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This vlog talks about how stake holders can empower the PO.
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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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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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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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In this episode PST Russell Miller answers questions related to the accountabilities in Scrum, leadership, dependencies, cross-team collaboration and more! Learn how to create positive, productive team norms that lead to high morale and great customer outcomes!
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This episode of the Women in Agile Podcast is the final installment of the “Coaching Agile Teams” Mini-Series. Lyssa Adkins and host, Leslie Morse, explore the opportunity agile practitioners and agile coaches have to impact society on a global level. The episode has a balance of serious reflection ...
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Want to be ready for that tough Scrum Master interview? Here are 52 questions from the team at www.FractalSystems.co.uk that will help you really ace the upcoming interview and give you confidence during your Scrum Master interview.
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Are agile and Scrum the same thing? Learn about the difference from the team at www.FractalSystems.co.uk
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Contrary to popular belief, the Scrum Master success principles are tangible, when we guide the analysis with an outside perspective. Read on and discover four Scrum Master success principles: From when not to use Scrum to product quality to supporting the Product Owner to putting self-management...
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So in this week's vlog we will continue our discussion from last week's vlog and also about a subtle change in Scrum Guide which I think is quite powerful when done right in our organisation.
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Does an organization live in the present or in the past? The answer seems obvious: of course in the present! But what if organizations are living in the past? How that night be the case and what can bring the organization back to the present? Let's dive deeper into this questions.
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To put it simply, workplace politics centers on differences within employees at the workplace, differences in views and opinions, conflicts on various interests and perspectives, etc. Everything boils down to communications and relations in-between humans.
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This vlog with Robert Pieper talks about the importance of Sprint Goals.
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In this blog post, Dave West describes professionalism in Scrum and why it is so important in this crazy, ever-changing world.
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In this webinar, Anca Tanase and Ravi Verma recap their journey of scaling Professional Scrum across 21 teams using the Nexus framework. They share the key challenges they faced and the lessons they learned when scaling multiple Nexuses to form a Nexus+ of teams that were not only geographically dis...
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Join me and explore the reasons and the consequences of this Sprint Retrospective anti-pattern in 83 seconds...
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Mike Burrows brings his intellect and experience to the table on this week’s episode of the Xagility™ podcast. Have you read “Agendashift™” and thought “this is brilliant, I have to know more!”? I sure did! In fact, this is what inspired the making of this episode. Making this...
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This episode of Drunken PM Radio features an interview by David Prior with Scrum.org CEO Dave West on the Product Goal - what is it, how do I work with it.
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Nada Buhendi, former management consultant turned career coach, joins Women In Agile Podcast host Leslie Morse for a discussion where she shares her story and perspectives on career agility and what she sees impacting both job seekers and those looking to hire agile professionals. Nada does an excep...
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May 5, 2021 is German Overshoot Day, the day where we have used up our share of ecological resources that our planet can renew this year. We are now living and doing business on a deficit.
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Der 5. Mai 2021 ist der deutsche Erdüberlastungstag, an dem wir in unseren Anteil an ökologischen Ressourcen für dieses Jahr verbraucht haben. Für den Rest des Jahres nehmen wir beim Ökosystem Erde einen Kredit auf.
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Lately, the scope of the Scrum Master has touched the heights, and every other person wants to land their hands on this. No doubt the Scrum Master role is in the spotlight and has also been named one of the top 10 most promising careers.
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Mike Burrows brings his intellect and experience to the table on this episode of the Xagility™ podcast with PST John Coleman. (52:47 minutes)
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At a recent Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master II class, I asked the group to write down some learnings from the class that may help other Scrum Masters. One statement that came up has stuck in my mind ever since: “Don’t be a comfortable Scrum Master.” – Unknown Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master...
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Most people ask me a question: Hey Venkatesh, can you tell me that whether a person can simultaneously handle the responsibilities of a Scrum Master and a Product Owner at the same time?
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Agile frameworks such as Scrum have continued to gain traction because of their ability to vastly improve business outcomes and employee engagement. Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams, and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems.
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TL; DR: Three Wide-Spread Product Owner Failures There are plenty of Product Owner failures. Given that Scrum is a framework with a precise and concise yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. Explore with me three widespread examples of how Product Owners fail their team in...
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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 with the efficient and effective use of Scrum. Learn more from the team at www.FractalSystems.co.uk
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Después de llevar más de 10 años acompañando a organizaciones, tanto startups como empresas tradicionales, que quieren adoptar la agilidad a su manera de trabajar, hemos visto una gran variedad de enfoques a la hora de abordar la iniciativa y de contextos iniciales.
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The readers going through this piece more or less know the definition of a Scrum Master. Co-Creators Ken & Jeff, in their Scrum Guide 2020, having introduced exclusively the framework for Scrum, have put it as: “Scrum Masters are true leaders who serve the Scrum Team and the larger organisation.” Th...
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Since this question keeps on coming up and seeing how Product Owner is misunderstood as a new name for business analysts, in this video I elaborate on three things that Product Owners must own to succeed in fulfilling his or her accountability.
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The Professional Scrum Master I from Scrum.org is a challenging online assessment where you’ll answer 80 multiple choice questions within an hour.
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Scrum Teams do it all the time. It happens in Sprint Review, after Daily Scrum, in Sprint Planning, and as part of development. They discuss the upcoming work to gain a shared understanding...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How Does a Scrum Team Handle Carryover Work? Today's question is all about carryover work. You know, the work that didn't quite get to DONE by the end of the Sprint.
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Nexus helps expedite delivery of critical services to 58,000 senior citizens in need of social, health care and community services
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Podcast
This episode of the Women in Agile Podcast is another from the “Coaching Agile Teams” Mini-Series. Our Host, Leslie Morse is joined by Lyssa Adkins and special guest Molood Ceccarelli as they explore the dynamics of remote working and serving agile teams while not physically co-located.
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Pentacomp designs innovative IT solutions, maintains and services IT systems, and provides consultancy for companies in various industries. By carrying out strategic projects, the Pentacomp team has been supporting the largest organizations and firms in achieving success and gaining a market advanta...
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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. Turning the Sprint Review into a Sprint acceptance gate where stakeholders sign off features is unfortunately prominent and defies the i...
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Join Clayton Darrohn, Founder at Fishbat along with Professional Scrum Trainer Matthew Hodgson from Zen Ex Machina as they look at the lessons learned by introducing Scrum into their highly disruptive world of digital marketing. They look at why Fishbat started down this journey, the benefits that S...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Our Scrum Team is late! Should we add more people? Today's question asks whether or not a team running behind should add more people to try to get things completed faster. The answer is an emphatic "NO!". Check out the video to learn how adding people is a gr...
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Carolyn Mumby is a non-practising barrister specialising in employment law and HR. Carolyn takes a holistic view of legal rules, business strategy, human nature and common sense to provide commercially sound advice for hundreds of clients. David Nixon uses narrative processes rooted in classica...
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Les équipes et organisations qui utilisent le cadre agile Scrum espèrent toutes que les efforts porteront leurs fruits, et qu’elles seront bientôt sorties de tous leurs problèmes grâce à la magie de l’agilité. La première étape consiste généralement à appliquer un cadre de travail avec plus ou mo...
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In their book Agile Retrospectives, Esther Derby and Diana Larsen popularized the idea that a Sprint Retrospect comprises five stages. The second stage refers to gathering data so that the Scrum Team can have data-informed Retrospectives.
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Why the distinction between teacher and preacher matters, how you can recognize a Scrum preacher, and what we recommend instead
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Las organizaciones que he visitado estaban en un estado de waterfall estructural también conocido como manera de trabajar en cascada rígida. Están lejos de la mejor implementación de Agile.
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What's up awesome people? I hope you are enjoying your weekend. As some of you already know, in Scrum Guide 2020, one of the accountabilities in the Scrum Team is Developer. But have you asked yourself, where are the business analysts, or user experience designers, or system architects, or quality a...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Can the Scrum Team skip their Sprint Retrospective?
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Pia Maria Thoren joins John Coleman as his guest in the first episode of the Xagility™ podcast. Pia starts the episode by recalling her journey in agile and explains what fuelled the drive to write her first book: Agile People. John and Pia then embark on a deep, multifaceted, and simultaneous...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Can the Scrum Team skip their Sprint Retrospective?
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