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25/10 Crowdsourcing is the Swiss Army knife for workshops, retrospectives, strategic planning, vision and user story workshops; for finding and evaluating desired outcomes, product goals, process optimizations. This blogposts goes into detailed steps on how to facilitate this liberating structure in...
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The Product Goal serves as a compass that directs the team's work and facilitates and fosters a shared understanding among all stakeholders. By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing the product goal's true characteristics, Scrum teams can ensure that their efforts are focused, strategic, an...
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Embrace scope flexibility, prioritizing value over predefined requirements, and utilizing feedback cycles to ensure the delivery of solutions that genuinely meet user needs and business objectives.
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The Increment serves as a measure of progress and a foundation for continuous improvement, helping teams to remain focused and adaptive in a dynamic environment. By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing the true characteristics of the Increment, Scrum teams can ensure that each sprint deliv...
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Sin datos, las decisiones son básicamente buenos deseos con un alto riesgo de negocio. Una referencia de cómo llevar a cabo el descubrimiento y validación es el modelo Doble Diagrama es una referencia de como el proceso creativo sigue una divergencia y convergencia en este caso, para aprender del cl...
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In recent years though, Scrum adoption has expanded far beyond its original roots in IT and software development. Today, Agile frameworks including Scrum are used in Operations, Marketing, Human Resources and in product development for industries as varied as industrial microscopes, fighter jets, ap...
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The Sprint timebox helps to foster a sense of urgency that creates a low tolerance for organizational impediments or wasted effort. The Sprint timebox forces the team and the organization to identify the things that have been holding back delivery - so they can solve them.
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This article provides actionable insights on leveraging alignment tools to build trust, enhance collaboration, navigate risks, and maximize value creation, ultimately leading to more successful product outcomes aligned with organizational goals.
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In diesem Artikel teilt PST Simon Flossmann seine Erfahrungen der letzten 10 Jahre als Scrum Master:
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By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing the Sprint Backlog's true nature, teams can enhance responsiveness and work cohesively towards their goal. The Sprint Backlog is a powerful guide that, when used correctly, ensures that the team remains focused, adaptable, and aligned with the overal...
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Scrum is often implemented at the team level, which can limit achieving business agility at scale. Moving beyond this "team-level agility" to a more holistic approach fosters in-team and inter-team collaboration, aligning with the "second wave of Agile".
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Understanding the true nature of the Product Backlog is essential for the success of Scrum and the delivery of value to stakeholders. By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing this knowledge, teams can enhance their responsiveness, prioritize effectively, and deliver maximum value to their c...
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These questions can shift the focus from solutions and features, to value and utility - useful when a stakeholder's asking for a specific solution.
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Transitioning from a traditional project manager to a Scrum Master involves moving from sole responsibility for project work and reliance on formal status reports to fostering a culture of team collaboration, shared ownership, and empirical progress tracking.
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Ein Blick auf eine kaum genutzte Möglichkeit der Schaffung von Werten für Kunden und Organisation.
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In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann seine 5-Schritte-Anleitung die Scrum Master hilft mit "abwesende Product Owner“ umzugehen.
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Understanding the role of Stakeholders in Scrum is essential for the success of any product. By dispelling common misconceptions and embracing the true nature of Stakeholder involvement, teams can foster more effective collaboration, improve decision-making, and deliver products that truly meet user...
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In the late 90s, many companies adopted a 150-person rule for organizational units to maintain manageability and cohesion. However, this approach often led to fragmented products and complex management structures, making strategic execution a challenge. Today, a new idea is emerging. Instead of s...
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Louis-Philippe Carignan joins Matt Dominici to share some data that tells us we might be starting the clock to late in our efforts to measure Cycle Times.
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, Renae and Sally talk about the inspiration behind Sally's #stopbadagile bird aviary and how they reflect what she has learned along the way. (33:12 minutes)
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Every Scrum Team wishes they had time each Sprint to accomplish more. By leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI), teams can get that time back and become more effective. AI is revolutionizing various industries, and its potential to enhance how people and teams work is becoming increasingly evident....
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“Your Story” is a vodcast (video cast) series hosted by PST, Mehdi Hoseini, with the mission of sharing the professional life story of Professional Scrum Trainers (PST) and other advancing people with serious achievements in the product development world. This episode features PST Martin Hinshelwood...
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In this Scrum Pulse webcast, Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org, introduces the Agile Product Operating Model and how it can help organizations reduce uncertainty, minimize risk, and increase the likelihood of delivering successful products centered around customer needs.
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What is Market Share?Market share is the portion of a market controlled by a particular company or product.* It is calculated by dividing the company's total sales or revenue by the industry’s total sales or revenue over a specific period of time. Sometimes, market share is calculated by dividing t...
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One of the accountabilities that a Scrum Master has to fulfill is to make the Scrum Team effective. This includes the Scrum Master, as well. However, in my experience I have come across only a handful of Scrum Masters who understand the concept and who focus on improving and making themselves effect...
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En este artículo, el PST Alex Ballarin explica qué beneficios tiene añadir los OKR al muro de producto del Equipo Scrum, y como utilizarlo para el centro de las conversaciones en los eventos compartidos entre Scrum y OKR.
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Understanding the true role of the Product Owner is crucial for the success of Scrum teams and products. The Product Owner is not a traditional manager or a taskmaster but a value maximizer, visionary, collaborator, and customer advocate. By dispelling these misconceptions and embracing the true nat...
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Agile Teams as Investors: A Deeper Dive into Maximizing Organizational Value by Trusting Your Teams to Find Solutions to Your Customers Problems.
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Effective stakeholder management is crucial for a successful product. By understanding their perspective, focusing on their success, and slowing down to bring them along, you’ll significantly improve your communication and collaboration. Remember, it’s about creating a shared vision and journey, not...
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A myth re-visited. Seven years ago, Christiaan Verwijs and I wrote the article "The Scrum Master is a Junior Agile Coach" and explained why this is a myth according to the Scrum Guide. What's the state of this myth today?
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In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann, was du tun kannst, wenn du in der Sprint Retrospektive in Zeitproblem kommst.
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While there are various ways to write or format items on the Product Backlog, one of the most popular and effective methods is writing them in the user story format. This practice, though beneficial, is not mandatory. Scrum teams may choose to adopt the user story format when it suits their needs an...
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Some teams think that if they skip refinement, they're saving time, but that's not true at all. Teams must understand what is needed before they can deliver value. Refinement will happen. It's just a matter of whether it will be done in Sprint Planning, during the Sprint, or whether you will do it i...
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このポッドキャストでは、業界のエキスパートを特別ゲストとして迎え、アジャイルとスクラムの世界にふかく潜り込んでいきます。スクラム、DevOps、ユーザーエクスペリエンス、プロダクトマネージメント、コーチングなど、様々なトピックをカバーします。私、フォンテーヌグレゴリは、「アジャイルの旅」ポッドキャストのホストです。アジャイルコーチ、スクラムマスター、またはコンサルタントとして日本企業を支援しております。そして、Scrum.orgの認定プロフェッショナルスクラムトレーナーです。 今回のエピソードのゲストは株式会社ITプレナーズジャパンアジアパシフィックの原秀文さんです。 DX、DevOps、ア...
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Understanding the Scrum Master's true accountability is crucial for the team's success. By dispelling these misconceptions and embracing the Scrum Master's true nature, teams can foster a more supportive and effective environment for product development.
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Cosa vuol dire che uno Scrum Master è agente del cambiamento? In questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta condivide la sua esperienza. Usare Scrum per rivelare ciò che rende l'azienda (o il team) meno agile per poi aiutare tutti, in azienda, a migliorarsi continuamente. Gli ostacoli che si presenteranno ne...
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Organizations can foster a more productive, innovative, and responsive work environment by recognizing what a Scrum Team is Not and embracing what it truly is. What kind of Scrum Team do you have? Pick your favorite from the list.
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Transitioning from a traditional project manager to a Scrum Master requires embracing shorter planning cycles that focus on continuous adaptation and stakeholder collaboration, moving to flexible, outcome-oriented approaches that enhance team agility and responsiveness to change.
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El Product Owner tiene la responsabilidad de maximizar la entrega de valor. Esta responsabilidad puede requerir desarrollar una variedad de competencias y habilidades como son: Liderar hacia el valor, Involucrar en la visión, y evolucionar el producto con la validación a través de un enfoque increme...
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The implementation of an agile lean change approach is easy to talk about, but harder to execute. By focusing on incremental change, frequent feedback, and tailoring the approach to specific needs, Agile enables businesses to respond effectively to evolving markets and deliver greater value.
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Product Managers and Product Owners often find themselves caught in the delivery drain, where their time and energy are consumed by the operational aspects of getting a product out the door. This focus on delivery not only drains their resources. But also forces them to operate on an operational lev...
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In diesem Artikel beschreibt PST Simon Flossmann 3 kreative Methoden zur Rettung deiner Scrum-Master-Community-of-Practice
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In this PST Spotlight episode, PST Ryan Ripley interviews Reggie Gardner about his experiences. Reggie Gardner's journey into Scrum started with his interest in Extreme Programming and teamwork. He gradually applied Scrum principles while leading a small team. He eventually became a recognized exper...
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In their discussion titled "Scrum is Hard and Disruptive #2 - Complexity and Risk," Todd and Ryan explore how Scrum optimizes product management by emphasizing high-value delivery. They emphasize that while Scrum is designed for high-risk, complex projects, its success hinges on consistent product r...
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This 2 part episode hosted by Leslie Morse, Product Owner at Scrum.org features Bert Neels, CEO at Strobbo, Michael Voorhaen, PO at Strobbo and PST Steven Deneir. They discuss Strobbo's journey with Professional Scrum and how they were able to accelerate their go to market by embracing agile practic...
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Feeling overwhelmed as a Scrum Master? Don't try to do everything at once! This post offers a simple, iterative approach to focus your efforts on the most impactful areas, helping your team achieve greater results.
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In the ever-evolving landscape of project management, Scrum has emerged as one of the most popular frameworks for Agile development. Despite its widespread adoption, many misconceptions exist about what Scrum truly entails. Understanding the essence of Scrum is crucial for teams and organizations to...
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A former student of mine asked me a question: I've just started working with a product development team whose members live in India Standard Time, Central European Time, and East Standard Time I'd like to help to configure our Sprints. Do you have advice about stand-ups? How often? Should we meet la...
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It is rare that teams get the full value that they should from their Sprint Reviews. We and others have experienced Sprint Reviews more as performance reviews or demos that feel like one-way presentations from the team. The opportunity for Scrum Teams and their stakeholders to explore the current an...
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