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In my daily life as a Scrum Master, I witness many crazy situations. I want to share my discoveries via this comic series featuring Koos Coach, the silly Scrum Master struggling to understand and master Scrum.
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This sixth article now dives into organizing a remote Sprint Planning with a distributed team: practices, virtual Liberating Structures, and lessons learned.
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As promised, here is the part two of the two part series "how to lead live virtual class like a pro" where I'd be emphasising on the execution part- facilitating the class effectively.
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We all are going through a tough time – both socially and professionally. People have been asked to maintain distance to break the COVID-19 outbreak chain. Most of us have isolated ourselves for the past few weeks.
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Nobody really saw COVID-19 coming. Most people thought it would be similar to previous virus outbreaks and peter out without any meaningful impact on our daily lives. As the situation unfolded, we struggled to fully grasp the exponential nature of it. In the business world, we continually face s...
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Large numbers of Product Owners begin their work by creating requirements. In some situations, these scopes are dictated by others. Their work mainly consists of describing demands, thus apparently appearing as a scribe in their role.
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Chacun d’entre nous à eu un déclic concernant Scrum, nous avons compris que c’était la route à emprunter, un comportement que nous souhaitions adopter, des valeurs alignées avec les nôtres. Nous avons eu une étincelle qui a allumé en nous une passion, une envie de lire, étudier et pratiquer Scrum...
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The Scrum Master encourages the Scrum Team to improve, within the Scrum process framework, its development process and practices to make it more effective and enjoyable for the next Sprint.
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When we learn new skills, we experience different emotions at different stages of the learning process.
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No sé sobre el resto de ustedes, pero personalmente siempre promociono Professional Scrum cuando hablo, enseño, entreno, asesoro, etc.
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In this blog post I explain why the Sprint Goal is key for an effective implementation of Scrum and how it is widely present in the Scrum framework by exploring its “lifecycle”. 
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Scrum is intended as a simple, yet sufficient framework for complex product delivery.
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Are you working remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak? Are you looking for some tips/tactics to lead virtual training for your teams? 
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Having a Sprint Goal in some cases is not easy. Having a good Sprint Goal is even more difficult.
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Podcast
Jeff Gothelf is the author of LeanUX as well as Sense and Respond. He is a thought leader in the UX space and working on his next book Forever Employable. We talk a bit about the idea of being sought after by organizations. Not just being a thought leader or an independent consultant. We're excit...
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Many teams are finding that they need to adjust to a new reality amid the covid-19 pandemic. Strategic plans lie in tatters, urgent unplanned work fills the board, stakeholders are hammering teams with requests, and routine has gone out of the window. This is a time for a Scrum Master to be pragmati...
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Facing the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all staying home for the safety of our people. This is a hard time for all of us. While classes are re-scheduled in the Fall, some of us Scrum trainers are refocusing our energy to help the household while others are investigating how to conduct interactive onlin...
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Wim Heemskerk answers questions about challenges your Scrum team is facing, and has some deep expertise in facilitation and leadership in agile, specifically.
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This fourth article now addresses basic remote agile anti-patterns — the pitfalls any distributed team wants to avoid to become successful.
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Ever wonder how to get your first Scrum Master job with little to no experience? It’s a question I often get in my Professional Scrum classes.
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Good Scrum Masters are passionate. Great Scrum Masters are dispassionate.
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In my daily life as a Scrum Master, I witness many crazy situations. I want to share my discoveries via this comic series featuring Koos Coach, the silly Scrum Master struggling to understand and master Scrum.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma revisits his experiences working with CxOs from various companies across different industries. Ravi identifies 3 common characteristics that he has seen in successful executives that lead to a greater agile mindset and success. (5:21 M...
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Evidence-Based Portfolio Management (EBM-PM) applies lean and agile principles to the challenge of investing to derive the greatest business benefit. It uses rapid delivery of small increments of value to run experiments, gather information, and adapt investment decisions based on evidence from the ...
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In every Sprint, Sprint Retrospective is an excellent chance to inspect and adapt the way of working.
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Watch the Replay of the Remote Agile Practices & Tools Live Virtual Class At the end of March, we ran a Remote Agile Practices & Tools class with about 30 participants from all over Europe, the Eastern Seaboard, and Canada. The participants agreed on recording it and make it available to ...
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Scrum.org CEO Dave West looks back at March and how the Scrum.org Community has rallied in the wake of COVID-19.
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Scrum.org has created Professional Scrum Competencies to help guide an individual’s personal development with Scrum. Building proficiency with Scrum starts with the fundamentals, Understanding and Applying the Scrum Framework, and it is the foundation for personal growth. The competencies and underl...
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Every Sprint starts with a Sprint Planning event. It is very crucial to ensure that the Scrum Team comes to a shared understanding of what and how are they going to deliver a “Done” increment that creates maximum business impact. Although, like other events Sprint Planning also is often marred with ...
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While working remotely might feel good right now, we are up for trouble. Anxiety-invoked behavior and stress are likely to happen very soon. Let's discuss what is coming at us.
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En la reunión del Manifiesto Ágil en 2001, se escribió un conjunto de 4 valores respaldados por una docena de principios.
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In this video, Professional Scrum Trainer Alex Brown talks about more efficient ways to initiate your unit tests with little effort and few key strokes by using a code templates to help. This could possible help you, or your teams, adhere to common test naming standard too. The approach demonstrated...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma discusses things to look for in your move to agility and some guidance to helping get there. (7:12 Minutes)
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In this third post of the Remote Agile series, we address the tool at the heart of working with a distributed team as a Scrum Master, Agile Coach, or Product Owner: Zoom.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham talks about the rare action of canceling a Sprint. In Scrum, this is very much the exception and not the rule. Ralph talks about when this might happen, what may cause it and how to avoid canceling a Sprint. (3:39 Minutes)
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In this webinar, Professional Scrum Trainers Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller walk through some content in their new book, Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems, and talk about how experienced Scrum Masters balance the demands of these three levels of servant leadership, while ...
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In today's vlog, I discuss about the differences between the Scrum Master and the Product Owner role.
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In this second Scrum.org Community Podcast, Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers Ralph Jocham and Dominik Maximini discuss their what it has meant for them as trainers to move to a new way of teaching their students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (6:11 Minutes)
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The urgency of having the right type of conversation, especially today in a remote setting, has significantly increased overnight. This blog provides a perspective on a particular type of conversation and my own “personal experiences”  that show we need them more than ever.
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Whitepaper
This study explores how to measure the impact of organizations’ enterprise-wide agile transformation and offers a framework for understanding the potential. The findings are based on outcome data from more than 20 companies across six sectors.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham describes how Burndown Charts can be used in release planning and predictions. (4:10 Minutes)
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See Robert (Robb) Pieper from Responsive Advisors give his talk "Your Agile Team Needs a Therapist" to an awesome group at Music City Agile 2017 in Nashville, TN.
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In this episode of the Agile Wire, Professional Scrum Trainers Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski chat with Dave Dame about the adapting times we are facing amidst the Covid-19 crisis including tips for adapting, leadership challenges and virtual work.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham describes Burndown Charts and focuses on the work within a Sprint. Ralph discusses how and why they are used and provides guidance on ways to leverage them in your teams. (4:37 Minutes)
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This follow-up post now delves into virtual Liberating Structures, answering the question of how we can make use of the powerful toolbox of inclusive and collaborative practices in a remote setting.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini provides a set of analogies to help understand ways of estimating work against each other and independent of each other, the reasoning behind his thinking and tips for success. (4:48)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini describes the time-box for each of the Scrum Events and gives some recommendations on how the timing may change based on Sprint length. (3:18 Minutes)
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Trying to make virtual meetings work with your team? We've made many mistakes in our virtual meetings over the years. In this post, we share our ten most helpful tips for having engaging and productive meetings online.
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Completing an Agile Coaching certification doesn’t make you an Agile Coach. So where do you start and how do you chart your own journey?
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Let's talk about behavior leaders need to exhibit in these difficult times.
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