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Facilitation plays an important part in helping people to understand and achieve their shared goals and objectives. Here are 5 ways to improve your meetings and Scrum events whether you are new to facilitation or developing your skills to help your Scrum Teams thrive in the pursuit of value.
Sep 13, 2022
In this blog series, we’ll share the gaps that many Scrum Masters face as they work to become better agile leaders and Scrum professionals. We’ll call out biases and misperceptions and also offer suggestions on how to overcome these challenges in order to influence change.
May 10, 2022
EBM provides organizations with an opportunity to use empiricism to improve customer outcomes by delivering greater value. It helps to improve collaboration by elevating conversations from opinion-based discussions to evidence-based discussions and decisions. EBM may feel awkward at first, but it will be rewarding. The seeds of learning and changing are there.
Jul 21, 2021
In August 2015, Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org introduced the Nexus framework to the public via the Nexus Guide, the definitive guide to scaling Scrum. Today, on January 17, 2018, we release the first update to the Nexus Guide.
Jan 17, 2018
For the past 6 months, Scrum.org has introduced the Nexus Framework to thousands of people globally. At a recent talk, someone asked: So, when do you use Nexus? When is it applicable? How do we start? Great questions. If you are: Building one product or one product family, Using multiple Scrum Teams, These teams are interdependent, and Struggling with synchronization You should try Nexus. Nexus is the exoskeleton of scaled Scrum. It is a formality of what we have learned from over 1000’s of successful and failed large Scrum projects for 20+ years. Additional roles, events, and artifacts in the Nexus exist to increase transparency to manage the increased complexity of scale. How do you start? Nexus, like Scrum, is free. Start by reading the Nexus Guide and then follow up with the Nexus Open. The Nexus Open is a free online tool for the public on Scrum.org. It is for you and your team to assess your understanding of Nexus and to consider some of the scaling practices that you know, have been using, or may be missing. You can take it as many times as you need. Good luck. Get started. Patricia
Oct 20, 2015
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