In this Webinar Professional Scrum Trainer Jim Sammons talks about the big "V" in Scrum, Value. Much is said about this term, but what "is" value? How do I find it? When I "think" I know what is valuable, what do I do next? How can I validate the value with my customers?
During this session Jim looks at some models around prioritizing work, understand what "negative value" is, and how to order work to improve feedback loops. All of this in the hope of delighting customers and user. Jim gives some advice on what to do when value isn't well understood and we just need to "get it done".
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Stephanie Ockerman looks at how Scrum Masters can use the Scrum Values as a starting point when coaching their Scrum Teams. She walks through some examples and experiences she has had coaching Scrum Teams. (4:33 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma reflects on an experience that he had working for a client and being in the middle of conflict between the client and another party who was providing members of the Scrum Team. Ravi discusses the importance of ethics, trust, agile principles and the Scrum Values in such a relationship and why in the end, this particular relationship was not following a pattern for success. (6:21 Minutes)
Is your management concerned about risking boat-loads of time, money and good-will on an "Agile Transformation" (I prefer "Agile Enablement"), only to have their hearts broken when they see nothing more than a bunch of Jira boards and "Daily Standups"?
Aunque la lista de competencias puede ser amplia y variar según el tipo de producto y el escenario a enfrentar las siguientes áreas de competencia pueden ser tomadas en cuenta para ser un gran Product Owner.
A problem with many teams is that they are not living in an environment where opportunistic discovery is supported or promoted. Teams are there to deliver, which we measure by monitoring their velocity. This is sadly a common practice.
What is up awesome people? In this vlog, I am doing something different to all of my other vlogs. The topic technical debt does not get talked about often in the agile space even though some of the agile manifesto signatories like Ward Cunningham and Martin Fowler have concerns about it.
This webinar That features Professional Scrum Trainers Guus Verweij and Bjorn van den Einden is an opportunity to learn more about Scrum.org classes. This webinar is in Japanese with live translation in English.
People in Belarus fight the dictatorial regime that purposefully removes all protest leaders. Under these circumstances, though, self-organization strives. Having a common bigger goal, people invent various kinds of protests and demonstrate unprecedented creativity and courage.
Somewhere between the 15th and 45th minute of the first pre-sales call, the prospect usually asks me - "Based on what you have heard about our company, by when do you think we will be 100% Agile Transformed and what will it cost...
Este canvas de Scrum.org te permite hacer una revisión básica de como ha adoptado Scrum tu equipo y organización para identificar mejoras accionables. Esta herramienta se usa mejor en un taller colaborativo con los miembros de los equipos Scrum, el management y otros roles relevantes de la organización.
El Product Owner es un líder que actúa de acuerdo a diversos escenarios y circunstancias. Ser un líder que atraviesa y vive estas situaciones exige que pueda adoptar diferentes posturas que le permitan mejorar la entrega de valor.
When I ask this rhetorical question in a training class or a coaching call, I often get knowing smiles and uncomfortable laughs. This problem shows up in Scrum Teams, and it shows up well beyond Scrum Teams. In this post, we will explore the 3 common challenges that lead us to end a meeting with the action item to schedule another meeting.
In this series of ‘In-depth’-posts, we take time to consider the bigger picture. This series is not about easy answers or practical tips, but to develop a more complete understanding of what may be going on.
What is the biggest mistake managers make as they transition from a traditional command and control culture to an agile culture based on Servant Leadership and Self-Organization? What is the single most important adjustment needed in an Agile manager's focus?
One of the key stances of the Scrum Master is being a Coach. Often coaching is perceived as the art of asking powerful questions. How many times while taking a coaching stance do you ever feel like you’re chasing the coachee?
In late 2018, Vodafone New Zealand set out to improve its customer experience by adopting a ‘digital first’ mindset. Investing in agile would underpin this approach by introducing ways of working that reduce complexity, improve collaboration and bring the customer to the forefront of each decision.
Have you found yourself facepalming in cringe-worthy Sprint Reviews that degenerate into finger-pointing and food-fights? What are the top reasons why this happens? Would you be interested in learning some course corrections that might help you break out of this unhelpful pattern? If yes, watch this recorded webinar to learn the top 10 lessons we have learned from real world clients who have improved the effectiveness of their Sprint Reviews.
I am continuing my exploration of the value of the Scrum Values for different people and roles involved in Scrum. Having explored the Scrum Values from a Product Owner perspective , I want to now consider the Scrum Values from the Stakeholder’s perspective.