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Today I got a call from a customer who is trying to understand what's going on in their teams and is getting lost among the many different Features and Product Backlog Items on their boards.
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Podcast
In this Professional Scrum Trainer episode Guest host PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans interviews Yuval Yeret, a seasoned professional Scrum trainer from Scrum.org and a SAFe fellow. We delve into Yeret's comprehensive journey into the world of Scrum, exploring the various facets that have shap...
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, Host Leslie Morse and guests Kerri Sutley and John Barratt unpack section 9 of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching;  Responsibility to the Profession. They uncover the thinking behind the section, its inclusion in the Code of Ethics and its a...
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Podcast
In this PST Spotlight episode, Stas Pavlov joins guest host and fellow PST Ryan Ripley for a deep dive into his Scrum journey. (11:58 Minutes)
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Blog Post
Estimation is a complementary practice Scrum Teams use in Product Development. The purpose of estimation is to provide a rough idea of how much effort, time, and budget are needed to complete specific features or PBI- Product Backlog Item of the product.
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To help a team foster visionary thinking, promote proactive problem solving and align on desired outcomes for a product, teams can use a technique known as the Future Press Release. (Also known as Newspaper Headline or Cover Story.) This technique encourages participants to envision a future where t...
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Blog Post
This is part 2 of a video in which I elaborated on a couple of words that are widely used in the Scrum world but are not part of Scrum. In this video, I will talk about Prioritization, Standup, Velocity, and Demo.
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Si quieres saber las mejores estrategias para destruir Agile en tu organización, este post del PST Jerónimo Palacios describe las cinco mejores.
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Successful teams deal with complexity by embracing it as an opportunity for growth. They prioritise based on customer value, inspect and adapt continuously to overcome challenges in product development.
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Explore how transitioning from a Project Manager to a Scrum Master redefines success through a relentless focus on value over outputs.
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Podcast
Are you fascinated by the ever-evolving world of agile practices and how technology shapes our approach to work? Neil Hughes from the Tech Talks Daily Podcast sits down with Dave West, the esteemed CEO of Scrum.org, for an enlightening conversation on agile methodologies’ past, present, and future.
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast TD Bank executive leaders share how unconscious bias may be shaping your workplace and the products being built today. They tackle some hard truths as to how unconscious bias shows up in all different spaces in our lives while we take our experiences wit...
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Poster
Product Ownership requires a distinct set of capabilities and skills. These skills and capabilities are described here. Please note that we are describing Product Ownership here, meaning it does not tie into any specific person, role, function or accountability. This illustrates poster describes wha...
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Before changing their way of working, organizations should know first what business outcomes they want to achieve - which will be unique to each organization. Discover why focusing on Agile practices alone could lead you astray from the ultimate goal: achieving tangible and strategic business succes...
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In this video, Martin delves into the essence of Agile, moving beyond rituals to a philosophy of innovative product development 🚀. From Daily Scrums to sprint reviews, he explores how these practices, while important, are not the core of Agile's philosophy. 🤔💡
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In diesem Artikel stellt PST Simon Flossmann 4 Ideen aus Kanban vor, die Scrum Teams helfen effizienter zu arbeiten.
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A Tool for Creating Real Change with Michael Lloyd at the 58. Hands-on Agile Meetup
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Listen to the Kanban Guide for Scrum Teams in full - Narrated by one of its co-authors (Yuval Yeret - aka me)
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video featuring Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf, he discusses the intersection of project management, Lean principles, and Agile practices. (3:00 Minutes)
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf explains the concept of "Optimizing the Whole" in relation to lead product development. (6:25 Minutes)
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video featuring Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf, he introduces the integral role of lean thinking in Scrum. (2:48 Minutes)
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Blog Post
Después de casi dos décadas desde el inicio del movimiento, ¿agile sigue siendo la clave para abordar los desafíos que enfrentan las organizaciones hoy en día? Esto es lo que Guillem Hernandez Sola discute en su artículo siguiente.
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Daily Scrum? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (57)
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Lindsay Velecina from Scrum.org jumps in as guest host with guests Sabrina Love, Product Owner of Courseware at Scrum.org and Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma. They talk about the different ways people learn and some of the science behind it. ...
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Have your clients internally or externally asked how we can know our Scrum Teams are effective? Here are some ways I have helped my clients to communicate this to their managers.
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Scrum.orgのプロフェッショナルスクラムトレーナー(Professional Scrum Trainer・PST)をしております、グレゴリー・フォンテーヌと申します。スクラムチームは自己管理型組織です。つまり、多くの決定を自分たちで行います。対照的に、従来型のチームでは、ほとんどの意思決定は特定の人(通常、マネージャー、アーキテクトなど)によって行われます。自己管理型組織の利点は多くあります。しかし、意思決定のスピードはどうでしょうか?私は以前、意思決定のスピードも自己管理型チームが従来のマネージャー主導のチームよりも優れている点だと考えていました。しかし、チームと仕事をすればするほど、...
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In this video, Martin discusses the relationship between agile transformation, cultural transformation, and the system within an organisation. 🤔
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Assumir o papel de Scrum Master (SM) numa nova equipa e preparar-se para a primeira Sprint envolve desafios que não estão no Guia Scrum e nem nos livros. Este texto aborda tais desafios e apresenta estratégias para aumentar as chances de um início eficaz na sua jornada Agile.
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No framework Scrum, o Product Goal surge como um elemento central, ainda que frequentemente subutilizado. Este conceito atua como um farol a guiar a equipa Scrum numa jornada onde o foco primordial é a entrega contínua de valor. Através de entregas regulares e iterativas do produto, o Product Goal e...
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Blog Post
En este artículo del PST Jerónimo Palacios, explica como los Product Owners pueden utilizar inteligencia artificial generativa como ChatGPT para multiplicar su productividad.
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Blog Post
In questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta analizza i cinque livelli di feedback in Scrum, essenziali per ottenere una valutazione qualitativa del lavoro svolto durante lo Sprint. L'autore invita i team Scrum ad identificare il livello attuale di feedback e a lavorare per avanzare verso livelli più effica...
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There are good and great Product Owners. Sometimes, the distance from good to great is the hardest part of the journey. If you want your Product Owner to be more effective, show them this.
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In diesem Artikel teilt PST Simon Flossmann 3 Kriterien, die Scrum Master beachten sollten, wenn sie die richtigen Probleme wollen:
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In this video, Martin discusses the importance of continuously evaluating the direction of your project, product, or organisation. 🔍
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Working agreements stand as the backbone of collective success. They provide a foundation for self-management and consensus on how to engage, which is crucial for navigating complexity.
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The DoD and the acceptance criteria are two fundamental concepts in product development. While DoD is part of Scrum, Acceptance Criteria is an additional practice.
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This post highlights the shift from traditional stakeholder engagement to continuous, collaborative involvement in Scrum.
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Blog Post
En este post, el PST Alex Ballarin te explicará como la inteligencia artificial (#IA) puede ayudarte a crear mejores estrategias identificando a los usuarios y sus necesidades, las posibles funcionalidades, los indicadores holísticos del producto, así como también procesando los datos para sacar con...
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Each of the five events in Scrum is time boxed. This means that every Scrum event has a maximum (but not a minimum) amount of time the Scrum Team will spend on the event every Sprint. By limiting the time spent in each Event, the Scrum framework pushes Scrum teams to maximize the quality of their ti...
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In this video, Martin discusses the importance of adaptation for businesses in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing market. 🌎
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Four steps of proactive research to identify suitable employers or clients for getting hired as a Scrum Master and avoid disappointment later.
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In diesem Artikel gibt PST Simon Flossmann Einblicke, wie er in Meetings und Workshops Konflikte frühzeitig entschärft und Differenzen überwindet.
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This article highlights the importance of stakeholder feedback during Sprint Reviews. It also delves into the transformative potential of incorporating Sprint Review Feedback Forms. It highlights how these forms serve as a vital tool for capturing comprehensive, structured, and actionable insights f...
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En el dinámico mundo del desarrollo, la microgestión ha sido una constante preocupación. Esta semana, Guillem Hernandez Sola se sumerge en una reflexión provocativa: ¿Es Agile realmente una herramienta de microgestión?
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Learning Series
Product Ownership requires a distinct set of capabilities and skills. These skills and capabilities are described here. Please note that we are describing Product Ownership here, meaning it does not tie into any specific person, role, function or accountability. This learning series illustrates what needs to be done from the Product Ownership perspective when developing products. The Scrum framework describes a Product Owner as a set of accountabilities that a person can take up. In which ca...
Blog Post
In this video, Martin explores the nuanced philosophy of Scrum leadership. 🧭 He delves into how Scrum Masters can effectively lead without traditional authority, focusing on influence, respect, and skill to drive team success. 🚀
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Blog Post
Descubre cuales son los mitos y falacias más comunes de Scrum en este post del PST Jerónimo Palacios
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to Sprint Planning? Check it out!
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My thoughts on the recent ‘Agile is Death’ claims
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Product Backlog refinement is the act of breaking down work. Further defining Product Backlog Items into smaller and more clear items can improve the Team's focus, flow of work, and the Product Backlog ordering.
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