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When (Patricia Kong - Product Owner of Enterprise Solutions at Scrum.org) taught me how to combine the chocolatey-goodness of Evidence Based Management with the hazelnutty-goodness of Hypothesis Driven Delivery, I was ecstatic! "AHA!", I says to myself.
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Yes, even absolute beginners can prototype an app. And learn a lot about agile product management, Scrum, empiricism, product design, and user experience along the way.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: When does a Scrum Team create a Definition of Done? Today's question asks when the Definition of Done (DoD is created by the Scrum Team.
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In an earlier blog post on Servant Leadership, Commander’s Intent and Decentralised Command we discussed the ways in which decentralised command and decision-making has rapidly become a business essential for all.
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In this blog post, Leslie Morse talks about the Women in Agile podcast and how Scrum.org is its new sponsor. She also includes the latest podcast episode with Patricia Kong and Dave West.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: What is the difference between a project mindset and a product mindset? Today's question is all about what's going on in our minds! What is the difference between a project mindset and a product mindset? We deep dive into each mindset and show how they are bot...
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Hi everyone! The new podcast episode is out, this time featuring Gunther Verheyen as a guest. We are talking about his 2 new latest books, neverending passion for Scrum, overcomming an illusion of agility, becoming better Scrum practitioner and humanizing the workplace. Hope you'll enjoy listening t...
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, listen in as Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org and Patricia Kong, Product Owner of Enterprise Solutions at Scrum.org, join host Leslie Morse for a conversation on diversity, complexity, and social responsibility. They touch on some of the origins of Scrum, wh...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Can we do Scrum with a distributed (remote) Scrum Team?
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Somewhere along my journey of Scrum, that started in 2003, I started calling myself an independent Scrum Caretaker on a journey of humanizing the workplace with Scrum. Because there is more to Scrum than ‘process’....
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It is quite common to see someone who is called a Product Owner not really have ownership over the product. This kind of Product Owner  is often lacking vision and demotivates the Developer. In this video podcast I discussed how we can help the Product Owner take ownership of the product. Enjoy fol...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Is it OK to ignore the Scrum Guide?
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In this webinar, we follow the journey of Mike Torrence - a US Military Veteran who took on the role of the Scrum Master, and his Scrum Team, as they navigated challenges that were getting in the way of creating reliable forecasts for stakeholders. Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma helps to guid...
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Les éléments associés à Scrum sont des outils, des pratiques et plus généralement des "tactiques de jeu", qui ne sont pas obligatoires en Scrum et se sont révélées utiles au fil du temps.
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I'm encountering more and more people that are trying to solve different kind of problems with Scrum..
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Is Scrum the Answer for Everything? Today's question asks whether or not the Scrum Framework is the right answer for all product development. Todd and Ryan have some fun with this one as they ponder when Scrum isn't a great fit for some work types. {"previe...
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How does a Scrum Team handle unexpected work?
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Make no mistake: Your Product Backlog is the last line of defense preventing your Scrum Team from becoming a feature factory; hence Product Backlog defense is vital: Figure out a process that creates value for your customers. Moreover, have the courage — and the discipline — to defend it at all cost...
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Cuando siempre me ha tocado ser un scrum master en una organización, el departamento de recursos humanos está configurando algún tipo de cuadrícula con criterios para acceder al progreso individual.
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What is the common perception of what “ship it fast” means? What seems to be important about shipping fast? And what are ideas to improve the situation in your team or organization? Check the article to find inspiration.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: How is risk management handled in Scrum? Today's question asks Todd and Ryan to discuss how the Scrum Framework addresses risk management. They explored a number of ideas including the fact that by using Scrum you get quite a few risk management tools for free...
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In this episode of Scrum Guide 101, let's take a look at "Scrum in a Nutshell" as described in Scrum Guide 2020. Here is the text that we examine: In a nutshell, Scrum requires a Scrum Master to foster an environment where: A Product Owner orders the work for a complex problem into a Product B...
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As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Agile movement, is it also time to formally "cancel" waterfall?
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TheScrumMaster.co.uk has created The Simple Guide To Scrum – 1 Pager. A condensed and visual representation of Scrum on 1 page.
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Some time ago, someone on Reddit asked whether there would be any other profession that requires attending a 2-day training class and would then pay as well as a Scrum Master job.
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Hey what's happening awesome people? I hope you had a great weekend. One of my youtube channel viewers asked me what should happen when the developers try to remove the Scrum Master from the Scrum Team? A very interesting indeed.
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I work in “the transformation business”. The Agile transformation business to be more precise. The value I aim to deliver is: Improve the internal organisation of companies so that they get better at making their dreams come true.
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On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Should a Scrum Team Context Switch and Work on Multiple Projects? Today's question is all about the dangers of context switching. Todd and Ryan take a look at what happens when a Scrum Team isn't able to focus on their work and has to take on multiple projects...
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This webinar with Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood, Emeka Unachukwu, Head of Training Programs and Anthony Dele Daniel, Training Director from Jolsons-Chi, along with Grace Johnson explores Scrum adoption in Nigeria and they explain the benefits of learning and applying Professional Scr...
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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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