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In professional sports like soccer, focus and discipline are essential to play in the Champions League instead of the minor league. Focus and discipline are essential for business teams, too, if they want to be at the top.
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Kein UX-Designer im Team? In meinem neuen Artikel findest du 3 einfache Techniken, damit dein Scrum Team noch heute mit UX-Research beginnen kann. Die Erkenntnisse, die dein Team mit diesen Research-Techniken über eure Nutzer erhält, können dir helfen: - User Storys zu schreiben, die wirk...
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In this article we are going to explore some ideas and reflections about the Product Goal in Scrum
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Veo a todo el mundo hablando de OKRs y a poca gente hablando de como el outcome impacta tu progreso . Bajo mi humilde punto de vista es una conversación mucho más anterior, una conversación de outcome más que de output.
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In this blog, a short description of one workshop from Chapter 11: Guiding The Product Ownership. Misconceptions about the PO role often lead to reduced agility, development bottlenecks, and teams that do not understand the customer domain well enough to make autonomous decisions during a Sprint....
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Erfahren Sie, wie individuelle Anreize und veraltete Organisationsstrukturen sich in Fehlverhalten von Scrum Interessenvertretern manifestieren, die leicht jede agile Transformation behindern oder vereiteln.
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In this Ask a PST session moderated by Leslie Morse, you will get answers from Professional Scrum Trainers Stephanie Ockerman and Steve Trapps who frequently leverage the coaching stance when working with their clients. 
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi breaks down the 8 hats the Scrum Master wears as a true leader who serves. This topic is discussed in the Professional Scrum Master course with case studies.
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Seven steps to transitioning to the Product Model for your Agile teams to align your organization around value.
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi explains the flow of an effective Sprint Retrospectives with Kanban metrics.
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Learn how individual incentives and outdated organizational structures — fostering personal agendas and local optimization efforts — manifest themselves in Scrum stakeholder anti-patterns that easily impede any agile transformation to a product-led organization.
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Wir sind uns einig, dass wir nicht mit 8 Teams die Entwicklung eines neuen Produkts beginnen sollten, sondern mit einem. Wie skalieren wir dann auf mehrere Teams hoch, wenn wir an Entwicklungsgeschwindigkeit gewinnen wollen? Vier bewährte Strategien, wie die Skalierung gelingen kann.
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Puede que estes pensando tu estrategia en agilidad escalada como organización. Puede ya hayas dado ya tus primeros pasos en el desarrollo ágil. Ya estás maduro, pero no tienes claro cual seria tu estrategia en agilidad escalada.
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Building a product sometimes feels like an endless race, head down, pedal to the metal, let's build it! We all run after something and as a team incrementing our product to be the best possible set of functionalities our users ever wanted, at some point we get out of breath Sprinting. As Scrum Maste...
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Product Ownership is a complex and often confusing idea, but if done right those accountabilities can help the Scrum Team deliver valuable, amazing Products. In this blog, we discuss and address some common concerns about the idea of Product Ownership.
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Liberate your Sprint Review from being just a demo. There is much more to it than that! I'm sharing eight things you should do in the Sprint Review
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Die Schätzung von Arbeitsaufgaben ist ein schneller Weg für ein Scrum-Team, um herauszufinden, ob alle Teammitglieder das gleiche Verständnis über das Warum, das Was und das Wie der anstehenden Arbeit haben.
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In this episode, Dave interviews PST Sander Dur based in the Netherlands about his experiences. (16:52 Minutes)
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An exploration of scientific insights. And four practical tips to encourage cohesion and coherence in your team.
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La agilidad está de moda y su adopción es un tema pendiente en muchas organizaciones. La agilidad promueve un cambio cultural que se basa en los principios y valores ágiles que llevan a adquirir capacidades de respuesta al cambo para hacer frente a la dinámica del contexto del mercado con foco en la...
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In this energizing 40th Hands-on Agile ‘Best Test Ever’ session, David Burkus delved into the surprising science of high-performing teams.
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The work of solving a complex problem (for example, a feature) with interdependent tasks rarely distributes evenly among the people in a cross-functional team. The solution is a team of multi-skilled specialists. A team of multi-talented people experience fewer bottlenecks as they can help overloade...
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7 Do-it-yourself workshops and experiments to discover new valuable features through experiments, field testing, and research.
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There are five events in Scrum.  But just going through the motions and having each of the events on the calendar is not enough.  To get the most out of Scrum, your team needs to understand the purpose behind each of the five events.  
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In my last article, I explained why we need to stop talking about "carryover" and how it's not actually a thing in Scrum. "Carryover" is really just partially done work at the end of a Sprint. Now I will take you deeper and share the 4 common misunderstandings often associated with this concept, and...
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Ich habe in den letzten 7 Jahren mit vielen Scrum Teams gearbeitet und bei keinem Team war das Refinement gleich. In jedem Team haben sich die Refinement-Praktiken, die funktioniert haben, mit der Zeit verändert. Hier, findest du meine 4 wichtigsten Lektionen.
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La gestión de equipos es la capacidad de un individuo o de una organización para administrar y coordinar un grupo de individuos para realizar una tarea. La gestión de equipos implica el trabajo en equipo, la comunicación, la colaboración, el establecimiento de objetivos y la evaluación del rendi...
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In this short video, PST Joshua Partogi explains why Scrum Master cannot be compared to Agile Coach
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As the demand for Scrum continues to grow, more people are considering a switch to being a Scrum Master. Changing jobs and careers is a big step. How can you know if it will be the right move for you?
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Scrum es marco basado en el empirismo. Un punto de partida para entender este concepto es que se refiere a la capacidad de adaptación a partir del aprendizaje de los clientes. Entregar valor a los clientes en el largo plazo es riesgoso debido a la incertidumbre de lo que puede suceder en el camino y...
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs Alex Gbaguidi, Romuald Franck Kenmeugne Tchuinkam and Samuel Adesoga, all of whom primarily focus on work in Africa, answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams may be facing. They also will be available to ...
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Patricia recently invited Richard to crum.org to present a webinar on core protocols for psychological safety and emotional intelligence. During this interactive session, some important questions remained open, so Patricia came to get her answers! 
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Diese Frage kommt öfters von erfolgreichen Product Owner:innen, die sich fragen wie sie die Maximierung der Wertschöpfung für ihr erfolgreiches Produkt durch Personalwachstum positiv beeinflussen können.
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi visualises what the Scrum Master do all day using the 8 Scrum Master hats.
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Scrum Scale Away (parody of Come Sail Away by Styx)
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Erfahren Sie mehr über 15 gängige Sprint Review Anti-Muster, die sich negativ auf die Effektivität eines Scrum Teams auswirken - von PST Stefan Wolpers.
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One of the first things that I usually hear after describing the Scrum framework and its five events to someone new to Scrum is, “that’s a lot of meetings!” I get it — at first glance, it seems like a lot. But it really isn't when I get the person to take a closer look. This article provides...
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How can the Scrum Master become that True Agile Leader, helping the organization to become more Agile?
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Working from a single product backlog creates an inevitable knowledge gap in single-skilled team members. Over time, team members develop secondary or even tertiary skills and become multi-skilled specialists. On an organizational level introduce cross-functional managers that focus on the whole tea...
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Are we still on track to accomplish the Product Goal? Moreover, how did the previous Sprint contribute to our Scrum team’s mission? Given the Sprint Review’s importance, it is worthwhile to tackle the most common Sprint Review anti-patterns.
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En este artículo aprenderéis como el Agile Coaching Competency Framework puede ayudaros a entender vuestras competencias actuales como Agile Coach o Scrum Master, y daros un camino para mejorarlas.
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Mehrere Product Owner führen zu verzögerten Entscheidungen. Nur ein Product Owner ist ein Garant dafür, dass Entscheidungen schnell getroffen werden und somit das Unternehmen agil bleibt. Wie deskaliert man die Product-Owner-Verantwortung zurück auf eine Person? Hier meine Schritt-für-Sc...
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One of the things I struggled with at the start of my Scrum Master journey was building consensus in the team. Wanting to stay objective, give everyone space and time whilst still craving for a decision was a challenge for me. My own indecisiveness with regards to how to handle this ultimately did n...
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Scrum ist ein leichtgewichtiges Rahmenwerk um komplexe Probleme zu lösen. Die Regeln wie wir sie im Scrum Guide finden sind wichtig. Und dennoch wage ich zu behaupten, dass die unterliegenden Prinzipien noch wichtiger für einen nachhaltigen Produkterfolg sind. Erst dann kann das volle Potential von ...
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Me he encontrado varias veces que la gente en general no sabe qué hace un agile coach para las personas, los equipos y las organizaciones. Ser agile coach requiere un desarrollo de serias competencias, que en muchas sitios no están del todo bien comprendidas. Vamos a ver porqué decimos agile c...
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In this blog post, I explain the difference between the attitude of a programmer and a product developer, why it matters, and some tips to make the shift.
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One of the primary purposes of a retrospective is to create action items, but it’s not uncommon to come up with action items that aren’t actionable.  They’re aspirational.  This blog gives you some ways to ensure your retrospectives have actionable items.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Professional Scrum Trainer Dave Dame joins Eric Naiburg and Lindsay Velecina to discuss accessibility and its importance when it come to training and work in general. They discuss the importance of diversity on Scrum Teams and how it helps teams th...
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​​​​​​​In my experience, it’s the Sprint Retrospective that teams are most likely to skip, berate, or otherwise bash.  When I hear teams talking about dropping it to “save time,” I want to pull a Darth Vader, shake my fist in the air, and say, “You don’t know the power of the Sprint Retrospective!” ...
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Erfahren Sie mehr über 21 gängige Sprint Retrospektive Anti-Patterns aus der Scrum Anti-Patterns-Serie — von PST Stefan Wolpers.
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