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Overmanaging a Product Backlog can be wasteful. Product Backlog Items are no guarantee of value so details should be added with the minimum amount of detail to perform the work.
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In this video, we delve deep into the essence of Sprint Planning, shedding light on its pivotal role in Scrum. From understanding the Product Backlog to setting clear Sprint Goals, we explore how this process sets the tone for a successful Sprint and the importance of striking a balance between plan...
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Discover how effective leaders can nurture team autonomy and decision-making capabilities by transitioning from control to collaboration through a structured mentoring process. Learn the key steps to empower your team and foster a transparent system for delegation.
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Determining whether a Scrum Master is effective can be challenging, as their impact is often indirect and not always easy to measure quantitatively. In this article, we will explore key indicators that can help you evaluate the effectiveness of a Scrum Master.
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Podcast
In this conversation, Women in Agile podcast host Leslie Morse talks with Dr. Lynn Kelley, PhD about creating an environment ripe for change. (36:18 Minutes)
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This case study covers how Omega Software shifted from a Waterfall approach to Scrum by using Scrum in order to implement it.
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What should Scrum Teams do with defects that are discovered? Do they belong in the Product Backlog? Would a separate list of bugs and defects be better? What approach helps with the transparency of the work? Learn how to handle discovered defects effectively.
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Learn why ineffective collaboration at the stakeholder level often results in an unsuited reporting system based on misaligned metrics.
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In this video, Martin delves deep into the intricacies of consensus in product development, highlighting its importance and the challenges it can present. 🎥🤔
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Kennst du die Anatomie der Scrum Events? Dann wird dir die Moderation nicht schwerfallen. Die Anatomie im Detail erfährst du in diesem Artikel:
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In this video, Martin discusses the tell-tale signs of a Product Owner who might be missing the mark. 🚫🎯 From products of poor quality or low value to inconsistent delivery, these are indicators that shouldn't be ignored. If a product owner is merely jotting down requirements without truly understan...
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Product Owners: have you been thrown into the deep end of the product management pool without a clear direction? Are you wondering how you can possibly begin to bring order to the chaos you’ve inherited? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PST's Greg, Jason, and Robb explore some key ideas and techniques...
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Découvrez le quotidien d'un Scrum Master ! Le guide Scrum n'est pas prescriptif sur ses taches? Plongez au cœur d'une journée type et démystifiez ce rôle essentiel. Si vous vous demandez réellement ce que fait un Scrum Master ou si vous souhaitez mieux comprendre sa valeur, cette vidéo est pour vous...
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Sprint Retrospective? Check it out!
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West chats with Helen Swift from Simplyhealth, a health solutions provider about how they implemented using Professional Scrum with Kanban in their organization after the Professional Scrum with Kanban training course. They talk about the tran...
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A lot of Scrum Teams are struggling to get stakeholder engagement in their Sprint Reviews. Without the proper engagement from stakeholders, Product Owners run the risk of not properly adapting the Product Backlog. There are many different ways to spawn better stakeholder engagement. This article is ...
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Are you grappling with managing your Scrum Team's work? 🧐 We've got you covered! 💡 Our latest blog dives deep into the heart of Scrum Team operations. We help you demystify 🕵️‍♂️ two key aspects of Scrum: Sprint Work and Refinement. Discover how these tasks, though different, are two sides of the ...
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La mentalidad de proyecto y la mentalidad de producto son dos enfoques diferentes para el desarrollo de productos. Primero, la mentalidad de proyecto se centra en la entrega de un producto o servicio en un plazo y presupuesto determinados. Por otro lado, la mentalidad de producto, por su parte...
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In this video, we delve into the intricacies of Sprint Planning, highlighting common mistakes and offering insights on how to navigate them. From the importance of a well-understood product backlog to the perils of overcommitting, we explore the nuances that can make or break a Sprint.
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A Management Metric With Unintended Consequences! 💀
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Keine Idee, wie du die nächste Retrospektive gestalten sollst? Dann lies weiter:
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Una transformación ágil es un proceso complejo, desafiante con muchos problemas que algunas veces se estanca debido a líderes que no maduran en la adopción del empirismo y hacen el cambio para resolver problemas complejos a través de la entrega de valor en ciclos cortos. Los líderes permiten el crec...
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Incremental delivery - or delivering value frequently - is a core concept of Scrum and yet it is so often misunderstood. Some might argue that it's wasteful to not make a few additional small changes or updates when you're already deep in the code. However, this perception is often rooted in a misc...
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It’d sure be nice if all the Stakeholders for a Scrum Team all agreed with the Product Owner on the direction for the product wouldn’t it? Or would it? Sounds kind of boring to us! Fortunately of unfortunately, Product Owners often have to navigate the challenges of working with Stakeholders who all...
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This video explains Monte Carlo Simulation. Monte Carlo Simulations can be used to make probabilistic forecasts. This video explains how it can be used in the context of product delivery.
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Scrum is utilized in various industries, and as a result, leaders from diverse backgrounds are tasked with guiding Scrum Teams. While technical expertise can be an asset, it's not always a prerequisite for effective leadership in an Agile environment.
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In this video, I, Martin, delve deep into the pivotal role of a Scrum Master or Agile Coach in motivating a Scrum Team. 📈🤝 I emphasise the importance of empathy, connection, and understanding the essence of a team's purpose. 🎯
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Before going all-in on Agile, it's important to know the outcomes you want to achieve, the business value you want to create, and the leadership alignment you need to succeed.
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La transformation digitale, suite à la transformation numérique démarrée il y a plus de 20 ans, a bouleversé notre quotidien. Cette révolution a bien évidemment changé de dimension avec l'avènement de nouvelles plateformes digitales, le cloud, le big data, l'omnicanalité, l'évolution de l'expérience...
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Datasheet
Download this datasheet to learn more about the Professional Scrum Product Backlog Management Skills class. A4 version
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Does your Scrum Team find itself locked into destructive conflicts where each team member is convinced that their way is the only way, the best way and that everybody else who dares to disagree is crazy? Are you interested in shifting the dynamic from an "us vs. them" adversarial conflict to an "...
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​​​​​​​We often get caught up in the tools we use and feel like we need to get our money’s worth by using every feature. Instead of creating transparency, using every feature of a tool often degrades the transparency of the Product Backlog. Keeping things simple and using a method such as a naming c...
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Effective Sprint Planning is pivotal in Scrum. It hinges on ensuring the entire team grasps the Product Backlog, having a lucid product goal, and fostering a genuine team spirit. Without these, the path to building great products becomes muddled.
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A 4-step approach to help you decide whether you should spend your precious and limited time on planet earth to use Scrum, bash Scrum or just move on with your life and ignore Scrum.
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How much detail is enough? How much is too much? When it comes to Product Backlog Items, it can be challenging to find that “Goldilocks Point” of getting it “just right”. In this Lightning Round question, PST's Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Gregory Crown tackle this issue with some disagreemen...
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Il Podcast Scrum 🇮🇹 esiste per aiutare tutti coloro i quali vogliono imparare o migliorare la propria conoscenza di Scrum Professionale. In questo episodio, della serie "a domanda risposta", esploro quali sono le modalità per prendere decisioni in Scrum.
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Just finishing several Product Backlog Items, without any clear reason why, is not a usable goal. Then what is? Find out in this video!
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How the Agile Manifesto Was Created
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Hacer la Daily bien es uno de los retos más grandes que tienen las organizaciones que hacen Scrum. La Daily Scrum, a menudo la mal llamada “stand-up meeting” o “reunión diaria de pie”, es uno de los eventos clave en Scrum. Su objetivo principal es fomentar la comunicación, la colaboración y la...
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Podcast
In the first episode of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching series on the Women in Agile Podcast, guests Leslie Morse and Shane Hastie unpack the origins and purpose of the Code and together we introduce each section of the Code. (45:03 Minutes)
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In this video, Martin delves into the challenging decision-making process of whether to pivot or stay the course in a project. 🔄🛤️ He highlights the importance of balancing persistence with the recognition of when a change in direction might be more beneficial.
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Sprint Review? Check it out!
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Webcast
In diesem Scrum-Pulse-Webcast stellt Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Flossmann seine 5 bewerten Daily-Scrum-Formate vor und gibt dir Tipps und Tricks an die Hand, damit auch du diese erfolgreich einsetzen kannst. 
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, host Dave West continues his conversation with PST Gregory Fontaine about agile adoption in Japan. They dig into the challenges of agile adoption, the value of discipline in agile and Scrum, culture and more! (26:15)
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Scrum.org introduces Immersion Training, a unique alternative to traditional 2-day courses. It offers a flexible format with short sessions over weeks, promoting practical learning through real-world application and guided reflections for skill improvement. Immersion classes have the same learning o...
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Learning Series
Discover the learning objectives in the PSPBM course and explore some supporting learning resources.
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🍵 As I sip my morning cuppa, I find myself deep in thought about the state of organisational agility. 🔄 I've seen methodologies rise and fall, each promising to be the magic bullet for organisational woes.
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The Sprint backlog, a cornerstone of Scrum, offers teams a transparent view of their current work and progress. It's essential to differentiate between the Sprint goal and the Sprint Backlog, ensuring that teams set achievable goals while maintaining flexibility to adapt to changing needs.
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Wie du Workshops beendest, damit sie noch lange in Erinnerung bleiben
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