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The concepts of iterative and incremental development are central to Scrum. What do they mean, and why are they important?
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This video explores the dynamics of diverse perspectives in Scrum Teams. You'll learn why teams should acknowledge their misunderstandings and build empathy in order to truly build shared understanding when making decisions. (5:26 Minutes)
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Gaining knowledge for your future requires intentional effort. With current technology there is little excuse to not level up every week and lock new information in. Discover what works for you and make a routine of it because as Louis Pasteur said, "Chance favors the prepared mind"
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Was halten Sie von der Retrospektive: Eine Routineübung am Ende eines Sprints, unterstützt durch Standardarbeitsanweisungen? Oder ein wichtiger Teil der Bemühungen eines Scrum-Teams um kontinuierliche Verbesserung?
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Podcast
In this 2021 conversation, Marjorie Anderson joins Women in Agile podcast host Leslie Morse to explore how community building serves our teams and organizations. The episode is aptly named after a quote Marjorie drops early in the episode, “Agile is Community, Community is Agile.” As you listen you’...
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Scrum Teams are cross-functional. This is often perceived as “you should be able to do all the work of the others in the team”. Can you imagine how tough that must be? Luckily for us, this is a common misconception. But what DOES it mean? And what skills are Scrum Teams lacking? PST Daria Bagina joi...
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A Developer on a Scrum Team. What does that actually mean? What do they do? Explore some common myths, and discover what’s expected from Developers on a Scrum Team.
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The Scrum Team consists of three accountabilities: Developers, Product Owner, and Scrum Master. Yet Scrum Team accountabilities and responsibilities can be confusing, misunderstood, and lack shared understanding between its members and the organization. This exercise makes transparent the accountabi...
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What is your take on the Retrospective: A routine exercise at the end of a Sprint, supported by standard operating procedures? Or a critical part of a Scrum team’s journey of continuous improvement?
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A do-it-yourself workshop that uses Appreciative Interviews to share success stories from the past, Ecocycle Planning to create transparency about the present, and 15% Solutions to identify improvements for the nearby future.
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The values set out in the Scrum framework are essential because they help us to navigate complex work environments as a team. At first glance, they appear straightforward but living the Scrum Values each day is challenging whether this is your first or fiftieth Sprint together. If you’re a Scrum Mas...
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El coaching, como trabajo a tiempo completo y forma de vida, es más complicado de lo que parece. Sin embargo, cuando se hace de manera efectiva, da un valor enorme. El coaching solo es un pata de las competencias del Agile Coach y ahora lo vamos a analizar.
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Die folgenden 14 Grundprinzipien beschreiben in groben Zügen die Grundlage für einen erfolgreichen Ansatz zum Refinement des Produkt-Backlogs.
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Podcast
In this episode you hear from Queirra Fenderson, the keynote speaker for the WiA 2022 event in Nashville, TN as part of the Agile2022 conference. In her discussion with our host, Leslie Morse, she explores her wisdom in ambition and intuition. (52:18)
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Use the Liberating Structure "Social Network Webbing" to find people in your organization who are facing similar impediments and work together to remove them.
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Whitepaper
Scaling agility means different things to different organizations. For some, it’s simply getting a lot of teams using empiricism to make better decisions by using fast feedback loops. While this can be challenging, the difficulties mostly relate to growing enough high-performing, self-managing teams...
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The Scrum Master is basically a Project Manager right? Nope. Think beyond running Scrum events and taking notes. There is a lot more to being a master of Scrum. Discover what a Scrum Master is AND isn’t and learn the importance of self-management.
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The best Scrum teams that I have worked with were supported by management leaders focused on removing impediments, providing resources, and promoting an agile mindset and culture that supports the Scrum values. It’s not an easy job. Making it more challenging are the agile leadership myths out there...
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Agile for Humans has launched a new YouTube series called SUCCESSFUL FACILITATION. Episode 4 explores a facilitation technique: Training From the Back of the Room.
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This case study highlights how Hospital Sírio-Libanês based in Brazil used Scrum to drive its agile transformation across departments and pivot during the Covid-19 pandemic, reducing losses and expediting critical services, while also incorporating elements of SAFe.
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An approach for categorization of the Agile Principles to help see themes.
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Garbage in, garbage out: Learn about 14 first principles to help your team succeed with an actionable Product Backlog.
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Zwischen keinem Begriff herrscht so viel Verwirrung wie zwischen der Definition of Done und Akzeptanzkriterien. In diesem Beitrag teile ich mit dir eine Frage. Mit ihr kannst du entscheiden, ob etwas Bestandteil der Definition of Done oder ein Akzeptanzkriterium ist. Viel Spaß beim Lesen!
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Muchas veces me preguntan lo siguiente: ¿Qué es un equipo multifuncional? ¿Qué es un equipo multidisciplinar? La respuesta es que un equipo multifuncional es un grupo de personas con una variedad de conocimientos que se unen para lograr un objetivo común. Por lo general, los empleados de tod...
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Great facilitation makes it easier for everyone to participate, collaborate, and find shared understanding to reach the desired objective. Facilitate effective Scrum events and other meetings by starting with a well-thought-out facilitator guide.
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Agile for Humans has launched a new YouTube series called SUCCESSFUL FACILITATION. Episode 3 explores a facilitation technique: Liberating Structure 1-2-4-ALL
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El Product Owner no toma la decisión final sobre los cambios en el Sprint Backlog pero puede negociar con los Desarrolladores para lograr lo mejor para el producto y los clientes. Durante el Sprint el Sprint Backlog puede cambiar, los Desarrolladores pueden descubrir nuevo trabajo o el Product Owner...
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Podcast
In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs Daria Bagina, Shirley Santiago and Mary Iqbal answer questions about Scrum and the challenges faced facing when using Scrum in a setting that is not software-based. (59:21 Minutes)
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During this 2022 conversation, Alena Keck and Emily Lint peel back the curtain on successful Transformation teams: how they look and what makes them successful. Whether you are using the Scaled Agile Framework and creating a Lean-Agile Center of Excellence (LACE) or just want to start a successful t...
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Agile for Humans has launched a new YouTube series called SUCCESSFUL FACILITATION. Episode 2 answers the question: "What are Liberating Structures?"
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi break down and maps the project management activities done by the Scrum team.
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Innovation and creativity are crushed by common organizational practices. Urgency, stress, multitasking, back-to-back meetings, all contribute to the issue. Break the rut by creating intentional space for innovation and unlock your creativity.
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How often have you thought: "This Sprint Review is useless and boring!" or "We are just reviewing internally what we already have seen before as a Scrum Team. We have no new feedback. Let's skip this event. Waste of time."
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Scientific insights into what creates stress, and how motivation can buffer it. With 5 practical ways to reduce stress and increase motivation
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So you recently started using Scrum and are struggling to get the most out of the Scrum events? Or, maybe your journey with Scrum has been going on for some time and you still feel that something is missing in your meetings. I hear you! It might be challenging to switch from well known and understoo...
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Zehn einfache Prinzipien eines kritischen Scrum-Erfolgsfaktors, die Ihnen helfen werden, die Effektivität, den Teamgeist und die Reputation Ihres Scrum Teams zu verbessern.
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Agile for Humans has launched a new YouTube series called SUCCESSFUL FACILITATION. Episode 1 answers the question: "What is facilitation?"
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In this short Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Yuval Yeret discusses why OKRs and EBM (Evidence-Based Management as defined by Scrum.org) have some interesting synergies. (1:55 Minutes)
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La facilitación se enfoca en ayudar a crear un entorno saludable y de seguridad donde las personas puedas generar ideas en forma creativa y de usar los diferentes puntos de vista para lograr soluciones definidas en un trabajo en equipo. Las técnicas de facilitación junto con los valores pueden po...
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Everyone on the Scrum Team should level up their facilitation skills. In this video, Todd and Ryan explore why this skill is essential to a Scrum Team and how to improve in this critical area of complex work.
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In this Introduction to Facilitating Sprint Planning video, you'll learn how and when to use facilitation techniques such as roman voting, visualization, and powerful questioning so that your team can leave Sprint Planning with a Sprint Goal that is in pursuit of the Product Goal and an initial plan...
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10 simple principles of a critical scrum success factor to improve your team’s effectiveness, team spirit, and reputation.
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Leggendo questo articolo potrete farvi un'idea sulla Community Collective Genius Italia, creata per dare e ricevere aiuto sull'applicazione di Scrum al lavoro.
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Im Daily Scrum deines Teams sprechen immer nur die Gleichen und jeder rechtfertigt sich, was er gestern getan hat? Das Resultat davon ist, dass sich das Daily Scrum ewig hinzieht. Im Folgenden findest du drei Facilitation-Tipps, die dir helfen werden, das Daily Scrum innerhalb der vorgegeben Tim...
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I think of the three accountabilities in the Scrum framework as creating a balance of power.  But what happens when an individual fulfilling one (or more!) of the accountabilities in Scrum gets a bit — um — power hungry?  In this article, we will discuss a few examples of how people fulfilling each ...
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A quoi correspond la facilitation dans une Scrum Team ? Qui s'assure que les événements sont correctement facilités, et comment ? Comment le Scrum Master peut servir la Scrum Team en passant le relais à ses co-équipiers ?
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi elaborates the synergy between the Product Owner and Scrum Master when collaborating together.
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Infographic
Scrum.org has created these Professional Scrum Competencies to help guide an individual’s personal development with Scrum. The flow chart will help you better understand how our Professional Scrum Training courses map to the different Competencies and Focus Areas.
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Daily Scrum events are filled with 3 questions and meandering discussions about tickets that are in progress. Too many topics and not enough time is the typical opinion. So, how about that Sprint Goal? Likely it’s missing or it’s the token “get all the work done” goal. Stop dividing and conquering. ...
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Many new Scrum Masters need help to gain facilitation skills to leverage the potential of diverse perspectives within their team. By improving facilitation, it should also help to improve the interactions within Scrum events and also improve participatory decision making. The purpose of this blog po...
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