ScrumMaster trainings are intensive, starting with Scrum basics and moving to advanced topics such as distributed Scrum. Usually the participants are a good mix of amateur ScrumMasters, pro agilists, traditional project managers, and also highly experienced Scrum enthusiasts. While the goal is to bring everyone onto the same page, we do not wish to put off any participant, no matter what his or her experience.
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This PowerPoint training is based on the Scrum Guide. It uses the self-organizing team as a main thread to link all components of Scrum. Scrum values, pillars, and artifacts are treated as "weapons" of the self-organizing team.
Organizations now focus more on continuously delivering and integrating small, workable pieces that retain quality and satisfy immediate needs. To do this, organizations are adopting Scrum, a framework that can be easily made to address most of the business challenges.
Scrum is one of the most heavily used agile techniques. It's not about coding; instead, it focuses on organization and project management. Here's how one manager and team adopted Scrum techniques.
Jeff Sutherland, one of Scrum's creators, talks about where the industry is, where it's going and the challenges that lie ahead as more companies adopt agile and Scrum.
Instead of Scrum, which is a software development framework in the widest sense of the term, Kanban is a method. What happens when the two join forces?
There's a different way to approach project planning and management that some projects may find useful. It's called Scrumban...
One expert used to think that ScrumMasters were not--and should not be--functional managers. But after coaching many teams, he's not so sure anymore.
Everyone in the Agile world raves about self-organizing teams and the value of self-organization. Yet very few are willing to push self-organization to the next step: to actually work without anyone (including you) telling their mate (including yourself) what they must do.
Agile was considered to be synonymous with innovation. However, it has received criticism for focusing too much on meeting the time goals at the expense of exploring innovative solutions.