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Many organisations wrestle with the seeming incompatibility between agile and release management, and they struggle with release planning and predictable delivery.
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Many teams are struggling with delivering modern software because they are not building with Test First Principles. Test First gives us the assurance that we have built the correct thing, that what we built is what the customer asked for and that when we change things we don’t break anything inadver...
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There is no need to choose between Scrum and Kanban, but certain myths have led some to believe this is the case. It’s time to debunk them once and for all.
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En esta sesión, Jeff Gothelf, autor de best-sellers como Lean UX, Sense & Respond y Forever Employable, responde a preguntas sobre como integrar Scrum y UX (sesión en inglés).
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini takes viewers through the Sprint Backlog using text from the Scrum Guide to drive the conversation. Dominik mixes stories and examples throughout the discussion. (6:24 Minutes)
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Anyone responsible for managing business results is also keen to enhance those results by improving their business performance. Regardless of what strategies they use, managers are expected to regularly review and improve business processes. Not only to grow sales or expand margins, but as a conditi...
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This case study talks about the journey of Home Credit Indonesia and how they implemented Scrum, scaled it through its IT division and eventually enterprise-wide providing greater transparency and value delivery.
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As part of the Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini describes the Sprint Review and tips for how to organize and run a Sprint Review. He also provides details on way to engage stakeholders in the Sprint Review making it a true inspection and adaption event and not a...
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En esta sesión, Guillem Hernández, PST de Scrum.org responde a dudas sobre como hacer Scrum más atractivo para los desarrolladores.
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En esta sesión "pregunta a un experto", José Casal, Kanban Trainer y PST de Scrum.org con una larga experiencia, aclara aspectos como...
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Los Equipos Scrum son multifuncionales, es decir que los miembros aportan todas las competencias necesarias para crear valor en cada Sprint. Son autoorganizados y autogestionados.
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Don't fuss too much about your training routine. Whether it's strength training, yoga, resistance training, high intensity interval training, animal flow movement, walking or core work, your body doesn't care where you train ( terrace, garage, field track, 4 feet space in your living room etc.) or w...
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In this episode of the Agile Wire Podcast with Professional Scrum Trainers Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski, they discuss Evidence-Based Management with Patricia Kong.
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Which Role is right for me? One question I frequently get from my students which role should I pursue? Should I become a Product Owner or Scrum Master? While there is no binary answer, I tried to put some of my thoughts as a blog. I hope you will find this useful. If you, – enjoy creating...
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What is up awesome people? I hope you had an awesome holiday break. As you may have noticed, there have been several changes introduced in Scrum Guide 2020. Scrum no longer emphasizes roles but instead accountabilities...
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This blog addresses unanswered audience questions from the Scrum Pulse Webinar - A Cycle Time Journey: 164 to 8 Days in 6 Months.
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At a recent class, a new Scrum Master asked me for a simple example of a Definition of Done. This post captures my answer to them and I hope it will help simplify this concept for you.
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Just take a second to imagine a professional environment where every individual connects and donates their intellectual capacity to the fullest...
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The most recent evolution of the Evidence-Based Management Guide (EBM) introduced three kinds of goals...
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Liberating Structures has increased in popularity. In this blog, Professional Scrum Trainer Chee-Hong would like to share 13 out of the 33 (more will follow) microstructures of Liberating Structures that he often use in his Scrum class to trigger bottom-up discussions. Digitalised, completely fr...
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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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El Scrum Master es un líder servicial, un rol transformador, un rol de cambio. Su forma de actuar es indirecta, facilitando en todo momento la autogestión del Equipo Scrum para lograr el Objetivo del Producto.
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Value is such a subjective thing that we will often be wrong, and there is no way around that wrongness.
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Sempre recebo perguntas do tipo: O que é um Líder Ágil? Preciso me tornar um? O que ganho com isso? Resolvi então escrever esse artigo, para tentar ajudar a comunidade.
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As 2020 comes to an end, you are probably considering how to further your career as a Scrum Master or Product Owner in 2021.
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You certainly know that COVID-19 has caused a great deal of loss. We’ve lost lives and have had a tremendous shift in our daily behavior.
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"How do you get an inexperienced Product Owner to concentrate on the why's and the value delivered by a feature/requirement, rather than a list of what's e.g we must gather a,b,c... x,y,z info from our users"
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Find a series of dozens of articles, blogs, videos and more that dive into details about the 2020 release of the Scrum Guide including what has changed, how to address the changes and what it may mean for you and your teams.
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The Evidence-Based Management Guide describes not only a Strategic Goal but also an Intermediate Strategic Goal that is needed to evaluate and adapt your progress towards your intended visions of your product.
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La nueva guía de Scrum 2020 establece que el compromiso al desarrollar el Incremento de Producto es cumplir con los Criterios de Terminado.
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Together with my colleagues Uwe Schirmer and Kurt Bittner, I have compiled a book that contains many of our own stories and those we experienced while working with customers and students: The Professional Scrum Team. Maybe they provide value to you. 
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In this case study, you will learn how a major US Airline used the Nexus framework scaled across more than 10 teams in what is considered Nexus+ to kick start their agile transformation with globally distributed teams resulting in dramatically decreased time to market and ROI. The company featured i...
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Scrum has been around for a while, they say. The Scrum Guide holds the definition of Scrum, they say. The first, official version of the Scrum Guide was released in February 2010. So, how was Scrum defined before 2010 then? How did its definition evolve before and after 2010 and become the framework...
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Algunas veces se entendía que los ítems seleccionados del Product Backlog para el Sprint o las tareas eran el compromiso del Sprint.
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In this webinar, Leslie Morse and Professional Scrum Trainer Evelien Roos explore how hierarchy within agile coaching roles may impede your organizational agility, shine a light on how you may be inadvertently marginalizing key contributors in your organization, and provide inspiration for ways mult...
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For organizations in the midst of an agile transformation, the question “how do we know if/when we’re agile?” is pressing.
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If you have to make a career decision early next year, you will find the industry data the Scrum Master Trends Report 2019 contains still very helpful.
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This book is for anyone who works with Scrum Teams or wants to become more effective as a Scrum Team member or leader.
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Découvrez le Product Goal, nouveauté clé du Guide Scrum 2020, pour une clarté accrue et une meilleure orientation produit. #Scrum2020 #ProductGoal
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Estoy muy contento de que comentarios que he visto y recibido sobre la nueva Guía Scrum 2020.
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Ja. Dieser Artikel erklärt dir warum und was du dagegen unternehmen kannst. 
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In this episode of the Agile Wire podcast - Professional Scrum Trainers Jeff Bubolz, Jeff Maleski and Chad Beier discuss the Scrum Guide 2020 changes. 
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Atlassian has joined leaders in the industry to unpack story points and the evolution of agile estimation. Estimation using story points has become the most popular way for agile teams to rate the relative effort of work, instead of traditional time-based estimates. Check out this roundtable from le...
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It's totally okay that you spent, the weekend eating, drinking and making merry. That's what festivals are for. But don't undermine the power of jumping right back on track.
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How many calendar days does it take your teams to take a "Sprint Ready" item all the way to production deployment? How is your current cycle time impacting your Business? What would be possible for your Business if your cycle time was 8 calendar days? If you want to learn how to make this happen, pl...
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There are many resources available to college students to help them advance their knowledge and prepare for the job environment. But what about young adults who have limited access to resources and opportunities? Year Up is an organization committed to providing underserved young adults with equitab...
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In the 2020 Scrum Guide, Ken and Jeff augmented the idea of the Sprint Goal. The Sprint Goal is a commitment to ensure transparency and focus against progress during a Sprint.
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The Scrum Accountability Game is an interactive and fun game that you can play with others to reimagine the accountabilities in Scrum. Compatible with the new Scrum Guide 2020. Have fun! #scrumon
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According to the Scrum Guide, the purpose of the Daily Scrum “is to inspect progress toward the Sprint Goal” and “adapt the Sprint Backlog as necessary” and “it is held at the same time and place every working day of the Sprint.” So what is the best time to hold the event each day?
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TL;DR: The Scrum Product Owner in 58 Theses The following 58 Product Owner theses describe the PO role from a holistic product creation perspective. They cover the concept of the Product Owner role, product discovery, how to deal with external and internal stakeholders, product portfolio and p...
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