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“We want to be more agile in our delivery.” “We need to build up our teams.” “How can we do Scrum well?” Companies are asking themselves these questions every day and looking in various places for the answers.
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Why are Scrum and Management 3.0 such a great fit? In this special Management 3.0 podcast episode Management 3.0, CEO Ralph van Roosmalen and Kurt Bittner, Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Scrum.org, talk Scrum, Management, Agile and what makes them fuse together so well, especially when it...
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‘Autonomy without accountability equals anarchy’ summarizes an essential design element of any agile organization. Without these checks and balances in place any aspiration to transform an organization is likely to fail.
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This article will give you a clear explanation of how to become a good leader in this competitive world, and the techniques and tools required to reach the height of success.
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Este artículo es la segunda parte de otro donde hablaba de como integrar el trabajo de los especialistas de UX y los desarrolladores de software.
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Tanto el desarrollo de software Agile como el diseño de experiencia de usuario (UX) tienen como objetivos comunes entregar antes sistemas más usados y valiosos para el cliente.
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In this webinar Brandon Shangraw and Abel Rios from Stack Sports, along with Patricia Kong, Scrum.org talk about their journey using Scrum and Nexus. (61:00 Minutes)
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Being a Scrum Master requires to take many different stances and approaches when working together with teams and individuals. Two of them that are probably used most are “Coaching” and “Mentoring”.
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An example of how to use Liberating Structures to improve the Sprint Review.
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The Voices in DevOps Podcast speaks with guest Dave West about the evolution of DevOps through the years and how agile infrastructure came to be developed.
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Millennials in the workplace. Agile and Scrum can help virtually any organization, from small startup tech businesses with mostly young employees to well established Fortune 2,000 companies with a much more experienced staff.
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In diesem Video unterhalten sich Peter Gfader (@peitor) und Thomas Schissler (@tschissler) über den Nutzen den das Professional Scrum Developer Training bietet und warum dieses Training für Scrum Teams wichtige Impulse bietet, unabhängig davon, ob sie mit Scrum erst beginnen oder es bereits seit län...
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Icebreakers: are they a complete waste of time or do they add value? Some people absolutely love them, other absolute dislike them because they didn’t add any value. I believe a well-designed icebreaker can kickstart your session, can be fun and get people warmed-up for the rest of the session. Lear...
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A meta-retrospective is an excellent exercise to foster collaboration within the extended team, create a shared understanding of the big picture, and immediately create valuable action-items.
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In this blog, Professional Scrum Trainer Peter Koning talks about his book, Agile Leadership Toolkit - Learning to Thrive with Self Managing Teams.
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“A good review from the critics is just another stay of execution” -- Dustin Hoffman
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Learn more on how to tackle impediments as a team by running experiments, iterating and visualizing on the solution.
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In this video, Professional Scrum Trainer Peter Goetz interviews fellow PST Punit Doshi about the Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) training class by Scrum.org. (13:03 Minutes)
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Have you ever been curious about what really motivates the people you work with? What are they looking for in their role and in their work? If you can find an hour with your team, I recommend you to try the Moving Motivators practice (Management 3.0). Let's unpack how to prepare and run the exercise...
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This post covers four team building mental models — or concepts — that have proven useful in understanding the context of creating agile teams: from Taylorism to Tuckman to Lencioni to Dan Pink.
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In this podcast, Patricia Kong chats with Professional Scrum Trainer Sergey Makarkin about Evidence-Based Management. The interview is in English with Russian subtitles. (43:15 Minutes)
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In this video, Professional Scrum Trainers Joshua Partogi and Barry Overeem talk about the Professional Scrum Master II training class and what experienced Scrum Masters can expect to learn in the class.
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This is a common question in my Professional Scrum classes. It often comes up early when we are still learning the basics of the Scrum framework. And it comes up because people are already wearing two hats or are being told by their organizations that they will be.
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Martin Hinshelwood answered Scrum related questions from a live audience.
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In this article, I’ve described my personal journey in becoming a Scrum Master and included recommendations for new Scrum Masters.
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Scrum is a goal driven framework. And that is what I really like about Scrum. If I can summarize Scrum Guide into one sentence, it is about delivering an increment that meets the Sprint Goal.
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Background I wrote a definition of agility 6 months ago. It was like a change story. I didn't want a pithy definition of agility that would : let executive leaders think they were off the hook, change is for the teams and I don't need to change let specialists think they were off t...
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In this short Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma discusses how Scrum holds the team accountable for delivering value to stakeholders every 30 days or less and why. (4:41 Minutes)
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In this short Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma discusses what he calls the three C's of Scrum, going from Concept to Course Correction.  He looks at how frequent feedback using Scrum can help get us the only true source of the truth which is market feedback and perception. (4...
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Scrum.org is stating it: "The PSM III credential is very difficult to earn, as it is used to demonstrate the certificate holder’s ability solve advanced, complex problems in real-world applications of Scrum.
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In this video, Professional Scrum Trainer Thomas Schissler interviews fellow PST Roman Doroshenko about his experience in the Professional Scrum Developer Class. (3:40 Minutes)
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Yaki Koren describes his experience attending a Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) class by Scrum.org (www.scrum.org/psd). (2:44 Minutes)
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How a Scrum Master can use the “Strategy Knotworking” to help the Scrum Team turn their ideas and ambitions into reality.
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El aspecto principal del desarrollo de un producto no debe ser el trabajo de UX, es importante como otros tipos de trabajo como arquitectura, pruebas, etc.
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Popularized by Elon Musk, utilizing first principles thinking to solve problems in an innovative, creative, and less biased way has proven popular in the tech community.
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Many years ago, I questioned myself about what makes a software product successful and what makes it fail.
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In this episode of the Agile.FM podcast, Professional Scrum Trainer Joe Krebs chats with fellow Professional Scrum Trainer Yuval Yeret, co-author of the Scrum with Kanban Guide and course steward of the Professional Scrum with Kanban course with Scrum.org.
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How effectively are you maximizing value when dependencies tell you what to do first? Dependencies impact the core of the role of Product Owner.
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In this short Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma looks at ways to leverage Evidence-Based Management and Agile Measurement techniques to understand the business value being delivered by teams through the use of scoreboards. (3:28 Minutes)
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In this video, Professional Scrum Trainer Don McGreal shares how your attitude towards Scrum can hurt or build your success.
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Dave West, CEO & Product Owner for Scrum.org interviews Adam Warby, CEO at Avanade to learn more about Avanade's journey to become an agile enterprise. (5:16 Minutes)
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In my role as an Agile coach and Scrum trainer, I get the chance to talk to a lot of Scrum Masters and teams.
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I recently performed an organizational agile assessment and learned a great deal about how they served their customer’s technology needs. We investigated their technical practices, processes to develop and release, but also dug deep into how the people worked together from the people side of things....
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In this Scrum Pulse webinar, Kurt Bittner from Scrum.org and Ralph van Roosmalen from Management 3.0 discuss the challenges leaders face as they try to grow their agility, how they can help their organizations to improve, and tools and practices that can help them to help themselves and their teams.
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The Scrum Guide Reordered is based on about 90 percent of the text of the 2017 Scrum Guide, extending its original structure by adding additional categories.
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In this, our fourth podcast examining Agile Marketing, Dave West, Scrum.org and David Carmichael, Avanade discuss how to get a better insight into which team members need more visibility at each stage of the process.
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In this, our third podcast examining Agile Marketing, David Carmichael from Avanade and Dave West from Scrum.org, explore the benefits of establishing Product Owners and the value they bring with Simon Jones from SiriusDecisions.
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In the second in our series of podcasts examining Agile Marketing, David Carmichael of Avanade and Dave West of Scrum.org, the Home of Scrum, discuss the wider business benefits of embracing agility, supported by a Simon Jones from SiriusDecisions.
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In the first of a series of podcasts examining Agile Marketing, David Carmichael from Avanade and Dave West from Scrum.org, introduce the benefits of agility in marketing, along with Simon Jones SiriusDecisions.
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In this blog post, Dave West, CEO and Product Owner at Scrum.org, will explore the benefits of using Scrum for Marketing, dealing with pressures from every side of the business and using Scrum to address complexity.
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