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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, host Leslie Morse explores topics related to mentorship with our guest Dominika Bula. This episode was originally inspired by Dominika’s participation as a mentor in the Women in Agile Mentorship program, sponsored by ICAgile. In addition to sharing tip...
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Can a Scrum Team work without a Scrum Master? In this video, PST's Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt explore the pivotal role of the Scrum Master and uncover whether a Scrum Team can achieve peak performance without one.
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In this video, Martin discusses the importance of measuring the right things in your organization to achieve success. 📈🎯
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In this video, we talk about why trying to make everything perfect in work, especially when creating new products, is not always good. We explain five main reasons why being perfect might slow you down and how it can stop you from learning and improving. We'll also discuss why working together and ...
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En este post, el PST Jerónimo Palacios recorre las soluciones para evitar Daily Scrums que no funcionan
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Looking to dive into a Scrum Master role without prior experience? PSTs Greg Crown, Jason Malmstadt, and Robert Pieper guide you through creative strategies to build your Scrum credentials from the ground up.
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Activity
There are several templates that help create a product vision. One of the most widely-used is the Elevator Pitch. The output of the Elevator Pitch is a simple sentence structure that encourages you to abstract your ideas for a product vision to its essence. It embraces the classic elevator test exer...
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Webcast
Businesses and their leaders need to keep up with global changes, internal expectations and new customer behaviors. In this Scrum Pulse, PST Edwin Dando and Kacper Mazek - Partners from Radically Consulting - share some lessons learned based on their experiences working with organizations together o...
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Unveil how one can use systems thinking to navigate the interplay of team dynamics, product development, and market demands, turning complexity into agility
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An example of how Sprint Retrospective improvements can drive value improvement in your organization.
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Integrating stakeholders into the Sprint Review bridges gaps between the team and them. It ensures that the team focuses on working on what’s most valuable at present and keeps the product relevant.
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We see many of the same Agile anti-patterns repeat themselves. Hear about common failures in Agile implementations and learn how to avoid them in this episode of the take5IRL podcast.
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Dive into the transformative power of Scrum with PST's Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt. This enlightening discussion unpacks the challenges and triumphs of adopting Scrum in engineering teams. Discover how Scrum's focus on customer satisfaction, team collaboration, and iterative progres...
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The 2024 Scrum Master Salary Report shows salaries increase with certifications, experience, and roles, collected from 1,114 participants through an online survey.
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En este artículo, el PST Alex Ballarin explica como la Inteligencia Artificial (IA) puede automatizar muchas de las tareas que hace el Product Owner y como le permite hacer cosas nuevas. Mostrará ejemplos de uso de ChatGPT4 a definir una entrevista para stakeholders, definir un mapa de historias y d...
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En este artículo el PST Alex Ballarín te explica como la inteligencia artifical (IA) puede ayudarte a crear los objetivos y resultados clave de producto (OKR) con ChatGPT 4, con ejemplos de definir los segmentos de cliente, los objetivos, las métricas clave (KR) y el análisis de datos.
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In this video, Martin discusses how organisations and people are often too scared to address the real problem, which is the way the system works. 📈📊
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En este nuevo artículo, el PST Jerónimo Palacios recorre las causas más frecuentes por las que un Daily Scrum no funciona
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In diesen Artikel beschreibt PST Simon Flossmann drei typische Fehler, die in schriftlicher Kommunikation von Remote Teams passieren und gibt dir Tipps, diese zu vermeiden.
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MVP has been thrown around so much and for so long that the term’s original power is lost. I propose replacing “minimum viable product” with “minimal inspectable increment.” to clarify the scope, intent, and article. 
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When people are first introduced to Scrum, often one of the questions they have is “what do Scrum Masters *really* do all day?”. This is a question I get in my training classes as well. Often, people end up discovering the answer to this question by themselves during the training, or as they start p...
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Esta semana, Guillem Hernandez Sola, indaga en el vasto y a menudo enigmático mundo de la agilidad de negocio, dónde hay un término que ha desconcertado a muchos, confundido a algunos y dejado perplejos a otros.
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The Scrum.org Professional Scrum With Kanban (PSK I) assessment is a 60-minute timeboxed assessment. You need to score over 85% to pass and gain the PSK I certification. The assessment contains 45 questions in English of multiple choice type.
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Sprint Review? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (58)
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Podcast
In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, hosted by Dave West, PSTs Robbin Schuurman and Chris Lukassen discuss their book, "Practical Product Management for Product Owners."
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As more and more companies wrestle with the digital age, they are increasingly looking to approach initiatives differently. They are moving from a project to a product mindset. In this blog, I describe why product thinking is increasingly important to project managers.
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Learning Series
Business strategy is informed by the company’s mission and vision, and in turn informs individual product visions. An organization inspects and adapts its business strategy based on feedback gathered from delivering product Increments.
Module
This pieces describes the relationship between business strategy, goals, Evidence-Based Management, and experimentation.
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Module
Although business strategy is not mentioned in the Scrum Guide, it provides vital context that helps the organization define products and their goals. Here's why.
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Module
What is business strategy and what is the relationship between mission, vision, business strategy, product vision, and product strategy?
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Blog Post
Scrum.orgのプロフェッショナルスクラムトレーナー(Professional Scrum Trainer・PST)をしております、グレゴリ・フォンテーヌと申します。アジャイル開発に対する反論の中には、アジャイル開発の仕組みに対する理解不足によるものがあります。最も一般的な誤解の一つは、アジャイルチームは考える時間や計画を立てる時間を取らないというものです。しかし正しい情報を伝えればこの誤解は解くことができます。こちらでご紹介するプロフェッショナルスクラムトレーナー(PST)のステファニー・オッカーマンの記事は、スクラムでどのように計画が行われるのか、そしてなぜそれが効果的(正しい質問に答...
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In this video, PST Martin Hinshelwood discusses the often overlooked courage required for organizations to embrace genuine change. He delves into the fear that inhibits addressing systemic issues, the superficial fixes that are frequently employed instead of fundamental changes, and the significance...
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Enthusiastic Scrum Masters can be over-involved with and micro-manage teams. Instead, they must find what’s best for the team and focus on enablement, allowing self-management to flourish.
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In diesem Artikel beschreibt PST Simon Flossmann, warum Annahmen Scrum Master blind machen und er zeigt 5 Schritte auf, diese verborgene Gefahr zu überwinden.
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Blog Post
En el siguiente post se muestra un ejemplo de como usar la estructura liberadora Planificación del ecociclo (Ecocycle Planning) junto a la técnica Iniciar, Parar y continuar para mejorar el uso de Scrum.
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In this video, Martin delves into the heart of transformational struggles within organizations, highlighting the challenges and opportunities of embracing agile. 📈 He shares insights on how fear and traditional structures can stifle growth and innovation, offering a path towards a more agile and res...
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Blog Post
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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Podcast
In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast, Host Leslie Morse and guests Kerri Sutley and John Barratt unpack section 9 of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching;  Responsibility to the Profession. They uncover the thinking behind the section, its inclusion in the Code of Ethics and its a...
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Podcast
In this PST Spotlight episode, Stas Pavlov joins guest host and fellow PST Ryan Ripley for a deep dive into his Scrum journey. (11:58 Minutes)
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Blog Post
Estimation is a complementary practice Scrum Teams use in Product Development. The purpose of estimation is to provide a rough idea of how much effort, time, and budget are needed to complete specific features or PBI- Product Backlog Item of the product.
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Activity
To help a team foster visionary thinking, promote proactive problem solving and align on desired outcomes for a product, teams can use a technique known as the Future Press Release. (Also known as Newspaper Headline or Cover Story.) This technique encourages participants to envision a future where t...
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This is part 2 of a video in which I elaborated on a couple of words that are widely used in the Scrum world but are not part of Scrum. In this video, I will talk about Prioritization, Standup, Velocity, and Demo.
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Si quieres saber las mejores estrategias para destruir Agile en tu organización, este post del PST Jerónimo Palacios describe las cinco mejores.
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Successful teams deal with complexity by embracing it as an opportunity for growth. They prioritise based on customer value, inspect and adapt continuously to overcome challenges in product development.
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Explore how transitioning from a Project Manager to a Scrum Master redefines success through a relentless focus on value over outputs.
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Podcast
Are you fascinated by the ever-evolving world of agile practices and how technology shapes our approach to work? Neil Hughes from the Tech Talks Daily Podcast sits down with Dave West, the esteemed CEO of Scrum.org, for an enlightening conversation on agile methodologies’ past, present, and future.
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In this episode of the Women in Agile Podcast TD Bank executive leaders share how unconscious bias may be shaping your workplace and the products being built today. They tackle some hard truths as to how unconscious bias shows up in all different spaces in our lives while we take our experiences wit...
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Poster
Product Ownership requires a distinct set of capabilities and skills. These skills and capabilities are described here. Please note that we are describing Product Ownership here, meaning it does not tie into any specific person, role, function or accountability. This illustrates poster describes wha...
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Blog Post
Before changing their way of working, organizations should know first what business outcomes they want to achieve - which will be unique to each organization. Discover why focusing on Agile practices alone could lead you astray from the ultimate goal: achieving tangible and strategic business succes...
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