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Kann ein benutzerdefinierter Scrum Anti-Patterns GPT Teams auf die Prinzipien von Scrum einstimmen?
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Enabling constraints are an often misunderstood but powerful tool when coping with complexity.
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Can a Custom Scrum Anti-Patterns GPT align teams with Scrum principles? Dive into how leveraging custom GPTs might offer a novel path through Scrum’s common hurdles.
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Sprint Retrospective? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (59)
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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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An example of how Sprint Retrospective improvements can drive value improvement in your organization.
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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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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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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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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Daily Scrum? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (57)
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No framework Scrum, o Product Goal surge como um elemento central, ainda que frequentemente subutilizado. Este conceito atua como um farol a guiar a equipa Scrum numa jornada onde o foco primordial é a entrega contínua de valor. Através de entregas regulares e iterativas do produto, o Product Goal e...
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En este artículo del PST Jerónimo Palacios, explica como los Product Owners pueden utilizar inteligencia artificial generativa como ChatGPT para multiplicar su productividad.
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Each of the five events in Scrum is time boxed. This means that every Scrum event has a maximum (but not a minimum) amount of time the Scrum Team will spend on the event every Sprint. By limiting the time spent in each Event, the Scrum framework pushes Scrum teams to maximize the quality of their ti...
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Descubre cuales son los mitos y falacias más comunes de Scrum en este post del PST Jerónimo Palacios
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In this video, Martin discusses the subtle art of motivating a Scrum Team. 🚀 He delves into the responsibilities of a Scrum Master and Agile Coach in creating a motivated and effective team environment. 🤔💡
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In this PST spotlight episode, Dave West interviews Samuel Adesoga about his journey with Scrum and becoming a Professional Scrum Trainer. (23:23 Minutes)
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, Arunvignesh Ramakrishnan based in Malaysia answered the audience's burning questions about Scrum and their challenges including the accountabilities of a Scrum Master, being new on a Scrum Team, how to handle a PO leaving an organization, Sprint R...
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When communicating forecasts, Scrum Teams should be sure to include the uncertainty involved. Everyone in the team as well as stakeholders must understand that their forecasts will change as more information emerges, conditions evolve and impediments are identified and removed. These include anythin...
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Developers support this? Check it out!
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Crafting valuable Sprint Goals drive the team towards meaningful progress in each iteration and contributes to the product's success if measurability, feasibility, and collaboration are considered.
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Explore how Scrum transforms traditional project management functions into collaborative team efforts.
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Product Owner support this? Check it out!
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A autogestão é um conceito fundamental no universo dos Métodos Ágeis e uma das pedras fundamentais do Scrum. O princípio destacado no Manifesto Ágil ressalta que as melhores arquiteturas, requisitos e designs emergem de equipas auto-organizadas. Este artigo aborda o conceito de autogestão, explorand...
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During this article, we’ll look at some basics about the Definition of Done (DoD). We’ll explore misunderstandings such as the application of the DoD, ways to use a fully achievable DoD and avoid creating a waterfall approach, when to inspect and adapt the DoD, and an example starting point for you...
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In this fascinating talk from the Hands On Agile Meetup, Maarten Dalmijn introduced the concept of humble planning and why it’s crucial for succeeding with an Agile way of working and building products of exceptional value.
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In this video, Martin explores the necessity of moving beyond the traditional confines of Agile's routine practices. 🚀 Focused on delivering value and outcomes rather than just following processes, he discusses how teams can revitalise their daily scrums and retrospectives for better efficiency and ...
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In Scrum, Sprint Goals play a crucial role in guiding the team's efforts and providing a clear direction for the Sprint. A Sprint Goal is a concise statement that defines the objective of the Sprint and aligns the team towards a common purpose. In this article, we will explore the importance of Spri...
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Some well-intentioned practices sound reasonable, but a closer examination reveals potential pitfalls that can compromise the Agile manifesto principles or the Scrum guide's underlying Empiricism. By understanding the rationale behind these practices and exploring their drawbacks, teams can foster a...
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In Scrum, Sprint Goals stand as pivotal guiding stars, directing teams toward success. A Sprint Goal encapsulates the essence of a Sprint – a short, time-bound period during which a team commits to achieving a specific objective. This blog explores the significance of Sprint Goals, shedding light on...
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of being effective. How can your Sprint Backlog support this? Check it out!
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The Sprint Goal is essential for maintaining focus, collaboration, alignment, motivation, adaptability, transparency, and progress measurement, ultimately leading to more successful Sprint outcomes.
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Beyond eliminating un-done work and reducing interruptions, teams can streamline their work to reduce the time it takes them to develop, deliver, and measure the customer impact of an idea they think will improve customer satisfaction, and reduce a customer satisfaction gap.The kinds of improvements...
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People lose focus because of two different kinds of interruptions: Planned and Unplanned. Planned interruptions include things like:Attending scheduled meetings other than Scrum events. Every organization has a variety of general meetings, including company or divisional/departmental information sha...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham discusses how vertical slicing of Product Backlog Items and being in line with the Sprint Goal is beneficial to Scrum Teams. (2:42 Minutes)
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Myths can hold us back from our highest potential by creating confusion and misdirection. In this article, we will debunk 10 common myths about Scrum. Now, I'm not saying that chaos dragons are real, but I am saying that Scrum is not chaos.
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The story aims to showcase the transformative power of Agile and Scrum in leadership and team management within the tech industry. It's inspired by real-world scenarios where leaders face challenges in project management and team dynamics. The intent is to provide a relatable and inspiring narrative...
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The Developers are the Scrum Team members that create the product. Often people associate the word “developer” with coder or programmer in software. But that is not the case, think of a developer as someone who helps to create (develop) a valuable product for a customer, no matter what kind of produ...
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In Scrum, the Sprint Goal is collaboratively created by the entire Scrum Team. This ensures alignment and shared understanding of the objective for the upcoming Sprint.
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In this article, PST Stefan Wolpers unravels the secrets of what makes a Scrum Master not just good but amazingly outstanding. Also, he sheds light on the pitfalls to avoid if you want to keep the respect of your teammates.
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Scrum's empirical approach promotes adapting to reality rather than sticking rigidly to predefined KPIs. Success in Scrum focuses on continuous improvement, value delivery, and customer satisfaction.
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Warum erfolgreich sein, wenn man scheitern kann? Stefan Wolpers analysiert zehn todsichere Wege, das Verfehlen von Sprint-Ziele sicherzustellen.
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There are several reasons why Scrum Teams are left with un-done work at the end of the Sprint, including:They don’t understand the importance of time-boxes or Sprint Goals. If Sprints are just periodic check-ins on progress and if Sprint Planning merely involves updating an existing overall project...
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The phrase “un-done work” refers to work that is not finished by the end of the Sprint, according to the Scrum Team’s Definition of Done. Un-done work is, simply put, waste. It adds no value to the product Increment and may even reduce its value. Ultimately, un-done work represents time that the Sc...
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Assuming a decent Scrum team has a definition of done, one which the team respects (because if they respect it, they can then have some hope of continually improving it), how long does it take them to deliver a done increment?
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In this article, PST Stefan Wolpers shares the top ten most damaging Sprint Goal anti-patterns.
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This article explores the concept of context-switching in modern work environments. It covers the significance of measuring context switches through self-reporting and digital tracking, and introduces tactics like setting focused Sprint Goals in Scrum, analyzing context switch data during retrospect...
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If you or your team are new to Scrum, you can use this as a starting point to answer, “what should we be doing and why?” for each Scrum Event. If your team is more experienced but you feel like you’re drifting away from healthy behaviors and patterns and you’re not sure how to course correct - you c...
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If you or your team are new to Scrum, you can use this as a starting point to answer, “what should we be doing and why?” for each Scrum Event. If your team is more experienced but you feel like you’re drifting away from healthy behaviors and patterns and you’re not sure how to course correct - you c...
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If you or your team are new to Scrum, you can use this as a starting point to answer, “what should we be doing and why?” for each Scrum Event. If your team is more experienced but you feel like you’re drifting away from healthy behaviors and patterns and you’re not sure how to course correct - you c...
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can this happen during your Daily Scrum? Check it out!
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