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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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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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Zertifiziert zu sein ist mittlerweile ein notwendiges Übel, um als Scrum Master eine gute Stelle zu erhalten. Neben einer relevanten Berufserfahrung sind Zertifizierungen das Kriterium, auf welches Recruiter achten. Kein Wunder also, dass mich in letzter Zeit immer mehr Anfragen mit der Frag...
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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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Jeff Gothelf: “Roadmapping ist im Zeitalter der agilen Produktentwicklung ein fehlerhaftes Konzept. Roadmaps sind ihrer Definition nach linear und wir bauen keine linearen Produkte und Dienstleistungen mehr.”
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The Sprint Review is an integral event in Scrum as it gives the platform to Scrum Team to showcase the product to stakeholders and invite feedback from them. But often find the seats with the shareholder’s name on them empty.
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast you get to meet Emily Lint, a new host joining the Women in Agile Podcast team. During the conversation Emily and our host, Leslie Morse, discuss the story of Emily’s career journey as she began embracing agile leadership after starting off as a ITIL pro...
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The empirical process—and its three pillars of transparency, inspection and adaptation—involves checking where you are at by doing something, seeing how you did compared to what you were trying to do, and devising and carrying out experiments (practicing, if you will) to try and get closer to your d...
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In this blog post, we describe the purpose of Generative Relationships STAR, how it works, and when you could use it with your Scrum Team.
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Epics and features are complementary Scrum practices that some Product Owners use to organize their Product Backlog. Like a folder structure, they are a convenient way to group PBIs into meaningful groups.
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Managers in organizations like to look at how their teams are performing. Traditional organizations often look at things like performance against plans to evaluate teams, but they need to ask themselves whether they are certain that the plans they develop will produce the results they desire. Most p...
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“Roadmapping is a flawed concept in the age of Agile. Maps, by their definition, are linear, and we don’t build linear products and services anymore. We build continuous systems.”
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Scrum zu skalieren bedeutet für verschiedene Menschen verschiedene Dinge. Woran liegt das? Ich vermute, es liegt daran, dass immer noch so viele Halbwahrheiten kursieren. Diese Mythen sind so vorherrschend, dass ich sie auch in jedem meiner Scaled Professional Scrum Trainings und auf Vorträgen...
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Leider wird Scrum und auch insgesamt ein agiler Ansatz missverstanden als Werkzeug um zu liefern basierend auf den Erkenntnissen, die man vorher durch Design Thinking und Lean Startup gewonnen hat. Tatsächlich kann man Scrum von Anfang an gewinnbringend mit Design Thinking und Lean Startup kombinier...
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In this episode, host Dave West interviews David Ingram, VP of Global R&D at Gillette about developing razors using Scrum and how they transitioned to Scrum to do so. (21:16 Minutes)
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This post is the first in an ongoing series revisiting the principles behind the Agile Manifesto. This post is focused on the following important principle – “Simplicity–the art of maximizing the amount of work not done–is essential.”
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Does it make sense for Project Managers to become Scrum Masters? It’s a very common practice that may have unintended consequences. Are Scrum Masters managing anything? Project management skills can be great to have on a team, but we have to learn how this works in Scrum Teams.
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Wirkungsvolle Ziele zu setzen, zeichnet erfolgreiche Leader aus. Allerdings bin ich davon überzeugt, dass diese Fähigkeit jeder beherrschen sollte. Hier erhältst du 3 Einsichten, die ich in den letzten 8 Jahren bei meiner Arbeit mit Teams gesammelt habe und die auch dir helfen können, effekti...
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Agiles Mikromanagement: Eine Pseudo-Verpflichtung zu agilen Prinzipien, die immer dann außer Kraft gesetzt wird, wenn es aus der Sicht eines Stakeholders oder Managers vorteilhaft erscheint.
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This episode is a re-release of a 2019 conversation the Women in Agile podcast host, Leslie Morse, had with Billie Schuttpelz about imposter syndrome and authenticity. This was the 11th episode of our series and it's fascinating how important many of these topics still are. (26:26 Minutes)
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Why did the Scrum Guide 2020 add commitments? What is a commitment? Let's look into ths!
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Many people using Scrum today have no formal training or are new to agile frameworks. It’s the perfect environment for myths and misconceptions to spread.
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3 Do-it-yourself workshops to help your Scrum team improve (the lack of) task- and relationship conflict
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How often have you been exposed to the conflict or different objectives between departments? If never, congratulations! You have probably seen and experienced healthy environments, meaningful shared goals, and true leaders. Keep on!
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi continues the first video on What the Scrum Master does all day and how the Scrum Master uses the 8 Scrum Master hats.
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Why a good strategy is still needed with a good product.
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As a minimalist framework, Scrum contains only what is needed. Every piece of the Scrum framework is there for a reason. When teams modify any part, they won’t get the full benefits of Scrum. In this article, we will discuss three of the worst Scrum “customizations.” Warning: don’t try these in...
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Agile micromanagement: A pseudo-commitment to agile principles only to be overridden whenever it seems beneficial from a stakeholder’s or manager’s perspective.
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„Wie kann ich mich auf die PSM-3-Prüfung vorbereiten?“ Diese Frage erreicht mich in letzter Zeit häufig über LinkedIn. Die meisten erwarten nun eine einfache Antwort auf diese einfache Frage. Am liebsten noch in Form eines Kochrezepts. Bereite X vor, füge Y hinzu, dreimal umrühren und einmal aufk...
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autogestionados para entregar valor. No hay recetas para lograr una transformación ágil, se requiere un trabajo duro y continuo para promover una mentalidad que lleve a formas diferentes de gestionar el desarrollo de producto a través del aprendizaje de los clientes y las capacidades de respuesta a ...
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Die Diskussion im Daily Stand-up dauert schon wieder ewig. Du weißt nicht, wie du eingreifen sollst. Du stehst nur hilflos daneben. Wenn dir dieses Gefühl bekannt vorkommt, dann bist du nicht allein. Tatsächlich geht es vielen Scrum Mastern am Anfang ihrer Karriere so. Bis sie durch viele Tri...
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With burnout always lurking around the corner for Product Owners, how do we identify areas of growth for ourselves?
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Effektiv arbeitende Teams erwecken den Anschein, dass sich die Teammitglieder blind verstehen. Das liegt nicht daran, dass die Teammitglieder auf telepathischem Weg kommunizieren, sondern daran, dass sie gelernt haben, was sie voneinander erwarten können. Eine Grundlage für eine hochperformante A...
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Scrum Master zu sein, ist nicht einfach. Wir sollen dem Team helfen, die Theorie hinter Scrum zu verstehen, die Mitglieder des Teams in Selbstmanagement coachen, Hindernisse aus dem Weg räumen, die die Entwicklungsgeschwindigkeit verlangsamen, und vor allem das Unternehmen so verändern, dass es v...
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Facilitieren ist ein schwieriges Wort. Es impliziert so viel und deshalb ist es schwierig, genau festzulegen, was gute „Facilitation“ eigentlich ausmacht. Komplexe Arbeit verläuft in den seltensten Fällen wie geplant. Scrum Master facilitieren die Arbeit des Teams, damit sie das Wesentliche n...
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Produktive Scrum Events, die sich mühelos anfühlen, passieren nicht einfach so. Sie werden situativ aus einzelnen, kleinen Bausteinen zusammengesetzt. Erfahrene Scrum Master bedienen sich dabei an ihrer Toolbox von Facilitation-Methoden und -Techniken, die sie über die Jahre mühevoll gesammel...
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Was passiert, wenn es kein Sprint-Ziel gibt – Sprint für Sprint? Wenn das Scrum-Team immer nur an einer zufälligen Auswahl von Aufgaben arbeitet, die zum Zeitpunkt der Sprintplanung am dringendsten zu sein scheinen?
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Keine Zeit für eine langwierige Facilitation-Ausbildung? 5 einfache Facilitation-Hacks, um alle Teilnehmer in deinen Onlineworkshops einzubeziehen:
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This episode on the Women in Agile Podcast is a re-release of a 2020 conversation our host, Leslie Morse, had with Brandi Olson about burnout. We revived this episode because of its original popularity as well as because the content is incredibly relevant.  
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Can Scrum be used outside software development? Absolutely.
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I hear the word “commitment” used in problematic and misleading ways all the time. This is true when I am teaching Professional Scrum classes and even when I am coaching good Scrum Masters. It often sounds like one of these statements: How do we know how much work to commit to? How do we make sure w...
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