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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to Sprint Planning? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (67)
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I was recently asked, "Is Scrum dead? Or is it just "rebranded #waterfall"? Or will it be made obsolete by XP? Join me as I discuss these questions.
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Learn the core differences between Scrum and traditional project management in this video with PSTs Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Gregory Crown.
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The Sprint Retrospective is an event that provides a forum for reflection, enabling the team to pause, look back, and openly share accomplishments and problems, nurturing a sense of unity and trust.
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Die folgenden Scrum-Master-Interviewfragen und Antworten sollen ein differenziertes Verständnis der Erfahrungen und Fähigkeiten eines Kandidaten bei der Anwendung von Prinzipien der agilen Produktentwicklung vermitteln.
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This video by PSTs Greg Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robert Pieper will help you boost your Sprint Reviews with simple, effective strategies. Learn how to gather valuable feedback that will improve your projects, and improve stakeholder engagement during the meeting can make a big difference.
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Some of the highest-performing teams I have ever worked with were part of a Product team. A Product team is when multiple Scrum teams support a single product. Here are some FAQs about Product Teams.
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When a team moves away from Scrum, the Scrum Master role often evolves. This allows them to apply their skills in new contexts, like embracing leadership and mentoring teams in alternative approaches.
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Transitioning from a traditional project manager to a Scrum Master involves a fundamental mindset shift from controlling stakeholders to facilitating their collaboration, emphasizing empiricism, and adapting based on continuous learning.
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In this live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, Samuel Adesoga answered the listener questions about the Product Owner Accountability, team dynamics, Sprint lengths, metrics, Scrum events and more. (54:14 Minutes)
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In this episode, PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans guest hosts and is joined by fellow Professional Scrum Trainer Jowen Mei. (12:07 Minutes)
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This post (inspired by Ben Horowitz author of “The hard things about hard things”) is for Scrum Masters, and people who work with Scrum Masters, and explores what good and bad looks like.
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What is Scrum? When and where can you use it? What does Good look like?
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Scrum Master? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (66)
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Scrum is just good business. Scrum success is business success. Your success with Scrum is directly correlated to the Scrum Masters you hire.
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Transform the way change is perceived and implemented with Scrum, leading with a people-focused, incremental approach that aligns teams with their future vision.
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Jenny Tarwater shares her journey into Scrum during an episode of "Becoming a Scrum Master" hosted by PST Ryan Ripley, Agile for Humans. (14:20 Minutes)
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A Scrum Master's technical and domain knowledge of their team’s field of work has benefits. However, there are also disadvantages.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, hosted by Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org, special guest David Ingram, VP of Gillette Global R&D, discusses how Gillette utilizes Scrum to simplify complex challenges within their organization. (31:07 Minutes)
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Unlock the power of Scrum to build team resilience and adaptability, embracing change as a catalyst for success.
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How do Scrum Masters become next level? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PST's Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt discuss key skills and areas of knowledge essential for seasoned Scrum Masters to advance their expertise and leadership.
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In this episode with guest host Ryan Ripley, fellow Professional Scrum Trainer Andrii Glushchenko shares his unconventional journey into Scrum Mastery. (16:35 Minutes)
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, host Dave West is joined by Kirsty McCarthy - CEO of M:M Bio, Andrea Nisbet - Head of People at M:M Bio and Yuval Yeret - Professional Scrum Trainer. They talk about how M:M Bio uses Agile in drug discovery and R&D in the oncology and immuno-oncolo...
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Want to learn how to write effective user stories? Look no further! In this video, we'll discuss tips for writing user stories and provide real examples to help you understand how to create user stories that deliver value to your product or service. Whether you're a product manager, designer, or dev...
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In this episode with guest host, PST Ryan Ripley, he interviews fellow PST Magdalena Firlit. Magdalena discusses her transition from traditional project management to Scrum. (15:28 Minutes)
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Scrum is no excuse not to create a forecast for delivery or to accept a lack of direction for your product.
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Learn how iterative processes and empirical control turn uncertainty into a pathway for innovation and opportunity.
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In this article, we uncover typical ways in which Scrum Teams fail stakeholders, from overpromising results to poor risk communication to neglecting feedback.
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If the Scrum Values and the Sprint Goal are not aligned, the Sprint Goal will be suboptimal.
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Increment? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (63)
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Self-management doesn’t mean Developers can do whatever they want, and it doesn’t mean leadership should micromanage the Scrum Team, either. The reality is somewhere in the middle.
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A daily effort would include coaching, mentoring, collaborating, maximising the team's potential and continuous improvement, helping the team mature, and facilitating the removal of impediments.
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In this episode PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans guest hosts and is joined by PST Nichervan Fazel, an influential figure in the Scrum community. (15:03 Minutes)
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Scrum training goes beyond professional development, offering skills for personal and daily life too. But how? In this Scrum Lightning Round, PSTs Robert Pieper, Jason Malmstadt, and Greg Crown discuss the unexpected ways Scrum prepares you for numerous real-life situations.
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Learn how Scrum's adaptive, iterative approach equips Scrum Masters with the strategies to master complexity, driving teams towards creative solutions and value in fluid, challenging environments.
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This post dives into the top ten actionable strategies derived from the Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide book, providing a roadmap for teams eager to embrace Kaizen practices.
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Dans cette session « Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer », Sabrina Ferlisi, Olivier Ledru et François Fort répondront à vos questions sur Scrum et sur les défis auxquels vos équipes sont confrontées.
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In this live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainers, Andreanna Marshall and Scott Adams will be available to answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams have. (57:08 Minutes)
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In this PST Spotlight episode, Guest host PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans interviews fellow PST Will Seele, a distinguished personality in the Scrum world. (16:53 Minutes)
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Becoming a Scrum Master requires interpersonal skills, adaptability, continuous learning, and a clear focus on goals and team dynamics. It’s about leading and inspiring teams to deliver value.
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Dive into the Scrum framework's approach to ingrained quality through the Definition of Done.
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In Scrum Lightning Round, PSTs Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt discuss the major Dos and Don'ts for Professional Scrum Masters to be Successful.
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Dive into the world of organizational dysfunctions that clash with the Scrum Values. Learn how these challenges can cripple team morale, dilute effectiveness, and overshadow genuine talent. Is your workplace culture sprouting these issues? Find out and start the change in your professional life!
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This article covers the three Scrum accountabilities (formerly roles) and addresses interferences of stakeholders and IT/line management with this crucial Scrum event.
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Scrum Master: So you've hit the pinnacle of Scrum Mastery, is there anything after that? In this video, PST's Greg Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robb Pieper offer guidance and insights into possible career progressions for experienced Scrum Masters looking to expand their professional horizons.
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In this Scrum Lightning Round, PSTs Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt share their personal triumphs and challenges with Scrum. They share a quick collection of real stories from the trenches of Scrum implementations. Discover how Scrum not only shaped their careers but also led to remarka...
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Self-management is characterised by autonomy and accountability. It effectively empowers teams to navigate complex challenges by cultivating proactive problem-solving and collaborative decision-making.
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Funktioniert dein Scrum? Dieser Frage geht PST Simon Flossmann in diesem Artikel nach:
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Do you have what it takes to be a successful Scrum Master? Learn about the essential skills and traits you must have in this this video with PSTs Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt.
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Ever felt the dreaded Sprint hangover? You're not alone! In this video, PSTs Greg Crown, Robb Pieper, and Jason Malmstadt focus on the challenges of Sprint carryover, offering practical advice for effective planning, improving team performance, and avoiding common carryover problems.
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