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The DoD and the acceptance criteria are two fundamental concepts in product development. While DoD is part of Scrum, Acceptance Criteria is an additional practice.
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This post highlights the shift from traditional stakeholder engagement to continuous, collaborative involvement in Scrum.
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Each of the five events in Scrum is time boxed. This means that every Scrum event has a maximum (but not a minimum) amount of time the Scrum Team will spend on the event every Sprint. By limiting the time spent in each Event, the Scrum framework pushes Scrum teams to maximize the quality of their ti...
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En este post, el PST Alex Ballarin te explicará como la inteligencia artificial (#IA) puede ayudarte a crear mejores estrategias identificando a los usuarios y sus necesidades, las posibles funcionalidades, los indicadores holísticos del producto, así como también procesando los datos para sacar con...
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In this video, Martin discusses the importance of adaptation for businesses in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing market. 🌎
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Four steps of proactive research to identify suitable employers or clients for getting hired as a Scrum Master and avoid disappointment later.
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This article highlights the importance of stakeholder feedback during Sprint Reviews. It also delves into the transformative potential of incorporating Sprint Review Feedback Forms. It highlights how these forms serve as a vital tool for capturing comprehensive, structured, and actionable insights f...
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In diesem Artikel gibt PST Simon Flossmann Einblicke, wie er in Meetings und Workshops Konflikte frühzeitig entschärft und Differenzen überwindet.
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En el dinámico mundo del desarrollo, la microgestión ha sido una constante preocupación. Esta semana, Guillem Hernandez Sola se sumerge en una reflexión provocativa: ¿Es Agile realmente una herramienta de microgestión?
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Learning Series
Product Ownership requires a distinct set of capabilities and skills. These skills and capabilities are described here. Please note that we are describing Product Ownership here, meaning it does not tie into any specific person, role, function or accountability. This learning series illustrates what needs to be done from the Product Ownership perspective when developing products. The Scrum framework describes a Product Owner as a set of accountabilities that a person can take up. In which ca...
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In this video, Martin explores the nuanced philosophy of Scrum leadership. 🧭 He delves into how Scrum Masters can effectively lead without traditional authority, focusing on influence, respect, and skill to drive team success. 🚀
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Descubre cuales son los mitos y falacias más comunes de Scrum en este post del PST Jerónimo Palacios
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to Sprint Planning? Check it out!
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My thoughts on the recent ‘Agile is Death’ claims
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Product Backlog refinement is the act of breaking down work. Further defining Product Backlog Items into smaller and more clear items can improve the Team's focus, flow of work, and the Product Backlog ordering.
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In diesem Artikel gibt dir PST Simon Flossmann eine Anleitung, wie du dich für das Mögliche öffnest und dein Scrum Team auch durch unvorhersehbare Situation führen kannst.
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Conway, Brooks, Hackman, Goodhart, Larman und Parkinson in der Praxis
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In this video, Martin explores the nuanced decision-making process in product development, delving into when to pivot, persevere, or walk away. 🤔💼 He discusses the balance of factors influencing these decisions, from business needs to customer and team desires, and the challenges of avoiding the sun...
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The Scrum.org Professional Scrum with User Experience I (PSU I) assessment is a 60-minute timeboxed assessment. You need to score over 85% to pass and gain the PSU I certification. The assessment contains 60 questions in English of multiple choice type.
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The Scrum Master accountability is not fading. However, the Scrum Master role is evolving rapidly to be more capable and standing for true leadership in an ever-changing work environment.
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Book
The Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide compiles the most common challenges that every Scrum Team faces and how to remedy them. Stefan Wolpers uses the Scrum Guide as a template to structure the content, thus supporting the junior practitioners Scrum discovery journey (categorized by roles, events, artifacts,...
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Agile is not a mere indulgence; it is a more innovative and more efficient way to navigate the intricacies of delivering products and services, particularly when the products or services being developed require creativity and complex problem-solving to deliver them.
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In this insightful Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Joanna Plaskonka shares three crucial leadership principles: clear direction and purpose, continuous support, and creating healthy constraints for effective self-management in Agile teams. (4:58 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf challenges the misconception of treating everyone equally, emphasizing the importance of tailored support based on individual needs for team success. (2:20 Minutes)
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Explore common Scrum challenges by joining this Scrum Pulse where PST Stefan Wolpers presents ‘My Top Twelve Worst Agile Anti-Patterns,’ based on the upcoming book, ‘Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide.’
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood emphasizes the importance of hiring the right people for agile practices, aligning values, and acknowledging the option to let go when necessary for organizational success. (5:02 Minutes)
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Acompáñanos a descrubrir en este viaje cuales son los motivos principales por el que las retrospectivas en Scrum fracasan
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A Scrum Master can leverage data effectively to help the team by asking the right questions sooner and by using valuable insights to drive continuous improvement.
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Foster a collaborative, cross-functional team environment. This post delves into how embracing Scrum’s values and practices enhances teamwork, driving innovative and efficient outcomes.
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In this episode, Mike, Jeff and Pat predict 2024 trends in the Agile world.
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Learning Series
Scrum Teams deliver value to customers in product Increments. Product stability is vital as each Increment builds on the last.
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In addition to practices already mentioned in "What can cause product instability?", the following practices can help Scrum Teams reduce the risk of their product becoming unstable or unusable:Invest in a product architecture that localizes changes. Modular architectures are like bulkheads in a ship...
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En este post, el PST Alex Ballarín explica como la Inteligencia Artifical (IA) no es una amenaza para los Scrum Masters o Agile Coaches, sino una gran oportunidad para fortalecer los conocimientos y aplicarlos de manera más efectivas al contexto de los equipos. Esto va a ser una revolución: ¿quieres...
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What are the top things you should never do in Scrum? Do I have to just follow all the Scrum rules? Can I break some? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PST's Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown talk about what they feel are the most egregious offenses commonly done but should never be done whe...
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Module
There are different factors that can cause a Scrum Team to introduce instabilities into their product Increments:Quality regressions produced by uncaught errors. Sometimes, when a Scrum Team adds a new capability to the Increment, they inadvertently break something that worked before they added the ...
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Scrum is an empirical approach that delivers value to customers in product Increments. This allows a Scrum Team to frequently and quickly learn if what they deliver is actually improving value for the customer and user. If not, the capability may be reworked or even removed. New capabilities may als...
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When picturing an effective and truly agile product development team, one often imagines a software development team, pushing some software to production every day, maybe multiple times a day, ala Amazon. By doing so, these teams gain the ability to test their assumptions early and often about the s...
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​​効果的で真にアジャイルな製品開発チームを思い浮かべるとき、Amazonのように毎日あるいは1日に何度もソフトウェアを本番リリースさせるようなチームを思い浮かべることが多いでしょう。製品開発チームは頻繁なリリースによって、開発中のソリューションに関する仮説を技術的な観点とビジネス的な観点の両方から早期かつ頻繁に検証をすることができます。しかしながら、必ずしもすべての業界、ビジネスモデル、技術がこれを可能にするわけではありません。この場合には、どうすればいいのだろう?
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In this article, we'll explore - and debunk! - ten common objections to incremental delivery.
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Resilience is the ability to turn hardship to experience. That is exactly what agility is about. We learn from our failures. We rise to the occasion. We swarm problems.
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In this video, Martin discusses the subtle art of motivating a Scrum Team. 🚀 He delves into the responsibilities of a Scrum Master and Agile Coach in creating a motivated and effective team environment. 🤔💡
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In diesem Artikel zeigt dir PST Simon Flossmann drei Methoden, die du tief vergrabene Probleme Sprint Retrospektiven freilegst.
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Applying Conway, Brooks, Hackman, Goodhart, Larman, and Parkinson in Practice
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Guillem Hernandez Sola muestra algunas razones comunes que se ae encontrando en las organizaciones que ha intentado ayudar durante su transformación ágil.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Ripley about his experiences with Scrum and what led him to become a Professional Scrum Trainer. (33:54 Minutes)
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We’ve already discussed what Product Owners should be involved in, but what should they not be involved in? If Product Owners do get involved in areas they shouldn’t, what may happen?  In this video Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown talk about what Product Owne...
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In this video, Martin explores the philosophy of building with Test First Principles and its profound impact on Agile and Scrum Teams. 🧐
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Scrum Master support this? Check it out!
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood stresses the need for a radical organizational shift to achieve successful Agile implementation. He rejects the idea of piecemeal changes, advocating for a comprehensive transformation that empowers individuals, decentralizes d...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood stresses the need for a radical organizational shift to achieve successful Agile implementation. He rejects the idea of piecemeal changes, advocating for a comprehensive transformation that empowers individuals, decentralizes d...
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