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Standish Group Wisdom Wednesday # 5 and CHAOS Tuesday Show # 126 is on the future of work. In this show, Dave West joins to explore what the future holds for knowledge workers with a global perspective.
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If you are an agile leader - do you know whether your teams are currently operating at a sustainable pace? Do you care? Would you rather not know because you’re afraid of the answer? 
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El Scrum Master es un líder servicial que se enfoca en el crecimiento de las personas, trabajo en equipo, la adopción del empirismo y la autogestión para ayudar a maximizar la entrega de valor. Ser exitoso como líder servicial se evidencia cuando las personas a las cuales se sirven son exitosas....
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In this blog post, PST David Sabine shares a real life story focused around transparency.
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Read on and learn more on how to best sabotage a Scrum Master from the exercise results of more than ten PSM I and PSM II classes. (I slightly edited the suggestions for better readability.)
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Über 100 Jahre Industriezeitalter haben uns gelehrt, dass die Lieferung von Produkten den Erfolg eines Unternehmens bestimmt.
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Myth 1 – Scrum is a Methodology To bust this first myth, I would prefer to differentiate between the concepts of methodology and framework. Methodology vs. Framework A specific methodology is a well-defined set of principles, concepts, tools, and associated practices that guide processes to...
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In this Unstuck Leadership Moment, PST Mark Wavle explores the power of building a sense of ownership with the people we lead.
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Webcast
En este webinar exploraremos los fundamentos del escalamiento de Scrum con Nexus.
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Last week, we talked about common misconceptions related to the Daily Scrum.  This week we’ll focus more broadly on misconceptions impacting everything from the Product Backlog to the composition of the Scrum Team itself.  
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TL; DR: Designing Powerful Questions with Daniel Stillman Powerful Conversations are the environment that drives change. Learn from Daniel Stillman how designing powerful questions helps you coach, create, connect, and lead from the 35th Hands-on Agile meetup of October 5, 2021. 📺 Watch the vi...
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Why it matters to have a shared understanding of the product your Scrum team is building.
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The Project Mindset approach, in which success is defined upfront based on Scope, Time and Budget, will (based on experiences) lead to less business involvement and more task management. The Product Mindset approach, in which success is continuously driven by business metrics like User adaption/ret...
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TL-DR Kanban et Scrum sont deux outils qui se complètent très bien. L’un apporte des informations pour analyser la performance du flux de création de valeur, l’autre apporte des artéfacts et des boucles de rétroaction pour rendre transparent la performance de vos processus. Introduction Tôt...
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TL-TR La réussite de l’entreprise est directement liée la satisfaction des utilisateurs aujourd’hui mais aussi dans la durée. Pour assurer cette réussite, l’implémentation de différents « Key Value Measures » pour piloter ensemble les quatre « Key Value Areas » proposés par « Evidence-Based Manag...
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The Agile Manifesto hasn’t changed since its creation in 2001. Scrum however, has been updated many times. Is the connection between the Agile Manifesto and Scrum still there?
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What is happening awesome people? I hope you had a great weekend and ready for the week. Throughout 2021 I am seeing more companies are using Scrum. In this year I also noticed many teams are practicing what Barry Overeem and Christian Verwijs as the Zombie Scrum. These teams are just moving in moti...
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Toll, die PSPO I Zertifizierung gilt lebenslänglich, d.h. man muss sie nicht erneuern.
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Wann ist das Feature fertig? Diese legitime Frage, die Stakeholder im Sprint Review stellen und welche regelmäßig Mitglieder des Scrum Teams zusammenzucken lässt, sollte jeder erfahrene Product Owner beantworten können.
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Insights from 7 scientific studies into what it is that Product Owners do and what makes them successful
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Not all trainers use an online classroom for the distribution of course materials. However, if your Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) informed you that you would be able to access post-class materials in the Scrum.org "online classroom.", here is an image that explains where you can find the link.
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Even a well-set team with clear objectives may fail to finish each thing when the Sprint ends.
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Aligning Scrum Team Topology to Strategy with OKRs and Product Goals Yeah, I know. Could I squeeze more buzzwords into the title? I guess I could include Digital Transformation, Cloud, AI, and Machine Learning for effect. But seriously, I wanted to share some insights around how to align your Scr...
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Whitepaper
There’s been plenty of discussion over the years comparing and contrasting Scrum and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), which has set up a premise that you must choose one or the other. But in actuality, Scrum and SAFe can be friends and work well together. This whitepaper by Avanade and Scrum.org tackl...
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Hier mein bewährtes Rezept, wie Product Owner das Sprint Review zu einem gemeinschaftlichen Arbeitstermin machen können und nicht zu einer Demonstration, Präsentation oder Feature-Abnahme verkommen lassen.
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In my recent post, I told the story of the time I was fired as a Scrum Master. This time I will tell you about a time I decided to quit (probably shortly before I would have been fired!).
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TL; DR: Ignoring the Capacity Check during Sprint Planning There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Since Scrum is an intentionally incomplete framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. For example, the Developers are ignoring a capacity c...
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Many self-managing teams struggle to reach a truly high-performing state. When an organisation moves to a self-management model, a key service centralised management traditionally played – giving feedback – is often ignored, leaving teams struggling to truly grow. In this article, we share how to g...
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A culture of feedback is a critical element of an adaptive organisation. While people have talked about how to give effective feedback, little has been said on how to receive it, until now.
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It might surprise you that even those with years of Scrum practice sometimes make statements about the framework that are, well, inaccurate. The Scrum Guide outlines how teams can learn to work together to deliver complex work. It’s not a how-to list of instructions, and perhaps that’s what leads to...
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The Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) course has evolved over the years and the PSPO I assessment has become even more difficult! I consider this assessment the most difficult of all the Scrum.org entry level assessments and it pays to be prepared. Here then, is my updated guide on how to pass...
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Want fabulous teams that build great products? Great teams don’t happen by accident. And they don’t have to take a long time to build. Learn more from Richard Kasperowski on employing core protocols for psychological safety and emotional intelligence from this Hands-on Agile session.
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In this Scrum Pulse webinar, Professional Scrum Trainer Mary Iqbal discusses the common signs of pretending to be agile and how you can use Empiricism to stop pretending.
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Through this short introductory video viewers will gain an understanding of what Scrum.org does, its mission, a description of Professional Scrum and what makes Scrum.org different.
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Eine bewährte Anleitung, wie Du als angehender Product Owner ein Sprint Planning in Jira durchführst
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​​​​​​​According to the 15th annual State of Agile Report, there has been a tremendous increase in the adoption of agile frameworks this year.  Within software teams, agile adoption grew from 37% in 2020 to 86% in 2021.  This rapid growth undoubtedly means many individuals working within agile frame...
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Podcast
Tired of not achieving Organizational outcomes and don’t know how to improve that?...this show is for you. In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, Host James Gifford talks with Scrum.org’s Patrica Kong and Kurt Bittner about Evidence Based Management. Learn more about defining value and setti...
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German blog on 5 lessons that I learned in the first year as a product owner that can save you a lot of time and frustration
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs John Riley and Ben Thorp answer questions related to regulating workflow effectively and developing a test-first mindset. They provide insight on practices and techniques useful to kickstarting continuously delivering software and non-softwar...
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TL; DR: The Agile Metrics Survey 2021 If you value agile practices, it is crucial to know if a job offering or a prospective business partner that claims to be “agile” really keeps its promises. Unfortunately, as agility usually cannot be observed directly, and certainly not from the outside of a...
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Is your preferred approach to starting an Agile "Transformation" sending a bunch of worker-bees to Agile Training and then waiting for the magic to happen?
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As long as the Scrum team has the drive to learn and to run experiments to figure out what works for them, Zombie Scrum (or fake Agile) won’t find futile ground and can’t take root!
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One of the most common reasons for organizations to adopt Agile is to improve quality.
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi shares how Sprint Review is often misunderstood as a demo or showcasing or an acceptance testing session. In this vlog, he busts myths around Sprint Review and how a Sprint Review should look like according to Scrum Guide 2020.
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You may have heard of the phrase 'Scrum ceremony'. Which is odd because it's never appeared in the Scrum Guide. But clearly it exists and it's in common use. So, where did it come from? What does it mean? Let's find out.
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10+ years of helping organizations scale Scrum from one team to 500+ teams has taught me one thing - most practitioners abandon the scientific principles and core values of Scrum in their pursuit of scaling Scrum. To many of these practitioners, Scaling Scrum is a whole another ball-game to which Sc...
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As we head toward the five year anniversary of announcing the Scrum.org Global Professional Training Network (PTN) program read a reflection on the value that this group of partner organizations has brought to Scrum.org, the Professional Scrum Trainer community and most importantly the students who ...
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Troverete qui di seguito una serie di articoli, le basi di Scrum, che approfondiscono i concetti che potete ritrovare nello Scrum Guide 2020 (versione italiana). Cos'è Scrum? Scrum è un Framework leggero che aiuta persone, team e organizzazioni a generare valore attraverso soluzioni ad...
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There is a lot going on when it comes to delivering complex products in an uncertain and constantly changing world. In this webinar, Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer Stephanie Ockerman breaks it down to 5 ways Scrum Teams can discover their opportunities to improve the many different aspects of ...
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Hochperformante Teams, die vorhersagbar liefern, tragen maßgeblich zum Erfolg von Unternehmen bei.
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