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The order of the Product Backlog is incredibly important. How is a Product Owner supposed to prioritize such a critical artifact well? In this lightning round, PST's Robert Pieper and Jason Malmstadt discuss a few tactical tips to help get you started.
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Podcast
In this recording of a live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs Gregory Crown, Robb Pieper and Jason Malmstadt of Responsive Advisors, answered questions about the Scrum events, the accountabilities in Scrum, Scrum outside of software, metrics and more!
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It's common practice to ask the Scrum Master to take on the role of facilitator in the 5 Scrum events. Let's go beyond this and move towards more learning strategies, for both the Scrum Master and the Scrum Team.
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In this article, we will explore some tactics which I found valuable when I was in need to align Scrum with Project Management practices.
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The Definition of Done and Acceptance Criteria both describe facets of a finished backlog item, don’t they? So what’s the difference? Does it matter? YES!! While they may seem similar, there are some crucial distinctions between these two, and confusing them may cause serious problems. I hope this q...
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In these 2 episodes of the Agile within podcast, PST Mark Wavle joins to dissect the intricate dynamics of team conflict.
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In this episode of the Agile Within Podcast, host Greg Miller chats with the one and only Gunther Verheyen. Gunther has quickly gained worldwide acclaim as a strong proponent of the Scrum Values.
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Warren Buffett once said: “Price is what you pay, value is what you get.”
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If you are not getting the value you hoped for from your Scrum transformation, try adding a couple of Kanban practices to your Scrum implementation.
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Explore a series of carefully curated collections of essential books, newsletters, podcasts, and tools to elevate your agile expertise.
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Use the Liberating Structure “Purpose-to-Practice” to create a plan for the Sprint, and revisit & update the P2P canvas during each Scrum event
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Muss ein Facilitator neutral sein? Die meisten bejahen diese Frage vorschnell. Aber was bedeutet neutral eigentlich? 🤔
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El descanso en las organizaciones juega un papel esencial en el proceso productivo y de creación de las iniciativas, productos o servicios que prestamos. ¿Alguna vez te has preguntado cómo las organizaciones más exitosas logran mantener altos niveles de productividad y creatividad en sus equipos?...
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How does your Increment support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Artifacts serve to adapt. So does the Increment. Check it out!
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Module
An effective Product Owner ensures valuable items that improve the product and the customer experience are included in the Product Backlog. This means they must make decisions on what should be or should not be included in the Product Backlog. To do this well, they spend time with customers and stak...
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For Product Backlog management to be effective, consider these following tips: Review, reorder and refine the Product Backlog frequently The Product Backlog is emergent; it evolves and changes. Feedback, learnings from experiments and changing market conditions are just a few factors that in...
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Learning Series
Product Backlog Management is the act of adjusting and ordering items on the Product Backlog so that the Scrum Team can deliver the most valuable product possible. This learning series explores Product Backlog Management.
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Product Goals are intermediate goals that help a Scrum Team learn and progress toward their Product Vision. When formulating a Product Goal, it should be: Aligned with and makes progress toward the Product Vision Clear and concise Outcome-driven to reflect a customer want or need Mea...
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Webcast
In this webinar Professional Scrum Trainer Stephanie Ockerman and Jorgen Hesselberg, Co-founder of Comparative Agility, discuss the key competency areas of the Scrum Master role and walk through the new Scrum Master Improvement self-assessment
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How do you uphold Scrum without becoming a Scrum dictator? How do you lead the Scrum Team to ever greater adoption of Scrum within the organization… without direct authority? This article explores the challenges faced by Scrum Masters in their balancing act and how they navigate through it to ensu...
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⚡🌩️#StormsOfNeglect: The Cataclysmic Consequences of Ignoring Usable Products in Agile!🌩️⚡ What if I told you that neglecting usable working products in Agile is like navigating a stormy sea without a compass? 🌊🚢 If you think skipping usable products in iterations is harmless, brace yourself for the...
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Warum Scrum hinter den Erwartungen zurückbleibt kann — eine Systematik
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Organizations have a habit of setting Product Owners up for failure. In this episode, Jeff and Mike discuss common anti-patterns and what to do about them.
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How validating the value of the Scrum team’s work during the Sprint limits risk and increases predictability
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Explore the challenge of 'Escaping the Product Owner’s Trap' in this insightful blog post. Learn how Product Owners often find themselves entangled in component thinking, losing sight of broader objectives and value delivery. Uncover key principles such as Vision, Value, and Validation, and discover...
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This case study analyzes the transformation journey using Org Topologies™ Scans and focuses on the Business Banking Hub. The article is valuable if you want to understand how Org Topologies™ can help improve organizational design.
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At the heart of Scrum is a unique and indispensable accountability: the Scrum Master. This enigmatic figure may not possess the traditional authority associated with managers, nor do they hold executive powers. Yet, they play a vital and indispensable accountability in the success of the Scrum Team ...
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The Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide, nearing completion, categorizes over 180 anti-patterns by roles, events, artifacts, and commitments. However, it lacks a meta-level taxonomy to address Scrum anti-patterns on broader levels, raising the question of developing such a comprehensive strategy.
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Für jeden Trainer kommt der Zeitpunkt, an dem man in den Spiegel schauen und über sehr wichtige Fragen nachdenken muss: 👉 Was bedeutet es wirklich, ein Trainer zu sein? 👉 Konzentriere ich mich auf das Wesentliche? 👉 Warum sind die Teilnehmer in meinem Training? Die Beantwortung dieser Fragen...
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In the post-COVID business landscape, companies must innovate, embrace experimentation, and eliminate silos for success. Clear leadership and Scrum methodology foster collaboration and value creation. A shared vision and self-managed teams maximize value and navigate challenges effectively.
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Scrum es un marco de trabajo para maximizar la entrega de valor. Con frecuencia se confunde el valor con entregar más cantidad de cosas en un menor tiempo. El valor es diferente viene desde la perspectiva de entender al cliente, asumir una postura de incertidumbre sobre lo que creemos o definimos ac...
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Are you using Scrum but not getting the results you want? If you're not producing usable increments, you're not alone. In this video I will explore why the increment is so important in Scrum and how to produce it consistently. I'll also share tips for mitigating risk, delivering value to stakehol...
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Managers in Agile organizations often struggle when their teams don't evolve into high-performing, self-managing teams. The struggle is to find the right balance between command and control management and being completely hands-off, letting the teams do whatever they want. How might a manager discov...
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How does your Sprint Backlog support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Artifacts serve to adapt. So does the Sprint Backlog. Check it out!
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Webcast
In this webinar, Professional Scrum Trainer Mary Iqbal shares how the Scrum Team can navigate emergencies that come up mid-Sprint.
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Does your Scrum Team often find itself with carryover work from the previous Sprint? Does that make your team an unproductive one? Whose fault is it? In this episode, Jeff and Mike share how to limit sprint-to-sprint carryover.  Listen and share with your team so things get DONE.
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Find a better balance between solving problems and enabling growth and autonomy
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🚀💥#UsableWorkingProduct: Your Ultimate Weapon Against Risks in Agile💥🚀 ⚠️ Ever wondered why some Agile projects falter? Is your fortress of documentation crumbling against the relentless tides of market change? 🌊 Here’s the secret sauce - It’s all about Usable Working Products! 🎯🔧 Too many Agile tea...
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In this article, we have crafted interview questions to help identify the best Product Owner for your Scrum team.
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Scrum Werkzeuge, Teil 2: Von Design Thinking über Lean UX zu User Story Mapping
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Host Dave West is joined by Professional Scrum Trainers and authors of the book Creating Agile Organizations, A Systemic Approach, Cesario Ramos and Ilia Pavlichenko. (21:13 Minutes)
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Learn how Scrum Product Owners and Scrum Masters can employ techniques to enhance the user experience and ensure product success.
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Dispelling Agile and Scrum myths. Learn how Scrum enables Agile principles. Empower your teams to adapt, innovate, and deliver excellence.
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ATTITUDE is the composition of our way of thinking, feeling, and acting. Every team member has an attitude defining their way of being in the Scrum Team. The question is if it is a constructive attitude or not.
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The essence of a team is that people collaborate. Else it's incredibly hard to perform as an actual team, rather they just happen to work simultaneously and not together. What to do in such a case?
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Scrum Tools, Part 2: From Design Thinking to Lean UX to User Story Mapping
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Einen peinlicheren Moment hatte ich noch nie erlebt:
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Self-Assessment
Together with Comparative Agility, Scrum.org offers a self-assessment to help you grow as a Scrum Master. This tool helps you evaluate your Scrum Master skills and assess areas for improvement based on the Professional Scrum Competencies by Scrum.org.
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Scrum is a Product centric approach to delivering value. But what if your team is not aligned with a Product? In this blog, we discuss what Product means in Scrum and why it can help a team even if they do not feel they are working in a Product organization. In this blog, we talk about why Product i...
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Durant une session de coaching avec Martin, Scrum Master évoluant du côté du Canada, nous avons mis en évidence cette relation et les conséquences qui en découlent. 𝙐𝙣 𝙙𝙚𝙨 𝙧𝙚́𝙨𝙪𝙡𝙩𝙖𝙩𝙨 𝙧𝙚𝙢𝙖𝙧𝙦𝙪𝙖𝙗𝙡𝙚𝙨 𝙙𝙚 𝙘𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙖𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙖 𝙚́𝙩𝙚́ 𝙙𝙚 𝙥𝙚𝙧𝙢𝙚𝙩𝙩𝙧𝙚 𝙖𝙪 𝙎𝙘𝙧𝙪𝙢 𝙢𝙖𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧 𝙙𝙚 𝙙𝙚́𝙢𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙧𝙚𝙧 𝙦𝙪𝙚 𝙡𝙖 𝙫𝙖𝙡𝙚𝙪𝙧 𝙙𝙚́𝙡𝙞𝙫𝙧𝙚́𝙚 𝙥𝙖𝙧 𝙪𝙣𝙚 𝙚́...
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