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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, Professional Scrum Trainer Punit Doshi answers audience questions about New Scrum Masters, metrics, Sprint Retrospectives, Sprint Planning and more!
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My experience tells me that IT industry has some huge problems! First, there are many products for a lot of money that do not make sense. Second, products are created that solve the right problems in the wrong way. Third, products are created that solve the right problems in the right way but are no...
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What has served me well over the years is a combination of observation and asking questions. Congratulations on your new Scrum Master position! Now what?
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If you’ve ever wondered whether Scrum can work for hard deadlines, the answer is – yes!  Not only can Scrum work in these situations, but in my experience, using this agile framework increases the probability of meeting challenging  deadlines.
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After more than a decade of helping organizations travel on the path of Agility, it feels more like traveling on the path of Agile Suffering.
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Ever since Scrum Guide was updated last year in November 2020, throughout early 2021 I have been inspecting and adapting with several Scrum Teams on the most effective Product Goal.
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This is Dave West's presentation from Agile Camp Berlin - Increasing the Velocity of Value.
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TL; DR: Increasing the Velocity of Value w/ Dave West — ACB21 In this highly engaging speaker session from the Agile Camp Berlin 2021, Dave West talks about why orienting to value rather than work is a crucial requirement for building an agile capability: Velocity of Value. 🗞 Shall I notify yo...
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XU Exponential University of Applied Sciences, a University Partner of Scrum.org, qualifies students for tomorrow’s job profiles by offering innovative, future- proofed degree programs. All study programs uniquely combine academic teaching, first-hand expert market knowledge and practice-oriented le...
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"The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" is an awesome book. It is one of the biggest inspirations in my life! It is written by Steven Covey. The book describes... surprise, surprise, the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People :) I will present them but in the context of Scrum Master's work.
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Pourquoi cet article de blog ? Une question qui revient souvent en formation est : comment utiliser Scrum pour une équipe de plus de 11 personnes ? Dans cet article destiné à un public avisé, je partage ma compréhension de Scrum et comment je propose de l’expérimenter dans le cas partic...
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There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone.
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A real-life example of how we facilitated an online Sprint Review.
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There have been times when I have struggled mightily in my coaching relationships. Whether the relationship is with a person or with a team. The conversations are exhausting, draining for me. Likely for my coachee(s) as well.
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"We need to bring the IT resource managers along," I said.  "It's important that they understand their role in ensuring the success of the product". 
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How do you nurture innovation and develop intrapreneurs? This episode of the Xagility podcast with PST John Coleman addresses that with Denise Pereira Caravalho.
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Scrum.org provides high-quality level professional training. Professional Scrum Trainers are top-notch Scrum professionals delivering excellent training and training materials.
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In this highly engaging speaker session from the Agile Camp Berlin 2021, Viktor Cessan shares lessons learned as an agile coach when working with systems, resulting in evidence-based interventions.
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Technical Debt can be a difficult concept for people to understand, so lets try a metaphor. 
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Watching Euro2020, my daughter asked if a football coach could manage two teams at once.
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Podcast
Do you have a tough time delivering product frequently? Do you seem to always have carry over in your Sprints? Maybe you’re not refining your Product Backlog effectively. The audience asked their questions about Product Backlog management to PST Dr. Chuck Suscheck, in this episode of the Ask a Profe...
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In this webinar, Eric Naiburg, COO, Scrum.org, discusses the potential move to an agile way of working, the role of the Scrum Master, and what that means for people currently in the role of Project Manager.
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Let me introduce you to an example sketch based on the Tuckman model of group dynamics I use in my Professional Scrum Master training classes to make the effort and cost of creating a Scrum Team easier understandable.
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Scrum e il principio di unicità risponde ad una domanda che capita spesso in formazione: come usare Scrum per un team di più di 11 persone? In questo articolo destinato a un pubblico informato, condivido la mia comprensione di Scrum e come propongo di sperimentarlo nel caso partico...
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Datasheet
Download this datasheet to learn more about the Professional Agile Leadership = Evidence-Based Management training class.
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I was blessed with a partner who, on top of his skills as Agile coach, is a gifted graphic facilitator...
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What scientific research on team cognition tells us about high-performing teams
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Datasheet
Download this datasheet to learn more about the Applying Professional Scrum class.
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In this highly engaging speaker session from the Agile Camp Berlin 2021, Jutta Eckstein and Maryse Meinen point out the advantages of creating diverse, cross-functional teams to benefit your customers and your organization.
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Scrum is an agile project management framework that enables teams to deliver value in 30 days or less. The two most notable roles in Scrum are the Scrum Master and Product Owners. But for those new to Scrum, question we sometimes get asked is, can the Product Owner and Scrum Master be the same perso...
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I'm slightly uniquely placed in that I am a Scrum Master, Professional Scrum Trainer and Scrum Coach, as well as being a Rugby Coach, and as such I've always been intrigued by the name Scrum...
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Webcast
By combining Professional Scrum with Kanban principles and metrics we have a phenomenal opportunity to ask the right questions sooner, solve the right problems faster and measure more of what matters. In this webinar, Professional Scrum Trainer Jim Sammons discusses the Professional Scrum with Kanba...
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When creating any sort of product, it's important to understand whether we are moving in the right direction. But how do we know that? How do we measure that? And what metrics do we use for that? Agile organizations know that frequent inspection of results limits risk and improves the ability to del...
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In this special episode of the ‘Mastering Agility’ podcast, Patricia Kong and Sander Dur have a conversation about topics that are close to both of their hearts; shame, trust, and the experience of burning out. It seems that is the social standard to always say that everything is great, when asked h...
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Scrum Star (parody of All Star by Smash Mouth)
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Smells Like Scrum Spirit (parody of Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana)
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There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. While it is common to first look outside our team for impediments, such as dysfunctional processes or other systemic issues,
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El Objetivo de Producto define el norte y ayuda a visualizar de mejor manera el compromiso que debe lograr y aportar el Equipo Scrum en cada Sprint. Sin un objetivo de producto podría ser que no sea transparente o sea ambiguo el resultado que se deben lograr. Este objetivo mejora la transparencia, d...
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The Product Owner is a critical accountability in Agile and Scrum. And although the Scrum Guide doesn’t give much guidelines around great Product Ownership, the role is still absolutely necessary for great Agile and Scrum Teams.
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“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.” ― Leon C. Megginson, author of Small Business Management Though these words are often misattributed to Charles Darwin, Megginson’s concept of “survival of the fittest” is most applicabl...
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There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone.
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Scrum.org проводитиме вебінар із серії "Запитай Професійного Скрам Тренера" українською мовою. Подія відбудеться 9-го червня о 17:00 за Києвом.
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Webcast
In this webinar Dave West CEO of Scrum.org talks to Tyson Bertmaring, MBA, Head of Partner Success at Dyno Therapeutics, and Matt Abbinanti, Ph.D., Senior Program Manager at CRISPR Therapeutics on how Scrum works in Biotech.
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Arguably the most famous role in Scrum is the Scrum Master. But for those new to Scrum, it’s a bit of a mystery what a Scrum Master does day to day – here are five things that Scrum Masters do.
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As a Scrum Master myself, I am excited to see the accountability of the Scrum Master clearly defined so that the company who hires me has a clear expectation about what I will do at their company.
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Durante l’evento “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer” edizione italiana del 26 maggio 2021, con Massimo Sarti e Aniello di Florio, certe domande non hanno ottenuto risposta.
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TL; DR: Essential Agile Failure Patterns — When Noise Interferes with Signal There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. When Scrum becomes an element of an agile transformation...
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This blog post discusses how the Circles of Improvement from the book by Stephen R. Covey: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, work in Scrum.
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Quand nous devons résoudre des problèmes complexes, nous avons besoin de liberté (de pensée, expérimenter, etc…) pour apprendre le plus rapidement possible. Actuellement, la manière la plus répandue de travailler est de contrôler les personnes, car c’est ce que nous avons appris à l’école et c’es...
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Organizations need to move fast and receive ongoing feedback from customers to drive sustainable innovation through continuous discovery and value delivery. But there is a problem — dependencies.
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