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Join PST Andy Hiles, Jessica Martin, Agile Coach and PST Ravi Verma in a panel discussion hosted by Patricia Kong, where they share their experiences with creating psychological safety in teams by using effective facilitation skills in conversations and other interactions.
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I gotta say, refining work items is usually, by far, the Scrum Team’s least popular activity.  No one gets up in the morning saying, “I can’t wait to refine the Product Backlog!” In this article, we will discuss five reasons why refining your Product Backlog is worth the time.
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The brand-new Product Owner & Product Manager Salary Report 2022 is available: How do you compare to 500-plus peers?
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Have you ever come across a Product Owner that has been fully empowered to make all the decisions needed for the product, without any constraints? It's pretty rare. A donut can help your Product Owner in gaining more decision-making power.
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Product-Ownership ist nicht einfach: Es gibt die unterschiedlichsten Anforderungen an das Produkt. Das Product Backlog ist überladen mit Features. Stakeholder aus Entwicklung, IT, Marketing, Sales und Betrieb haben alle eine Meinung, was als Nächstes getan werden muss. Nur leider sind sie ni...
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What are the different categories of product owner? This episode goes outlines all the different types of product owners as well as the characteristics/pros and cons of each by considering them against the definition of a product and how you may deliver value. Join me as I also bust a common...
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Desde principios de la década de 2000, Agile ha ganado popularidad y se ha convertido en el enfoque de referencia para la gestión muchas organizaciones de todos los tamaños y orígenes. Sin olvidar de que Agile comenzó en el desarrollo de software, rápidamente encontró su camino hacia otras indust...
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Encourage your Scrum team to establish more effective communication patterns that make a lasting impact with “What I Need From You”.
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There are eight hours available for Sprint Planning. In those eight hours, a lot can be done. Too often this event is rushed, limiting the ability to maximize the possible achievements. In this article, I share nine things to do to make the most of your Sprint Planning.
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Gibt es einen Zeitpunkt, an dem ein erfolgreiches Scrum-Team mit Scrum Schluss machen sollte, weil es seine Nützlichkeit überlebt hat?
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A short 3 case studies of transparency and a story on where it might lead..
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Webcast
In diesem Scrum-Pulse-Webcast erklärt Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Flossmann die Grundlagen effektiver Facilitation.
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There are many great reasons to use Scrum. Focus on quality, frequent delivery of value, and limitation of risk, to name a few. Saving money is not one of them...
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Kurt Bittner, PST Ron Eringa and PST Laurens Bonnema come together again to join host Dave West for a discussion on the Dual Operating Model, Culture, self-management, bottom up intelligence and more! (33:37 Minutes)
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Scrum is not designed to solve all problems in all business domains. There are times when Scrum used properly is a great fit for complex problem solving. But when and where does Scrum not work? When should we not be using Scrum? When would it be too much overhead for the value derived?
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Many organizations are trying to improve the alignment between strategy and execution with the OKRs framework (Objectives and Key Results). There’s good intent there, but more often than not, looking under the hood, you notice:  OKRs that look more like tasks than strategic objectives – especiall...
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El Product Owner es un gestor de producto que se encarga de mantener el alineamiento estratégico del Product Backlog en todo momento.
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The Scrum Events are in place to support empiricism and the delivery of value. You need to run them at least once per Sprint. But could we do them multiple times in the same Sprint? Find out in this article!
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Prof. Yaneer Bar-Yam, an eminent scientist who is known for his contribution to the mitigation of ethnic violence in Europe, the eradication of the Ebola outbreaks in West Africa, and establishing the field of Complex Systems Science, discussed the reasons behind the success of self-managed and cros...
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According to the Scrum guide, Scrum teams typically have 10 or fewer people, including Developers, Scrum Master and Product Owner.  But what happens with a Scrum team that includes more than 10 people?  What if the Scrum team has 10, 15 even more people?
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Is there a moment when a, so far, successful Scrum team starts outliving Scrum’s utility?
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Die Diskussionen in der Sprint Retrospektive drehen sich seit geraumer Zeit nur noch im Kreis. Das Resultat? Wieder eine Retrospektive, die ohne konkrete Verbesserung endet. Wenn dir das bekannt vorkommt und du nach einem Ausweg suchst, dann lies weiter...
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Backlog refinement is still a vastly misunderstood activity. There is no single approach to it and no time-boxed event. But why is that? And how to handle it? More on that in this article.
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How the various ways of getting into a swimming pool are similar to how teams and organizations start with Scrum.
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Otra gran pregunta recurrente, ¿Por qué tenemos que hacer DevOps si hacemos Scrum?. Son 2 cosas complementarias, porqué están muy alineadas en las maneras de pensar. DevOps se trata de lograr la mentalidad correcta, igual que la mentalidad que necesita Scrum.
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As this article hopefully makes clear, the mental well-being of the workforce is important. Being transparent about what happens after someone shares what they feel could improve is needed to ensure proper follow-up.
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Scrum define eventos para crear cadencia, ritmo y mejorar la transparencia. Puede suceder que los miembros del equipo no encuentren utilidad en su uso o que el resultado no sea efectivo o el esperado. Estas circunstancias pueden ser mejorados con una facilitación para impactar en forma positiva e...
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Team effectiveness suffers when teams are too large. We explain how to make adjustments to fix this problem.
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Podcast
In dieser Folge von Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer beantworten Professional Scrum Trainer Martina Luenzmann und Simon Flossmann in einer Live-Sitzung deine dringendsten Fragen, wie Product Owner:innen noch erfolgreicher werden können.
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What would happen if Superman wasn't around to save the earth? We, as mere mortals, would perish quickly, and the superhero movies would be super short. Wouldn't it be more helpful if the flying solver-of-all would teach out to save ourselves?
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Scrum Masters are accountable for effectiveness of Scrum and yet many things are beyond their control. Let's unpack how to navigate this.
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In the 45th Hands-on Agile meetup session, James Shore—author of ‘The Art of Agile Development’—shared his experiences with scaling “agile:” first with traditional approaches and, more recently, with FAST scaling.
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In 2018, Scrum.org and McKinsey started collaborating around a shared purpose: to help companies innovate how their organizations, teams, and individuals work. In this article, the latest in a series of research and insight papers, we examine the differences between doing work and creating value in...
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In this podcast episode, PST Joshua Partogi share his personal experience in making Scrum enticing for people at the senior executives level.
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Es war ein langer Weg bis zu dieser Rezension: „Durch die Interaktivität bin ich nicht nur Teilnehmerin, sondern wirklich Lernende. Kein passiver Konsum – wir haben uns das neue Wissen erarbeitet. Gespickt mit hilfreichen Tipps von Simon für den Arbeitsalltag. Langeweile? Fehlanzeige.“ – Sandra ...
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Understanding the “why” behind the Scrum framework can help Scrum teams improve their ability to deliver value to the organization.  We previously discussed the purpose behind each Scrum event and the purpose behind each Scrum accountability.  In this article, we’ll take a deep dive into the purpose...
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Usable, Useful and Valuable are attributed to the Increments in Scrum and these terms should not be used interchangeably. A product cannot be useful if its not usable and in addition, a product cannot be valuable if it's not useful.
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Podcast
During this 2022 conversation on the Women in Agile Podcast, Jess Brock and Emily Lint dive deep into dojos. What does it mean to run a great dojo and how do you measure a dojo's success? Have we been doing dojos all wrong? Find out more! (51:12 Minutes)
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Ser mentor es ejercer la influencia, guía o dirección dada sobre una persona que quiere ser mentorizada. Y un mentor es alguien que enseña o brinda ayuda y consejos a una persona menos experimentada y, a menudo, más joven. O no más joven como acostumbra ser mi caso.
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi elaborates on the differences between Product Vision, Product Goal and Product Roadmap in the context of Scrum and shares how the Product Owner can use it to gain competitive advantage in the market.
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📖 Ein neuer Satz von Fragen zur Sprint-Planung ist jetzt verfügbar; insgesamt gibt es jetzt 73 Bewerberfragen. Bislang wurde dieser Leitfaden für Scrum-Master-Interviews mehr als 25.000 Mal heruntergeladen.
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The scrum guide has been thoughtfully crafted and frequently updated to help teams and organizations be more successful. While aimed primarily at individual teams it also speaks volumes to the type of environment organizations can create to help their teams to thrive.
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Podcast
In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer moderated by Patricia Kong, PSTs Simon Flossmann and David Spinks answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams may be facing when using Scrum, particularly within the Scrum events and other scenarios when it may be...
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An exploration of what scientific studies and a large dataset of Scrum teams tell us about the benefits of agility
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Pratiquez Scrum professionnel ! Autrement dit, quelle différence entre une application mécanique de Scrum et une qui inclut des valeurs et principes qui guident toutes décisions ?
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​​​​​​​Scrum Teams that understand the “why” behind the Scrum framework can better increase value delivery to the organization. Internalizing the purpose behind the events, artifacts and accountabilities of Scrum allows the team to get the most benefit from them.  In this article, we will discuss th...
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Suppose you are looking to fill a position for a Scrum Master (or agile coach) in your organization. In that case, you may find the following 73 interview questions helpful in identifying the right candidate.
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Wie stehen Produktvision, Produkt-Ziel und Sprint-Ziel in Beziehung zueinander? Wie können sie einfach erstellt werden? Und wie sind Vision und Ziele definiert? Wenn du dir eine dieser Fragen stellst, dann lies weiter! Lass uns damit beginnen, die letzten beiden Fragen zu beantworten:
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Reflections and findings triggered by an experience interview with Daniel Vacanti.
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Indicator's of a team's health that's beyond velocity
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