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This whitepaper explores the application of innovation principles for Scrum Teams, emphasizing the importance of solving complex problems.
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Glossary
This glossary represents an overview of terms specific to Scrum with Kanban to help people better understand some of the language used and what some of these terms mean.To learn more about the Scrum framework and Scrum with Kanban, we highly recommend that you reference the Scrum Guide™ the Scrum Gl...
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Blog Post
En este post, Jerónimo Palacios trata sobre los dilemas de trabajar como Scrum Master externo desde una perspectiva de Professional Scrum, las motivaciones para perseguir la agilidad y como resolver los problemas que pueden surgir
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There are a couple of words that are widely used in the Scrum world but they are not part of Scrum. In this video, I will talk about Ceremony, Grooming, Methodology, and Commit.
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Blog Post
For your team to effectively understand the benefits of Scrum, it's crucial to relate its principles to their daily work and overall product and organisation goals.
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Blog Post
Discover how the project management principle of diligent stewardship takes a broader, more impactful form in Scrum.
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When using Scrum for a single team, it's important to prioritize Agile principles, business outcomes and team success. The same is true when scaling to include multiple teams. Learn more in this week's podcast!
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In this talk from Agile Leadership Day India, Professional Scrum Trainer Hiren Doshi shared his findings and observations from 28+ years on the fundamental problem and discuss some patterns to overcome the challenges.
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Blog Post
What may happen if the Scrum Master has other jobs or roles within an organization? For example, they’re a people manager but also a team’s Scrum Master. Is this forbidden? In this Scrum Lightning Round, Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown discuss the pros and co...
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Blog Post
Oversized Product Backlog items delay value delivery and increase risk.
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Video
In this concise Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham breaks down the various types of leaders in Scrum. He categorizes them into people leaders, process leaders, product leaders, and executive leaders, highlighting their unique responsibilities and key traits. (4:22 Minutes)
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl shares insights on situational leadership. Learn how adjusting your leadership style based on the team's needs and the context can be crucial for success. Simon highlights the importance of being a situational leader, offering practi...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham emphasizes that leadership is about creating a container for good management to thrive. He discusses the key requirements for effective management: clarity and trust. Discover the significance of a clear direction (the "why") and the...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl discusses the Circle Model for effective leadership in agile environments. Simon emphasizes the importance of clarity in purpose, aligning with Agile principles, and articulating constraints for individuals and teams. Discover the vi...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl dives into the essence of leadership, emphasizing the critical role of accountability. (6:15 Minutes)
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Oscar Styf explores the profound connection between art, self-management and business agility. From the challenge of a blank canvas to the importance of boundaries, discover how constraints can fuel creativity. Leaders are guided to identify and set crucial boundaries ...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf talks about the vital role of embracing imperfection in the quest to become an agile organization. Leaders are challenged to provide the necessary space for their teams to navigate through the discomfort of being 'bad' at something, ac...
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Blog Post
If there are multiple teams working on the same product how many Definitions of done should we have? Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown discuss the pros and cons of having more than one Definition of Done for the same product in this Scrum Lightning Round.
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As organizations strive to quantify the productivity and effectiveness of their agile teams, the adage "you get what you measure" becomes increasingly pertinent. In pursuing metrics, it is crucial to recognize that measuring the wrong things can have detrimental consequences, potentially eroding the...
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Telling an important customer that “we will get there when we get there” could come across as dismissive, sending the message that the customer’s needs are unimportant to the Scrum Team.  All organizations have deadlines and need to navigate shifting priorities.  Agile approaches can help organizati...
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Blog Post
Fewer Jobs for Scrum Masters, and now we see the universal Scrum GPT entering the competition: Will Scrum Masters change from essential practitioners to a niche role?
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Blog Post
In this video, Martin delves into the complexities of Agile environments, focusing on the role of Product Ownership. 🌐 He shares a compelling narrative about encountering a Product Owner who adhered strictly to detailed plans and Gantt charts, mistaking these for the heart of Agile success. This tal...
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Blog Post
In diesem Artikel beschreibt PST Simon Flossmann einen Karrierepfad für Scrum Master.
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Blog Post
Esta semana, Guillem Hernandez quiere hablar de agilidad de negocio, un concepto que se refiere a la capacidad de una organización para adaptarse y responder rápidamente a los cambios en su entorno, tanto internos como externos.
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Blog Post
How do we handle non-tangible product or services using Scrum. Does it work? Can it work?Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown go over ways you can maximize value and minimize risk using Scrum even in a non-tangible product environment in this Scrum Lightning Roun...
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Blog Post
In this video, Martin delves into the common misconceptions surrounding burndown charts in Agile Sprint Planning. 📊🔍 He illuminates how these charts, often seen as a cornerstone of tracking progress, can actually mislead teams into false security and inflexible planning. 🚫💡 His insightful discourse ...
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Blog Post
A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Developers support this? Check it out!
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Podcast
In questo episodio di Ask a PST, Fabio Panzavolta e Stefano Milanesi rispondono a domande sulle basi "dimenticate" dell'agilità, le sfide sulla sua adozione, del futuro degli Scrum Master ed altro!
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Blog Post
Definition of Done is one of the most misunderstood concepts for people attending our Scrum training classes. It’s probably also understood by people in your organization. In this episode, we share how two Scrum trainers explain it in their classes.
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Blog Post
Crafting valuable Sprint Goals drive the team towards meaningful progress in each iteration and contributes to the product's success if measurability, feasibility, and collaboration are considered.
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Learning Series
Discover the learning objectives in the PSM course and explore some supporting learning resources.
Blog Post
In diesem Artikel decke ich Warnsignale für Scrum Master und Agile Coaches auf, dass deren Reise zu Ende gehen könnte, da Team und Organisation sich abwenden.
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Podcast
In this PST Spotlight episode, Steve Porter joins guest host and fellow PST Ryan Ripley for a deep dive into his Scrum journey. (21:20 Minutes)
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Blog Post
In this video, Martin 🗣️ explores the pitfalls of emphasising story points and velocity in Agile teams. He highlights how these metrics can detract from delivering real value and proposes alternative metrics for team success. 🎯
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Blog Post
スクラムの目的を要約すると、「各スプリントで “完成”のインクリメントを作成する」ということになります。それを実行しようとする場合、まず必要なのは「完成(Done)」を定義することです。「完成の定義(Definition of Done・DoD)」が寛容すぎると、後で高いコストをかけて対処しなければならないリスクが蓄積することになります。しかし、ウオーターフォールモデルしか知らない組織がアジャイル開発を始めようとした時に、スキル、ツール、テスト自動化、コラボレーションなどの面で制約が沢山あるため、とりあえず現実的なDoDを考える必要があります。 この記事では、私の仲間のプロフェッショナルスク...
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Module
Continuous Delivery allows Scrum Teams to deliver valuable product Increments to customers faster in a sustainable and reliable way.
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Blog Post
How small is too small for a Scrum team? In this video, Professional Scrum Trainers Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt go over how small is too small and how you can be effective with a small Scrum Team.
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Blog Post
This article covers a few ways in which discovery and delivery of work on a Kanban Board can be managed.
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Blog Post
Not all stakeholders are the same. To be a great Product Owner, you must understand their needs and segment them accordingly. Tune in to this episode as Jeff and Mike share strategies in ways Product Owners can manage and build relationships with their stakeholders, delivering more value with less f...
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Blog Post
While only DoD is part of Scrum, some teams may choose to use DoR to help with Product Backlog transparency. The DoD provides a commitment for what the team must do to have a Done Increment.
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Blog Post
Explore how Scrum transforms traditional project management functions into collaborative team efforts.
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Blog Post
A common question from new Scrum teams is how to handle the large requirements documents they already have from their waterfall projects after they switch to using Scrum? Can you be agile with such a prescriptive end state described by the specification? In this video, Professional Scrum Trainers Ro...
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Blog Post
In this article, I uncover indicators that a Scrum Master’s or Agile Coach’s journey is coming to a close.
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Blog Post
In this video, Martin Hinshelwood dives into the often misunderstood realm of say-do metrics in agile environments. 🌐📏 He exposes how these metrics, although intended to track progress and performance, can sometimes lead to a false sense of accuracy and reliability. Martin's insight sheds light on t...
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Blog Post
In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann die verborgene Psychologie hinter Planning Poker.
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Blog Post
El siguiente post muestro algunos aspectos que pueden ser considerados para llegar a ser un Scrum Master efectivo.
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Blog Post
Guillem Hernandez Sola ha hecho un pequeño recopilatorio de los errores más esperables que ha encontrado en las organizaciones que ha ayudado.
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Blog Post
In this video, Martin delves into the intricate world of Agile, specifically focusing on the concept of special sprints like Sprint zeros, refactoring sprints, and bugfix sprints. 🔄 He challenges the notion that these sprints enhance Agile practices, calling them 'Agile banditry'. Join us as we expl...
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Blog Post
An unusual article featured in the latest edition of the Harvard Business Review titled "Case Study: Should I Pitch a New Project-Management System?" raised several concerns and demonstrated misconceptions about Scrum. The piece created a false dilemma between "Scrum" and a hypothetical "Flow" proce...
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Blog Post
Teams think they're fine? Professional Scrum Trainers Robert Pieper and Jason Malmstadt reveal powerful strategies to help teams see room for improvement, embrace continuous learning, and unlock their full potential. Learn how to challenge the status quo, call out the organization's role in promotin...
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