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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Where Does Quality Assurance (QA) Fit on a Scrum Team?
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This talk with Professional Scrum Trainers Matthew Hodgson and Mia Horrigan will give you a playbook to measure agility.
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I need your advice to solve a personal problem... I am doing "annual strategic planning" ;) for 2021-2022 and one of the "projects" is to throw a big party. Of course, I would only do this once we have a handle on COVID and can gather safely. There is only one problem - no one comes to my parties...
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In this vlog, Joshua Partogi shares insight on how to create the Product Goal.
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In this episode of the Agile Wire, Professional Scrum Trainer Julia Wester joins fellow PSTs Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski to discuss a variety of topics including Flow efficiency and Flow debt.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Should a Scrum Team Have Multiple Sprint Goals? Today's question is about how a Scrum Team should handle multiple sprint goals. Todd and Ryan break down their past experiences with teams who insist on having multiple sprint goals and the issues that come with ...
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One continuing problem we see with many of today’s business leaders is that they rarely adopt Agile at the leadership level. It’s not that they are resistant to the idea of creating an Agile organisation. Most understand the value of agility at the level of the project/delivery teams, but all too of...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Should a Scrum Team Estimate Bugs and Defects? Today's question is about how a Scrum Team should handle bugs and defects.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How does a Scrum Team Use a Project Status Report? Today's question is about how a Scrum Team should handle a request for a project status report. Todd and Ryan break down their past experiences handling this situation and what we can do use a status report as...
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Un Increment est une première étape concrète vers le Product Goal, il s'agit de la dernière version du produit. Il est utilisable et potentiellement publiable en production.
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Le Sprint Backlog est composé du Sprint Goal (le pourquoi faire), de l'ensemble des éléments du Product Backlog choisis pour le Sprint (le quoi faire), ainsi que d'un plan d'action pour la réalisation de l'Increment (le comment faire).
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A few weeks ago, Scrum.org hosted a webinar on Product Backlog anti-patterns, which left several questions unanswered as we ran out of time. In this blog post, Stefan Wolpers answers those questions.
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In this post, I will explain the difference between creative and reactive modes of operating, offer some examples of how this shows up in our teams and beyond, as well as some tips for cultivating your ability to stay creative.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Does the Scrum Master attend the Daily Scrum?
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Why isn't product backlog refinement a Scrum Event? Today's question is about Product Backlog Refinement and why it isn't an official Scrum Event. Refinement is a great product management practice for a Product Owner to use to help the Scrum Team gain an under...
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In dieser Episode von “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer”, beantworten die Professional Scrum Trainer Boris Steiner und Glenn Lamming Fragen über Scrum und die täglichen Herausforderungen Eurer Teams. Wir freuen uns auf einen Austausch mit Euch und hoffen, dass Ihr Coaching-Fragen zu schätzen wisst, ...
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J'adore les jeux de société. Quand j'étais enfant, le choix était un peu limité autour de Monopoly, Scrabble, la Bonne Paie, la Bataille Navale.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: What does a Scrum Master do all day?
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Who is responsible for release planning on a Scrum Team? Today's question is about release planning on a Scrum Team. When it comes to deciding when to release, the Product Owner has a lot of input.
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After many years of relative stability, a world leading secure communications company found itself struggling with sudden and huge changes in their market. In no more than a few years, competition increased tremendously along with the emergence of new technologies. Having been a dominant player for ...
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In this episode of the Agile Wire Podcast, PST Jo Geske joins PSTs Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski to talk about what holds people and teams back, spikes, multitasking and more. (1:13:56 hours)
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Today is International Women’s Day! In the spirit of this year’s theme, #ChooseToChallenge, I would like to highlight an initiative between two women who came together with the common goal of elevating women in their respective communities and learning from each other in the process.
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Join Leslie Morse, Product Owner of Professional Development Solutions at Scrum.org in celebrating Interational Women's Day. She issues two #ChooseToChallenge callings to the Agile industry. First, to seek out opportunities every day to find someone around you to share your glow with. Second, to fin...
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Peer Recruiting is the new hiring: Shortly, all creative, technology-based organizations will need to abandon the command & control structures that served the industrial world of the 20th century so well. Instead, they will reorganize themselves around autonomous teams to deal with the complexity an...
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I am sure you must have come across funny mirrors in theme parks or fun carnivals which makes you see a ludicrous version of yourself, maybe a heavier or lighter version.
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If you’re reading this, you likely want to be a successful Scrum Master. Watch this video to learn four ideas to do just that.
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In the Peoples And Teams section of the Professional Scrum Master course, we discuss the impact of Task Switching. We discuss that task switching destroys efficiency and quality. Using the work of Gerald Weinberg's book, Quality Software Management: Systems Thinking, the course shows that if so...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How does a Scrum Master protect a Scrum Team? Today's question is from a viewer who wants to know how a Scrum Master protects a Scrum Team. There is a common theme in many Scrum shops that involves the Scrum Master acting as a shield or protector for the Scrum...
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A real life Agile transformation story! You can download the free eBook!
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: What is the Definition of Ready in Scrum? Today's question asks us to take a look at how to know when a Product Backlog Item is "ready".
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Let's explore lessons from three of my success stories and two failures so you don't make the mistakes I made.
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This is a story about a Scrum Team using Scrum to develop a product, learning early and often how to optimize the value of the product ...
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Why perfect is the enemy of good - using lean change to apply agile in context
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How Does A Scrum Team Build Trust?
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Sometimes the challenging Sprints help us appreciate the great ones!
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You will fall down on the floor if you lost your balance, or any effect from the outside moves your body away from the center of your balance axis. How to avoid that? You need to know where is the point of your balance and how to keep it.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How Do You Facilitate the Daily Scrum without the 3 Questions? Today's question is from Jodie who wants to know about alternatives to the 3 questions when facilitating the Daily Scrum. We are always happy to take questions about the Scrum Events. Todd and Ryan...
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Recently, I have been discussing some reasons why Agile Transformation may fail or go slowly. In this blog, I am presenting some success factors that might help your organization move toward Agility.
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The audiobook of the Scrum Guide 2020 is a 22-minute long MP3 file. We are planning to make it available on other platforms, too.
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In the previous article, Agile Transformation – Success Factors part 1, there was a strong focus on key levels that should be taken first into consideration. That was a high level overview.
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In this episode of the With Great People podcast with Richard Kasperowski, Richard interviews Patricia Kong. (27:14 Minutes)
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Have you been wondering how you can measure the impact of your Scrum Masters? And how these Scrum Masters or Agile coaches can really help with the bottom-line result?
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In this blog post, Joshua Partogi talks about the meaning of true leadership of the Scrum Master.
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Use the do-it-yourself workshops to improve how your Scrum Team uses Product- and Sprint Goals.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Where Does a Business Analyst Fit on a Scrum Team? We get this question pretty often, especially when speaking at conferences: I'm a business analyst at a company that just adopted Scrum, am I now out of a job? The quick answer is: Of course not, but there are...
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Scrum is hard. To be more specific, learning Scrum is easy, using Scrum to develop complex products is hard.
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This post will explain how the Product Owner can leverage the Product Goal to improve the engagement with stakeholders during product development because it provides context on why the Scrum Team is doing the work.
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En Scrum la planificación no es una etapa o un evento único, es una actividad continua durante todo el Sprint. La Adaptación continua no es sinónimo de desorden o improvisación.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Help! The Product Owner and Developers Don't Get Along! Today's question is a tricky one.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: What is the Benefit of Having a Sprint Goal?
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