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In this video, Martin delves into a topic that many organisations grapple with: the impact of committees on time-to-market. 🚀📊 He questions the common notion that removing committees can reduce time-to-market by up to 50%. Is it true or just another statistic plucked from thin air?
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Estimating Product Backlog Items is not easy. Discover a practice that has helped a lot of the teams I coached.
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When you have multiple goals which compete with one another, how do you make progress? This isn't just a Scrum problem but a product development problem. In this video PST's Robert Pieper and Gregory Crown from Responsive Advisors share some tips to help you and your team make progress.
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Do you know the answers to common Product Backlog questions from students in Scrum classes? View the podcast and see if you can go 3 for 3.
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What are the 5 events in Scrum? Can you name them? Chances are that you said something like “Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, and…. umm…..”
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In this video, Joanna explores the intriguing parallels between the world of mushroom foraging and agility. From choosing the right environment to the importance of patience and focus, we uncover how these seemingly disparate activities share core principles.
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Product Walls are great tools that radiate information and support informed decision-making in the empirical world. Equally, it can be pretty tricky to build them. In this series, Ryan Brook and Sander Dur talk you through an example Product Wall and its components.
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Look at the limitations of deterministic estimates and innovative approaches for effective decision-making via the Agile practices such as Scrum & Kanban. Learn to handle complexity while keeping projects on track.
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We teach the most awesome courses, but is a certification really needed to be a great Scrum Master?
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A new edition of the Minimum Viable Library on Agile Leadership is available! Explore a series of carefully curated collections of essential books, newsletters, podcasts, and tools to elevate your agile expertise.
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Keine Frage stellt Product Owner vor eine größere Herausforderung als: „Wie soll das Product Backlog geordnet werden?“ Deshalb werden wir dieser Frage in diesem Artikel nachgehen.
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El enfoque Agile es una manera popular de trabajar para el desarrollo de software que enfatiza la colaboración, la flexibilidad y la mejora continua.
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Product Owners must know their customers to succeed in today’s competitive markets. There is a common agreement among experts involved in product management about it. A lot has been said about this topic. In this blog post, I discuss the different ways to know your customers. To make it more practic...
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In this video, Martin 🎥 delves deep into the essence of Scrum, highlighting its role not as a problem solver, but as a revealer. He draws a vivid picture, likening Scrum to a mirror 🪞. It reflects back to us the challenges and obstacles we face, making them visible so we can address them head-on.
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The Scrum Master accountability extends far beyond guiding the Scrum team through Scrum events and facilitating meetings as requested or needed. Scrum Masters are change agents who transform not just the team, but also the entire organization.
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the entire Sprint? Check it out!
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Product Owners are accountable to provide stakeholders have a clear understanding of the product's direction. In this new episode of the take5IRL podcast, Jeff and Mike explore methods for enhancing transparency. Discover how providing transparency to the Product Backlog can foster a shared vision ...
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In this second episode of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching series, guests Daniela Gomes dos Santos and Damian Buonamico unpack section 1: Protecting Confidentiality, Intellectual Property and Information Security. They uncover the thinking behind the section, its inclusion in the Code ...
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How do you “implement agile” in an organization that has no experience with agile practices? Or does the phrase “implementing agile” even make sense? If agility is more of an outcome than something you do, how do you take an organization that is new to agility, and help them become more flexible and...
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🚀 Diving deep into the world of Story Points! 📊 Ever wondered about their true value and how they fit into the bigger picture of team performance? Dive into my latest article where I unravel this enigma. Let's journey together from the subjective realm of Story Points to the tangible metrics of thro...
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This blog explores the crucial role of a Product Owner (PO) in managing the Product Backlog. Through facilitation, a PO can enhance team and stakeholder understanding of the Product Backlog, turning it into a narrative that drives everyone towards a shared vision and product goal. We discuss how the...
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In this video, we delve into the pivotal role of the Product Owner in Scrum. Beyond just a title, the Product Owner embodies the accountability of maximising value, setting strategic direction, and ensuring alignment across stakeholders, customers, and the Scrum Team.
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Heute hat Scrum.org ein neues Training gelauncht. In diesem Artikel findest du einen kleinen Vorgeschmack dazu:
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Wie ineffektive Zusammenarbeit auf der Ebene der Stakeholder oftmals zu einem ungeeigneten Berichtswesen auf der Grundlage falscher Metriken führt.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, PSTs Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller join host Dave West to introduce the new Professional Scrum Product Management Skills training course. (34:42 Minutes)
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Over time, various myths and beliefs have surrounded the concept of the Definition of Ready. What does it entail? It's all about the conditions that must be met for a Product Backlog Item to be considered ready for action and understood enough by the entire Scrum Team so that it can be pulled into t...
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La Gestión del Product Backlog (en inglés Product Backlog Management) es una de las habilidades más importantes que debe dominar un Product Owner.  El Product Backlog es una lista ordenada de todo el trabajo que se debe realizar para entregar el producto.  El Product Owner es responsable de ga...
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The Daily Scrum can be reduced to a status meeting where likely a Scrum Board or a Burn Down chart is referenced perhaps… but do these tools help with transparency? They certainly can, but how are you using them? If your stakeholders and other product participants could know what the progress is at ...
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Teams tend to get in the nitty gritty details of expectations. A waste of valuable time. This blog posts provides a simple practice to start dealing with this.
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How to develop trust through self-management, psychological safety and Transactional Analysis as tools for improving relationships and communication within the Scrum ecosystem.
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The Product Backlog is an essential artifact in Scrum, but backlogs could be better for many teams. In this blog, we discuss introducing a new class, Professional Scrum Product Backlog Management - Skills, and how it provides learners with the skills necessary to improve their Product Backlogs.
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In this article, we'll explore some popular tools and apps, including Jira, Team Foundation Server, Rally, and others, that Scrum Masters can leverage to help teams visualize their work, increase Transparency and increase team efficiency.
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Embarking on a journey as a Scrum Master is a challenging and rewarding endeavor. As you step into this accountability within a Scrum Team, you'll find yourself at the crossroads of collaboration, leadership, and continuous improvement - a position that is necessary to deliver value effectively. ...
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El refinamiento del Product Backlog es esencial para mejorar la entrega de valor. El refinamiento es una actividad continua que se realiza en cada Sprint balanceando la entrega de valor en cada con la proyección adecuada de refinamiento.
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It's common for Product Owners to be concerned with keeping every idea on their Product Backlog until it's a delivered solution. But what if that idea has been there for 10 years… should it still remain? PST's Jason Malmstadt and Greg Crown give some ideas on how you can handle aging Product Backlog...
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Overmanaging a Product Backlog can be wasteful. Product Backlog Items are no guarantee of value so details should be added with the minimum amount of detail to perform the work.
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In this video, we delve deep into the essence of Sprint Planning, shedding light on its pivotal role in Scrum. From understanding the Product Backlog to setting clear Sprint Goals, we explore how this process sets the tone for a successful Sprint and the importance of striking a balance between plan...
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Discover how effective leaders can nurture team autonomy and decision-making capabilities by transitioning from control to collaboration through a structured mentoring process. Learn the key steps to empower your team and foster a transparent system for delegation.
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Determining whether a Scrum Master is effective can be challenging, as their impact is often indirect and not always easy to measure quantitatively. In this article, we will explore key indicators that can help you evaluate the effectiveness of a Scrum Master.
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In this conversation, Women in Agile podcast host Leslie Morse talks with Dr. Lynn Kelley, PhD about creating an environment ripe for change. (36:18 Minutes)
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This case study covers how Omega Software shifted from a Waterfall approach to Scrum by using Scrum in order to implement it.
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What should Scrum Teams do with defects that are discovered? Do they belong in the Product Backlog? Would a separate list of bugs and defects be better? What approach helps with the transparency of the work? Learn how to handle discovered defects effectively.
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Learn why ineffective collaboration at the stakeholder level often results in an unsuited reporting system based on misaligned metrics.
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In this video, Martin delves deep into the intricacies of consensus in product development, highlighting its importance and the challenges it can present. 🎥🤔
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Kennst du die Anatomie der Scrum Events? Dann wird dir die Moderation nicht schwerfallen. Die Anatomie im Detail erfährst du in diesem Artikel:
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In this video, Martin discusses the tell-tale signs of a Product Owner who might be missing the mark. 🚫🎯 From products of poor quality or low value to inconsistent delivery, these are indicators that shouldn't be ignored. If a product owner is merely jotting down requirements without truly understan...
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Product Owners: have you been thrown into the deep end of the product management pool without a clear direction? Are you wondering how you can possibly begin to bring order to the chaos you’ve inherited? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PST's Greg, Jason, and Robb explore some key ideas and techniques...
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Découvrez le quotidien d'un Scrum Master ! Le guide Scrum n'est pas prescriptif sur ses taches? Plongez au cœur d'une journée type et démystifiez ce rôle essentiel. Si vous vous demandez réellement ce que fait un Scrum Master ou si vous souhaitez mieux comprendre sa valeur, cette vidéo est pour vous...
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Sprint Retrospective? Check it out!
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West chats with Helen Swift from Simplyhealth, a health solutions provider about how they implemented using Professional Scrum with Kanban in their organization after the Professional Scrum with Kanban training course. They talk about the tran...
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