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Status Quo (Scaled) Agile Survey Results

February 21, 2020
The 4th survey “Status Quo (Scaled) Agile” now gave some interesting answers helping organizations to position their own agile activities and helping to define an appropriate strategy where and how to use the agile on team level or scaled agile on the level of programs or organizations.
Video

1 Question, 48 Answers and the Path to Professional Scrum

February 20, 2020
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma provides a template to help viewers think about the elements of Scrum in a professional manner.  Ravi thinks about each element as a way to empirically increase value, decrease waste and manage risk.  By being able to explain how Scrum and its elements create transparency into value, waste and risk and then how they enable inspection and adaptation, you will be on your way to better understand each of the elements of Scrum. (3:07 Minutes)
Podcast

Scrum for Marketing Podcast Episode 5 - Capacity Planning

February 20, 2020
In this, our fifth podcast examining Agile Marketing, we discuss what capacity planning means when you use Scrum and how it can be balanced with an annual planning cycle, to meet those business goals and get the most out of your people. (31:03 Minutes)
Video

10 Coaching Questions to Enable Self-Organization

February 19, 2020
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma looks at how learned habits as a manager can impact ones ability to coach people and teams. He goes on to provide tips to help Scrum Masters and coaches to make a transition from problem solving to the stance of coaching. (5:33 Minutes)

Scrum Infinity Stones

February 15, 2020
For those of you who are big fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe comics or who have watched the latest Avengers: End Game movie might know that Thanos (supervillain) wanted to possess all 6 infinity stones so that he would be unstoppable and could gain control over the entire universe.
Webcast

Agile Leadership and Challenges in Digital Transformations

February 12, 2020
A digital transformation presents a number of challenges. At the core of these challenges lies the organization's ability to create more responsibility at the individual and team level without losing their sense of control and governance. Addressing issues such as team maturity, psychological safety, and scaling have critical impact on success. Developing skills in these leadership areas is essential to encourage and support more flexible ways of working at all levels in an organization and form the foundation for scaling changes across many individuals and teams. Agile practices become more embedded in organizations of all sizes in every domain. This Webinar is an interactive conversation between experts in the field of Agile Leadership.
Video

What is Transparency?

February 11, 2020
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Daria Bagina discusses why transparency is so important in Scrum and how to foster transparency across the Scrum Team and beyond. (5:25 Minutes)
Podcast

Scrum org Community Podcast Episode 1: The Value of the Community

February 10, 2020
In this first podcast episode led by the Scrum.org community, Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) Jasper Alblas leads a group that includes other PSTs Johannes Geske and Sjoerd Kranendonk along with Scrum.org team member Kelly Moosman as they discuss the value that is received by PSTs in being a part of the community and how they leverage the community to better help their customers and organizations. (27:20 Minutes)
Webcast

Product Ownership - The 3 Vs in Practice Using Product Strategy Canvas

February 10, 2020
Many Product Owners, especially in large organizations, are facing challenges to take full ownership of the product. Their decisions are oftentimes overridden and not respected. In this webinar, Professional Scrum Trainer Joshua Partogi shares techniques and practices he has learned as a Scrum Master and how he uses them to work with Product Owners to align the product vision with the corporate strategy and the objectives for the Scrum Team using the Product Strategy Canvas, a tool that can help create alignment between the Senior Management, the Product Owner, the business and the Development Team.