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Scrum.orgのプロフェッショナルスクラムトレーナー(Professional Scrum Trainer・PST)をしております、グレゴリ・フォンテーヌと申します。プロダクトオーナーの責任をめぐっては、多くの混乱があります。企業によっては、プロダクトオーナーを「発注を受ける人」としか見ませんが、スクラムでは、プロダクトオーナーは、プロダクトビジョンからプロダクトバックログのアイテムの順番まで、すべてを決定するために必要な権限、信頼、ビジネスセンスを持った真のリーダーであると考えます。この記事の中で、私の仲間のPSTであるロビン・シューマン氏は、プロダクトオーナーの成熟度を5段階に分けて説...
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En este artículo, el PST Alex Ballarin explica como los desarrolladores se pueden beneficiar del uso de la inteligencia artificial para ser más productivos y flexibles, con ejemplos reales de ChatGPT 4.
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A simple step by step guide for the serious and brave.
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Product Backlog refinement ensures that the team's efforts are coordinated and meaningful, leading them towards a valuable increment.
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Transitioning to a Scrum Master, redefine leadership as a service that champions adaptability, and inspiring teams to achieve greatness.
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Can the Product Owner role in Scrum be a shared responsibility? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PST's Robb Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Greg Crown tackle this intriguing question.
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Case Study
Sto, a building materials company, partnered with Amazing Outcomes to enhance its B2B online shop. In just six weeks, using Scrum, they developed a mobile app 'Sto Online' based on customer feedback. This approach increased user engagement and ROI, demonstrating the benefits of agile development for...
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A Scrum Team can use a product roadmap to communicate, discuss and also improve the plan for working toward their product vision. To use it effectively, the Scrum Team uses the roadmap to convey how the team intends to pursue their longer term goals.
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Learning Series
A product roadmap is a visual aid technique that a Scrum Team can use to share and discuss what is upcoming for the product at a high-level.
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A product roadmap captures the high-level direction of a product. It should minimally consist of customer-driven outcomes and potential experiments to achieve those outcomes.
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This piece includes common mistakes and pitfalls for Scrum Teams to watch for when using a product roadmap.
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In this video, Martin explores the lean philosophy of prioritising task completion over initiation, a practice that fosters enhanced productivity and focus within teams 🚀. He delves into the detrimental effects of multitasking and the importance of a singular focus through the lens of lean and agile...
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Comment une solution symptomatique peut facilement nous éloigner de la solution fondamentale ?
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Enabling constraints are an often misunderstood but powerful tool when coping with complexity.
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Can a Custom Scrum Anti-Patterns GPT align teams with Scrum principles? Dive into how leveraging custom GPTs might offer a novel path through Scrum’s common hurdles.
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スクラムを知ったばかりの方に頻繁に聞かれる質問の一つが、「スクラムマスターは一体、一日中、何をしているのですか?」というものです。これは私がトレーニングクラスでもよく受ける質問です。そして多くの場合、トレーニング中やチームとしてスクラムを実践し始める時に、この疑問は自ずと解明されるようです。このブログ記事では、様々な視点からこの疑問を紐解いていきます。
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Continuous Discovery is a powerful approach to product development that ensures the product remains customer-centric, feasible, usable, and viable. By validating high-risk assumptions, engaging all team members, and employing effective discovery approaches, teams can create products that truly reson...
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Guillem Hernandez Sola reflexiona sobre la diferencia entre Agile HR, Agile4HR y HR4Agile
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Sprint Retrospective? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (59)
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast host Dave West is joined by Professional Scrum Trainer Stefan Wolpers to discuss his new book - The Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide! They discuss some of the common Scrum anti-patterns that are out there and how to overcome them to be successful. (21:52 M...
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In diesem Scrum-Pulse-Webcast erklärt der Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Flossmann, warum viele dieser Probleme durch die Verwendung eines Sprint-Ziels verhindert werden könnten. Darüber hinaus erfährst du vier Tipps, wie du Sprint-Ziele einführen kannst.
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Is Your Team Misinterpreting 'Done' in Scrum? Then Don't miss out on this video! Professional Scrum Trainers Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt dissect the Definition of Done and the "Done" Increment, shedding light on common misinterpretations.
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Is Scrum a vehicle or a destination?! Have you already profoundly thought about why companies use Scrum?! Watch this video and learn a lot from the informative island story.
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Being a Scrum Master is more than framework compliance. The SM influence extends to fostering an empirical mindset, managing complex relationships, and guiding the team through continuous growth.
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Was macht eine gute Schulung aus? In diesem Artikel verrät PST Simon Flossmann, wie du Liberating Structures nutzt, um eine gute Schulung druchzufürhen.
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Die 2024 Scrum Master Gehaltsstudie zeigt Durchschnittsgehalt von $87.800 basierend auf Antworten von 1.114 globalen Teilnehmern.
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, host Leslie Morse explores topics related to mentorship with our guest Dominika Bula. This episode was originally inspired by Dominika’s participation as a mentor in the Women in Agile Mentorship program, sponsored by ICAgile. In addition to sharing tip...
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Can a Scrum Team work without a Scrum Master? In this video, PST's Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt explore the pivotal role of the Scrum Master and uncover whether a Scrum Team can achieve peak performance without one.
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In this video, Martin discusses the importance of measuring the right things in your organization to achieve success. 📈🎯
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In this video, we talk about why trying to make everything perfect in work, especially when creating new products, is not always good. We explain five main reasons why being perfect might slow you down and how it can stop you from learning and improving. We'll also discuss why working together and ...
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En este post, el PST Jerónimo Palacios recorre las soluciones para evitar Daily Scrums que no funcionan
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Looking to dive into a Scrum Master role without prior experience? PSTs Greg Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robert Pieper guide you through creative strategies to build your Scrum credentials from the ground up.
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There are several templates that help create a product vision. One of the most widely-used is the Elevator Pitch. The output of the Elevator Pitch is a simple sentence structure that encourages you to abstract your ideas for a product vision to its essence. It embraces the classic elevator test exer...
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Businesses and their leaders need to keep up with global changes, internal expectations and new customer behaviors. In this Scrum Pulse, PST Edwin Dando and Kacper Mazek - Partners from Radically Consulting - share some lessons learned based on their experiences working with organizations together o...
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Integrating stakeholders into the Sprint Review bridges gaps between the team and them. It ensures that the team focuses on working on what’s most valuable at present and keeps the product relevant.
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An example of how Sprint Retrospective improvements can drive value improvement in your organization.
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Unveil how one can use systems thinking to navigate the interplay of team dynamics, product development, and market demands, turning complexity into agility
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We see many of the same Agile anti-patterns repeat themselves. Hear about common failures in Agile implementations and learn how to avoid them in this episode of the take5IRL podcast.
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Dive into the transformative power of Scrum with PST's Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt. This enlightening discussion unpacks the challenges and triumphs of adopting Scrum in engineering teams. Discover how Scrum's focus on customer satisfaction, team collaboration, and iterative progres...
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The 2024 Scrum Master Salary Report shows salaries increase with certifications, experience, and roles, collected from 1,114 participants through an online survey.
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En este artículo, el PST Alex Ballarin explica como la Inteligencia Artificial (IA) puede automatizar muchas de las tareas que hace el Product Owner y como le permite hacer cosas nuevas. Mostrará ejemplos de uso de ChatGPT4 a definir una entrevista para stakeholders, definir un mapa de historias y d...
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En este artículo el PST Alex Ballarín te explica como la inteligencia artifical (IA) puede ayudarte a crear los objetivos y resultados clave de producto (OKR) con ChatGPT 4, con ejemplos de definir los segmentos de cliente, los objetivos, las métricas clave (KR) y el análisis de datos.
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In this video, Martin discusses how organisations and people are often too scared to address the real problem, which is the way the system works. 📈📊
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En este nuevo artículo, el PST Jerónimo Palacios recorre las causas más frecuentes por las que un Daily Scrum no funciona
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In diesen Artikel beschreibt PST Simon Flossmann drei typische Fehler, die in schriftlicher Kommunikation von Remote Teams passieren und gibt dir Tipps, diese zu vermeiden.
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MVP has been thrown around so much and for so long that the term’s original power is lost. I propose replacing “minimum viable product” with “minimal inspectable increment.” to clarify the scope, intent, and article. 
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When people are first introduced to Scrum, often one of the questions they have is “what do Scrum Masters *really* do all day?”. This is a question I get in my training classes as well. Often, people end up discovering the answer to this question by themselves during the training, or as they start p...
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Esta semana, Guillem Hernandez Sola, indaga en el vasto y a menudo enigmático mundo de la agilidad de negocio, dónde hay un término que ha desconcertado a muchos, confundido a algunos y dejado perplejos a otros.
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The Scrum.org Professional Scrum With Kanban (PSK I) assessment is a 60-minute timeboxed assessment. You need to score over 85% to pass and gain the PSK I certification. The assessment contains 45 questions in English of multiple choice type.
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