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How does your Product Backlog support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Artifacts serve to adapt. So does the Product Backlog. Check it out!
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In this video, you'll learn four different factors that influence the order of a Product Backlog. You'll also learn more about the topic by walking through a scenario with a Scrum Team who is ordering their Product Backlog as a part of Product Backlog refinement. (5:45 Minutes)
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Time off and vacations/holidays are a reality for all Scrum Teams. What does Scrum say about this and how do you deal with a missing Scrum Team member under these circumstances?
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🎯#Agile Usable Products vs. Documentation in Traditional Project Management📝 💡Are you still torn between embracing Agile's nimble strides or holding onto the tried-and-true documentation-heavy Traditional Project Management? Let's crack the code! 🕵️‍♂️ In an ever-evolving software development landsc...
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Tests zur Selbsteinschätzung von Spotify über The Liberators bis zu selbst gemachten Tools
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The Sprint Backlog represents what the Developers plan to accomplish during the Sprint. Learn about the Sprint Backlog, Sprint Goal, how to use Sprint Backlogs effectively and investigate common antipatterns with the Sprint Backlog.
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Este artigo discute as diferenças entre as metodologias de gestão de projetos Agile e Waterfall. O Agile é flexível e incremental, adaptando-se às mudanças, e é adequado para projetos com requisitos voláteis e necessidade de entregas rápidas. O Waterfall é estruturado e sequencial, exigindo planejam...
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In our quest to improve the working place, we propose to view an organization as an ecosystem. #OrgTopologies is a framework agnostic thinking tool that will allow managers to purposefully design organizations for high performance. In this article, we describe an A-level ecosystem and how to improv...
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Part of the Scrum Master's job is to work with the Product Owner. This specific person has tried OKRs, but asked us what else is available to work with. There are many things and areas that you could try! In this video, Evelien and I dive into this question.
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The purpose of the Scrum Master is to enhance the efficiency and productivity of the Scrum team. It’s an important accountability for the success of the Scrum team, and yet, it is surprising that many people are uncertain about the qualities they should seek when hiring a Scrum Master. In this arti...
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It's very common to use waterfall to develop hardware since hardware can be very difficult to change once built. But have you ever wondered if Scrum can be used in hardware development? In this video, Professional Scrum Trainers Robb Pieper and Jason Malmstadt look at ways you can change how you mak...
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Discover how asynchronous meetings are transforming collaboration in today's fast-paced business world. Explore the challenges faced by Scrum Teams, particularly with stakeholders missing Sprint Review events. Learn about two experiments we have been running for effective Sprint Reviews: Recorded Sp...
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The Agile Leader's commitment goes beyond mere lip service to the Agile Manifesto. It's about creating a conducive environment for teams to innovate, collaborate, learn, and grow. It's about leading by example and embodying the principles and values that Agile upholds. But what exactly are these com...
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From Spotify to The Liberators to Self-Made: Eight Self-Assessments to Get You Started.
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Vom Diskutieren zum Handeln: 4 Entscheidungsregeln, die du unbedingt kennen solltest. Diese sind besonders wichtig, wenn du für die Produktivität eines Teams verantwortlich bist.
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Agile cannot be implemented effectively if the culture of the organization doesn’t evolve with the process. In this episode we invite a special guest, Jim Ruprecht (an agilityIRL founder), to share why and how organizational culture is so important.
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How lead- and cycle time are incredibly helpful metrics to drive change where it matters
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How does your Sprint in its totality support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Events serves to adapt. So does the Sprint itself. Check it out!
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Über die negativen Auswirkungen eines kompletten Produkt-Backlogs auf Innovation, die Fähigkeit Ihres Scrum-Teams, Werte zu schaffen, und Ihre Beziehung zu den Stakeholdern.
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🔍 *Agility in Red Markets: A Paradigm Shift* 🔍 Alpha organisations, once formidable, now face challenges in red markets due to their hierarchical structures. Slow decisions, stifled innovation, untapped talent, and customer disconnect are evident. In contrast, Beta organisations thrive with agility ...
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Sprint Retrospektive: 3 Schwierigkeiten, bei denen selbst erfahrene Scrum Master aufgeben, und Tipps, damit du nicht dazugehörst
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This episode of the Women in Agile podcast covers the complex and diverse nature of Agile in the Finance industry. (46:46 Minutes)
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The Increment is the latest version of the product that conforms to the Definition of Done. During each Sprint, the Developers work toward the current Product Goal by implementing Product Backlog items (PBIs) and integrating their individual work together. Learn about the Increment and its commitment, the Definition of Done. Investigate some common myths about the Increment.
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The Product Backlog represents all of the work the Scrum Team knows it needs to do in order to deliver the product. Teams can use the Product Backlog to make decisions about what they should do next. Learn about the Product Backlog, Product Goal, Product Backlog items and Product Backlog refinement.
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In this live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, David Sabine who is based in Canada will be available to answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams have.
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Another question we frequently get is whether Scrum Masters are truly needed. We can do the work without the Scrum Master, right? In this week's video, Evelien Acun-Roos and I address this question. To give you a quick answer; no, we don't think there's ever a point where you can do without the Scru...
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Scrum e la reazione autoimmune aziendale è una riflessione sulla mia esperienza dell’applicazione di Scrum professionale in azienda. Rivela i meccanismi socio-aziendali, ai quali ho assistito, che impediscono di trarre massimo beneficio dallo sviluppo empirico di un prodotto.
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Découvrons Scrum, les DAO, et les nouvelles formes de coordinations humaines dans ce podcast
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The purpose of the Scrum Master is to improve the effectiveness of the Scrum Team. And yet, so many people don’t know what to look for in a Scrum Master or how to evaluate the Scrum Master’s performance. A great Scrum Master possesses a unique blend of technical expertise, leadership skills, and int...
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Earlier this year I was in an Ask a PST session with Scrum.org hosted by Lindsay Velecina. It was awesome, with hundreds of people attending the event. With so many people joining, it was impossible to answer every single question on the spot. So I invited Evelien Acun-Roos to answer these questi...
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What does "ready" actually mean and maybe more importantly what does it not mean?
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Despite the headline, Agile transformations and evolutions can also succeed! Key ingredients include getting the right level of leadership involvement and an organizational commitment to learning.
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Learn about an oversized Product Backlog’s negative impact on innovation, your Scrum team’s ability to create value, and your relationship with stakeholders.
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In this article, Professional Scrum Trainer™ Gregory Fontaine discusses how organizations can benefit from implementing Scrum and other agile development approaches, typical challenges they face, and some tips to avoid or overcome them.
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Eine agile Transformation geht über die Übernahme von Frameworks wie SAFe® hinaus; dies sind m. E. die sieben gängigsten Probleme bei der Skalierung agiler Praktiken.
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How does your Sprint Retrospective support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Events serves to adapt. So does the Sprint Retrospective. Check it out!
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Uncover the secrets of outcome-driven roadmaps and learn how aligning product vision with a clear strategy can drive meaningful results for your business.
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Scrum Master job descriptions typically include the following: “Help remove impediments for the team” or “Accountable for removing impediments”. Organizations clearly find impediment removal to be an important aspect of the role. But what is meant by impediments? Should a Scrum Master remove all the...
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🚀 Urgent Call for Agile Transformation 🚀 Alpha organizations, relics of the Industrial Age, are hierarchical & slow, ill-suited for today's dynamic 'Red' markets. Enter Beta organisations: agile, decentralised & adaptable, bred for innovation. But sadly, agility is losing the battle. Quick fixes won...
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In our latest episode, I refer to a former client who did an amazing job at making production outage retrospectives a safe space to learn. Hopefully sharing your story helps others to do the same.
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Eine der größten Fehleinschätzungen lautet: Scrum Master sind Facilitatoren. Warum diese eine Fehleinschätzung ist, kannst in diesem Artikel lesen:
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According to the 2020 Scrum guide, “Scrum Teams are cross-functional, meaning the members have all the skills necessary to create value each Sprint.” But what does that mean, exactly?
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この記事では、Professional Scrum Trainer™ Gregory Fontaineが、組織がスクラムやその他のアジャイル開発アプローチを導入することでどのようなメリットが得られるのか、直面する典型的な課題、そしてそれらを乗り越えたりするためにいくつかのヒントについて説明します。
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Are you looking for a Scrum Master job? If so, you're in luck! In this vlog, Professional Scrum Trainers, Andreanna Marshall and Scott Adams talk about what you need to know to land the Scrum Master position you're  dreaming of. In this video, we'll cover everything you need to know to be a succe...
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Esse post aborda uma disfunção comum em Times Scrum, onde a Daily Scrum se torna um relatório de status, prejudicando a colaboração. São oferecidas sugestões para promover foco na Meta da Sprint, no fluxo, na entrega de valor e na melhoria contínua, além de destacar a importância dos Valores do Scru...
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Una responsabilidad de los líderes ágiles es lograr ayudar a crear un ambiente cultural propicio para el trabajo con equipos motivados e impulsados con propósitos trascendentales que los impulsen a lograr grandes resultados.  La motivación depende en gran medida de la capacidad de ayudar en lo posib...
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Merely Implementing one of Several Frameworks for Scaling Agile Won’t Fix Agility Issues
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Die Wahrheit über Brainstorming als Technik im Refinement.
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The three Scrum artifacts represent work or value. They help us maximize transparency, making it easier to inspect and adapt our way toward better outcomes. Let’s look at the commitment for each artifact to uncover their critical role in enabling the business benefits of agility.
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