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- Scrum and Kanban: Make your teams better by busting common myths
August 30, 2017, 1:00 PM EDT (17:00 UTC)
Watch Recorded Webcasts
The Empirical Product Owner
Scrum and Money: Getting Funding with Scrum
Introduction to Scrum
How to Optimize Client - Agency Partnerships using Scrum
Being an Effective Scrum Master
Strategic Scrum & Agility as a Choice
ScrumOps: Making of a 21st Century Product Delivery Organization
What is Your Daily DOSE for Creating Happy and Engaging Teams?
Two Dimensions of Agile at Scale
Scrum in Government
Who is the Product Owner Anyway?
Dispelling the Myth that Scrum Teams Don't Think About Architecture
Management 3.0 & Scrum: How to Become a Next Generation Leader
Women in Agile: Empowering the Next Generation of Influencers
Software Craftmanship in Professional Scrum
Role of a Scrum Master (Special Spanish Edition)
Software Ethics Panel Discussion
Transforming a 25,000+ Person Consulting Company to Become More Agile
Multicultural Scrum the Impact of Culture on Living the Scrum Values
Myths, Misconception & Mysteries of Product Ownership
Scrum Guide Refresh July 2016
Scaling Professional Scrum with Visual Studio Team Services
Cage Fight: Product Owner vs. Product Manager
The Core Protocols
We're Moving to Agile: What Are Our Testers Going to Do?
Organizational Improvement: Using a Framework to Guide Your Change
Challenges in the Development Team
How to Ship Your Software with Confidence and Speed
Psychological Models in Scrum
Self Managing Teams: 4 Building Blocks and an Evidence Based Approach
Scaling Scrum and Agility
Transparency in the Trenches