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🚀 Navigating the intricacies of the Sprint Goal in Scrum? 🎯 Discover the essence of crafting a goal that drives real value! 📈 Dive deep into the tactical steps, avoid common pitfalls, and ensure your team is on the right track. 🛤️ Let's demystify the Sprint Goal together! 🤝 #Scrum #Agile #SprintGoal
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Learn more about the compelling power of storytelling in agile coaching from “Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching” author Bob Galen.
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Wie lautet die wirkliche Aufgabe eines Scrum Masters in einem Unternehmen? Und nein, die Moderation von Meetings ist es nicht. Sondern:
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The purpose of the Sprint is to deliver a done increment of valuable, usable product. In order to get there, it is important that higher ordered Product Backlog items are sized so that they are small enough to be completed within a single Sprint. The purpose of estimation in Scrum is to size higher ...
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El rol del Scrum Master ha evolucionado significativamente desde su creación. En sus inicios, el Scrum Master era visto como un facilitador del proceso Scrum, la persona encargada de garantizar que se siguieran las reglas y los valores de Scrum.
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Common complaint: “Scrum is not working in today‘s software engineering industry.” Response: If Scrum isn‘t “working” in today’s software engineering industry, then perhaps there are counter-signals in the industry that are preventing teams from employing Scrum effectively.
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When is a User Story too big? Does this make it an Epic? What should be considered when looking at the size of User Stories? How do Product Goals fit in? In this video Professional Scrum Trainers Greg Crown and Robb Pieper address these questions through the lens of Scrum.
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Tipps zur PSPBMS Prüfung von scrum.org, die im Moment aber nur für Teilnehmer:innen an dem PSPBMS Training von scrum.org zugänglich ist.
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Design Thinking helps us to better understand the problem space and in particular to understand the needs of the users. Based on this, our User Stories become significantly better, which is illustrated with an example.
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In this video, Martin delves into the often overlooked sin of agile: gluttony 🍽️📈. It's not just about overeating; it's about overloading our backlogs, our Sprints, and our products.
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can these values bring more Transparency to your Sprint Backlog? Check it out!
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In this third episode of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching series on the Women in Agile Podcast, guests Sarah Skold and Alex Sloley unpack section 2: Acting within my Ability.
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Patricia Kong joins as guest host with guests Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma and Agile for Patriots graduates Brittny Snyder, Chris Cole and Jeremy Thomas to talk about their journey through the Agile for Patriots program and using the Nexus framework. (31:10 Minutes)
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Scrum can help manage complexity and reduce risk, but can it also help your team be more efficient? Can Scrum help your organization be more efficient? The short answer is yes! Discover how Scrum can boost efficiency in this Responsive Advisors Lightning Round video. 
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Das Product Backlog ist für Product Owner:innen was das Mehl für Bäcker:innen oder das Reagenzglas für Chemiker:innen ist: es ist das essentielle Instrument ihrer Arbeit! Nach intensivem User Research hat man so viele Daten! Wie bekommt man diese gut strukturiert und effektiv in den Product Backlog?...
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In this video, Martin delves deep into the intricacies of Scrum teams, highlighting the challenges and misconceptions that often plague them. He emphasises the importance of adaptability, trust, and viewing teams as a Value Center. 📊🤝🚀
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Oder ist es ein Sakrileg, das „unveränderliche“ Framework auf die Bedürfnisse unserer Teams und Organisationen zuzuschneiden?
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How do you manage both the needs of stakeholders and the needs of developers at the same time? Do you always sacrifice craftsmanship and internal team improvements for stakeholder urgent needs? When do you handle technical debt? How do you improve? In this video, PST's Greg Crown and Robb Pieper dis...
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How does a single Scrum Team work on multiple products or projects at the same time? This is one of the most common problems when using Scrum. In this video, PST'S Greg Crown and Robert Pieper cover some ways you can manage this issue successfully.
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In this video, Martin sheds light on why Agile places a strong emphasis on values and principles rather than a rigid set of steps. He delves into the distinction between complicated and complex work, highlighting the dynamic nature of the latter and the need for adaptability.
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Or is it a sacrilege to tweak the ‘immutable’ framework to accommodate our teams’ and organizations’ needs?
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This is a story about a former client. Early plans were to release a “Minimum Viable Experience” before year end. By late Spring, the Product Director described two “problems” and asked for my help: Release dates for the first publicly available version were slipping. And scope was expanding.
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¿Por qué sería buena idea volver a incluir un evento de Release Planning en Scrum? En este artículo explico: - Por qué Scrum no tiene un evento de planificación de la Meta de Producto?  - ¿Qué beneficios le aportaría tener este evento? - ¿Cómo se conectaría con otros modelos como OKR o Evidence-B...
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What does Scrum say about a Product Owner’s relationship to the product budget? Do they have a part to play? Can they control the budget? If so… should they? In this video, Professional Scrum Trainers Greg Crown and Robb Pieper have a quick discussion that will enhance your understanding of what it ...
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In this video, Martin delves deep into the concept of envy within the agile realm, highlighting its dangers and misconceptions. He touches upon the infamous "Spotify model" and how organisations often fall into the trap of emulating others without understanding the context. 🚫📋
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Here is why developing in one Sprint and testing in the next actually causes more problems than it solves.
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Here is a remote-friendly exercise that has helped dozens of my teams find and implement tangible, actionable ideas to stop starting and start finishing. The exercise is quick, doesn’t need much preparation, and lets participants experience the downsides of multitasking very directly on a physical l...
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Nexus is the simplest, most lightweight framework available. Nexus can be considered an extension of Scrum because it preserves the simplicity that makes Scrum great.
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Warum ist die Scrum Meisterei ein so großartiger Karriereweg? Weil du dafür so viel mehr als nur Geld bekommst:
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La falta de certeza o confianza sobre algo futuro es lo que llamamos la incertidumbre. Es una experiencia universal que todos experimentamos en algún momento de nuestras vidas. Sin embargo, la mayoría de las personas tienden a evitarla o a tratar de reducirla al mínimo.
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In this video, The Future of Work in Scotland delves into the potential of agile approaches in tackling global challenges 🌍. Joanne Perold, a prominent figure in the agile community, shares her insights on how agile mindsets can be pivotal in addressing pressing issues like climate change and sustai...
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In this conversation,Women in Agile Podcast host host Emily Lint sits down with Sylvie Makhzoum and Licenia Rojas about their experiences designing Agile transformations (48:38 Minutes)
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If you're planning on taking one of the Scrum.org assessments, here's general hints for multiple choice questions.
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How you manage requirements and ‘desirements’ can depend greatly on your team, company, needs, compliance, legal, etc… but what is the best way to write them? In this video Professional Scrum Trainers Greg Crown and Robb Pieper give some recommendations on how you can capture requirements, document...
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In this video, Martin 🎥 delves deep into the challenges developers face in accepting product owners as the ultimate decision-makers. He sheds light on the dynamics of team interactions, the influence of stakeholders, and the essence of accountability in the agile environment. 🚀
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can these values bring more Transparency to your Product Backlog? Check it out!
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West is joined by Marjolein Pilon, a Scrum Master based in the Netherlands to talk about the very important topic of Climate Change. (25:43 Minutes)
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🚀 Navigating the nuances between the Definition of Done and Acceptance Criteria? 🤔 Dive into our latest article that explores the sanctity of a working, usable product without compromising value. 💡 Let's ensure quality and value go hand in hand! 🤝
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In this video, Martin delves into a common misconception about Scrum's role in helping leadership teams select valuable work. He emphasises that while Scrum aids in execution, the onus of decision-making lies squarely with the leadership.
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Schwachstellen in Unternehmenszielen aufdecken? Eine Anleitung zur Ziele-Portfolio-Analyse findest du in diesem Artikel:
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Entdecken Sie eine Reihe sorgfältig zusammengestellter Bücher, Newsletter, Podcasts und Tools, um Ihr agiles Fachwissen zu erweitern.
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In this interactive webinar, PST Lavaneesh Gautam covers the Agile practice of splitting Product Backlog items (PBIs).
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Why should we break big PBIs into smaller ones?
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In this video, Martin delves into a topic that many organisations grapple with: the impact of committees on time-to-market. 🚀📊 He questions the common notion that removing committees can reduce time-to-market by up to 50%. Is it true or just another statistic plucked from thin air?
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Estimating Product Backlog Items is not easy. Discover a practice that has helped a lot of the teams I coached.
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Do you know the answers to common Product Backlog questions from students in Scrum classes? View the podcast and see if you can go 3 for 3.
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When you have multiple goals which compete with one another, how do you make progress? This isn't just a Scrum problem but a product development problem. In this video PST's Robert Pieper and Gregory Crown from Responsive Advisors share some tips to help you and your team make progress.
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What are the 5 events in Scrum? Can you name them? Chances are that you said something like “Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, and…. umm…..”
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In this video, Joanna explores the intriguing parallels between the world of mushroom foraging and agility. From choosing the right environment to the importance of patience and focus, we uncover how these seemingly disparate activities share core principles.
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Product Walls are great tools that radiate information and support informed decision-making in the empirical world. Equally, it can be pretty tricky to build them. In this series, Ryan Brook and Sander Dur talk you through an example Product Wall and its components.
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