David Ingram, VP of Global R&D at Gillette chats with Dave West, CEO at Scrum.org about how they developed a new exfoliating razor using Scrum, why they chose to use Scrum to develop it and how they adapted to Scrum. They discuss how Gillette mitigated risks and made some culture shifts in the process, while making focus a priority. They also discuss how Yuval Yeret, PST and Agile Coach helped Gillette make the transition to Scrum.
David Ingram, VP of Global R&D at Gillette continues a discussion with Dave West, CEO at Scrum.org about how they developed a new exfoliating razor using Scrum, some of the challenges they have faced with scaling Scrum, and how they were able to adapt and evolve from a waterfall focused culture. They also discussed how the Gillette culture is heavily focused on making sure team members are aligned with an outcome-oriented purpose.
There are many ways to facilitate Daily Scrum. In this Introduction to Facilitating a Daily Scrum, you will learn three different techniques along with the benefits and challenges of each. Your team can experiment with these as they see necessary and choose whichever method helps them best focus on their progress toward the Sprint Goal while producing an actionable plan for the next day of work. (6:30 Minutes)
In this Introduction to Facilitating the Sprint Retrospective video, you'll learn step-by-step how to guide your team through a Sprint Retrospective with techniques such as the Prime Directive, the Perfection Game, Dot Voting and Affinity Mapping so that your team can leave the Sprint Retrospective with ideas on how to improve. (7:55 Minutes)
In this Introduction to Facilitating a Sprint Review, you will learn a facilitation technique that can help turn the Sprint Review into a more engaging and collaborative session so that you can gather valuable feedback from stakeholders to determine future adaptations of your product. (5:51 Minutes)
This video explores the dynamics of diverse perspectives in Scrum Teams. You'll learn why teams should acknowledge their misunderstandings and build empathy in order to truly build shared understanding when making decisions. (5:26 Minutes)
In this Introduction to Facilitating Sprint Planning video, you'll learn how and when to use facilitation techniques such as roman voting, visualization, and powerful questioning so that your team can leave Sprint Planning with a Sprint Goal that is in pursuit of the Product Goal and an initial plan for the Sprint. (6:32 Minutes)
There is a significant difference between “Mechanical Scrum” and "Professional Scrum". "Mechanical Scrum" consists of going through the motions of using Scrum. “Professional Scrum” goes beyond that, changing the way that you work, think and act. In this video learn about the ideas behind Professional Scrum and how it goes beyond the Scrum Guide. (6:52 Minutes)
This is a short clip from "Fantastic Facts and How to Use Them" by PST Sahin Guvenilir & Nithin Bopanna @ Lean Agile London 2022 Conference organised by Actineo. In this talk they demonstrate that we all make assumptions, and they talk about the importance of focusing on facts.
In this session, Eric Naiburg, Chief Operating Officer for Scrum.org, provides an overview of the Scrum framework. He’ll discuss how Scrum enables agility, and how an empirical process can empower teams that use it.
You’ll learn about the empirical process in Scrum where decisions are made based on observation and experimentation rather than on detailed upfront planning. We will apply this learning using facts and real-world examples.
In this 18 part series of short Scrum Tapas videos, Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Brook walks viewers through the Scrum Framework piece-by-piece, explaining each area and providing insights into how Scrum is used.
This is a talk by Professional Scrum Trainer Nisha Patel from Agility Today 2022. The talk focuses on the Journey of a developer in an Agile Organization. The use of comic character, Spiderman enlivened the entire presentation to a fun learning experience!!! (23:32 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma takes viewers through a quick overview of the Scrum Framework providing an understanding of the Events, Artifacts and Scrum Team along with some background on Scrum theory itself. (4:10 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Richard Hundhausen talks about his experience as a Developer and the difficulties that he and others have faced when moving to becoming a Scrum Master. Richard provides guidance and suggestions of what to look out for and how to overcome challenges. (5:24 Minutes)
The Scrum Framework allows to face incertitude when developing complex products.
In this interview, Alexis shares with us his Scrum journey, what stood out for him, why he choose to get trained to Professional Scrum with Collective Genius and Scrum.org and how he's applying it on a daily basis with his team.
Standish Group Wisdom Wednesday # 5 and CHAOS Tuesday Show # 126 is on the future of work. In this show, Dave West joins to explore what the future holds for knowledge workers with a global perspective.
In this talk Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org discusses the future of agility and emerging trends around how agile is being applied, the tools being used with agility, and how agility fits into an organization. (32:09 Minutes)
In this talk, Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org discusses the reality of agility and how it is the tip of a fundamentally different way of working required for the post-industrial age. He describes the elements of agility and how they weave together to provide the foundation for managing uncertainty, risk, and complexity.
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Brook describes Sprint Planning, its purpose, effective ways to facilitate it, goals, outcomes, and why it is such an important event in Scrum.
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Chuck Suscheck uses a simple exercise to explore how silence can be valuable to those doing work and why it is important for a Scrum Master for example to sometimes remain quiet rather than over explaining. (4:35 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Brook describes the Daily Scrum, ways to facilitate it, examples of discussion and outcomes, and why it is such an important event in Scrum. (3:42 Minutes)
In this video series, Scrum.org has worked with Atlassian University to design a set of videos to help Scrum practitioners improve how they use Jira while practicing Professional Scrum. This series is ongoing and will continue to evolve and grow over time.
What is a product? Does everyone see the same product you? Do Customers always have to be external to the business? Can a product be part of another product? Professional Scrum Trainers Steve Trapps and Andy Hiles created this video that walks through these questions. (6:29 Minutes)
Seja um Líder Ágil, e saia na frente! Você é um líder que está no meio de uma transformação e quer se posicionar bem? Tornar-se uma organização ágil é uma transformação realmente profunda – falamos que é uma mudança além de processual, é uma mudança cultural. Líder Ágil são Gerentes ou pessoas em posição de liderança, que querem ter melhores times, ou são responsáveis pelo estabelecimento da evolução ágil. (10:03 Minutes)
By Professional Scrum Trainer Antonio Costa Neto: Aprenda o que é Scrum, em poucos minutos, e de uma fonte confiável. Scrum é um dos assuntos que mais cresce, quando se fala de gestão de Projetos e Produtos. (21:32 Minutos)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini takes viewers through the Sprint Backlog using text from the Scrum Guide to drive the conversation. Dominik mixes stories and examples throughout the discussion. (6:24 Minutes)
As part of the Scrum Tapas video series, Professional Scrum Trainer Dominik Maximini describes the Sprint Review and tips for how to organize and run a Sprint Review. He also provides details on way to engage stakeholders in the Sprint Review making it a true inspection and adaption event and not a status meeting. 4:46 Minutes
In this webinar, Leslie Morse and Professional Scrum Trainer Evelien Roos explore how hierarchy within agile coaching roles may impede your organizational agility, shine a light on how you may be inadvertently marginalizing key contributors in your organization, and provide inspiration for ways multiple roles can co-exist.
Atlassian has joined leaders in the industry to unpack story points and the evolution of agile estimation. Estimation using story points has become the most popular way for agile teams to rate the relative effort of work, instead of traditional time-based estimates. Check out this roundtable from leading industry experts Mike Cohn, John Cutler, Andrea Fryrear, Troy Magennis, and Dave West. (51:20 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham tells a story that he uses in his Professional Scrum Product Owner class to help students understand how to define a product and what it takes to describe the product. (5:35 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Stephanie Ockerman looks at how Scrum Masters can use the Scrum Values as a starting point when coaching their Scrum Teams. She walks through some examples and experiences she has had coaching Scrum Teams. (4:33 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma reflects on an experience that he had working for a client and being in the middle of conflict between the client and another party who was providing members of the Scrum Team. Ravi discusses the importance of ethics, trust, agile principles and the Scrum Values in such a relationship and why in the end, this particular relationship was not following a pattern for success. (6:21 Minutes)
This webinar That features Professional Scrum Trainers Guus Verweij and Bjorn van den Einden is an opportunity to learn more about Scrum.org classes. This webinar is in Japanese with live translation in English.
This story is told by Kameshwari Rao, a Student in a recent Professional Scrum Master training class taught by Professional Scrum Trainer Reshma (Simran) Nagrani. Kameshwari discusses how she was able to attend the class and gain full value from it even with her visual impairment and she talks about what Simran did to help make it possible. (2:14 Minutes)
Meet Ralph Jocham and Chuck Suscheck who are the stewards for the Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) class. In this video, Ralph and Chuck provide a brief overview of the class to help you better understand the expected outcomes. (2:16 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma uses satire as a way to emphasize how agility can help an organization. He discusses ways that he has seen people within organizations look at agile for software delivery as outdated and what can happen if they ignore the value that working in a more agile way can help. (4:28 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ravi Verma uses satire as a way to emphasize how agile can help an organization by discussing ways that some of the organizations that he has been brought into are thinking and acting prior to really understanding what agile truly means. Ravi then takes a more serious view in each area with suggestions of how the Agile and Scrum Values can come into play and enable the organization to decide if this is right for them. (8:20 Minutes)
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Stephanie Ockerman provides tips for Scrum Masters while in the coaching stance. Stephanie discusses 6 different tips that you can take start applying immediately. (5:14 Minutes)
Product Ownership is hard enough when your dedicated development team is around the corner from you. So how can you be as effective when your whole team is distributed? This practical session will cover a bunch of tools and techniques you can use as a remote Product Owner to continue communicating vision, maximizing value, and validating your product direction. We will demonstrate ways to collaborate on your Product Backlog, participate in Scrum events, setup other important team and stakeholder cadences, and ways to keep morale high in uncertain times. (58:28 Minutes)