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As a Scrum Master myself, I am excited to see the accountability of the Scrum Master clearly defined so that the company who hires me has a clear expectation about what I will do at their company.
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Durante l’evento “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer” edizione italiana del 26 maggio 2021, con Massimo Sarti e Aniello di Florio, certe domande non hanno ottenuto risposta.
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TL; DR: Essential Agile Failure Patterns — When Noise Interferes with Signal There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. When Scrum becomes an element of an agile transformation...
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This blog post discusses how the Circles of Improvement from the book by Stephen R. Covey: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, work in Scrum.
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Quand nous devons résoudre des problèmes complexes, nous avons besoin de liberté (de pensée, expérimenter, etc…) pour apprendre le plus rapidement possible. Actuellement, la manière la plus répandue de travailler est de contrôler les personnes, car c’est ce que nous avons appris à l’école et c’es...
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Organizations need to move fast and receive ongoing feedback from customers to drive sustainable innovation through continuous discovery and value delivery. But there is a problem — dependencies.
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To meet schedules, deliver valuable products, and exceed your stakeholder’s expectations, you need the ability to flex scope and offer an actual minimum marketable product.  You need to know how to break down your work to be forced by technology or business processes to deliver anything more than th...
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A recent piece in the Harvard Business Review entitled ‘Have We Taken Agile Too Far?’ (penned by two former Amazon execs) claimed that “many organisations are taking [Agile] too far and using it to avoid careful planning and preparation.”
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There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone.
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I had a leadership nightmare. It was as if most of the directors I have heard and met so far gathered and accompanied me….
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If you are looking to fill a position for a Product Owner in your organization, you may find the following 71 interview questions useful to identify the right candidate.
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, Professional Scrum Trainer Peter Gfader answers your technical questions about Scrum. (57:26 Minutes)
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Pourquoi me former à Scrum ? Dans cet article, plus que de trouver la réponse à cette question, j’ai préféré vous raconter mon histoire, je suis sûr que certains parmi vous s’y retrouveront !
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Hey hey hey. What's good this week awesome people? I hope you had a great week folks. On the last video we discussed what is a "product" according to Scrum Guide 2020. Understanding product is fundamental to having effective Scrum. Because Scrum is a framework for developing complex products, when w...
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¿Qué es la Definición de Done? La Guía Scrum 2020 define la «Definición de Done» como la descripción formal del estado del Incremento cuando cumple las medidas de calidad requeridas por el Producto. También dice que «en el momento que un Product Backlog Ítem cumple la Definición de Done, ha n...
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We’ve already discussed the importance of decentralised command and decision-making in an earlier blog, outlining how managers need to be able to train, mentor and teach their teams.
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When people form a Scrum Team they have to figure out how to become a real team, rather than a collection of individuals. The Scrum Team Charter Canvas is a helpful tool to facilitate Scrum Team formation.
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In this talk for Product Management Today, Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org, discusses the interesting, messy connection between work and value. He outlines how changes to the Scrum Guide have shone a spotlight on the challenge that many teams face when delivering more value.
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There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. One failure symptom of a botched agile transformation is the frustrated Scrum Master.
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Angesichts der Komplexität der vielen sozialen, wirtschaftlichen und ökologischen Herausforderungen der Menschheit, müssen wir Agilität neu definieren.
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Podcast
In questo episodio di Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, i Professional Scrum Trainer Aniello Di Florio, Fabio Panzavolta e Massimo Sarti risponderanno alle vostre domande più scottanti su Scrum e sulle sfide che i vostri team stanno vivendo. (60:40 Minutes)
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In my live training, I often ask students why we estimate. The answer I usually hear is some version of...“So we know how big something is and how long it will take.”  
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El Objetivo de Producto tiene una relación con los objetivos de negocio, la visión del producto y refleja el contexto y las oportunidades de mercado identificadas como potenciales para el producto.
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In this video series, Scrum.org has worked with Atlassian University to design a set of videos to help Scrum practitioners improve how they use Jira while practicing Professional Scrum. This series is ongoing and will continue to evolve and grow over time.
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Complaining is like releasing gas. It’s a natural occurrence. Everyone does it. But no one wants someone else to do it next to them. How to complain less and do more by Sahin Guvenilir.
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There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone.
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Hey hey hey. What's good this week awesome people? I hope you had a great week. As for me I had the opportunity to learn the complexity of being a Product Owner from two experts in product development, Kai Stevens and Sjoerd Kranendonk this week.
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In an agile context, we use metrics to set performance goals, measure current conditions, define small improvement experiments and measure the effectiveness of the experiments in order to inspect and adapt goals and determine the next steps.
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Me ha pasado varias veces cuando una organización me ha llamado para comentarme cómo conectar la estrategia con la entrega.
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Given the complexity and urgency of the world's many social, economic and environmental challenges, we need to redefine the meaning of agility.
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Whitepaper
Does the A in RPA stand for Agility? Sometimes yes, generally no. Is this a problem? Probably. In this joint whitepaper, from UiPath, Scrum.org and Ingo Philipp, we explore why agile delivery frameworks (e.g., Scrum,Nexus) can be essential for scaling robotic process automation (RPA) to turn traditi...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Planned vs Actual is a TERRIBLE Metric for Scrum Teams!
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TL; DR: The Developers Code Fallacy — They Should Talk to Customers, Too, Though There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum.
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En este webinar con PST Guillem Hernandez Sola, vamos a definir qué es EBM, sus conceptos y su aplicación. Wednesday May 19, 2021 10:00 AM EDT (14:00 UTC)
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People in organizations are often afraid of running experiments. I have observed that approximately 70% of people responsible and accountable for products are reluctant to validate their assumptions by experimenting. There are several reasons for this hesitancy. The most common is misunderstanding w...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: What is the Real Cost of Context Switching for a Scrum Team? Today's question explores the real cost of context switching for a Scrum Team.
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How to become a Scrum Master – 5 Simple Steps! So you read the blog about What is a Scrum Master and you’re ready to start your journey! Great job! The Scrum Master is probably one of the most famous Agile roles. And rightly so, because the Scrum Master pays a pivotal role in helping the team ...
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“Thanks for the feedback!” “I’ll put it on the backlog.” Or, the dreaded: “Let’s talk about that offline.”
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While many misinterpretations and misunderstandings have spread on the “what” and “how” of Agile, it is perhaps the “why” - the purpose of being Agile - that has become most lost.
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One of my customers is asking me about the accountabilities of a Product Owner and how they break down. While I had seen many things around the Scrum Master for my post on Hiring a Professional Scrum Master, this was a little bit more of a discovery session, which is why I asked some of my trusted c...
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Podcast
In this episode of the Agile to Agility Podcast, host Miljan Bajic and Dave West discuss Scrum.org, the agile paradigm shift, scaling, & mindset. (55:20 Minutes)
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Fake Scrum is around us everywhere we go. It's unavoidable. Just look on the internet lookup fake Scrum right now and you're going to find all kinds of interesting articles that describe Scrum in very weird ways. There are at least five ways you can tell if you've got fake Scrum going on.
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We spend a big part of our workday either participating in or facilitating workshops. In this blog post we will dive into a practice you can use to kick off workshops. A practice to set the tone, to spark impulse, to invite for change and forward momentum: Using videos to kick-start a crucial conver...
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Three Wide-Spread Stakeholder Failures There are plenty of Scrum stakeholder failures. Given that Scrum is a framework with a precise and concise yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone.
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One of my customers is hiring for the Scrum Master Role and asked if I had a handy-dandy Scrum Master Job Spec that they could use....
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This vlog talks about how stake holders can empower the PO.
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Podcast
Carolyn Mumby, David Nixon, and Kyle Richardson join Professional Scrum Trainer John Coleman to discuss the importance of agility within organizations and the need for widening its scope. (46:36 Minutes)
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The term organizational agility is everywhere these days, but what does it really mean? Can we even define it at all? Deepen your understanding of the manifesto and why it is essential to implementing healthy agile that delivers meaningful value. Since its genesis, the agile manifesto has been subje...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: When does UAT happen in Scrum? Today's question is all about User Acceptance Testing (UAT). UAT is an anti-pattern in Scrum.
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Join me and explore the reasons and the consequences of this Sprint anti-pattern in 109 seconds.
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