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Rebel’s Guide to PM

Fluid is award-winning PPM software that influences your whole business for the better. In a hybrid environment, the Scrum Master can be leading on the agile task delivery using the sprint features. Another great feature is that Fluid integrates with the other tools your team might be using. I was impressed.

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Scrum Methodology: Roles, Events & Artifacts

The scrum methodology was developed as a response to rigid project management approaches such as the waterfall method, which didn’t adapt to the needs of agile product and software development teams. We’ll explore the scrum methodology in-depth, but before that, let’s start with a simple scrum definition.


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The 12 Agile Principles: Definitions & How to Use Them

Agile principles are the foundations of agile. Agile is a project management methodology that allows development teams to set up a dynamic work management framework. This method is based on 12 guiding principles, known as agile principles. What Are the 12 Agile Principles? Agile Core Values.

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Scrum Anti-Patterns GPT

TL; DR: Scrum Anti-Patterns GPT Can a Custom Scrum Anti-Patterns GPT align teams with Scrum principles? Dive into how leveraging custom GPTs might offer a novel path through Scrum’s common hurdles, focusing on creating actual customer value in the face of organizational and team-level challenges. ?

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Scrum Is Not the Point

When I work with customers, the ones who have the biggest troubles are the ones who are obsessed with ”doing scrum right”. Scrum is not the point. If I’m working with a company on their agile transformation or their implementation of Scrum or doing a Scrum training for their team, they’re not wrong in thinking that Scrum is important.

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How agile is your team (and what you can do about it!)

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Did you know, one survey found that the most common reason to adopt agile is to be able to deliver products more quickly? Yet the same survey found that 75% of people did not believe their organisation had a culture that supported agile ways of working. Discovering the recipe for team agility. This matches my experience.

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Development Team Anti-Patterns

TL; DR: Development Team Anti-Patterns. After covering the Scrum Master and the Product Owner, this article addresses Development Team anti-patterns, covering all Scrum Events as well as the Product Backlog artifact. The Role of the Development Team in Scrum.