• Agile Advice at Agile2022 Nashville
    by Chris Li

    Join us for Agile Advice, a dedicated area that enables Agile2022 attendees (advice-seekers) to have a one-on-one conversation with an experienced Agilist (Advisor) to help with questions or issues on their journey. The post Agile Advice at Agile2022 Nashville first appeared on Agile Alliance.

  • Scrum Scale Away
    by Chad Beier

      Scrum Scale Away (parody of Come Sail Away by Styx) Chad teaches many courses – whether you are new to Scrum or ready to take Scrum to the next level. He may even play a song or two at the end of your course! You can view upcoming courses in the United States Central Time Zone at […]

  • [VLOG] What Does The Scrum Master Do All Day
    by Joshua Partogi

    What is up awesome people? Hopefully you are having a great week so far. For those of you who have attended the PSM course have learned through case studies about how the Scrum Master uses eight different hats that guides their behaviour. For people who are new to being a Scrum Master, quite often […]

  • 15 Sprint Review Anti-Patterns 🇩🇪
    by Stefan Wolpers

    In Kürze: 15 Sprint Review Anti-Patterns Sind wir noch auf dem richtigen Weg, das Produktziel zu erreichen? Und wie hat der vorangegangene Sprint zur Mission unseres Scrum-Teams beigetragen? Die Beantwortung dieser Fragen und die Anpassung des Produkt-Backlogs in einer gemeinsamen Anstrengung des […]

  • Scrum Events Reduce Meetings
    by Mary Iqbal

    One of the first things that I usually hear after describing the Scrum framework and its five events to someone new to Scrum is, “that’s a lot of meetings!”     I get it — at first glance, it seems like a lot.  But it really isn’t when I get the person to take a closer look.  I […]

  • Scrum and your Organizational Agility
    by Itopa Sulé

    There is a popular myth that the Scrum Masters’ accountabilities ends with the scrum team and may not be required when the team becomes matured. As a result, many organizations limit the role of the Scrum Master to the team level. Nothing could be further from the truth. In this article, we’ll […]

  • Guiding the organization in multi-skill development
    by Ilia Pavlichenko

    The sixth blog, in a blog series about the upcoming book: Creating Agile Organizations – A Systemic Approach, by Cesario Ramos & Ilia Pavlichenko. A successful team works together towards serving the business goals. The team skills required to do that are always changing. For example, a top […]

  • 15 Sprint Review Anti-Patterns — Scrum Anti-Patterns Guide 2022
    by Stefan Wolpers

    TL; DR: 15 Sprint Review Anti-Patterns Are we still on track to accomplish the Product Goal? Moreover, how did the previous Sprint contribute to our Scrum team’s mission? Answering these questions and adapting the Product Backlog in a collaborative effort of the Scrum Team with internal and […]