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Agile and Scrum: Unravelling the Misconceptions

As trainers, we often come across common misconceptions from course attendees about Agile and Scrum. We tend to hear red flags of misalignment when we explore folk's current definitions and understanding of Agile and Scrum at the start of our courses. Agile eliminates the need for planning or documentation.

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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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Value of a Scrum Master in Agile Teams

Navigating the complex landscape of Agile project management requires more than just a map and a compass; it demands a guide who is both knowledgeable and adaptable. In the realm of software development and product innovation, the Scrum Master emerges as this pivotal guide. Enjoy this video? NKDAgility can help!

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“Scrum is Dead” and other Scrum Myths

In this article, we will dispel 3 Scrum myths. Now, I’m not saying the Loch Ness Monster is real… but I am saying that Scrum is not dead. Myth 1: Scrum Is 'Dead' The reality: Scrum, the most popular Agile framework, has seen significant growth in adoption over the past few years. for more on this topic.)

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Unleashing Agile Excellence: How Scrum Training Empowers Developers and Drives Organizational Success

Image Source: [link] Although Scrum is a well-known framework for agile software development, implementing Scrum alone won’t guarantee success. Deliver working software more frequently and reliably, reducing the time-to-market and increasing customer satisfaction.

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Agile Teams: Roles & Structures That Work

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Agile methods need Agile teams — teams that think differently and work in ways that support responsive delivery. An agile mindset, and a set of shared values, principles, and often Agile tools, help Agile teams succeed. So why are agile teams different to other types of ‘classic’ project team?

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Comparing Agile Methods: Scrum, Kanban and Scrumban

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Regular readers will know that I’m not at all experienced in formal Agile project management, but I know it is something that I need to know more about. Today I’m partnering with Eylean to give you an overview of three agile methodologies: Scrum, Kanban and Scrumban. Agile Methods: The Basics. Agile is agile is agile?