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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Learn how individual incentives and outdated organizational structures — fostering personal agendas and local optimization efforts — manifest themselves in Scrum stakeholder anti-patterns which easily can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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What are the most common mistakes with Scrum that lead to dysfunctional Scrum? This time we take the perspective of the Scrum Development Team.
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When we talk about Scrum for complex Product Development, it starts from Vision and Product Backlog.
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A businesswoman orders a burger in a restaurant and her order is refused. Learn how this is essential to the success of your product and your Scrum Team.
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This article goes into detail how anti-patterns can evolve and possibly create other issues for the Scrum Team.
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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. Urgent items There might be urgent changes popping up during the Sprint. How do we d...
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One the questions I get asked during almost every Scrum Master training course is "How do I get the team to engage in the Sprint Retrospectives?".
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The 4th survey “Status Quo (Scaled) Agile” now gave some interesting answers helping organizations to position their own agile activities and helping to define an appropriate strategy where and how to use the agile on team level or scaled agile on the level of programs or organizations.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma provides a template to help viewers think about the elements of Scrum in a professional manner.  Ravi thinks about each element as a way to empirically increase value, decrease waste and manage risk.  By being able to explain how Scrum...
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In this, our fifth podcast examining Agile Marketing, we discuss what capacity planning means when you use Scrum and how it can be balanced with an annual planning cycle, to meet those business goals and get the most out of your people. (31:03 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma looks at how learned habits as a manager can impact ones ability to coach people and teams. He goes on to provide tips to help Scrum Masters and coaches to make a transition from problem solving to the stance of coaching. (5:33 Minute...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma discusses some important attributes that an effective Product Owner should have to be successful and choices that can be made to help. (9:58 Minutes)
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Are you a Business Analyst and do you currently fulfill the role of the Product Owner? Or otherwise the Product Owner may have delegated some tasks to you, for lack of time to deal with those themselves.
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An introduction of the Brazilian - Portuguese edition of the paper "The 8 Stances of a Scrum Master". The translation and new visualizations are created by Fabio Fioratti Azevedo and Danilo Almeida.
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Choosing how you will walk through your day, having fun with your colleagues and clients, actively listen and participating in collaborations, and ensuring others also have a great day...
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Siempre me han intrigado las diferentes formas en que los equipos Scrum realizan sus revisiones de Sprint. Siempre intento mostrar el flujo de una Sprint Review.
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Let's look at the bigger picture, leaving out the details. What we all mostly want is better health, better fitness and better movement quality.
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During a People Side of Software meetup in Chicago, Robert Pieper, Principal Advisor of Responsive Advisors shared the basics of Scrum.
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During the 19th Hands-on Agile meetup, 30-plus people addressed the path to becoming a successful Scrum Master or agile coach, following up on the “Scrum Master Career 2020 — Using Ecocycle Planning to Identify Opportunities” meetup we had in December 2019.
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A descriptive approach to do throughtput-driven sprint planning in Scrum.
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In this post I‘d like to share an exercise for Scrum Masters to help their Scrum Teams and stakeholders build a deeper understanding of the importance of the Scrum Values and how directly the Scrum Values impact work and value.
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Como se describe en la Guía de Scrum, el trabajo a realizar en el Sprint se planifica en la Planificación del Sprint. En este artículo contestamos qué es la Sprint Planning.
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"He puts everything in place to get the ball up to the final third of the pitch and then trusts his team to finish the job in the only area of the field that can’t be planned for."
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For those of you who are big fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe comics or who have watched the latest Avengers: End Game movie might know that Thanos (supervillain) wanted to possess all 6 infinity stones so that he would be unstoppable and could gain control over the entire universe.
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Hello awesome people. How was your week? In today's vlog I would like to talk about one of the most important aspects of Scrum, that is the Definition of "Done".
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Have you ever wondered if there is a better way to fund and monitor agile delivery? Traditional methods of annual budgeting often miss the mark. Wonder no more.
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A digital transformation presents a number of challenges. At the core of these challenges lies the organization's ability to create more responsibility at the individual and team level without losing their sense of control and governance. Addressing issues such as team maturity, psychological safety...
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En este artículo explicamos que es el refinamiento product backlog o de la cartera de productos es el acto de agregar detalles y potencialmente estimaciones a los elementos de la cartera de productos. 
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How the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master II exercise “Management in Scrum” can be used during a job interview with Scrum Masters.
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Bringing transparency by inspecting the Product Backlog and adaptation (building) the Sprint Goal, a forecast, and the Sprint Backlog.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Daria Bagina discusses why transparency is so important in Scrum and how to foster transparency across the Scrum Team and beyond. (5:25 Minutes)
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This blog post takes a look at what a systemic perspective means, and helps to understand how to improve your own approach to coaching in agile environments. In order to answer the question above we will take a look at the key perspectives of a systemic approach to coaching.
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This post reflects on a workshop, in which we will observe four systemic thinking perspectives. After reading you will have an insight into constellation work and how it can be utilized to incorporate the four key systemic thinking perspectives into your own agile team coaching workshop design.
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In this blog, we’ll dive deeper into the topic: “Scrum Master vs Project Manager”. If you’re having a similar question about the Product Owner vs the Project Manager.
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In your Scrum Master mission, a manager has asked you to support the implementation of an Agile framework in a team that, according to him, really needs it!
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Welcome to the Agile Movers & Shakers interview series. Today’s guest is Dave West.
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Podcast
In this podcast recorded at Agile 2019, Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org about agile beyond software, the need for organisational alignment and how product ownership is a major inhibitor for many organisations when it is not done well. (24:38 minu...
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In this first podcast episode led by the Scrum.org community, Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) Jasper Alblas leads a group that includes other PSTs Johannes Geske and Sjoerd Kranendonk along with Scrum.org team member Kelly Moosman as they discuss the value that is received by PSTs in being a part ...
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Many Product Owners, especially in large organizations, are facing challenges to take full ownership of the product. Their decisions are oftentimes overridden and not respected. In this webinar, Professional Scrum Trainer Joshua Partogi shares techniques and practices he has learned as a Scrum Maste...
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Why output-oriented metrics are mostly a waste of time in software- and product development.
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The terms "iterative" and "incremental" are used so frequently and naturally in the context of agile that their meaning is no longer challenged.
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People often think that persistence or not giving up will bring them to success. However, looking back to your past, how many times you tried, but did not get a good result?
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Technical debt seems like a topic that resides completely in the domain of a Development Team. They are responsible for delivering a potentially releasable Increment after all. But might there be more to it for a Product Owner? More to know, more to deal with, more to take care of it? In my opini...
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