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Are You Failing to Adapt?

January 26, 2021
I sat, as an observing consultant, in my third Retrospective of the day. I noticed high energy and openness as the room's buzz showed me signs that this team was genuinely collaborative...
Webcast

Zombie Scrum Survival Guide

January 21, 2021
On November 23, the book “The Zombie Scrum Survival Guide”, written by Christiaan Verwijs, Johannes Schartau, and Barry Overeem officially launched. In this book, they dive deep into what causes Zombie Scrum; something that looks like Scrum from a distance but lacks a beating heart. During the Scrum.org webinar, they offer you a fresh perspective on Zombie Scrum, share key insights from the book, and discuss their latest findings on the relentless on-going research. To give you a good start fixing Zombie Scrum in your organization, some of the most powerful experiments will be shared during the session! So join the webinar, and let's fight Zombie Scrum, together!
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Video in Portuguese: Scrum em 21 minutos

January 15, 2021
By Professional Scrum Trainer Antonio Costa Neto: Aprenda o que é Scrum, em poucos minutos, e de uma fonte confiável. Scrum é um dos assuntos que mais cresce, quando se fala de gestão de Projetos e Produtos. (21:32 Minutos)
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Spanish Edition - Pregunta a un Professional Scrum Trainer - Alex Ballarin - Guía Scrum 2020

January 12, 2021
La Guia Scrum 2020 se publicará en noviembre, y traerá novedades importantes. En esta sesión, podréis preguntar a Alex Ballarin, un Professional Scrum Trainer cosas como: ¿Cuáles son las novedades de la Guía Scrum 2020? ¿Por qué se han cambiado los aspectos de la Guía? ¿Qué mejoras pueden aportar a los equipos Scrum? ¿Cómo interpretarlas correctamente? ¿Cuál ha sido la evolución de la Guía Scrum desde su primera edición?

Getting started with a Definition of Done (DoD)

January 10, 2021
In my last post about Professional software teams creating working software David Corbin made a good point. How do you determining what “Free from fault or defect” means? Since that is different for each Product and may change over time you need to focus on Quality and reflecting that quality in a Definition of Done (DoD).