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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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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、グレゴリー・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...
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Conway, Brooks, Hackman, Goodhart, Larman und Parkinson in der Praxis
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Applying Conway, Brooks, Hackman, Goodhart, Larman, and Parkinson in Practice
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl dives into the essence of leadership, emphasizing the critical role of accountability. (6:15 Minutes)
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Telling an important customer that “we will get there when we get there” could come across as dismissive, sending the message that the customer’s needs are unimportant to the Scrum Team.  All organizations have deadlines and need to navigate shifting priorities.  Agile approaches can help organizati...
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In diesem Artikel erklärt PST Simon Flossmann die verborgene Psychologie hinter Planning Poker.
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In this video, Martin delves into the intricate world of Agile, specifically focusing on the concept of special sprints like Sprint zeros, refactoring sprints, and bugfix sprints. 🔄 He challenges the notion that these sprints enhance Agile practices, calling them 'Agile banditry'. Join us as we expl...
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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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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, host Dave West is joined by Olga Rownanyk, a Product Owner at Shell and John Coleman, a Professional Scrum Trainer. Olga shares insights into agility and culture at a large scale organization, talks about her Product Ownership journey at Shell invo...
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Professional Scrum Trainers Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller explore how dependencies can impact the ordering of Product Backlog Items on today's episode of Your Daily Scrum.
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The Product Owner is responsible for creating all Product Backlog ItemsWhy is this a myth? The Product Owner is accountable for Product Backlog management, including the creation of the Product Backlog Items (PBIs). That means that the Product Owner owns the result or outcome of this work. However, ...
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Each Developer should have all the skills necessary to deliver the productWhy is this a myth? It’s true that each Scrum Team should have all the cross-functional skills necessary to deliver their work. However, it’s not true that each Developer has to have all the skills necessary, or that each Dev...
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The Scrum framework is deliberately incomplete, so when teams start to fall for Scrum myths, frequently these myths are actually holding the team back from embracing the true flexibility of Scrum. Teams should find out what works best for them, not works best for other people.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, PST Joanna Plaskonka, explains the concept of ready in Scrum and some common myths and pitfalls around this topic. (3:58 Minutes)
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Learning Series
A Product Owner is the member of the Scrum Team that is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team. Learn more about what that means and a few of the common myths about Product Owners.
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The Developers are the Scrum Team members that create the product. They have specific accountabilities to the team. Learn about these accountabilities and debunk a few myths about being a Developer on a Scrum Team.
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It is important for Scrum practitioners to understand that there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about Scrum that they should be wary of when they are applying Scrum to their unique environment. In this article, we will debunk four common Scrum myths.
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In this video, Martin 🎥 breaks down the common misconceptions about Scrum Masters. He sheds light on the actual role and responsibilities, challenging the popular myths with practical insights. Discover the true essence of being a Scrum Master and how it impacts team dynamics. 🚀🤔
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The Scrum Master is the “Scrum Police.” They enforce Scrum rules.Why is this a myth? There are very few “Scrum rules.” Scrum is designed to be a framework for helping teams execute complex work. When Scrum Masters guide teams in understanding the principles of Scrum and purpose of its elements, the ...
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Enhance your Scrum Master Journey! Embarking on a journey as a Scrum Master is a challenging and rewarding endeavor. The following collection of articles and videos that contain practical ideas, tips, and activities with step-by-step guidelines that you can try immediately.
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In this recording of a live session of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Steven Deneir based in Belgium answers questions about Scrum, the Scrum Master and the challenges people often encounter with their Scrum Teams and Stakeholders. (59:27 Minutes)
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi shares 5 common myths around the product backlog that he sees quite often amongst Scrum practitioners.
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When we uncover the truth, we arm ourselves with valuable insights, and that's truly empowering. In this article, we will dispel 3 Scrum myths.
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When facing challenges in team composition or skills, the answer is not always to upskill or improve cross-functionality. Sometimes the answer is to reteam. But what if the Scrum Team doesn't see those options themselves yet?
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast, PSTs Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller join host Dave West to introduce the new Professional Scrum Product Management Skills training course. (34:42 Minutes)
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Over time, various myths and beliefs have surrounded the concept of the Definition of Ready. What does it entail? It's all about the conditions that must be met for a Product Backlog Item to be considered ready for action and understood enough by the entire Scrum Team so that it can be pulled into t...
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Thoughts and ideas on how to prevent, resolve, or simply accept it
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It's common practice to ask the Scrum Master to take on the role of facilitator in the 5 Scrum events. Let's go beyond this and move towards more learning strategies, for both the Scrum Master and the Scrum Team.
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In the post-COVID business landscape, companies must innovate, embrace experimentation, and eliminate silos for success. Clear leadership and Scrum methodology foster collaboration and value creation. A shared vision and self-managed teams maximize value and navigate challenges effectively.
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Dispelling Agile and Scrum myths. Learn how Scrum enables Agile principles. Empower your teams to adapt, innovate, and deliver excellence.
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Learning Series
The Increment is the latest version of the product that conforms to the Definition of Done. During each Sprint, the Developers work toward the current Product Goal by implementing Product Backlog items (PBIs) and integrating their individual work together. Learn about the Increment and its commitment, the Definition of Done. Investigate some common myths about the Increment.
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Eine der größten Fehleinschätzungen lautet: Scrum Master sind Facilitatoren. Warum diese eine Fehleinschätzung ist, kannst in diesem Artikel lesen:
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According to the 2020 Scrum guide, “Scrum Teams are cross-functional, meaning the members have all the skills necessary to create value each Sprint.” But what does that mean, exactly?
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There are certain misconceptions and patterns that can hinder the effectiveness of the Product Owner and lead to conflicts within the Scrum team. In this article, we will explore three common anti-patterns related to the Product Owner's accountability in Scrum and discuss strategies to overcome them...
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Comment développer la confiance à travers l’autogestion, la sûreté psychologique ainsi que de l’Analyse Transactionnelle en tant qu’outils d’amélioration des relations et de la communication dans l’écosystème de Scrum.
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In Scrum, the emphasis is on collaboration and flexibility. In this context, a cross-functional team refers to a group of individuals with diverse skills and expertise necessary to complete a software project. These teams self-organize and self-manage and are empowered to make decisions collectively...
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Schwierigkeiten bei der Einführung von Sprint-Zielen? In diesem Artikel teile ich 5 Methoden mit dir, die den Einstieg erleichtern.
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Webcast
In diesem Scrum-Pulse-Webcast stellt Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Flossmann weitverbreitete Mythen über Scrum vor.
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Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Inkrement und Produkt ist, was ist der Unterschied zwischen ungetaner Arbeit und technischer Schuld und warum du dies als Scrum Master unterschieden können solltest, erfährst du in diesem Artikel...
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Jeder Scrum Master kennt diese Probleme: Problem 1: Wie gehe ich vor, wenn die Timebox der Retrospektive endet, aber das Scrum Team keine Lösung gefunden hat? Problem 2: Was mache ich, wenn sich das Team einig ist, dass es sich uneinig ist? Problem 3: Was kann ich tun, wenn ein Mitglied meines ...
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There are many myths about Scrum Masters out there. They can be the most difficult accountability to define in concrete terms. In this video, PST's Jason Malmstadt, Gregory Crown and Robert Pieper will debunk 5 of the myths and answer the question: What does a Scrum Master do?
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Who are the Quality Assurance (QA) experts in the Scrum Team and what do they have to do with guardian angels? Who is responsible for the quality of your product? What practices can you use to positively impact collaboration within the Scrum Team and the quality of solutions created? You will find i...
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The best way to support a team working on complex problems is to give them the space to determine how to do their work, rather than directing them. Learn about self-managing teams and their characteristics. Explore some myths and misunderstandings about self-management.
Webcast
Scrum is a tool that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions to complex problems. If Scrum is a source of frustration (because, for example, "the Scrum Master keeps on distracting us"), it's a sign that it is not Professional Scrum but the team is just going t...
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A Scrum Master is effective when their team is effective. As the Scrum Guide says, Scrum Masters are accountable for the effectiveness of the Scrum Team.  Let’s explore what this entails.
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No matter how much a Scrum Team plans, there are times when someone asks them to undertake unplanned work mid-Sprint. In this article, we will discuss how to handle unplanned work in Scrum.
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What are the different categories of product owner? This episode goes outlines all the different types of product owners as well as the characteristics/pros and cons of each by considering them against the definition of a product and how you may deliver value. Join me as I also bust a common...
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Kein Scrum-Team war jemals in der Lage, die Vorteile des Frameworks in vollem Umfang zu nutzen, ohne das Sprint-Ziel zu einem Eckpfeiler seiner Bemühungen zu machen. Die folgenden neun Prinzipien weisen auf kritische Punkte hin, die jedes Scrum-Team auf seinem Weg zur Exzellenz berücksichtigen sollt...
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No Scrum team has ever been able to reap the benefits of the framework without making the Sprint Goal a cornerstone of its efforts. The following nine principles point at critical issues any Scrum Team needs to consider on its path to excellence.
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