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Stuck in a boring, neverending, meaningless Scrum rhythm? Give Scrum a break, and rethink what approach suits your team the best!
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How does your Sprint Review support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Events serves to adapt. So does the Sprint Review. Check out our tips!
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In this episode of the Agile Actually podcast, PSTs Martin Hinshelwood and Simon Reindl explore the importance of transparency, especially relating to the words we use (48:48 minutes)
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Der Weg zum Scheitern, eine nutzlose Metrik nach der anderen, individuellen Velocity über die Genauigkeit der Schätzungen bis hin zu den Auslastungsraten.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, we get to know Professional Scrum Trainer Andreanna Marshall! (25:38)
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🔥 Embrace Uniqueness: Carve Your Own Path to Scaling Success 🔥 Business Leaders, are you ready to unlock the true potential of your organization's scaling journey? 🚀 In my latest post, I delve into the importance of creating your own scaling practices and why it leads to long-term business success. ...
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Have a good team working agreement is great, but don't let it get in the way of effective collaboration.
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There are certain misconceptions and patterns that can hinder the effectiveness of the Product Owner and lead to conflicts within the Scrum team. In this article, we will explore three common anti-patterns related to the Product Owner's accountability in Scrum and discuss strategies to overcome them...
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How does a Scrum Master add value to a team and organization? It can be a little tricky. Do you focus on the team only? What if the Product Owner needs some extra attention? And what about the company itself, who helps its overall agility? Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robert Piep...
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Project Manager e Scrum Master sono due mestieri diversi. Se sei un project manager, senti parlare sempre di più di Scrum e vorresti capire cosa c'è di così diverso fra questi due ruoli? Perché dovresti scegliere fra l'uno o l'altro e non si può fare un pò dei due? In questo articolo provo a cond...
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Failing, one useless metrics at a time, from individual velocity to estimation accuracy to utilization rates.
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❓Wie sollte der Scrum Guide geändert werden? Welche Veränderungen ich vornehmen würde, kannst du in diesem Artikel lesen:
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We have some verbiage ideas, but we find that the reasons people have for changing Scrum are rooted in misconceptions.
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En un entorno ágil, abrazar el cambio de la mejor manera posible es fundamental para impulsar el éxito de los proyectos. En lugar de resistirse al cambio, se busca adoptarlo como una parte inherente del proceso.
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El Professional Scrum Product Owner - Immersion Program te permite aprender Scrum y el rol de Product Owner mientras lo practicas en tu empresa. En este artículo explico como lo hacemos.
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Back in 2012 when I was on the path to becoming a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer, I travelled to Boston to attend a PSM course run by Ken Schwaber (the co-creator of Scrum and Chairman/Founder of Scrum.org). It was a large class and people had flown in from all over the world. Everyone was exc...
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How does the Daily Scrum support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Events serves to adapt. So does the Daily Scrum. Check out our tips!
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Wenn Sie Scrum ernst nehmen, sollten Sie Ihre Scrum Master befähigen, mit der Organisation zusammenzuarbeiten. Ein Scrum Master ist keine taktische Rolle auf der Teamebene.
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Nick Muldoon, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Easy Agile, is joined by Dave West, CEO, and Eric Naiburg, COO, from Scrum.org. (40:35 Minutes)
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Product Owners have a variety of job titles ranging from Project Manager to Product Manager, From Business Analyst to Team Leader. Still, these job titles reflect the complexity of their work environment. In this blog, we discuss the messy reality of Product Ownership and provide a 2 by 2 grid focus...
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We all know it does. Hear how team size relates to agility and some tips to know if your team is the right size.
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En este artículo exploramos el papel fundamental del Objetivo del Sprint como faro que guía al equipo hacia el logro de resultados valiosos para el cliente y la organización. A través de ejemplos prácticos en los sectores de mantenimiento, tecnología, construcción y alquileres de apartamentos, descu...
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In this Scrum Pulse webcast, PST Roland Flemm and Alexey Krivitsky walk through the Org Topologies map and will share insights of a year of Org Design discovery.
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A Comparison of Traditional, Guided, Immersive, and Flipped Learning Approaches to accelerate your knowledge retention.
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If you take Scrum seriously, empower your Scrum Masters to work with the organization. Being a Scrum Master is not a tactical role at the team level.
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The Professional Scrum Master training is designed to help Scrum Masters (or those who want to become one). So what do you do if you want to learn Professional Scrum, but don't want to become a Scrum Master?
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Escape the Rinse and Repeat Cycle with 5 Sprint Retrospective Ideas
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Was unterscheidet eine Diskussion vom Handeln?
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User Stories are a vehicle for communication, not an excuse to make contracts within a team.
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Vamos a explorar las ideas de Nigel Thurlow sobre agilidad escalada. Además de eso, profundizaremos en los problemas subyacentes de liderazgo y comunicación que plagan las transformaciones ágiles.
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Unplanned work can throw off even the most organized teams or companies. To adapt to unexpected situations, it's important to ask the five W's. I've put together a helpful tool to help manage unplanned work on a Scrum Team. Use these 5W Questions to think critically before adding new items to you...
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A personal experience of identifying the ideal Product Owner
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In this short video, PST Nagesh Sharma shares 3 ways Scrum Teams can create more focus. (1:32 Minutes)
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How does Sprint Planning support adaptation in order to minimise deviations from agreed goals? Each of the Scrum Events serves to adapt. So does Sprint Planning. Check out our tips!
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This 2023 survey and report on the State of Agility in Procurement and Supply Chain shines a light on the need and desire for organizations to improve their business agility.
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In this conversation on the Women in Agile podcast Renae Craven and Sharon Robson explore what the future may look like in our workplaces and how we prepare our schools today so they can be happy in those future workplaces.
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Woher wissen Sie, dass der Scrum Master Ihres Teams erfolgreich ist? Ich habe dafür zehn Indikatoren aus der Sicht des Teams identifiziert.
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No, we can't cancel the Sprint Retrospective. Here's why.
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In this live session of Ask A Professional Scrum Trainer, Lavaneesh Gautam answers questions about the Daily Scrum, performance measurement, facilitating the Sprint Retrospective, Scrum with Kanban and more!
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Conflict in Scrum Teams will happen. Here are some tips for making it positive.
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In this episode, Jeff and Mike share some tips on how you can get the most out of your time!
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Nexus is a scaling framework that can be used to scale Scrum when there are three or more Scrum teams working together on the same Product. Teams using Nexus create a Sprint goal not only for each Scrum team, but also for all teams working together in the Nexus. This shared Sprint goal is called t...
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El Product Owner ordena el Product Backlog por valor, pero las dependencias y el riesgo pueden influir en el orden. Los criterios de valor y riesgo pueden tomar varias formas, por ejemplo, valor para retener clientes o atraerlos. Cuando queremos mejorar el valor actual asociado al objetivo de produ...
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From self-managing magicians to magic in metrics to vanishing obstacles: 10 indicators to identify successful Scrum Masters.
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Keine Passage des Scrum Guides stellt Scrum Master vor ein größeres Dilemma:
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Comment développer la confiance à travers l’autogestion, la sûreté psychologique ainsi que de l’Analyse Transactionnelle en tant qu’outils d’amélioration des relations et de la communication dans l’écosystème de Scrum.
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El Scrum Master desempeña un papel crucial en un equipo que trabaja en una cultura DevOps. Aunque el Scrum Master no necesita ser un experto en DevOps, debe tener un buen conocimiento de los principios y prácticas de DevOps. Básicamente, para poder ayudar al equipo a adoptar los principios Dev...
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How can the Scrum Master detect undesirable variances in progress towards agreed goals? Each of the Scrum accountabilities participates in one or more inspections. So does the Scrum Master. Check out our tips!
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Kann ChatGPT vernünftige Fragen für ein Scrum-Master-Interview generieren?
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The question we ask ourselves in this article is, "To what extent is Kniberg's graph still relevant to improving the performance of large-scale agile team collaboration?".
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