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Sprint Zero

Sprint Zero

Let me tell you why a Sprint Zero makes little to no sense at all.

An Introduction to Scrum

An Introduction to Scrum

I have prepared a PowerPoint presentation that introduces Scrum at colleges where I have given lectures on the Agile and Scrum frameworks.

Se encantando pelo Mundo Agile

Se encantando pelo Mundo Agile

Em meados de 2009 fui chamado para trabalhar em uma empresa que estava implantando o framework Scrum. Naquela época não tinha a menor ideia do que era desenvolvimento ágil de software e muito menos o que era Scrum. . . .

Fixed Mindset Versus Agile Mindset

Fixed Mindset Versus Agile Mindset

In my 15 years' experience, I've come across people who think either in terms of the traditional Waterfall framework or the Agile framework. I have classified them as the Fixed Mindset and the Agile Mindset.

How to Execute Scrum Well

How to Execute Scrum Well

Everyone has preferred practices for executing certain aspects of Scrum consistently and well. What follows are mie.

Standing Up for Status

Standing Up for Status

I can understand the confusion of new staff who are immediately told that stand-ups are not status meetings. Just because it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck . . .

Manejando la retroalimentación al producto

Manejando la retroalimentación al producto

Quiero compartirles algunos aprendizajes que obtuve en un taller que impartí para la creación y manejo del Product Backlog.

One Sprint, Two Sprint, Me Sprint, You Sprint

One Sprint, Two Sprint, Me Sprint, You Sprint

The "Agile Avengers" are a pilot Agile marketing team, the first of its kind at our organization. We're fulfilling our goals while serving as agents of change across the whole organization, proving that Scrum isn't just for developers anymore.

Real-Time Sprint Retrospective

Real-Time Sprint Retrospective

I conduct frequent Scrum training sessions, and I follow a particular approach to help the participants understand how a sprint retrospective can be used effectively in Scrum. Here's how I do it.

You’ve Got a Friend in Me

You’ve Got a Friend in Me

I have been a ScrumMaster for more than six years, but it has only been in the past year that I have really appreciated the importance of having a great relationship with my product owner.

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