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One question that often arises in the context of Scrum is whether individuals can be part of more than one Scrum Team. While there is no explicit rule against this in Scrum, it's essential to explore the implications of such arrangements on productivity and adherence to Scrum values.
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We have seen many Scrum teams attempt to resolve challenges by giving up and moving to Kanban. However, the decision to switch from Scrum to Kanban typically arises not from Scrum shortcomings, but rather from challenges in its implementation. In this episode, Jeff and Mike explore misguided reasons...
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The Product Backlog is crucial for Scrum to be effective. But for many teams, Product Backlogs are bloated, confusing, and hard to navigate. This blog discusses the challenges of building a great Product Backlog and what Scrum Teams can do to fight the bloat.
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For agility to thrive, the culture of the organization must support the fundamental concepts of agility. The Scrum Values - Focus, Respect, Openness, Commitment, and Courage - create an environment where empiricism, self-management and continual improvement are more successful.
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Great product ownership has the potential to transform companies, making them almost invincible, even when economic skies are dark. But how does this happen? And what exactly makes a great Product Owner in these times of adversity? The secret sauce, I propose, boils down to three Vs: Vision, Value, ...
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Ten Reasons and Five Approaches on How To Overcome Them
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Wie kannst du das Daily Scrum verbessern? In diesem Beitrag erfährst du eine einfache Checkliste.
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Los equipos ágiles pueden utilizar una variedad de métricas para medir su desempeño y el progreso de su trabajo. Pero no solo eso, un equipo agile también debe ser consciente de que valor entrega y de cómo evoluciona la organización.
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) What is the role of a Scrum Product Owner? A Scrum Product Owner is responsible for defining and prioritizing the Product Backlog, ensuring the team delivers value to stakeholders, and maintaining alignment with the product vision. How can I improve my backlog pr...
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In Scrum, it is the expectation that the Product Owner makes the Product Backlog transparent. Making the Product Backlog transparent doesn’t just mean making it visible; it means making it easy to understand, to convey meaning, and to have it illustrate the ‘why’ behind the Product Owner’s decisions...
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As the world evolves, so does the essence of leadership. Traditional management, apt for defined problems, finds its counterpart in agile leadership, tailored for our world's intricate maze. Agile leadership champions creativity, self-managing teams, and environment creation, moving away from mere o...
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Daily Scrum? Check it out!
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In this video, PST Chuck Suscheck defines what an Increment is in Scrum and shares an analogy that helps further define and Increment and the Definition of Done. (4:28 Minutes)
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Scrum has an accountability called “Product Owner”, but you’ll also come across people with the title of “Product Manager”. Are they the same thing? Related to each other? Is one better than the other? PST'S Gregory Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robert Pieper shed some light on this confusing topic in...
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In this recording of a live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Ciprian Banica answers questions about the Scrum Master accountability, Product Ownership, measurement, how to improve your Sprint Retrospective and more!
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When we talk about desired stances of a Scrum Master - Change Agent is one of them and we emphasize that a Professional Scrum Master should be an effective Agent of Change. However, in my subjective point of view, we rarely mention the domain of Change Management explicitly and we do not emphasize t...
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Superare il concetto di ritardo con Scrum è possibile! In un mondo in cui le scadenze sono spesso un pilastro cruciale, l’approccio di Scrum può inizialmente suscitare dubbi e scetticismo. La flessibilità apparente delle funzionalità da sviluppare può sembrare controintuitiva, ma è proprio questa ca...
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In the world of product development, the language we use can profoundly shape our approach to work. 🗣️ One term that I believe has been misused to the point of causing more harm than good is "User Stories". 📚 In my latest blog post, I argue for a shift away from this term towards a more flexible and...
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Die Scrum Master Gehaltsumfrage 2024: Werden Sie fair bezahlt? — Eine anonyme Umfrage von der Community für die Community!
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Explore 8 red flags indicating incomplete Kanban adoption. Enhance your team's agility with Practicing Kanban
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Uma pergunta recorrente para quem está iniciando no Scrum: Por onde começar com o Scrum? Nesse artigo você verá sugestões de como começar com o Scrum - o que pode ser feito antes do primeiro Sprint, rodando o primeiro Sprint e o que fazer na sequência.
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Do you ever struggle to help the leaders in your organization see the benefits of agile thinking or using the Scrum framework? I will address this challenge as I answer the Scrum Lightning Round Question: “How can we influence high leadership levels into better implementation of Agile & Scrum method...
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In a world marked by constant change and complexity, effective facilitation has become a critical skill for individuals and organizations alike. Whether you're leading a Sprint Planning event, a brainstorming session, or a strategic planning workshop, the ability to guide conversations, foster inclu...
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The Product Owner is the bridge between corporate strategy and the Scrum Team. The Product Owner must balance the demands of users against the need to ensure that the product remains up to date from a technical perspective. This often means that the Product Owner may need to choose between developin...
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6 Advanced stances / perspectives a scrum product owner needs to understand in order to excel in Product Ownership & Management.
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Le Daily Scrum est un event essentiel qui permet aux développeurs de rester synchronisés et d'identifier rapidement les obstacles à leur progression. Dans cette vidéo, découvrez l'essentiel de ce qu'est le Daily Scrum, comment il fonctionne et pourquoi il est important pour les équipes scrum ou les ...
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Let Us Create Transparency: Are you fairly paid?
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Existen varios mitos o ideas erróneas sobre la agilidad de negocio que no son verdad. Aquí te presento algunos de estos mitos.
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By embracing experiential learning, quick application, and iterative growth, learners will gain the practical skills they need to affect positive change in their environments immediately.
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In my opinion, the section on the definition of workflow in the Kanban Guide is probably the most important section. If you don’t understand your definition of workflow, many other things don’t work that well in the Kanban Guide as a result. If you don’t get that part, it’ll be difficult to really m...
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Why I don’t care that much about the Scrum roles, events, and artifacts, and what I do care about instead.
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Sprint Planning? Check it out!
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, host Dave West chats with Professional Scrum Trainer Gregory about his Scrum journey and background, his experience with agile and Scrum in Japan, agile trends in Japan and more! (27:29 Minutes)
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A brief explanation of why limiting Work in Progress gets more value delivered.
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Agile is over 20 years old, and the Agile conference has been running since 2005. But are we seeing any changes? Has agile adoption stalled? This blog discusses enterprise adoption challenges and the environment necessary for Agile to succeed.
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🎯📝 Master the delicate balance of crafting a #ProductBacklog! 🚀 Our latest blog post guides you through the path of keeping it lean💡, but not too lean, anticipating the future🔭 without overcrowding. 🔄 Embrace the power of regular reflection meetings to turn surprises into golden insights! 🤔💼 Be the ...
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SAFe® ist heute das agile Framework der Wahl für viele große Organisationen. Wie kommt das? Erfahren Sie mehr über neun Gründe für diese Entwicklung.
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Someone asked us the question “How can we make Agile work with a long dependency chain?” With that as a somewhat-vague staring point, Jason Malmstadt and I explore ideas around Waterfall-Scrum Hybrid models, managing dependencies, and whether trying to combine these two ways of working even makes se...
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In this vlog, join your hosts Andreanna Marshall, a professional Scrum Trainer at scrum.org, and the fantastic Scrum Master, Scott, as they dive deep into the Sprint Retrospective and provide several facilitation techniques to improve the event.
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Scrum Masters are like great white sharks, if they stop swimming, they die. (Just metaphorically, thankfully.). Keep learning, Scrum Masters!
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Most people familiar with Scrum know that teams need to break User Stories or other types of work into small pieces that can be done in a sprint. But this can be done in many ways. Are there ways that are better than others? Should you break it down by task? By area of expertise or specialization? P...
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Going beyond autonomy, mastery & purpose. 10 intrinsic motivators that can help your team.
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Watermelon metrics - reported green but in reality totally red. We've all seen them. But can we prevent them?
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In this conversation on the Women in Agile podcast Stephanie Cully and host Emily Lint talk about the role of the Scrum Master. (36:57 Minutes)
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This episode focuses on way to avoid robotic Scrum and make the Daily Scrum come to life!
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“Administrative Overhead” is a phrase that strikes terror, anxiety, and boredom in the hearts of productive developers everywhere - including us at Responsive Advisors! In this Lightning Round Q&A session, PST'S Robert Pieper & Jason Malmstadt explore ways that Scrum can be used to lessen the amount...
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In this article, we will explore some complimentary practices which the Product Owner might use to as an input when deciding how to order the Product Backlog.
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Was sind Ideen-Sessions im Refinement, Sprint Reviews, Stakeholder-Meetings, Sprint Plannings und Sprint Retrospektiven wirklich? Es sind Entscheidungen. Mehr dazu in diesem Artikel!
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How come? Learn more about nine reasons for this development.
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