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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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Dieser Blog durchleuchtet sehr knapp wie die drei Ansätze zusammen passen
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Im ersten Artikel dieser Miniserie wurde festgestellt, dass man kein Zertifikat braucht, um gut in dem zu werden, was man tut, zum Beispiel als Scrum Master zu arbeiten. Sich zertifizieren zu lassen, kann jedoch ein guter Ratschlag sein, wie der Scrum Master Salary Report 2022 belegt: Es besteht ein...
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In questo episodio di "Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer", i Professional Scrum Trainer Aniello Di Florio e Fabio Panzavolta risponderanno alle vostre domande più scottanti su Scrum e sulle sfide che i vostri team stanno vivendo.
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Dies Frage kommt hoch, wenn wir die Verantwortlichkeiten des Scrum Teams und der Developer:innen diskutieren.
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The Scrum Guide defines Sprint Goal as the single objective for the Sprint, is a commitment by the Developers, and is part of the Sprint Backlog. While many agree the importance of it, equally struggle in creating a good Sprint Goal. So let me share with you how I helped a Scrum Team write a good...
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In this session, Eric Naiburg, Chief Operating Officer for Scrum.org, provides an overview of the Scrum framework. He’ll discuss how Scrum enables agility, and how an empirical process can empower teams that use it. You’ll learn about the empirical process in Scrum where decisions are made based ...
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Scrum is simple, but that simplicity means that each of its elements is essential.  The values, accountabilities, artifacts and events are all part of the framework for a reason.  Teams that mess with the framework are messing with Scrum.  Teams that make changes to the elements limit Scrum's effect...
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The first article of this mini-series established that you do not need a certificate to become good at what you do, for example, working as a Scrum Master.
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Ich bringe Teams bei, wie sie UX-Praktiken und Scrum verbinden können. Die 4 Fragen, welche in jedem Training auftauchen, lauten:
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Warum Sie keinen Nutzen aus Scrum ziehen können, wenn Sie nicht in jedem Sprint Done Increments erstellen – und wie Sie dieses Problem lösen!
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The theme of International Women's Day this year is Break the Bias. This theme calls on individuals to speak up against bias, stereotypes and discrimination. In Scrum, diversity is important for teams to thrive. Different perspectives, cultures, genders, races and backgrounds all add tremendous valu...
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Mejorar la eficiencia del tiempo de entrega para producir más producto en menos tiempo puede ser una buena alternativa en algunos escenarios durante el desarrollo de un producto, pero no necesariamente lo es en otros.
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Woran würden Sie erkennen, dass Ihr Scrum Master kompetent ist? Was sind Indikatoren für den Erfolg eines Scrum Masters? Ist die regelmäßige Verwendung der Confluence-Retrospektiven-Vorlage das gewünschte Signal? Oder ist die Suche nach den Faktoren, die zum Erfolg beitragen, vergeblich, da die Grün...
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In this episode, Dave interviews PST Steven Deneir based in Belgium about his experiences. (18:10 Minutes)
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In this 18 part series of short Scrum Tapas videos, Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Brook walks viewers through the Scrum Framework piece-by-piece, explaining each area and providing insights into how Scrum is used.  
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Welcome to Scrum Sutra — a series where I shall share a 2-min overview of each element of Scrum and how it connects with the other elements in the bead to form Scrum Sutra. Today, I shall talk about Sprint Backlog.
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Let’s talk about Product Owners and Scrum Masters. Can they both be the same person? A very common question I hear is can a Scrum Master be a Product Owner and well the answer is a little bit nuanced so watch and find out!
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Der Scrum Guide wurde im November 2020 aktualisiert. Mit unserem Vergleich des Scrum Guides 2017 und Scrum Guides 2020 erfahren Sie, wie sich Scrum verändert hat.
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The theme of International Women's Day this year is Break the Bias. This theme calls on individuals to speak up against bias, stereotypes and discrimination. In Scrum, diversity is important for teams to thrive. Different perspectives, cultures, genders, races and backgrounds all add tremendous valu...
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TL; DR: Scrum Master Success — My Top-Nine Indicators How would you know that your Scrum Master is competent? What are indicators for Scrum Master success? Is the regular use of the Confluence retrospective template one of the desired signals? Or is the quest to understand contributing factors fu...
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We all have strengths and weaknesses with the preferred stances of a Scrum Master. Like many of the teams we work with, being ‘key-shaped’ comes to mind – cross-skilled and competent at many things but having a deeper knowledge of certain stances more so than others.
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Nicht nur Google, Amazon und Spotify verwenden sie, sondern auch viele andere erfolgreiche Produktorganisationen. Die Rede ist von Objectives and Key Results (OKRs).
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As part of a coaching certification programme that I am on we were discussing the difference between Ethics, Values and Morals. You may think that they are the same or that there isn't much difference between the three aspects. Morals are rules set by culture/society, they have most likel...
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What are the problems or negative consequences with making decisions by committees?
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Some people love certifications, others, not so much! I am firmly in the promoter camp when it comes to certification Let’s explore the arguments for and against. I freely admit to my bias in this evaluation.
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Three simple retrospective formats based on the Liberating Structures "Conversation Cafe", "Troika Consulting", and "Discovery & Action Dialogue"
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Eine meiner Lieblingsübungen aus meinen Professional Scrum Master-Kursen ist die Frage, wie als Mitglied des mittleren Managements am besten Scrum Master Sabotage betreibt. Die Regeln der Übung sind einfach: Sie dürfen keine Form von illegalen Aktivitäten anwenden. Es kommt also nicht infrage, die A...
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Al hablar con los clientes sobre la creación de equipos Scrum de alto desemepño, las preguntas frecuentes incluyen: ¿A quién pongo en el equipo? ¿Necesito superestrellas en cada equipo? ¿Un equipo multifuncional significa que todos los miembros del equipo tienen que ser expertos en tod...
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With the rapid increase in the adoption of Scrum and other Agile frameworks over the past several years, I’m not surprised that a few misconceptions and myths about Scrum have surfaced.  While many more organizations embrace Scrum, many individual practitioners have not undertaken formal training.  ...
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Welcome to Scrum Sutra — a series where I shall share a 2-min overview of each element of Scrum and how it connects with the other elements in the bead to form Scrum Sutra. This bead is about Product Backlog.
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In this highly engaging talk at the Agile Camp Berlin 2021, Jimmy Janlén addresses the core element of “Agile,” it’s key to speed, innovation, and success: team autonomy. Learn more about its benefits, challenges, fears, and pains and what organizations can do to unleash it.
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3 Do-it-yourself workshops to create, use, and improve your Definition of Done
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Es war Weihnachten 2011. Wie in jedem Jahr verbrachten die Menschen die Feiertage im Kreis ihrer Familie und ihrer Liebsten und hielten diese Momente auf Fotos fest. Damit an diesen Momenten auch ihre Freunde teilhaben konnten, stellten sie die Fotos auf Facebook online.
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A learning model is a must to build a learning organization/team. Identifying and creating learning loops and cycles within the learning model is extremely important. In this article, I would like to share a learning model that I applied to the teams, helping them learn and develop.
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El Manifiesto Ágil aún es relevante para proyectos de precio fijo No me canso de recordar un mis capacitaciones y consultorias que el Manifiesto Ágil aun sigue siendo relevante y más vigente que nunca.
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“Carryover” is not a thing in Scrum, and I think we need to stop using that terminology. Because by giving it a special name, it gets normalized. Plus the term itself is misleading. In this post, I will talk about “carryover” really means and how to handle it.
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I made it. Over the last years, I have spent some amount of time obtaining the highest of Agile Pokemon badges: the Professional Scrum Trainer. I have to admit this is one of the best moments in my career so far.
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In this episode, Dave West interviews PST Reggie Gardner based in Utah, US about his experiences. (17:41 Minutes)
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Summer Lawrence shares perspectives on professional coaching.
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Eine meiner Lieblingsübungen aus meinen Professional Scrum Product-Owner-Kursen ist die Frage, wie als Mitglied des mittleren Managements am besten Product Owner Sabotage betreibt. Die Regeln der Übung sind einfach: Sie dürfen keine Form von illegalen Aktivitäten anwenden.
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The Product Owner is responsible for the ROI or return on investment. They represent the customer and the Product on which the scrum team is working.
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A well-refined Product Backlog is essential for high-performing Scrum Teams.  Without it, teams will likely struggle to deliver a Done increment each Sprint.  But like all things in Scrum, we must have a balance.  So, how far out should the Product Backlog go?  
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The role of leader is undergoing a seismic shift in our modern world. Career experiences have caused many of us to reconsider what leadership means. Leaders as gardeners is something worth considering.
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Scrum Values were added to Scrum Guide in 2016. Values are what makes Scrum fully uncover it's potential. These values include Courage, Focus, Commitment, Respect, and Openness.
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The 2020 Scrum Guide provides only the necessary guidelines within which teams use Scrum to deliver value. Sometimes, myths about the guidelines of the Scrum framework can result in teams adopting practices which do not add value to the Scrum Team. By exposing these myths, you can help accelerate th...
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One of my favorite exercises from my Professional Scrum Product Owner classes is how to best sabotage a Product Owner as a member of the middle management. The exercise rules are simple: You’re not allowed to use any form of illegal activity. So, outsourcing the task to a bunch of outlaws is out of ...
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Lors de mes formations officielles Scrum.org et en coaching d’équipes, on me demande souvent comment faire avec la nature centralisée des organisations. Dans cet article, je partage une alternative aux structures descendantes de nos organisations traditionnelles, les DAOs. Nous découvrirons ce qu’el...
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