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In-Depth: The Evidence-Based Business Case For Agile

Scrum.org

What is the business case for Agile teams? We think we do well to base our beliefs about Agile more on evidence. This post is our attempt to bring an evidence-based perspective to the business case of Agile teams. Each post discusses scientific research that is relevant to our work with Scrum and Agile teams.

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In-Depth: The Science On Sustainable Pace, Stress, And Motivation

Scrum.org

How sustainable is your pace as a developer? What is a sustainable pace? The notion of “sustainable pace” is closely tied to Extreme Programming practices. But that recommendation was updated to “sustainable pace” by Ron Jeffries later. Pace should be sustainable over a long time. . Source: Wikipedia. .

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How I ended up becoming a (Professional) Scrum trainer

Gunther Verheyen

In October 2003 my life of Scrum started, albeit not with Scrum. My life of Scrum actually started with eXtreme Programming which we then wrapped in Scrum. Fast forward >> In December 2010 I traveled to Zurich (Switzerland) to attend a PSM class (“Professional Scrum Master”) by Ken Schwaber.

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Top Project Management Conferences of 2020

ProjectManager.com

Global Scrum Gathering. For the agile enthusiast, this scrum gathering takes place twice a year since 2013. There are presentations and interactive sessions led by experts that explore current implementation best practices and creative applications of agile and the scrum framework. Agile & Beyond .

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Regarding the matter of speaking out publicly (on some things ‘Agile’)

Gunther Verheyen

People regularly approach me (often privately) with the request to speak out (potentially publicly) on various things ‘Agile’. Agile nor Scrum. There are already so many haters and bashers, certainly regarding my favourite tool, Scrum. the expectations in their requests. Regarding the matter of importance and impact.

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Moving Your Scrum Downfield [Paper]

Gunther Verheyen

Apparently, it is easy to get stuck at interpreting the rules of Scrum. In the publication “ Moving Your Scrum Downfield ” I have described the six essential traits of the game to help you get unstuck and up your game. These six essential traits are indicative of Scrum coming to life. Every case of Scrum is unique.

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Risk-aware Product Development (a.k.a. Scrum)

Scrum.org

"There's no predictability/commitment in Agile/Scrum". Product Management keeps telling me in this Agile way of doing things there is no committed scope, no plan, only 'Responding to change'. They are either already victims of "Bad Scrum" or are basing their concerns off of a lot of "Bad Scrum" going on out there.