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Ideally, a Scrum Team has all the skills it needs to deliver a valuable product Increment. However, in practice, this happens rarely. Developing complex products for a complex world requires skills that even highly cross-skilled teams will lack at times. For instance, if they have questions about le...
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Scrum Teams lose valuable time waiting for someone else to make a decision. The more a Scrum Team is empowered to make decisions for itself, and the more they understand how they want to make decisions, the less time it will waste waiting for a decision, the more effective it is able to be, and the ...
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🚀 Dive into the future of Agile and Scrum training with our latest blog post! We explore the shift from traditional learning methods 📚 to immersive learning experiences 🌐. Discover how immersive training, with its real-world applications and outcome-based assignments, enhances understanding and rete...
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En este artículo, Alex Ballarín habla sobre la tendencia de empresas que renuncian a los roles de Scrum Masters o Agile Coaches. ¿Por qué pasa esto en 2023? ¿Qué puede hacer un Scrum Master para permanecer qrelevante muchos años más?
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Empiricism, particularly in Product Ownership and Scrum Mastery, is a cornerstone for fostering effective, adaptive, and customer-centric product development.
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Scrum Teams are meant to be self-managing, meaning they decide who does what, when, and how. They work through problems together. They experiment and determine how to meet their goals. But what if the team you’re working with just isn’t there yet? How can you support a team that hasn’t figured out h...
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The Scrum.org Professional Agile Leadership – Evidence-Based Management (PAL-EBM) assessment is a 60-minute timeboxed assessment. You need to score over 85% to pass and gain the PAL-EBM certification. The assessment contains 40 questions in English of multiple choice type.
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By David Spinks, Glaudia Califano, Patricia Kong - Scrum requires healthy collaboration, not just between the members of the Scrum Team, but also between the Scrum Team and its stakeholders to gather feedback and input. Collaboration is the heart of thriving Scrum Teams, but most available resources...
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In this video, Martin explores the journey of becoming a Scrum Master outside the realm of software engineering. 🌐 He delves into the nuances of understanding and leading diverse teams, emphasizing the importance of domain knowledge and team dynamics. 🚀
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In this video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl, draws comparisons from science and experimentation to lean product development. (5:02 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham discusses how vertical slicing of Product Backlog Items and being in line with the Sprint Goal is beneficial to Scrum Teams. (2:42 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham talks about the complementary practice of Just in Time Requirements Engineering and Lean UX and how they can help Product Owners have effective requirements documentation. (4:24 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham, draws a comparison between a river and having too much Work in Progress and draws in some concepts from Lean Product Development. He also explores common pitfalls that can get in the way of getting work done. (3:18 Minutes)
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Planeja a certificação Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I), mas está em dúvida entre investir em um treinamento oficial ou se preparar por conta própria? Este artigo é para você. Nele, exploramos as vantagens e desvantagens de cada abordagem, destacando como a escolha do treinamento certo pode impac...
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Myths can hold us back from our highest potential by creating confusion and misdirection. In this article, we will debunk 10 common myths about Scrum. Now, I'm not saying that chaos dragons are real, but I am saying that Scrum is not chaos.
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In this video, Martin delves into the transformative power of immersive learning. 🌟 He explores how this method surpasses traditional training models, offering deeper understanding and sustained engagement. 🚀 Dive into a journey where learning becomes a continuous, collaborative experience!
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Decorate your team space with this poster. It tells you exactly what you need to do when you are confronted with Zombie Scrum!
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A product is a tangible or intangible offering that fulfils a need or desire. It has a customer, who benefits from it, a buyer, who pays for it, and a producer, who receives a benefit in return.
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In diesem Artikel beschreibt PST Simon Flossmann vier Fehler zu riesigen Backlogs führen können und gibt Tipps, wie sie vermieden werden können.
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En este artículo vamos a hablar de cómo el modelo Spotify impacta en la manera de trabajar de una organización que ha tenido que despedir al 15% de su plantilla por su manera de trabajar.
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The expanding artificial intelligence landscape (AI) brings new challenges that disrupt traditional roles.
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En este nuevo artículo, Joel Francia, presenta la importancia de mejorar el tiempo promedio para aprender del cliente. Ir más rápido es importante si permite aprender y conseguir información que permita reducir el riesgo de avanzar hacia los objetivos enfocados en los clientes. Lo importante es la c...
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Scrum is an excellent framework for solving complex problems and delivering value in an incremental, iterative, and adaptable way. But are there limitations or gaps in Scrum, and if so, what are they? Spoiler alert: Scrum won’t solve all your problems. In this Scrum Lightning Round, PST's Robb Piepe...
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In this video, Martin delves into the transformative world of immersive learning, particularly in Scrum and Agile environments. 🌟 He uncovers how this innovative approach enhances practical skill development and connects theoretical knowledge with real-world scenarios. 🌍✨
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🌍🤝 Across the globe, Scrum Events echo with a misleading mantra: "that's how agile works." 🚫🔄 This phrase often masks unprofessionalism and contradicts true agile principles. 🛑🗣️ It's time to challenge these behaviours!
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A successful Scrum Master fosters a healthy and productive team culture, reflected by the team's ability to deliver quality products by upholding Scrum and advocating for the team's needs and growth.
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can this happen during your entire Sprint? Check it out!
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Should I Become a Scrum Master? Explore 10 Insightful Questions to Help Make Your Decision
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Product Owners make many decisions that shape the value that their product delivers. In this video, we share 5 tips Product Owners can use to help them make more effective decisions. (3:38 Minutes)
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, host Dave West is joined by Olga Rownanyk, a Product Owner at Shell and John Coleman, a Professional Scrum Trainer. Olga shares insights into agility and culture at a large scale organization, talks about her Product Ownership journey at Shell invo...
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Organizational change can often seem confusing and directionless. But there are methods you can use to make decisions based on evidence and reason. One of these methods is Evidence-Based Management (EBM), supported by Larman’s Laws. These tools can be very helpful for organizations looking for clea...
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In this video, Martin delves into the transformative power of immersive learning. 🚀 He highlights its impact on entry-level capabilities and contrasts it with traditional training methods. 📚 Join us for insights on how immersive learning enables practical skills application, fosters double-loop lear...
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In this video, Martin 🎙️ shares valuable insights on handling feedback during Sprint Reviews. He discusses strategies for aligning with stakeholders and adapting product strategies. 🚀 Whether you're a Scrum Master, Product Owner, or team member, this video is a must-watch for anyone committed to exc...
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In diesem Artikel weist PST Stefan Wolpers auf sieben Erfolgskriterien für Scrum Master, welche Eigenschaften diese erfolgreichen machen, und was Scrum Master unter allen Umständen vermeiden sollten.
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Whatever your role in the organization is, this guide will help you master those skills and mindsets a whole lot faster.
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In this toolkit, you will learn how to lead agile teams at the large scale, and how team members fit into both the team and the wider organization.
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In this framework, you will walk through forming a Nexus, organizing work in a Nexus environment, managing and enabling a Nexus, and much more.
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Learn about cycle time and right-sizing Product Backlog items from Professional Scrum Trainers Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley.
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This definitive guide will help your organization identify its true purpose, improve its ability to reach goals, and build a culture of trust, transparency, and growth.
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by Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham - Whatever your role in product management or agile development may be, this guide will help you deliver products that offer more value, more rapidly, and more often.
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Product owners, managers, and team leads will find this guide indispensable along with Agile/Scrum coaches, consultants, and executives wanting to generate more value from product management across the organization.
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By Simon Reindl and Stephanie Ockerman - This book is for anyone who wants to deliver increased value by using Scrum more effectively. Leading Scrum practitioners Stephanie Ockerman and Simon Reindl draw on years of Scrum training and coaching to help you return to first principles and apply Scrum w...
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In this video, Martin explores the significant advantages of immersive learning, especially for professionals with a few years of experience under their belt. 🎓🌟 He delves into how such learning strategies can effectively enhance skills and knowledge, offering a unique perspective for seasoned profe...
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They’re very similar. I think the key difference really would be: the leader leads the way in terms of direction and then creates the space where that might happen. A leader is understanding that it is not just about delivery, that two-thirds of things are rarely or never used and so maybe we should...
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, Chithra Ramachandran and Steve Holyer unpack commitment 7 of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching; Agreeing on Boundaries and the challenges that Coaches can have when establishing boundaries with their clients. (41 Minutes)
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The story aims to showcase the transformative power of Agile and Scrum in leadership and team management within the tech industry. It's inspired by real-world scenarios where leaders face challenges in project management and team dynamics. The intent is to provide a relatable and inspiring narrative...
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In this video, Martin sheds light on the intricacies of conducting a Sprint review in the Scrum framework. 🌟 He discusses the pivotal role of the Product Owner, the art of engaging stakeholders, and the strategy behind effective Sprint planning. 📊 This insightful exploration delves into making the m...
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Building a Professional Attitude needs deep adherence to the Scrum Values. Watch this vLog to see how you can improve your knowingness and beingness.
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Technical debt refers to the compromises made in software development, where quick and easy solutions are chosen over more robust and sustainable ones.
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Webcast
People learn in a combination of different ways and the same goes for how they choose to continue their learning journey and grow. In this webinar our panel will discuss the various ways people learn, the immersive learning approach and more.
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