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In this second Scrum.org Community Podcast, Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers Ralph Jocham and Dominik Maximini discuss their what it has meant for them as trainers to move to a new way of teaching their students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (6:11 Minutes)
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The urgency of having the right type of conversation, especially today in a remote setting, has significantly increased overnight. This blog provides a perspective on a particular type of conversation and my own “personal experiences”  that show we need them more than ever.
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This study explores how to measure the impact of organizations’ enterprise-wide agile transformation and offers a framework for understanding the potential. The findings are based on outcome data from more than 20 companies across six sectors.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham describes how Burndown Charts can be used in release planning and predictions. (4:10 Minutes)
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See Robert (Robb) Pieper from Responsive Advisors give his talk "Your Agile Team Needs a Therapist" to an awesome group at Music City Agile 2017 in Nashville, TN.
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Podcast
In this episode of the Agile Wire, Professional Scrum Trainers Jeff Bubolz and Jeff Maleski chat with Dave Dame about the adapting times we are facing amidst the Covid-19 crisis including tips for adapting, leadership challenges and virtual work.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham describes Burndown Charts and focuses on the work within a Sprint. Ralph discusses how and why they are used and provides guidance on ways to leverage them in your teams. (4:37 Minutes)
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Blog Post
This follow-up post now delves into virtual Liberating Structures, answering the question of how we can make use of the powerful toolbox of inclusive and collaborative practices in a remote setting.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini provides a set of analogies to help understand ways of estimating work against each other and independent of each other, the reasoning behind his thinking and tips for success. (4:48)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini describes the time-box for each of the Scrum Events and gives some recommendations on how the timing may change based on Sprint length. (3:18 Minutes)
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Blog Post
Trying to make virtual meetings work with your team? We've made many mistakes in our virtual meetings over the years. In this post, we share our ten most helpful tips for having engaging and productive meetings online.
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Completing an Agile Coaching certification doesn’t make you an Agile Coach. So where do you start and how do you chart your own journey?
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Let's talk about behavior leaders need to exhibit in these difficult times.
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini provides a short overview of each of the Scrum Events, describing their use, value and expected timing. (3:10 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini provides a short overview of each of the Artifacts in Scrum, describing their use, value and the roles who are responsible for managing and using them. (4:06 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Steven Deneir provides insights into how many Product Backlog Items should exist at a time in your Product Backlog, practices for refinement and how often to refine. (5:03 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma uses some analogies and stories of how to deal with difficulties when working with distributed Scrum Teams. Ravi discusses why connecting with people on the team is so valuable and suggestions on how to connect with them. (9:22 Minute...
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Blog Post
On November 22nd, 2019, I gave the closing keynote at Scrum Deutschland, a talk called ‘The Four Things You Do To Prevent Value Delivery.’
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In my daily life as a Scrum Master, I witness many crazy situations. I want to share my discoveries via this comic series featuring Koos Coach, the silly Scrum Master struggling to understand and master Scrum. Pure Perfection Making your retrospectives as short as possible is not a good id...
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Interesting times have come. Due to danger of coronavirus spread many organizations decided to switch to the remote work model. Besides the influence on Scrum implementation, this might be a new situation for you personally.
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Agile has always been about colocation, about direct communication, physical boards, and all the other haptic and analog moments to create value in the digital realm...
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The Old Farmer’s Almanac is the oldest continuously published periodical in North America. It was first published in 1792 by Robert B. Thomas who wanted an almanac “to be useful with a pleasant degree of humor. Many long-time Almanac followers claim that its forecasts are 80% to 85% accurate. 
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The article explores the primary causes of zombified interaction between Scrum Teams and stakeholders.
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in today's vlog I am sharing with you how to use Scrum with Kanban.
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One of the topics that often is unclear when starting with Scrum. You can teach ‘what’ it is. Sometimes it helps to point north to ‘why’ we do refinement. Good facilitation skills definitely help during refinement as well as a toolbox of structures and techniques will help with the ‘how’.
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Even if you don't know what the Scrum Framework is all about, or even if software development (and for that matter, any kind of product development) or delivery is not your area of work and have stumbled upon this blogpost while doing your research on COVID-19, I urge you to read on. 
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What is a Product Owner? What are the differences between a Product Owner and Project Manager? Isn’t a Product Owner some kind of an Agile Project Manager? These are some of the questions we often get from people in our Scrum.org classes.
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After covering the Scrum Master and the Product Owner, this article addresses Development Team anti-patterns, covering all Scrum Events as well as the Product Backlog artifact. Learn more about what to look out for if you want to support your fellow teammates.
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The Sprint Goal is mentioned numerous times in the Scrum Guide, however it can be over looked by many teams or seen as an "oh yeah" moment when teams are finishing Sprint Planning.
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Scrum is a simple framework that can quickly come apart if even one part of the framework is not being properly implemented. As a Professional Scrum Trainer for almost ten years and founder of Responsive Advisors...
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The Scrum Team gathers around their team desk to hold the Daily Scrum.
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In this article, we shall investigate why the learning and development of multi-functional specialists in Scrum is the core of organizational Agility and value optimization. Many Development Teams are not collaborating as real teams, but as a collection of narrow specialists focused on "their" tasks...
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Research suggests that reaching true mastery of a field requires 10,000 hours of deliberate practice. What exactly is needed to grow passion and perseverance to endure such an effort?
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Not all Agile Training Courses are created equal and some are more effective then others. So what's the difference that makes the difference? And how can we get more from our training?
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Este video refleja como un estudiante del Professional Scrum Master de Scrum.org es capaz de usar Scrum fuera de un contexto de software.
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In this blog post, we explain the Liberating Structure ‘Simple Ethnography’. We clarify its purpose, the steps to facilitate it, our findings, and examples of using it with Scrum.
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It really created the situation where we were able to have really honest conversations that have been suppressed before.
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As a seasoned Scrum Master, you’ve probably already read every good book there is about Scrum. As you look to broaden your knowledge you may now find yourself craving something different.
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Webcast
In this Scrum Pulse webinar taking place around International Women's Day 2020, we featured a female panel of entrepreneurs in the Agile coaching and consulting space.
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Podcast
In this episode of the Agile Coaches’ Corner podcast, your hosts, Dan Neumann and Sam Falco, explore the Nexus Framework. Joining them are Kurt Bittner and Patricia Kong of Scrum.org. (48:20 Minutes)
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Blog Post
The emergence of the Kanban Guide for Scrum teams has given new metrics and practices to Development Teams on how they can augment their Sprint Backlog to manage their work.
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Metaphors are a very useful way of explaining a concept to somebody. During the Professional Scrum Training (PSM), empirical process control, which is the foundation for Scrum, is explained by the metaphor of a thermostat.
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A question that frequently comes up in my Scrum Training courses is how to define a product.
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Learn how individual incentives and outdated organizational structures — fostering personal agendas and local optimization efforts — manifest themselves in Scrum stakeholder anti-patterns which easily can impede any agile transition.
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This Vlog looks at the topic of Emergence from its definition as a word and application in the natural environment. Emergence in Scrum is a key principle to delivery.
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Continuing to grow your skills is vital in a field where technologies, frameworks, and skills change so rapidly. So what do you do? How do you get other developers in your team excited about their craft?
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Other than the Definition of Done, the Sprint Goal is the other most important aspect of Scrum.
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In this post, I’m going to share my history and show that you can succeed in any challenge you commit to by using a technique called the Growth mindset.
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This blog post talks about using the Fish! philosophy for Sprint Reviews.
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Responsive Advisors CEO, Robb Pieper discusses the pros and cons of having technical or business knowledge - domain knowledge as a Scrum Master in this short video blog.
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