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It’d sure be nice if all the Stakeholders for a Scrum Team all agreed with the Product Owner on the direction for the product wouldn’t it? Or would it? Sounds kind of boring to us! Fortunately of unfortunately, Product Owners often have to navigate the challenges of working with Stakeholders who all...
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This video explains Monte Carlo Simulation. Monte Carlo Simulations can be used to make probabilistic forecasts. This video explains how it can be used in the context of product delivery.
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Scrum is utilized in various industries, and as a result, leaders from diverse backgrounds are tasked with guiding Scrum Teams. While technical expertise can be an asset, it's not always a prerequisite for effective leadership in an Agile environment.
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In this video, I, Martin, delve deep into the pivotal role of a Scrum Master or Agile Coach in motivating a Scrum Team. 📈🤝 I emphasise the importance of empathy, connection, and understanding the essence of a team's purpose. 🎯
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La transformation digitale, suite à la transformation numérique démarrée il y a plus de 20 ans, a bouleversé notre quotidien. Cette révolution a bien évidemment changé de dimension avec l'avènement de nouvelles plateformes digitales, le cloud, le big data, l'omnicanalité, l'évolution de l'expérience...
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Before going all-in on Agile, it's important to know the outcomes you want to achieve, the business value you want to create, and the leadership alignment you need to succeed.
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Download this datasheet to learn more about the Professional Scrum Product Backlog Management Skills class. A4 version
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Does your Scrum Team find itself locked into destructive conflicts where each team member is convinced that their way is the only way, the best way and that everybody else who dares to disagree is crazy? Are you interested in shifting the dynamic from an "us vs. them" adversarial conflict to an "...
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​​​​​​​We often get caught up in the tools we use and feel like we need to get our money’s worth by using every feature. Instead of creating transparency, using every feature of a tool often degrades the transparency of the Product Backlog. Keeping things simple and using a method such as a naming c...
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Effective Sprint Planning is pivotal in Scrum. It hinges on ensuring the entire team grasps the Product Backlog, having a lucid product goal, and fostering a genuine team spirit. Without these, the path to building great products becomes muddled.
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A 4-step approach to help you decide whether you should spend your precious and limited time on planet earth to use Scrum, bash Scrum or just move on with your life and ignore Scrum.
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How much detail is enough? How much is too much? When it comes to Product Backlog Items, it can be challenging to find that “Goldilocks Point” of getting it “just right”. In this Lightning Round question, PST's Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Gregory Crown tackle this issue with some disagreemen...
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Il Podcast Scrum 🇮🇹 esiste per aiutare tutti coloro i quali vogliono imparare o migliorare la propria conoscenza di Scrum Professionale. In questo episodio, della serie "a domanda risposta", esploro quali sono le modalità per prendere decisioni in Scrum.
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Just finishing several Product Backlog Items, without any clear reason why, is not a usable goal. Then what is? Find out in this video!
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How the Agile Manifesto Was Created
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Hacer la Daily bien es uno de los retos más grandes que tienen las organizaciones que hacen Scrum. La Daily Scrum, a menudo la mal llamada “stand-up meeting” o “reunión diaria de pie”, es uno de los eventos clave en Scrum. Su objetivo principal es fomentar la comunicación, la colaboración y la...
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In the first episode of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching series on the Women in Agile Podcast, guests Leslie Morse and Shane Hastie unpack the origins and purpose of the Code and together we introduce each section of the Code. (45:03 Minutes)
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In this video, Martin delves into the challenging decision-making process of whether to pivot or stay the course in a project. 🔄🛤️ He highlights the importance of balancing persistence with the recognition of when a change in direction might be more beneficial.
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Sprint Review? Check it out!
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In diesem Scrum-Pulse-Webcast stellt Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Flossmann seine 5 bewerten Daily-Scrum-Formate vor und gibt dir Tipps und Tricks an die Hand, damit auch du diese erfolgreich einsetzen kannst. 
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, host Dave West continues his conversation with PST Gregory Fontaine about agile adoption in Japan. They dig into the challenges of agile adoption, the value of discipline in agile and Scrum, culture and more! (26:15)
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Scrum.org introduces Immersion Training, a unique alternative to traditional 2-day courses. It offers a flexible format with short sessions over weeks, promoting practical learning through real-world application and guided reflections for skill improvement. Immersion classes have the same learning o...
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Learning Series
Discover the learning objectives in the PSPBM course and explore some supporting learning resources.
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🍵 As I sip my morning cuppa, I find myself deep in thought about the state of organisational agility. 🔄 I've seen methodologies rise and fall, each promising to be the magic bullet for organisational woes.
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The Sprint backlog, a cornerstone of Scrum, offers teams a transparent view of their current work and progress. It's essential to differentiate between the Sprint goal and the Sprint Backlog, ensuring that teams set achievable goals while maintaining flexibility to adapt to changing needs.
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Wie du Workshops beendest, damit sie noch lange in Erinnerung bleiben
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Ihre Ursachen und wie Sie diese überwinden, z. B. durch empathisches Zuhören oder Mitgestaltung des Veränderungsprozesses.
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If you are a Product Owner (PO), you are essentially the owner of the product and most POs I come across know what that entails. However, I also meet POs who determine during the Sprint which items from the Sprint Backlog the Development Team should work on, or what the solution should be, or even p...
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Podcast
In this conversation, Women in Agile podcast host Leslie Morse talks with Andy Golding about the human element of navigating complexity and what we need to be thinking about in order to create more amazing experiences for people in the workplace. (39:24 Minutes)
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"How do you define Done when you’ve got dependencies outside the Scrum Team?” Dealing with Dependencies can throw a wrench into the process of even the most well-oiled Scrum Teams. It can be very challenging to get to a Done Increment when there’s something the team is depending on coming from outsi...
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In this Scrum Lightning Round, our team tackles a very challenging question: “How does a Scrum Team work when they’re dependent on vendors or other business units that don’t use Scrum?” It’s a common scenario when applying Scrum in the real world and a question we get asked often. PST's Jason, Robb,...
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The Scrum Guide is rather vague about how Product Backlog Items should be structured and how to make them transparent. That is by design because Scrum is intentionally incomplete. Understanding what attributes you are dealing with is helpful in creating a well-structured Product Backlog.
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🚀 Dive into the world of empiricism in Agile development! 🌍 Discover how inspecting and adapting, deeply rooted in Agile practices like Scrum, ensures organisations stay ahead of the curve. 🔄 Join me on this journey through the Scottish Highlands of Agile development 🏞️, where change is the only con...
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One question that often arises in the context of Scrum is whether individuals can be part of more than one Scrum Team. While there is no explicit rule against this in Scrum, it's essential to explore the implications of such arrangements on productivity and adherence to Scrum values.
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We have seen many Scrum teams attempt to resolve challenges by giving up and moving to Kanban. However, the decision to switch from Scrum to Kanban typically arises not from Scrum shortcomings, but rather from challenges in its implementation. In this episode, Jeff and Mike explore misguided reasons...
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The Product Backlog is crucial for Scrum to be effective. But for many teams, Product Backlogs are bloated, confusing, and hard to navigate. This blog discusses the challenges of building a great Product Backlog and what Scrum Teams can do to fight the bloat.
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Module
For agility to thrive, the culture of the organization must support the fundamental concepts of agility. The Scrum Values - Focus, Respect, Openness, Commitment, and Courage - create an environment where empiricism, self-management and continual improvement are more successful.
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Great product ownership has the potential to transform companies, making them almost invincible, even when economic skies are dark. But how does this happen? And what exactly makes a great Product Owner in these times of adversity? The secret sauce, I propose, boils down to three Vs: Vision, Value, ...
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Ten Reasons and Five Approaches on How To Overcome Them
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Wie kannst du das Daily Scrum verbessern? In diesem Beitrag erfährst du eine einfache Checkliste.
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Los equipos ágiles pueden utilizar una variedad de métricas para medir su desempeño y el progreso de su trabajo. Pero no solo eso, un equipo agile también debe ser consciente de que valor entrega y de cómo evoluciona la organización.
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) What is the role of a Scrum Product Owner? A Scrum Product Owner is responsible for defining and prioritizing the Product Backlog, ensuring the team delivers value to stakeholders, and maintaining alignment with the product vision. How can I improve my backlog pr...
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In Scrum, it is the expectation that the Product Owner makes the Product Backlog transparent. Making the Product Backlog transparent doesn’t just mean making it visible; it means making it easy to understand, to convey meaning, and to have it illustrate the ‘why’ behind the Product Owner’s decisions...
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As the world evolves, so does the essence of leadership. Traditional management, apt for defined problems, finds its counterpart in agile leadership, tailored for our world's intricate maze. Agile leadership champions creativity, self-managing teams, and environment creation, moving away from mere o...
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Scrum Values make the use of Scrum successful. How can you and your Team live these values during the Daily Scrum? Check it out!
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In this video, PST Chuck Suscheck defines what an Increment is in Scrum and shares an analogy that helps further define and Increment and the Definition of Done. (4:28 Minutes)
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Scrum has an accountability called “Product Owner”, but you’ll also come across people with the title of “Product Manager”. Are they the same thing? Related to each other? Is one better than the other? PST'S Gregory Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robert Pieper shed some light on this confusing topic in...
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Podcast
In this recording of a live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Ciprian Banica answers questions about the Scrum Master accountability, Product Ownership, measurement, how to improve your Sprint Retrospective and more!
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When we talk about desired stances of a Scrum Master - Change Agent is one of them and we emphasize that a Professional Scrum Master should be an effective Agent of Change. However, in my subjective point of view, we rarely mention the domain of Change Management explicitly and we do not emphasize t...
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