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Misurare gli obiettivi in Scrum è necessario per capire se stiamo realmente massimizzando il valore del prodotto. Nell’articolo precedente, gli obiettivi in Scrum, abbiamo esplorato perché e come Product Goal e Sprint Goal forniscono focus e autonomia allo Scrum Team. Aiutandoci a concentrarci sul r...
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A recent study claims to prove that agile practices fail more often than non-agile ones. What it really proves is the value of robust refinement and planning. Scrum teams that fail to allow enough time for those activities fall into predictable anti-patterns. But those problems are not hard to fix.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Product Owner? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (75)
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In this episode guest host Patricia Kong and Professional Scrum Trainer John Riley discuss Scrum in a non-software context and explore a use case for Scrum in which John worked with a company where Scrum was used to develop construction materials for 3D printed housing. (33:24 Minutes)
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In this article, PST Alex Ballarin explains how discovering and validating product features saves a lot of time and money invested in developing unnecessary features. He also recommends concrete actions to integrate product discovery and validation into Scrum.
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Avoid five common rookie mistakes Scrum Masters make. Instead, discover how to set clear Sprint Goals, build trust, balance metrics, and empower your team to make independent decisions.
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In this article, PST Alex Ballarin discusses how OKRs align teams with strategy, moving away from the IT services model. They provide clarity and direction for Product Owners and foster transparency with stakeholders. OKRs promote a results-oriented team approach, reduce hierarchies, and give teams ...
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to your Sprint Backlog? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (73)
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In this episode, PST Ryan Ripley guest hosts and interviews PST John Coleman about his journey to becoming a PST. (25:30 Minutes)
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If Scrum is a body, then these Values are the blood flowing through the body. Without these Values, Scrum is dead, it is Zombie Scrum.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West and PST Sam Falco discuss the confusion surrounding Scrum Master job titles and Accountabilities, emphasizing the need to broaden one's perspective beyond the team level to understand the organization's strategic goals. (30:24 Minutes)
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In this video, Martin Hinshelwood tackles common myths about Scrum that hinder its adoption and effectiveness. Join him as he delve into these misconceptions and uncover the true philosophy of Scrum. 🌟
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In questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta elabora il concetto degli obiettivi in Scrum, Product e Sprint Goal in particolare, quanto questi siano elementi chiave per massimizzare il valore rilasciato agli utenti del prodotto e un modello da poter scaricare ed utilizzare al lavoro per cominciare a creare ...
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Sprint? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (71)
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My recent article Debunking ten Common Objections to Incremental Delivery for Software Teams introduced ten of the most common objections to incremental delivery. In this article I introduce and debunk ten more objections to you guessed it, incremental delivery.
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Incorporating the Product Vision into Scrum events is not just about keeping the product vision alive in everyone’s minds; it’s about creating a shared language and understanding that propels your team forward. Learn how this useful tool could be used across Scrum events.
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New to Scrum or looking to build on your Scrum expertise? Then this session is for you. In this recorded session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, listeners asked PST Mehdi Hoseini questions about using Scrum at home, estimation, Sprint Goals, transitioning from Waterfall to Scrum and more! (52:3...
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In this episode of the Scrum.org community podcast, host Dave West speaks with representatives from Easy Software, including CEO Filip Moravek, Product Owner Jan Řeřicha, and Professional Scrum Trainer Karel Smutný. Easy Software has been using Scrum to develop and improve their product, Redmine, a ...
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These brief and targeted events are designed to keep the team focused on their goal, ensure transparency on the plans for the day, and quickly highlight any blockers, impediments or challenges.
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Transitioning from a traditional project manager to a Scrum Master necessitates a shift from predictive models to an empirical, iterative approach, focusing on agility and adaptability in complex scenarios.
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How the MINDSPACE framework, developed by experts from the UK's Behavioural Insights Team, can enhance Scrum adoption.
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Done is a fundamental part of bringing transparency. How does this relate to the Daily Scrum? Check it out! Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (68)
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The integration of Azure DevOps and Mural revolutionizes the visualization and management of Product Backlog items. Mural acts as a versatile front-end for Azure DevOps Services (as well as Jira), empowering Scrum Teams to forge interactive visual roadmaps and creatively handle work items using a va...
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When people first start learning about Scrum, it can seem like Scrum requires many meetings. It might even seem like Scrum is a waste of time.
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En esta nueva entrega les muestro un ejemplo para entender el concepto de brecha de satisfacción que impacta en el valor no realizado.
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In questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta descrive l'importanza di guidare con i valori nello Scrum. Favorendo la collaborazione, Fabio aiuta un Developer, Luca, ad allineare la sua decisione con i valori Scrum di impegno e coraggio, rafforzando l'obiettivo dello Sprint. Sottolinea la necessità di leade...
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Join host Dave West in a conversation with Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham as they chat about the challenges and strategies of Product Ownership. (30:34 Minutes)
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Are your Daily Scrums dragging on and accomplishing nothing? Is it starting to feel like a waste of time? PSTs Robb Pieper, Greg Crown, and Jason Malmstadt share actionable tips to make your meetings impactful & efficient. Learn how to keep your Daily Scrums concise, focused, and genuinely productiv...
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A sample agenda to help your Sprint Review deliver value.
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This blog explores how Scrum can solve ten common challenges that teams face, enhancing productivity and satisfaction both within teams and among stakeholders. Through its structure, Scrum addresses issues like unclear priorities, changing requirements, and ineffective communication by promoting reg...
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Vendredi 29 mars 2024. Les taux de la FED restent à 5%. Les conséquences pour les Product Owners et autres leaders sont sérieuses. Adressons ce sujet frontalement 𓄀
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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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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood emphasizes that to sell Scrum effectively, focus on delivering valuable outcomes rather than selling the framework itself. (4:15 minutes)
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In this article, PST Alex Ballarin explains what agile strategy is, and how to deploy strategies in an agile and effective manner using Flight Levels, OKRs and Scrum.
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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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No. The commitment for the Sprint Backlog is the Sprint Goal, which enhances the importance of achieving outcomes that deliver value rather than merely completing a set of predefined work items.
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Die diesem Artikel entkräftet PST Simon Flossmann 3 hartnäckige Mythen zur Rolle des Product Owners:
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This post provides guidance for conducting a Nexus Sprint Review, a key component of the Nexus Scaled Scrum Framework (or any scaled Scrum implementation) aimed at enhancing inspection and adaptation for large-scale agile development. Dissatisfied with existing guidance, I decided to share my insigh...
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A cross-functional team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How does this relate to the Sprint Backlog? Check it out! - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (62)
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Dieser Artikel behandelt sprintbezogene Fehlverhalten der drei Scrum-Rollen, der Stakeholder bzw. Interessenvertreter sowie des IT-Management, und wie diese adressiert werden können.
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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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What's the difference between Acceptance Criteria and Definition of Done? Teams that use Acceptance Criteria without a Definition of Done are skipping a crucial element of Professional Scrum!
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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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Empezar con Scrum puede resultar abrumador. A través de una sencilla guía con cinco pasos, el PST Jerónimo Palacios nos muestra como avanzar para comenzar con Scrum con garantías de éxito.
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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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