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The Daily Scrum is an important Inspect and Adapt event for a Scrum team. Yet the purpose is often ignored and swept under the carpet by a multitude of teams.
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This video is a presentation by Professional Scrum Trainer Roland Flemm from Agile Week Riga titled, Iterating Toward Professional Scrum. The 2019 Scrum Master Trends Report by Scrum.org and the State of Agile 2018 shows numbers that provide insight in the maturity of agile adoptions. (38:02 Minutes...
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By using an expert-less, community-driven approach, organizations are put in a position to thrive on complexity rather than being defeated by it.
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The traditional approach of RFI – RFP – Review – LOI is neither lean or agile. The Lean Agile Procurement approach reduces the sourcing cycle time to days, with collaborative clarification of the product with prospective partners while reducing the risk of a poor partner and company evaluation.
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Why run a Liberating Structures immersive workshop? Since the beginning of 2019, the Hands-on Agile meetup in Berlin has been exploring how to apply Liberating Structures to Scrum.
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A while ago I was brushing the teeth of my 3 year old son when I thought of something.
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I agree that forcing self-organizing teams to do something seems counterproductive.  However, even in that scenario, there are only a few hard and fast Scrum rules.
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High performing teams are the cornerstone for good Scrum. Reaching a high performant state requires time. In many cases, this time is not given to a team because the team composition changes frequently.
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This video is a presentation from Agile Week Riga titled, Iterating Toward Professional Scrum.
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Who wouldn't want to achieve awesomeness at work? Great Scrum Masters help make this a reality. The world is changing more rapidly than ever, bringing with it more unknowns than known. And without strong leaders to guide our teams through this time of complexity and uncertainty, we won't fare ver...
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In part 1 of this 3 part Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainers Bjorn Persson and Henrik Berglund discuss what it means to be a facilitator and gives some tips to improve your facilitation techniques.  (4:15 Minutes)
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In part 2 of this 3 part Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainers Bjorn Persson and Henrik Berglund discuss what it means to be a facilitator and gives some tips to improve your facilitation techniques.  (3:28 Minutes)
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In part 3 of this 3 part Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainers Bjorn Persson and Henrik Berglund discuss what it means to be a facilitator and gives some tips to improve your facilitation techniques.  (3:16 Minutes)
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Tolga Kombak answers Scrum questions from the audience.
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"You are not doing Scrum." How many times have you heard that? Scrum Police are a legion.
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This is a blog about leadership: leadership in Scrum Teams, communities, and businesses. It is also a blog about personal growth and offers a complimentary “action approach” to Scrum Masters, inspired by the book The Serving Leader.
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I recently started aggregating my notes, links, and references related to agile leadership to understand better what it — in the context of an agile transition — may look like.
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La velocidad es uno de los temas de Scrum más discutidos online y offline. Sólo hace falta acercarse a la comunidad de Scrum Masters en Facebook para comprobar como muchas de las cuestiones planteadas están en la linea de la velocidad de entrega de los equipos de desarrollo de Software.
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In this article we will investigate how an effective Product Backlog refinement can be conducted in Scrum.
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This is a common question in my Professional Scrum classes. The topic of combining Scrum roles often comes up early when we are still learning the basics of the Scrum framework.  It comes up because people are already wearing two hats or are being told that they will be.
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A few years ago I went to a training course given by Ralph Kimball, the “inventor” of the Data Warehouse. It was a great experience but one of the main learnings for me was something he said that applied to all teams not just Data Warehouse teams.
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If you can create a vision for your Scrum Team, and you find them all aligned in the right direction, your work has a reasonably good chance at success.
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Esta mañana estaba preparando una megamaleta para viajar durante las próximas semanas a Japón, México, Portugal y Alemania cuando me he encontrado el tuit que puedes leer más arriba.
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Have you ever wondered - what is the value of Success? This question is not easy to answer, and everyone will have a different answer.
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In many organisations I see Scrum not producing its anticipated value. The concept of value varies across organisations.
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Over the last year Steve Trapps and I have been chatting to people in the Agile community, in case you haven't seen it yet here is the output from our opportunity to grab Dave West the CEO and Product Owner for Scrum.org.
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Las organizaciones se enfrentan a clientes que piensan que pueden demandar lo que quieran, hay que darles lo que piden y todo se puede hacer con el nivel de presión adecuado.
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For executives and for change agents who deal with executives in large contexts ...
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Being agile means adapting to change. To limit negative performance impact of team changes, we need to apply the “adapting to change” concept to our team composition as well. This Whitepaper explores how to enable Scrum Teams to embrace these changes.
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Professional Scrum Trainer Yuval Yeret (@yuvalyeret) joined fellow Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss Scrum and Kanban sitting in a tree…along with the Professional Scrum with Kanban course from Scrum.org.
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Why not spend a part of your upcoming Sprint Retrospective to re-clarify the purpose of Scrum?
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DevOps es un área de mi interés desde hace varios años. En Diciembre de 2014, en la CAS de Barcelona, di una charla en Inglés sobre la experiencia haciendo que DevOps fuera uno de los pilares de la agilidad en la DVLA -Una suerte de DGT británica-.
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In this talk, Dave West, CEO and Product Owner, Scrum.org will look at the learnings from a joint study with McKinsey in terms of hiring, selecting and coaching people for agility, and the best characteristics you should be looking for. Dave will provide practical interview questions to support the ...
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El Sprint Backlog suele generar bastantes dudas en cuanto a su gestión. En ocasiones se convierte en un arma arromadiza que los stakeholders, el Product Owner o incluso el Scrum Master utilizan para controlar el equipo. ¿Es esta su función?
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TL; DR: Ideas on How to Improve Your Product Backlog Management Techniques Scrum is a simple, yet sufficient framework to build emerging products, provided you identify in advance what is worth building. But even after a successful product discovery phase, you may struggle to make the right thing...
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In this blog post, I’ll share examples of how I experienced a Developer Culture, being a Scrum Master working with Development Teams.
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As CEO and Product Owner for Scrum.org I get the amazing opportunity to visit lots of different companies. Recently I spent a week in Brazil visiting some amazing companies and talking about agility.
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El Nexus Daily Scrum es un evento del Framework Nexus de Scrum.org que sirve fundamentalmente para gestionar las dependencias entre varios equipos Scrum y analizar el impacto de las mismas. Este evento se usa cuando se escala Scrum y se realiza todos los días antes del Daily Scrum de cada equipo.
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La aceptación de los PBIs en Scrum es algo que suscita dudas en los equipos. En realidad es muy fácil.
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Scrum Masters, ask yourself - Are you a natural servant leader, or do you struggle to be the inspiring coach that creates high-performing teams? If you have a real desire to change and are ready for some tough self-reflection, this article may inspire you, and give you hope that you can influence ma...
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If technical debt is the plague of our industry, why isn’t the Scrum Guide addressing the question of who is responsibly dealing with it?
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Velocity, as a metric used by some Scrum teams, is rife with trouble. David's concise article highlights a common pitfall.
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Writing code is like finding your path through a dark forest. Behind each tree can lurk a monster, a treasure or a pit. Or there is no path at all.
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Scrum cumplió 21 años en 2016. Ya tiene edad legal para comprar alcohol en la mayoría de estados americanos. Y durante este tiempo ha crecido mucho. Con muchos cambios.
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A few months ago we looked at how teams can optimize flow across the Sprint boundary, a technique which is founded on their ability to make limited and sustainable commitments.
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Critical Uncertainties is a powerful Liberating Structure helping groups develop strategies for dealing with plausible yet unpredictable futures. Strategy-making is an essential part of successful software-/product delivery with Scrum. With Critical Uncertainties, teams have an interaction pattern a...
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We've all seen it. The Scrum Team that goes through the motions, implements all the mechanics of Scrum, and still when we look at what's going on it doesn't feel right.
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In this talk, Jeff Gothelf, the co-author of the book Lean UX, and Dave West, CEO and Product Owner of Scrum.org, discuss the challenges and benefits of bringing practices from lean UX to Scrum Teams. They answer questions about empirical learning, managing the backlog, understanding the customer an...
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In this short Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Peter Gfader talks about how testing can different in an agile environment. He walks through different stages, gives some basic recommendations. (4:33 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Pulse webinar, Kurt Bittner and Patricia Kong from Scrum.org introduce the Evidence-Based Management framework.
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