Scrum


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The Daily ScrumMaster?

by Bart Gerardi

Should ScrumMasters ever attend the daily scrum or stand-up meeting? As a guiding principle, agile values self-organizing and self-managing teams, but let’s explore five scenarios where the presence, and perhaps even participation, of a ScrumMaster could be helpful if they adhere to a specific role.

First Sprint, Lasting Lessons

by Andrew Makar, PMP

Agile processes can offer rewarding advantages to traditional software development, but they take time to adopt properly. New teams will likely encounter conflicts and confusion during their first sprint retrospective. Here are five lessons learned that can help your next sprint avoid some common pitfalls.

What Is Agile Marketing?

podCast
by Dave Prior

Scrum trainer and coach Maria Matarelli discusses applying agile principles in marketing departments, from creating user stories to inspecting and adapting. The benefits include a deeper understanding of both existing and potential customers, which leads to greater returns on advertising campaigns. [30:30]

Design Thinking + Agile

by Bob Tarne, PMP

Agile and Design Thinking, two leading trends in project management, follow an iterative approach and emphasize the importance of the team. But it is their differences that offer great potential when combined as complementary tools for complex problem-solving, customer interaction and value delivery.

Transforming the Work World

podCast
by Dave Prior

Scrum Alliance CEO Manny Gonzalez discusses a newly revised mission to guide and inspire individuals, leaders and organizations with “practices, principles and values that create workplaces that are joyful, prosperous and sustainable.” In addition to a new knowledge platform, this year brings a concerted effort to strengthen existing certifications and create a career-long path of professional development, from team members to executives. [12:24]

Estimate With Purpose

podCast
by Dave Prior

If an estimate isn’t going to change team behavior, it’s probably not worth the bother, says Agile thought leader Mike Cohn. But most of the time we do need estimates, and they need to be created in “safe” environments that accept truth-telling and uncertainty. [19 min.]

Scrumban Beyond Teams

by Ajay Reddy

The principles and practices of Scrumban can go beyond helping teams improve performance. Here are four levels that Scrumban can be employed, from teams and departments to programs and portfolios. This understanding can be a starting point for its adoption across the entire organization.

Top 3 Challenges in Scrum Transition

by Scrum Alliance

Organizations face several challenges as they transition to Scrum, including active and passive resistance, misunderstandings and confusion about processes, and a failure to adapt to changing roles. Here, three experts share advice about how to overcome these common issues.

From PM to Scrum Master

podCast
by Dave Prior

Michael Tibbert — a servant leader of various teams at a technology provider to the energy sector — discusses how he made the transition from PMP-certified project manager to Scrum Master, and how he advances agile processes beyond software projects into other areas of the organization. [32 min.]

Top 3 Benefits of Scrum Transition

by Scrum Alliance

During an organization’s transition to Scrum, significant benefits can become apparent early on, as everyone learns the principles and processes of Agile management, including stronger communication, transparency and leadership.

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