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Was haben eine Agile Transformation, die Dienstleistung einer Personalabteilung und ein Softwareprodukt gemeinsam?
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Imagine the stress of getting to work and observing your heart rate rising. It feels as if everyone is out for blood, anything you say can be used against you no matter how genuine it may seem-and managers don't really know what's going on either; they've got favourites among their team members who ...
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This blog talks about Integrating UX with Scrum.
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Hoy me vengo arriba un poco. Vengo a comentar que competencias creo que tendría que tener un líder agile.
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In 2020 the Scrum Guide introduced the classification of three commitments - The Product Goal The Sprint Goal The Definition of Done. The Sprint Goal and the Definition of Done already existed in Scrum. With the addition of the Product Goal, the three commitments became core to Scrum...
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When I coach, consult and teach classes, I often get questions about creating an agile maturity tool or defining agile maturity metrics. Agile Maturity metrics are used by many businesses to better understand their present agile practices and monitor to improve them. I understand the need for this k...
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An investigation of three schools of thought on team development and high-performing teams
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In dieser spannenden 38. Hands-on Agile-Session ging Roman Pichler auf eure Fragen zur Product Owner Rolle ein. Die Themen reichen von Produktmanager vs. Product Owner vs. Business Analyst über die richtige Größe des Product Backlogs bis hin zur Verknüpfung von Produktvision und Product Goal und Spr...
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Scrum es un marco de trabajo con un cambio cultural, usar solamente la parte visible ignorando la parte cultural que se basa en los principios y valores pueden llevar a no usar Scrum adecuadamente y no aprovechar sus beneficios.
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Some years ago, I was working with a team developing a new product at a technology company.  The team was concerned that their Time to Market (T2M) was too slow, and they believed that they would be able to improve it by automating their build-and-test process. Automating any manual process is usual...
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If you are a Star Wars fan like me, then you know that Star Wars is more than a story; it’s an Epic which holds many important life lessons.  Below are the top five things I learned about Scrum from Star Wars.
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In this episode, Dave West interviews PST Stefan Wolpers, based in Germany about his experiences. (20:13 Minutes)
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In this interactive session, Richard Kasperowski from With Great People, lays out the case for Continuous / Extreme Teaming. Session participants will join in a flight of fun learning activity-sets. These will give you a taste of team awesomeness and how to start when you go back to work.
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How to support Scrum Teams to effectively bridge the gap between their current and desired state
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In this energizing 38th Hands-on Agile session, Roman Pichler delved into your questions on the role of the Product Owner. The topics range from product manager vs. Product Owner vs. business analyst to the right size of a Product Backlog to linking product vision to Product Goal and Sprint Goal. ...
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Die neue Art, im digitalen Zeitalter über Produktmanagement nachzudenken, besteht darin, das Produkt als eine Data-Mining-Maschine zu sehen.
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Me cuesta mucho imaginarme una capacitación sin que algun participante me pregunte por la daily. 
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Agile implementations shift culture, yet many organizations limit themselves to the bare minimal execution of a framework and call that Agile.
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To date, less than 1500 people have passed the Scrum.org PSM III or PSPO III assessments and gained the associated certifications. This has always struck me as a low number. The post will explore why that might be, why the number should not be so low and why you might want to consider gaining one of...
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Quando si cerca di prevedere il futuro, si è raramente nel giusto. Le stime probabilistiche aiutano a migliorare le previsioni di uno Scrum Team.
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Immer wieder habe ich es erlebt: Scrum Teams arbeiten an mehreren Produkten parallel. Erstmal sei gesagt, dass es enorm stressig für die meisten Mitarbeiter:innen ist an mehreren "Baustellen"  gleichzeitig zu arbeiten.
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Willkommen zum Sprint Anti-Patterns-Artikel aus unserer Serie über Scrum-Anti-Patterns. Ich adressiere in diesem Artikel sprintbezogene Fehlverhalten der drei Scrum-Rollen, der Stakeholder bzw. Interessenvertreter sowie des IT-Management.
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We are unique because we can choose to detach ourselves from hardwired biological goals. 
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainers Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley answer the audience's burning questions about Scrum and the challenges they are facing including questions around metrics, Scrum Team dynamics, the Scrum Values, Scrum Master tips and more.
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Produktentwicklung ist komplex. Scrum Master sind Manager dieser Komplexität.
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What is an Increment and how does it connect with the other elements of Scrum?
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The Professional Agile Leader is a realistic, practical guide, written by three Scrum pioneers who demonstrate proven ways to foster responsive and adaptive team cultures. They structure powerful lessons around a case study based on decades of experience helping agile leaders achieve and sustain tra...
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Try this experiment and go on a journey to find your real stakeholders!
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​​​​​​​The concept of iterative, incremental Product delivery is included in the Scrum Guide.  But did you know that the Agile Manifesto refers to incremental, iterative delivery in at least 3 of the principles?   
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TL; DR: 28+2 Sprint Anti-Patterns from Sprint Stuffing to Gold-Plating Welcome to the Sprint anti-patterns article from my series on Scrum anti-patterns, covering the three Scrum roles—pardon me: accountabilities—and addressing the contributions of stakeholders and the IT/line management. Moreove...
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Recently I had an epiphany, realising that most of my writing has been for Product Owners and how to they should interact with the environment, but what about how to interact with Product Owners? What are some characteristics and traits you may encounter as a stakeholder, manager or leader of a Prod...
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Wenn dein Team auch Probleme damit hat, gute Sprint-Ziele zu formulieren, dann lass mich dir mein Rezept geben. Es wird dir eine Menge Zeit ersparen.
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Scrum.org has an intentional focus on increasing the diversity of our Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) Community. As a result, we are pleased to bring you opportunities specifically for women and non-binary Scrum practitioners who are interested in learning about the journey to becoming a PST
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Me he encontrado muchísimas organizaciones que lo primero que quieren hacer la agilidad de lo grande. En lo primero que piensan es en cambiar enteras. Si somos 5000, vamos a hacer un plan para cambiar los 5000. Y Roma no se hizo en un día. Se fue construyendo con el tiempo.
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Nach meiner Erfahrung ist das Daily Scrum das Scrum-Ereignis mit der höchsten Anti-Pattern-Dichte unter allen Ereignissen. Erfahren Sie mehr über die Daily Scrum Anti-Patterns, die Ihren Weg zur Agilität gefährden.
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Un producto tiene un sólo Product Backlog y es gestionado solamente por un único Product Owner. El Product Owner es responsable de la visión, aclaración, ordenamiento del Product Backlog y valor final que proporciona el producto o servicio. Este Product Owner puede recibir ayuda de los Desarrollador...
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In dieser Episode von “Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer”, beantworten die Professional Scrum Trainer Marc Kaufmann und Simon Flossmann Fragen über Scrum und die täglichen Herausforderungen Eurer Teams.
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Professionalism is a key part of our identity at Scrum.org. We spend a lot of time thinking about how to bring professionalism alive for our learners, our trainers and the broader community. What does professionalism mean in a broader context than Scrum? How do we bring it alive for Scrum practition...
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Recently I was asked to answer some questions for a journalist on how to structure IT organizations. The questions were interesting and I wanted to share my responses here.
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In this podcast episode, Host Dave West interviews Ferzeen Anis based in Australia about her experiences with Scrum that led her to become a PST. (18:26 Minutes)
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In this blog post we will give examples of Increments and why it is important to have Done Increments
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Teams that change the framework are not using Scrum and are missing out on some of its benefits.  The Scrum framework consists of 5 events, 3 accountabilities, 3 artifacts and five values.  Today, we will talk about the order of the events in Scrum. 
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TL; DR: 24+2 Daily Scrum Anti-Patterns In my experience, the Daily Scrum is the Scrum event with the highest anti-pattern density among all events. Learn more about Daily Scrum anti-patterns that threaten your Scrum team’s success, from becoming a reporting session to assignments to answering the...
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Bei der Skalierung von Scrum balancieren wir Kosten und Aufwand mit Nutzen und Vorteilen. Kosten und Aufwand werden durch zusätzliche Teams verursacht. Nutzen und Vorteile entstehen dadurch, mehr potentiellen Wert in gleicher Zeit zu liefern.
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The new Scrum Guide 2020 mentions Scrum is founded on empiricism and lean thinking. In this post, Anand Pandey dives into how to identify waste.
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What's up awesome people? I hope you are well and keeping safe. I have been asked many times recently about the career paths for Scrum Master. I personally think Scrum Master should not be a job title. But what does that mean to Scrum Master career path if Scrum Master is not a job title ... I think...
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A detailed description of how the Scrum Master role embodies 6 stances, and why I don’t consider “servant leader” and “manager” valid stances anymore
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Hoy he venido profundo y filosófico. Siempre en mis formaciones comento la diferencia entre ordenar y priorizar.
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Professional Teaching is a complex skill that requires practitioners to probe, sense and respond to a changing learning environment. As Scrum Masters, we are naturally at home within complexity, and therefore the ability to apply empiricism to learning should be simple.
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In Scrum soll ein verwendbares Increment und in Design Thinking sollen nur Prototypen erstellt werden. Wie kann das trotzdem zusammen passen? 
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