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I confess that the first time someone told me that Scrum is based upon empiricism, I thought they were a little pretentious.  After all, it’s a five-syllable word for a framework with only five events.  Why make it so complicated?  But as I’ve coached more and more Scrum Teams over the years, I have...
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In this episode, Dave West interviews PST Fabio Panzavolta based in France about his experiences. (23:47 Minutes)
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Mehr Projektleiter wollen Scrum Master werden. Das ist ein nachvollziehbarer Karrierewechsel, denn „Software frisst die Welt“. Allerdings ist der Wechsel nicht einfach! Hier 3 Mindset-Shifts, die du vollziehen solltest, wenn du dabei erfolgreich sein willst:
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How many times have you heard statements such as, “This is not in my area of expertise”, “I don't know anything about it”, “That’s not my job”, “Ask another department” or “This is not what I studied for”? One might say that this is just their approach to gaining knowledge. It’s their style; to limi...
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Jeder kennt die Haltungen eines Scrum Masters. Kennst du auch die Haltungen eines Product Owners? Ein Überblick über die Haltungen, die Product Owner je nach Situation einnehmen können:
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What if not all of your Scrum team’s members feel enthusiastic about the Sprint Retrospective? How can you help them become dedicated supporters?
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Una de las primeras preguntas que siempre lanzo a los equipos y las organización que ayudo es la siguiente: ¿Vuestra planificación de sprint incluye objetivos de sprint? Con demasiada frecuencia, se menosprecia la importancia del Sprint Goal y se pasan por alto en favor de definir y organiz...
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Konferenz: nur trockene Vorträge voller langweiliger Theorie? Nicht so am Scrum Day 2022! Der diesjährige Scrum Day war gespickt mit Erfahrungsberichten und hilfreichen Werkzeugen. Hier stelle ich dir 3 Tools vor, die du sofort bei deiner Arbeit mit Scrum Teams einsetzen kannst:
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A recent question received via TheScrumMaster.co.uk was – “How can I get my first Scrum Master role and gain experience if the available jobs require 2+ years of experience? What do you advise?”
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In dieser 42. Hands-on Agile Session sprach Janna Bastow über Lean Roadmaps und OKRs.
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In tis blog post, Professional Scrum Trainer Venkatesh Rajamani walks through challenges Scrum Masters face and how to resolve them.
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Angehende Führungskräfte, die agil arbeiten wollen, haben es schwer! Zwar arbeiten die meisten Produktteams bereits nach Scrum, aber das Management vertraut weiterhin auf einen von Kontrolle geprägten Führungsstil. Die Führungskräfte, die in der Agilität die Arbeitsweise der Zukunft sehen und des...
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During the first year of the pandemic, Scrum adoption more than doubled for software development teams. According to the 15th Annual State of Agile Report, the use of agile approaches for software development grew from 37% in 2020 to 86% in 2021. This means that agile adoption for software develop...
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In this Hands-on Agile session, Janna Bastow talked about being lean while creating and maintaining your roadmap and how objectives and key results (OKR) may help meet that challenge.
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Welcome to Scrum Sutra – a blog series where I shall share a 3-min overview of each element of Scrum and how it connects with the other elements in the bead to form Scrum Sutra.
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As a new Product Owner what are some of the things you might want to consider to help you on the amazing journey ahead.
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Is it the Product Owner? The Developers? The Scrum Master?
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Did you know that there are 17 United Nation, sustainable development goals. Did you know that when you’re measuring value, you can consider societal value as part of that. And that could include consideration for those 17 United Nation sustainable development goals. Now those 17 United Nation susta...
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Cycle time is where we’re measuring how long a work item takes to get from one part of our workflow to another part of our workflow.
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How much money and time can actually be saved by automating your deployment pipeline?
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Welche Verantwortung übernimmt ein Scrum Master im Unternehmen? Scrum Master sind für die Effektivität des Scrum Teams verantwortlich. Behindert etwas den Fortschritt des Teams, dann übernehmen sie die Verantwortung dafür, dass dieses Hindernis beseitigt wird. Hier findest du eine Übersicht ü...
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Scrum ist eine Einstellung. Die fünf Scrum-Werte beschreiben diese Einstellung. Einerseits hilft das Scrum-Rahmenwerk, diese Werte zu entdecken und zu erleben. Andererseits können wir an der Umsetzung des Rahmenwerks auch erkennen, wo unsere Einstellung von den Scrum-Werten abweicht. Mehr ...
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Como agile coach de organizaciones y de personas, a menudo me encuentro que muchos gerentes se equivocan tanto porque descuidan la función de planificación. También me he encontrado muchas veces que me han dicho que cuando somos ágiles no planificamos. Y eso no es verdad. En la agilidad se pl...
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Product Goals were added to the 2020 version of the Scrum Guide. The idea of incorporating this concept was to emphasize the importance of having a longer-term goal than a Sprint Goal.
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Super smart people get stuck and insist on finding solutions all by themselves. Ego paired with stubbornness are the usual culprits that can hinder better solutions. Admit you don’t know. Ask for help. Create a learning culture by using modern tools to collaborate. Get some fresh air, grab a pop-tar...
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Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills™ is an interactive course designed to help Scrum practitioners develop a facilitator’s mindset, proficiency in facilitation skills, and learn when and how to select effective techniques for various circumstances. Strong facilitation skills enable better problem...
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How can we use Monte Carlo Probabilistic Forecasting to set expectations in scrum?
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Product Owner und Produktmanager Gehaltsbericht 2022 — eine kostenlose Studie für die Community
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In this episode, host Dave West interviews Tyson Bertmaring, Head of Partner Success at Dyno Therapeutics, where they discuss Tyson's experiences with Scrum and dive into the use of Scrum in BioTech. (23:09 Minutes)
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Who writes acceptance criteria?. Should you even have acceptance criteria? It's a loaded question, because it's assuming that we're using user stories. And in user stories typically you might say in order to deliver a particular type of value, some particular persona wants or needs something in orde...
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In our recent article “Why You Shouldn’t Modify Scrum,” we discussed five reasons why modifying Scrum is counterproductive.  We’ll expand on the topic in this article by exploring five more ways organizations sometimes change Scrum and the impacts they might experience as a result.  
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Why refinement is an essential skill for Scrum teams to create small, specific, and realistic improvements.
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In this webinar moderated by Patricia Kong, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma, Nagesh Sharma, Tony Lee share some common real-world challenges their clients and students have faced in their Sprint Reviews and ten adjustments that have helped them overcome these challenges.
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But when you have scrum, for example, you need to deliver an increment every single sprint and that increment needs to be done. So the team needs to have a thing called a Definition of Done and done does not mean met the acceptance criteria. Doesn’t just mean that, there should be other consideratio...
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How can you scale in Scrum and what scaling patterns can you use?
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Join the Product Owner and Product Manager Salary Report 2022 — an Anonymous Poll by the Community for the Community to create transparency.
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Besser Planung und Aufteilung der Arbeit führt nicht zu mehr Team-Performance. Die individuelle Auslastung von Teammitgliedern führt zu Engpässen. Wie kannst du individuellen Auslastung im Team vorbeugen? Meine bewährte Strategie hierfür findest du im Artikel:
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En el desarrollo tradicional, ya sea en cascada o iterativo, el “gerente de producto” es la persona que posee la hoja de ruta del producto, defiende el producto internamente y representa al cliente en las reuniones con el desarrollo. El desarrollo ágil marcó el comienzo de un rol llamado ‘Produc...
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An investigation of scientific research into what motivates teams, and how many of these insights informed the Scrum framework and other Agile methodologies
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Many people modify Scrum to fit popular project management tools like Jira. Removing parts of Scrum, like Product Goals, that don’t have an obvious fit seems to be the easiest option. A better approach is to modify tools and team processes to work with Scrum. Don’t learn Scrum from tools because the...
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PSTs Ryan Brook and Sander Dur are talking about their respective journeys and the challenges they encountered. in this episode of the Mastering Agility Podcast.
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SDLC is an acronym that means either Software Delivery Life Cycle or Systems Development Life Cycle. And it is a lie. A fiction. A total fabrication. Somebody made it up out of thin air many years ago and the idea was cemented deep into corporate bureaucracy.
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As a new Scrum Master what are some of the things you might want to consider to help you on the amazing journey ahead.
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Wenn funktionierende Software kein Garant mehr für Erfolg ist, ist das Manifest für Agile Softwareentwicklung dann noch zeitgemäß?
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Der 11. Teil des Leitfadens für das Scrum Master Interview befasst sich mit dem Sprint Review — Avoid hiring imposters!
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Would Wayne be a good Scrum Master? If you're familiar with the Hulu show "Letterkenny", then you most likely already have an opinion. You be the judge on if Wayne's catchphrases set him up for success in his interview for a Scrum Master role.
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La agilidad puede verse como una estrategia de negocio, una estrategia empresarial a través de la cual las empresas pueden mejorar, mantener y desarrollar su ventaja competitiva en el mercado. La agilidad es un cambio cultural que promueve el trabajo en equipo y la entrega de valor a los clientes. E...
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​​​​​​​According to the 2020 Scrum Guide, a Scrum Team should contain members with all the skills necessary to create an Increment of usable product each Sprint. Teams that approach their work from a product perspective find this cross-functionality easier to achieve than teams that organize around ...
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Evoking awareness is a gift coaches can give their clients. Forwarding that awareness through its application and actions is what makes good coaching masterful.
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The latest chapter of the Scrum Master interview guide addresses the Sprint Review. So far, the interview guide has been downloaded more than 23,000 times.
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