Planning event in Scrum. (2:24 Minutes)
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The Scrum Guide 2020 defines Accountabilities within one team, Scrum Team. This video with Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham explains the Accountabilities. (3:21 Minutes)
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The Product Goal is now the commitment of the Product Backlog. This video with Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham explains the Product Goal. (2:26 Minutes)
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This is an audio version of the 2020 Scrum Guide created by the Agile Wire Podcast with Professional Scrum Trainers Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski.
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In the 2020 Version of the Scrum Guide, the commitments were introduced for each artifact. These then became an element of Scrum; in that they need to be used to gain the maximum value that the Scrum Framework offers. They were always part of a Professional Scrum approach, now there is a clear conne...
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Sprint Retrospective is the last Scrum event within a Sprint. During this event entire Scrum Team- Scrum Master, Product Owner & Development Team inspects the Sprint and decides how to improve the next Sprint.
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En noviembre de 2020, los co-creadores de Scrum, Ken Schwaber y Jeff Sutherland, han publicado una actualización de la Guía de Scrum...
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Un cambio muy esperado ha sido finalmente la eliminación de las tres preguntas sugeridas en el Daily Scrum.
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This blog post talks about the addition of Commitments to each Artifact in the updated Scrum Guide.
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Hoy ha salido la nueva Scrum Guide 2020.
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Scrum is described as a framework, not a methodology. The Scrum Guide provides just enough prescription to allow Scrum to work and encourages its ‘users’ to be smart, adding practices and other things specific to them on top of the framework as needed to form their process.
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With the 2020 release of the Scrum Guide, Commitments were added for each artifact. The commitments provide a nice, structural way to describe some of the key characteristics of each artifact. The intent of this change was to provide clarity and make the Scrum Guide simpler to read and use.
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With the 2020 release of the Scrum Guide, the term role was replaced with accountabilities. The purpose of this change was to place special emphasis that this is not a job description, but the bare minimum set of accountabilities necessary to execute Scrum. The blog describes how these accountabilit...
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One interesting change to the Scrum Guide for the 2020 release was the change of the term Self-Organizing to Self-Managing. This blog discusses the change.
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Today, the 18th of November 2020 Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland released an update to the Scrum Guide. If you are interested in an overview of what has changed, read about the seven main changes described with some context.
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At Scrum.org we have used this update of the Scrum Guide as an opportunity to have some interesting discussions and our CEO Dave West has documented some of them for your review and attention. 
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With the 2020 update to the Scrum Guide, three commitments were added to the artifacts. The idea of a commitment is to provide additional quality to the artifact to improve transparency. In the case of Product Backlog, the commitment is to the Product Goal. 
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The more Scrum Teams are empowered to make and own decisions about their work, the more benefits they will realize.
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In the 2020 update of the Scrum Guide, the Sprint Planning section has had a very welcome update. Every part of Scrum has a purpose, a reason to why it's included in the framework, and this update made the purpose - raison d'etre - of the Sprint Planning clearer. Let's see how!
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If you prefer watching a video to understand the updates in Scrum Guide 2020, which are also my favourite updates, enjoy watching this video I've made.
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A reflection on four key changes in the 2020 Scrum Guide, why they were made, and why that is a big deal
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Webcast
Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland are joined by Dave West, JJ Sutherland, Don McGreal and Avi Schneier as they discuss the release of the updated Scrum Guide and celebrate 25 years of Scrum.
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TL; DR: The Scrum Guide 2020-The Scrum Guide 2020 is available now: Change is coming to make Scrum more accessible and inclusive beyond software development.
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Guide
Scrum is defined completely in the Scrum Guide by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland and is maintained independently of any company. The Scrum Guide is translated and available in over 30 languages.
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Heute, am 18. November 2020, pünktlich zum 25. Geburtstag von Scrum, haben Ken Schwaber und Jeff Sutherland den Scrum Guide aktualisiert.  Um eines gleich vorwegzunehmen: Scrum bleibt Scrum. Ein einfaches Rahmenwerk, welches es Teams ermöglicht, mit der Arbeit an komplexen Problemen zu beginn...
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Professional Scrum Trainer, Sahin Guvenilir, discusses measuring value, improving outcomes, and using the best available evidence to decide the next steps against a Strategic Goal.
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Découvrez le Guide Scrum 2020 : plus concis, plus clair et regorgeant de surprises pour les 25 ans de Scrum. Plongeons dans les améliorations et nouveautés qui font que Scrum est encore plus Scrum.
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A side-by-side comparison of The Scrum Guide 2020 and The Scrum Guide 2017 that will help you see all changes.
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One of the more challenging aspects of Product Management is to create a tangible relationship between the work we do today and the business strategy. Product Goals are an often overlooked mechanism that can help you in this area.
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We updated our Scrum Framework poster to reflect the Scrum Guide 2020.
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This blog provides 15 tips to improve your agility in a complex world constantly changing as technological advances are driving globalization, changing our environment and influencing society which in turn calls for new solutions to these challenges.
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Doing Scrum is not enough! The precious result will not be achieved just by understanding and following the rules and principles of the Scrum Framework. Every day organisations are starting and failing with business agility, praise and blame Scrum.
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Podcast
In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer originally recorded on November 11, 2020, PST Matt Dominici answered some of the toughest Scrum questions from our live audience.
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