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In this VLOG, Matt speaks with Adam Bullied, COO at Circus about his experience implementing Flow Metrics in a Startup Environment
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In this whitepaper, Professional Scrum Trainer Alex van der Star explores the concept of probabilistic forecasting and its application in Scrum.
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In this video, Martin dives into the profound effects of enhancing your workflow within a Kanban system 🚀. He sheds light on the unseen costs of delays and how visualising these can lead to significant changes 📊. Join us as we explore the journey from identifying bottlenecks to implementing effectiv...
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In this video, Martin shares insights into defining and visualising workflow in a Kanban system 📈. He discusses the importance of team consensus on work processes and decision-making criteria to ensure stability and efficiency 🛠️. Emojis are sprinkled throughout to add a touch of engagement!
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In this video, Martin Hinshelwood, a seasoned Agile and Kanban expert, takes us on a detailed journey through the intricacies of leveraging Azure DevOps to enhance our Kanban practices. 🚀 From setting up your first board to advanced customisations that breathe life into your workflow, this video is ...
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In this video, Martin delves into the nuances of effectively managing a Kanban workflow, stressing the significance of being more than a passive observer in the process. He articulates the need for proactive involvement in fine-tuning and adjusting the workflow to prevent bottlenecks, ensure tasks p...
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In this video, Martin discusses transitioning from traditional project management to agile frameworks, particularly focusing on the Kanban approach. He highlights how Kanban can be a gentle yet effective pathway for organisations hesitant about drastic changes. Through a personal journey and reflect...
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Podcast
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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In this video, Martin delves into the symbiotic relationship between Kanban and Scrum, arguing that integrating Kanban strategies can significantly enhance any Scrum practice. 🎥🔧 He discusses how Kanban's focus on metrics and continuous improvement can address Scrum's limitations, particularly in pl...
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Eric shows how you could use Kanban in conjunction Product Discovery techniques to add transparency to your innovation efforts.
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Podcast
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 video, Martin dives into the nuanced world of workflow optimisation within creative industries, exploring why Kanban is gaining traction over traditional methods like Scrum. 🎨🖌️ He shares insights from his own journey, highlighting Kanban's flexibility and its ability to mould into the uniqu...
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In this video, Martin explores the lean philosophy of prioritising task completion over initiation, a practice that fosters enhanced productivity and focus within teams 🚀. He delves into the detrimental effects of multitasking and the importance of a singular focus through the lens of lean and agile...
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Enabling constraints are an often misunderstood but powerful tool when coping with complexity.
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Today I got a call from a customer who is trying to understand what's going on in their teams and is getting lost among the many different Features and Product Backlog Items on their boards.
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Podcast
In this Professional Scrum Trainer episode Guest host PST Ryan Ripley from Agile for Humans interviews Yuval Yeret, a seasoned professional Scrum trainer from Scrum.org and a SAFe fellow. We delve into Yeret's comprehensive journey into the world of Scrum, exploring the various facets that have shap...
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A Tool for Creating Real Change with Michael Lloyd at the 58. Hands-on Agile Meetup
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Glossary
This glossary represents an overview of terms specific to Scrum with Kanban to help people better understand some of the language used and what some of these terms mean.To learn more about the Scrum framework and Scrum with Kanban, we highly recommend that you reference the Scrum Guide™ the Scrum Gl...
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This article covers a few ways in which discovery and delivery of work on a Kanban Board can be managed.
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An unusual article featured in the latest edition of the Harvard Business Review titled "Case Study: Should I Pitch a New Project-Management System?" raised several concerns and demonstrated misconceptions about Scrum. The piece created a false dilemma between "Scrum" and a hypothetical "Flow" proce...
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Webcast
Drawing from his extensive experience, in this webinar, PST Louis-Philippe Carignan not only sheds light on the nuanced relationship between Kanban and Scrum but also provides practical insights on their harmonious integration.
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This article explores the different classes of service in Kanban and the Kanban Guide view on whether you should use different classes of service.
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In most situations, blocked items are included in the work-in-progress limit, and only in edge case situations would you have a situation where you would exclude blocked items from work-in-progress (eg, we made all the phone calls, we shook all the trees, we’re thinking of canceling one work item an...
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Focus on improving your Scrum game in 2024 with one of these five resolutions to enhance collaboration within your team and deliver value sooner to your customers.
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In this video, Martin explores the nuanced dichotomy between resource efficiency and flow efficiency in the modern workplace. 🔄 He delves into how organizations often lean towards optimizing resources - treating people and materials as cogs in a machine - and contrasts this with the holistic approac...
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A video walkthrough of 4 key reports in Actionable Agile: Cycle Time Scatterplot, Aging Work In Progress, Cumulative Flow Diagram and Monte Carlo forecasting.
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In this article, PST Stefan Wolpers explores the pitfalls of 'The Illusion of Velocity' in agile contexts, peeling back the layers of traditional metrics as leadership tools and what to do instead.
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Case Study
Learn how Parmenion embraced Professional Scrum and a growth mindset in a reboot of their Agile intitiatives in this case study.
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Leverage KPIs for faster delivery times and improved customer satisfaction. Gain insights for using Flow Metrics to optimize your product delivery process.
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Look at the limitations of deterministic estimates and innovative approaches for effective decision-making via the Agile practices such as Scrum & Kanban. Learn to handle complexity while keeping projects on track.
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🚀 Diving deep into the world of Story Points! 📊 Ever wondered about their true value and how they fit into the bigger picture of team performance? Dive into my latest article where I unravel this enigma. Let's journey together from the subjective realm of Story Points to the tangible metrics of thro...
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Case Study
This case study covers how Omega Software shifted from a Waterfall approach to Scrum by using Scrum in order to implement it.
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West chats with Helen Swift from Simplyhealth, a health solutions provider about how they implemented using Professional Scrum with Kanban in their organization after the Professional Scrum with Kanban training course. They talk about the tran...
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We have seen many Scrum teams attempt to resolve challenges by giving up and moving to Kanban. However, the decision to switch from Scrum to Kanban typically arises not from Scrum shortcomings, but rather from challenges in its implementation. In this episode, Jeff and Mike explore misguided reasons...
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Explore 8 red flags indicating incomplete Kanban adoption. Enhance your team's agility with Practicing Kanban
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In my opinion, the section on the definition of workflow in the Kanban Guide is probably the most important section. If you don’t understand your definition of workflow, many other things don’t work that well in the Kanban Guide as a result. If you don’t get that part, it’ll be difficult to really m...
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A brief explanation of why limiting Work in Progress gets more value delivered.
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What is release planning? When is it done? How do we manage stakeholder expectations and answer the infamous "when will it be done" question? How do we forecast? What numbers and methods can we use to forecast more accurately?
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The concept of limiting work in progress revolves around the principle that focusing on fewer tasks at a time leads to better outcomes. In a Scrum context, this involves setting a cap on the number of user stories, features, or tasks that the development team is actively working on during a sprint. ...
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If you are not getting the value you hoped for from your Scrum transformation, try adding a couple of Kanban practices to your Scrum implementation.
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A Comparison of Traditional, Guided, Immersive, and Flipped Learning Approaches to accelerate your knowledge retention.
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Case Study
This case study explores how a financial organization used Scrum with Kanban to optimize their customers' experience, deliver value and boost team morale while optimizing their Scrum Events, metrics and more!
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Blog Post
Agile means something different for every organization. Start-up companies need to find the sweet spot between absolute chaos and overbearing process & control. Professional Scrum and Kanban can help teams and organizations do just that!
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What is throughput, the role of Product Backlog items in ascertaining throughput and how do we measure throughput.
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3 Practices to Break out of Cruise Control and Drive Change
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Todd, Ryan, and Prateek discuss throughput and why it is the most suitable flow metric for Sprint planning.
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In this article, we will discuss how limiting Work in Progress can help teams deliver a done increment which meets the Sprint goal.
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When will Scrum die? Some people would say it's already dying. There's so much inauthentic, Scrum being done, unprofessional, Scrum being done in the world. Whereas Scrum is part of what I call water Scrum fall, where it's put within a predictive deterministic system. We're predicting when work will...
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Scrum and Kanban are two different frameworks.  But did you know that your Scrum Team can use some of Kanban’s crucial elements to optimize workflow and deliver value sooner?   Combining Kanban with your Scrum practice doesn’t involve replacing events, accountabilities or artifacts.  It’s about inte...
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How can we use Monte Carlo Probabilistic Forecasting to set expectations in scrum?
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