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Showing up: Why your Scrum Master mindset is everything

What is one of the most important aspects of holding the Scrum Master accountability? Read on to see why your mindset and what you bring of yourself to your Scrum practice are critical to success. Read on to see why your mindset and what you bring of yourself to your Scrum practice are critical to success. Open and curious.

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Scrum: 20 Sprint Planning Anti-Patterns

TL; DR: Scrum Master Anti-Patterns. Join Stefan in one of his upcoming Professional Scrum training classes ! Scrum’s Sprint Planning aims to align the Developers and the Product Owner on what to build next, delivering the highest possible value to customers. Shall I notify you about articles like this one?


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The Difference Between The Kanban Method and Scrum


In this article, he outlines the similarities of the two as WIP Limiting, Pull-based systems – with cadences and a focus on learning – while also explaining their differences. A question that I often get while speaking with people is: What is the difference between Kanban and Scrum? Value-system Influences.

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Opportunity to Influence Product Development at - Come Experiment With Us!

The Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) community helps bring our mission to life by delivering classes around Scrum and working with customers directly. Your Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) supports the classroom sessions as an expert in the subject matter and by facilitating exercises, simulations, and constructive discussions.

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Stakeholder Communication Strategy: Part 3 of 4 Steps of Stakeholder Engagement

By Lavaneesh Gautam , Professional Scrum Trainer Effective Stakeholder Engagement is key to the success of the product and one of the essential skills all product people should have. By Lavaneesh Gautam , Professional Scrum Trainer Question 1: What Message Do We Want To Provide? What channels we will use to pass that message?

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The Three — Wait: Four — Elements of Empiricism

In its theory section, the Scrum Guide refers to the three elements of empiricism: transparency, inspection, and adaptation. However, a fourth element, foundational to enable empiricism, is hidden in a sentence on Scrum Values. Read on and learn more about the complete picture of Scrum’s empiricism. ???? Empiricism.

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Influencing the eternal optimism of a delivery team

Kiron Bondale

For those teams which use an iteration-based cadence for their delivery such as those who have implemented the Scrum framework there have multiple feedback loops to help them improve. Teams which don’t use feedback loops with their products and their processes should not consider themselves to be very agile.