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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Scrum Master? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (77)
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, guest host Sabrina Love chats with PST Ravi Verma and Vinayak Joglekar, Founder Director at Rezoomex, a work marketplace platform. They dive into how an immersive training program transformed Rezoomex’s product development by enhancing alignment an...
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In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann 3 Methoden für mehr empirisches Arbeiten.
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Scrum Master JobGPT liefert wertvolle Einblicke in die Stellensuche, die Vorbereitung auf Vorstellungsgespräche und die Bewertung der agilen Reife potenzieller Arbeitgeber.
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With its flexible and iterative nature, Scrum helps identify risks in product development. Events are feedback loops and opportunities to mitigate risks through transparency, inspection and adaptation.
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Case Study
Strobbo, an HR platform faced challenges with its software development processes. The company’s initial mechanical approach to Scrum, coupled with poor communication and lack of trust, hindered progress and morale. To address these issues, Co-Founder Bert Neels brought in Professional Scrum Trainer ...
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“Your Story” is a vodcast (video cast) series hosted by PST, Mehdi Hoseini, with the mission of sharing the professional life story of Professional Scrum Trainers (PST) and other advancing people with serious achievements in the product development world. This episode features PST Steve Porter. 1:00...
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From our previous episode, you now know what Lean Portfolio Management is. The next question is: how do you maximize value with LPM to achieve your business objectives? Tune in to explore how Lean Portfolio Management uses products to deliver value.
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In our recent episodes, we've explored Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) and its pivotal role in optimizing value delivery for both businesses and stakeholders. LPM shifts from the traditional Project-oriented management to more impactful Product-oriented management. In this episode, Jeff and Patri...
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How do you prioritize and allocate resources across various projects to ensure optimal outcomes? How do you ensure alignment between these outcomes and your organization's strategy and business objectives? Tune in to this episode to learn how Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) can help executives, proj...
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I'm just going to say it. Most so-called 'spikes' do not belong on the Product Backlog. Learn more in this blog post from PST Mary Iqbal.
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While a variety of skills are needed to become a successful Product Owner—analytical skills, leadership qualities, creativity, problem-solving skills, strategic thinking, adaptability, and resilience—one key skill that is often overlooked is public speaking. This article from PST Joanna Plaskonka ex...
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In diesem Artikel schildert PST Simon Flossmann, die 6 unübersehbare Anzeichen eines erfolglosen Scrum Master.
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Scrum Master JobGPT is a free tool available with a paid ChatGPT account. It delivers actionable insights on job hunting, interview prep, and evaluating potential employers' Agile maturity.
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Check out this short blog from PST Alper Gurbuz designed to outline factors affecting Scrum Master performance within organisations.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Developers? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (76)
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Eine Meta-Retrospektive ist eine ausgezeichnete Übung, um die Zusammenarbeit innerhalb des erweiterten Teams zu fördern, ein gemeinsames Verständnis des Big Pictures zu schaffen und wertvolle Handlungselemente zu erarbeiten
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In diesem Artikel zeigt dir PST Simon Flossmann ein vielseitigstes Werkzeug, welches jede Scrum Master beherrschen sollte.
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Webcast
In this Scrum Pulse Webinar, PST Ravi Verma along with Mike Torrence share lessons learned from real-world engagements, in organizations ranging from 5 teams to 500 teams.
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Blog Post
Misurare gli obiettivi in Scrum è necessario per capire se stiamo realmente massimizzando il valore del prodotto. Nell’articolo precedente, gli obiettivi in Scrum, abbiamo esplorato perché e come Product Goal e Sprint Goal forniscono focus e autonomia allo Scrum Team. Aiutandoci a concentrarci sul r...
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, host Emily Lint and Nita Ambedkar do not shy away from the controversial topic of failure in the Agile world. They discuss what failure might mean or look like for you and how it may be different from your peers, how you best find your center, and recov...
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Predictive management and empirical management offer distinct approaches to handling complex work. Predictive management operates on the premise that the future course of work can be anticipated at the outset. Empirical management acknowledges that not everything about complex work can be known from...
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Being mindful of pitfalls, embracing change, maintaining proper communication with stakeholders and customers, and focusing on value when ordering the product backlog will help avoid common mistakes.
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A recent study claims to prove that agile practices fail more often than non-agile ones. What it really proves is the value of robust refinement and planning. Scrum teams that fail to allow enough time for those activities fall into predictable anti-patterns. But those problems are not hard to fix.
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In this article, we discuss 10 signs that your company may have at least some elements of "Agile in name only". Do you recognize yourself in any of these?
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From boardrooms to water coolers, organizations across industries proudly tout their commitment to Agile principles and frameworks. However, for many companies, being "Agile" often masks a deeper reality: a lack of true Agile mindset and practices.
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The Meta-Retrospective is an excellent exercise for fostering collaboration within the extended team, creating a shared understanding of the big picture, and immediately creating valuable action items.
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Esta semana Guillem Hernandez Sola habla de las consecuencias del ego en la transformación ágil. Básicamente comenta como de díficil ciertas personas de la organización ponen complicada la transición a la agilidad que ellas mismas han iniciado.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Product Owner? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (75)
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Podcast
In this episode guest host Patricia Kong and Professional Scrum Trainer John Riley discuss Scrum in a non-software context and explore a use case for Scrum in which John worked with a company where Scrum was used to develop construction materials for 3D printed housing. (33:24 Minutes)
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Scrum Teams identify opportunity by looking for areas where customer needs or experiences are not fully met by current product offerings. They can dive further into understanding customer needs by reviewing Satisfaction gaps. Satisfaction gaps occur when there is a difference between what customers ...
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Here are some techniques for assessing competition.SWOT AnalysisA SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis aims to identify the internal and external factors that are favorable or unfavorable to achieving Strategic Goals for a company or product organization. The Evidence-Based ...
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Learning Series
Knowing your competition and the dynamics of your competitive landscape are essential to help your organization thrive. This content includes different models to understand the competitive landscape and tips on how to act on that information to build a competitive advantage. This information is vital for effective product management.
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As a Product Owner, knowing your competition and the dynamics of your competitive landscape are essential to help your organization thrive. This information helps highlight your product’s unique value propositions and informs your pricing strategy. Understanding your current and potential competitor...
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As a Scrum Master, it's time to rethink our approach to agility. Instead of forcing strategies into predefined frameworks, evolve your operating model to align with unique strategies and empower your teams. This fundamental shift creates a dynamic organization that continually evolves and improves. ...
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The impact of a powerless Product Owner and the strength of a Product Owner with a full mandate.
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Podcast
In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, Leslie Morse and Carrie Driscoll discuss navigating imposter syndrome and its relationship to knowing your own value. Having a strong supportive network and tapping into your own bravery is critical as you’re pursuing success in your career. (42:21 minu...
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In this video, PSTs Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Greg Crown discuss the importance of quality standards and how Scrum can help ensure high-quality results.
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Webcast
In this Scrum Pulse webcast, Alex Ballarin, a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) from Scrum.org, demonstrates how the combined use of Scrum and Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) can significantly amplify their respective benefits.
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In this episode, Ryan Ripley guest hosts and interviews PST Richard Ross about his journey to becoming a Scrum Master and PST.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl talks about the evolution of the PST process and the importance of having real life experience using Scrum, demonstrating your knowledge and the other requirements to become a PST. (3:44 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Oscar Styf discusses the importance of questioning and seeking evidence in the context of trusting individuals in your Agile journey. (2:40 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Simon Reindl discusses the value of engaging a PST the first time around than to have them come in and fix mistakes. (3:38 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, the importance of simplifying complex concepts is highlighted. PST Oscar Styf explains that being able to explain a concept in simple terms indicates a deep understanding. (3:20 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Simon Reindl talks about the value of engaging with Professional Scrum Trainers and the experience they bring. (1:58 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas Video, PST Oscar Styf discusses the phrase "it depends" and its use in professional settings. (2:24 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood discusses the importance of engaging with a PST for immersive and continuous training experiences. (2:41 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood discusses the multifaceted nature of PSTs and the value they bring to organizations. (3:11 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Joanna Plaskonka highlights the importance of selecting professional Scrum training carefully. (2:47 Minutes)
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