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This document provides and overview of the different Scrum.org certification assessments that are available. These Professional Scrum assessments come with the industry recognized Professional Scrum certification for those who pass.  
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Datasheet
This document provides an overview of the different Scrum.org training classes that are offered by our Professional Scrum Trainers around the world.
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Datasheet
Download this datasheet to learn more about the Professional Scrum Master (PSM) training class.
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Web Page
An overview of documents and books to help understand the role of the Product Owner organized by assessment categories.
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Web Page
An overview of documents and books to help understand the accountabilities of Developers on a Scrum Team working in the Software Delivery domain organized by assessment categories.
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Web Page
An overview of documents and books to help understand the role of the Product Owner organized by assessment categories.
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Web Page
Suggested reading for anyone who is taking the Professional Scrum with User Experience assessment or just looking to learn more about Professional Scrum with User Experience.
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Publication
An overview of documents and books to help understand Scrum, organized by assessment categories.
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Web Page
Suggested reading for anyone who is taking the Professional Scrum Master level I certification test or just looking to learn more about being a Scrum Master.
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Poster
In July 2016, the Scrum Values were added to The Scrum Guide.  These values include Courage, Focus, Commitment, Respect, and Openness. This poster provides a view of the Scrum Values with some descriptions to help you better understand them.
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Webcast
Listen to five of the most respected Scrum.org PSPO Trainers – Ralph Jocham, Mark Noneman, Erik Weber, Hiren Doshi, and Simon Reindl in our Scrum Pulse Lean Café on Product Ownership as they guide an enquiry through the mysteries of product ownership.
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Blog Post
Today I changed my Twitter and LinkedIn profile. I removed Agile Coach and replaced it with Scrum Master. 100% Scrum Master. Although it seems a small change, it raised quite some concern when I suggested the idea a couple of weeks ago... "You should stick with Agile Coach. As a freelancer, th...
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Blog Post
I’ve been working in software for a long time, and for most of that time I’ve been trying to find better ways of delivering working software. I’ve had the good fortune to start my career, in the early 1980’s, at the beginning of a real revolution in the way software was developed and delivered. For ...
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Video
This is a recording of Scrum.org CEO Dave West's presentation from Scrum Day Europe 2016 on The Future of Scrum. 90% of Agile teams are using Scrum. With over ½ a million people trained and certified. Scrum has become, for many the de-facto standard in Agile team organization. But what is next fo...
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Podcast
In this episode of AgileNEXT, Scrum.org team member and PST, Steve Porter joins Daniel Gullo and Stephen Forte to discuss his thoughts on his experiences as a consultant, ISV, and now being part of Scrum.org.
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Blog Post
If this post resonates with you, please consider spreading the message so we can educate and inspire others. I invite you to ‘Follow’ my professional journey through LinkedIn and Twitter. ~~~ I must confess that my Twitter knowledge and expertise is limited. I'm even skeptical of its va...
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Glossary
This glossary represents an overview of terms specific to software development teams using Scrum and agile software development techniques. To learn more about the Scrum framework, we highly recommend that you reference the Scrum Guide™ and the Scrum Glossary. A A/B Testing: extends the ide...
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Glossary
Glossary of Scrum Terms This glossary is meant to represent an overview of Scrum-related terms. Some of the mentioned terms are not mandatory in Scrum, but have been added because they are commonly used in Scrum. To learn more about the Scrum framework, to identify which of these terms are requir...
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Guide
The Agility Guide contains the definition of Evidence-Based Change, a publicly available framework for managing change to improve outcomes, reduce risk and optimize investment. Evidence-Based Change is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org.
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Whitepaper
In this paper, Professional Scrum Trainer Barry Overeem takes a look at how Business Intelligence (BI) projects can be seen as complex, where the amount of unknown requirements and technologies exceeds the known. Implementing Scrum with a BI-environment, with a focus on creating actionable insights,...
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Blog Post
If this post resonates with you, please consider spreading the message so we can educate and inspire the entire professional world together. I invite you to ‘Follow’ my professional journey through LinkedIn and Twitter. ~~~ The colorful wall posters are ubiquitous in organizations small...
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Podcast
Scrum.org CEO and Product Owner Dave West has come a long way from being a RUP Product Manager to where he is today.
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Video
Scrum.org CEO and Product Owner Dave West has come a long way from being a RUP Product Manager to where he is today. After realizing RUP wasn't helping developers or enabling them to build great software, Dave took a Scrum class where a light bulb went off. He saw that if you gave a team enough safe...
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Blog Post
What really makes a transformation of your organization successful? Which elements should be in place? Which complicated framework for scaling agile should I choose? I tend to feel disappointed when trying to think of the number of organizations which actually succeeded in such a transformation. We,...
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Blog Post
In this little blog I want to share a simple canvas that I use to kick-off agile adoption and answer the following questions: How to co-create an Agile adoption plan with clients? How to get started with an Agile adoption? How to ensure progress during the adoption? ...
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Blog Post
Today we re-structure our Professional Scrum Master assessment (PSM) and certification products changing the focus of PSM II and introducing PSM III. In this blog I wanted to describe why we have done this and what it means to software delivery professionals. First a bit of history… Ken Schwab...
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Blog Post
During the 5th edition of Scrum Day Europe, Laurens and I facilitated a workshop on how to “Add Visual Flavor to Your Organization Transformation with Videoscribe.” The theme of the conference, “The Next Iteration,” was all about the future of Scrum. We wanted to tie our workshop into the theme o...
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Blog Post
These days scaling Scrum is a hot topic. How can I use Scrum to deliver a big product with multiple teams? The most common approach I see at my customers is scaling Scrum by adding more Scrum teams with a Product Owner and Scrum Master per team. Scaling Scrum using Copy-Paste Sc...
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Whitepaper
In Scrum, Product Backlog refinement is an ongoing activity for a single team; however, it is not a mandatory event. As explained in the Nexus Guide, due to the added complexity of many teams working together on a single product, Refinement is an official and required event in the Nexus Framework. ...
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Blog Post
If you’ve learned Scrum and tried to implement it in any large organization you’ve likely run into a few issues. Getting dedicated people on your team is hard. Building cross-functional teams is really hard.
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Blog Post
This week, co-creators of Scrum, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, released a new version of the Scrum Guide. At first glance, just a small paragraph on Scrum Values is added. But this addition may offer a larger impact and be an extremely useful addition for Scrum Masters. So, today during the firs...
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Blog Post
As Agility in Mind launch our new training course designed to help distributed teams work effectively, we share our experiences on the reality of remote working, offshore development and virtual teams. Real life is about compromise Designing an effective IT product delivery capability is a ...
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Blog Post
Recently I came across a post by Mike Cohn “Incentives and Deterrents for Starting Daily Scrum on Time”, on Linkedin (originally posted here:). I read it once, then once again, since I thought I misunderstood the overall message. But looks like I read it right. I know many teams that use some...
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Webcast
Watch Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland as they discuss the changes to The Scrum Guide, why they have made these changes, and why the Scrum Values are so critical to success.
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Blog Post
Today Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, the creators of Scrum delivered a webinar on their latest update to the Scrum Guide.  The update was a simple one, adding the 5 values of Scrum to the Guide.
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Blog Post
The purpose of Scrum is to create a potentially shippable Increment by the end of a Sprint. This is so important that people now use many terms to describe this Scrum artifact. Working. Releasable. Done. Done done. However, many teams struggle to produce a done Increment. Without working soft...
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Blog Post
In my last post, I explained the pattern of the evolution of the Product Owner. This blog is about the evolution pattern of a Scrum Master. Do you want to know more about what it takes to be a good Scrum Master? Would you like to know how to grow in your role? Then you should probably keep read...
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Case Study
Telecommunication industry in Turkey is highly competitive and it emphasizes Time to Market (T2M) pressure. Therefore, inside the Vodafone TR IT, Agile transformation has started to shorten T2M and enhance quality in order to be able to provide competitive advantage to the business. Under this visio...
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Whitepaper
Professional Scrum Trainer Gunther Verheyen describes Evidence-Based Management and how to apply it to software organizations. He investigates how Scrum employs empiricism, systematic inspection and adaptation, to deal with the unpredictability typical to software development. The empirical process...
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Case Study
Professional Scrum Trainer Ahmet Akdag looks at his experiences working with one of the largest GSM operators in Middle East and East Europe region. With over 2000 employees, they provide innovative value added services to over 8 million customers and how Scrum helped.
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Case Study
Professional Scrum Trainer Cesario Ramos discusses his client Thales and how their Strategic vision of "Working together for a safer world" was achieved.
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Whitepaper
As described in this paper by Professional Scrum Trainer Gunther Verheyen, the ‘Scaled Professional Scrum’ framework, Nexus builds on the corner stones of Scrum, i.e. bottom-up knowledge creation, self-organization, empiricism. It is a foundational framework upon which a systematic, emergent, manage...
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Whitepaper
Professional Scrum Trainer Cesario Ramos discusses that although Scaling Scrum & Agile have become a very popular topic over the last ten years we are still getting started and addresses ways of doing so.
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Whitepaper
The Nexus framework was created by Ken Schwaber, co-creator of the Scrum framework, and was released by his organization, Scrum.org, along with a body of knowledge, the Nexus Guide, in 2015. This paper written by Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Bourk and Scrum.org Product Owner for Enterprise Solu...
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Webcast
Martin Hinshelwood discusses why tools don't solve problems, but they can help reduce the friction of Scaling Professional Scrum.
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Poster
Scrum is a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex software projects. The Scrum Framework poster provides a graphical view of how Scrum is implemented at a team level within an organization. The Framework is based off of The Scrum Guide which Scrum co-creators Ken Schwaber and...
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Podcast
In this episode of AgileNext, Professional Scrum Trainer Richard Hundhausen discusses examples of where he has seen Agile and Scrum succeed and fail. Richard also goes into details about Scaling Scrum with Nexus.
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Blog Post
What is a good Product Owner and am I the right person to fill in this role? If you have ever struggled with this question, you should probably keep reading. The advantage of being a trainer and a consultant at the same time is that you get the chance to meet a lot of Product Owners. I hear the ...
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Podcast
In this podcast, Ryan Ripley and Dave West, Scrum.org CEO got together at the Path to Agility Conference to discuss the future of Scrum.
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Podcast
In this podcast, Ken Schwaber provides his thoughts on comparing bad agile versus good agile. He considers velocity versus value. He talks about managing agile teams.
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