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Scrum: A Brief History of a Long-Lived Hype

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The first, official version of the Scrum Guide was released in February 2010. So, how was Scrum defined before 2010 then? How did its definition evolve before and after 2010 and become the framework that we know today? The Scrum Guide” by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland (2009, 2010).

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MPP File Extension: What Is It & How to Open It

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MS Project 2010 can open Project 98, 2000-2003, 2007, and 2010 files. MS Project 2013 can open Project 2000-2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013 files. MS Project 2016 can open Project 2000-2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 files. MS Project 2019 can open Project 2000-2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019 files.

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The Fascinating Origin of the Term 'Scrum Ceremony'

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The people most likely to use the term 'scrum ceremonies' were those that did a Scrum course before 2010. Scrum Training Before 2010. Between Scrum's formal introduction in 1995 and the publication of the first Scrum Guide in 2010, Ken Schwaber and Mike Cohn delivered most Scrum training courses. I followed the thread.

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How to improve cross-functionality within your team?

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2010) and Verwijs & Russo (2022) found that team effectiveness is inhibited when teams lack such cross-functionality. Cross-functionality in teams has been linked to shorter development time ( Eisenhardt & Tabrizi, 1995 ) and increased quality and improved performance ( Keller, 2001 ). For Scrum teams specifically, Moe et.

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Commitments and forecasts when using Scrum

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Scrum Guide 2010. " A potentially interesting point around this is the fact that probably a lot of teams currently using Scrum today have never read this original 2010 version but yet still have a strong belief that all items selected must be done or else something has gone wrong.

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Top PM 10 Articles of All Time

Rebel’s Guide to PM

My project alphabet was a popular post of 2010 and inspired Derek Huether to write a book about zombie project management. This was one of my favorites: about Pareto and the 80/20 rule and how some stuff just needs to get done. Don’t know what that is? Here’s the scoop on zombie projects and how to kill them ).

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Why Great (Scrum) Teams Have A Mind Of Their Own

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Butler et al, 2006, Tolin, 2010) are based on this approach (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, CBT). De Chuch & Mesmer-Magnus (2010) further point out that team cognition provides both the structure that guides behavior in teams, but that team cognition also grows as a result of frequent interaction. “All DeChurch, L. Kearney, E.,

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