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?
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 contributi
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 Product Owner.
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.
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.
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 it creates lots of doors of possibilities. In today's podcast episode I share four possibilities for Scrum Master career paths. Hopefully it also inspire those of you in the Human Resources or People Operations department to redesign not only career paths for Scrum Master but also career path at your company in general. Enjoy the podcast and have a great week ahead folks.
In Kürze: Die Scrum Master Zertifizierungen PSM I, PSM II und PSM III bestehen
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 arb
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 effectiveness and aren't really using Scrum.
This article discusses some of the things in the Scrum framework teams shouldn't mess with but often do.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
In Kürze: Scrum Master Sabotage – 44 Beispiele aus der Praxis
Eine meiner Lieblingsübungen aus meinen Professional Scrum Master-Kursen ist die Frage, wie als Mitglied des mittleren Managements am besten Scrum Master Sabotage betreibt.
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. It’s the perfect environment for misinformation and confusion.
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.
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.