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Come sprint with us. As part of the SCRUM ALLIANCE® community, you’ll learn from like-minded Scrum enthusiasts and discover creative Scrum implementations and best practices.

The Scrum Alliance global community portal is here, filled with new features including; highly collaborative user groups - both regional and specialized, exclusive Agile product discounts, and member-only content like coach- and trainer-led webinars. 

Read this blog post by Liz Crider, Scrum Alliance's Community and Membership Manager, to learn more about this accomplishment for our global audience. Already a current certification holder through Scrum Alliance?

 

View this tutorial video to learn how to claim your membership

 

Located around the world, Scrum User Groups bring Scrum enthusiasts together from diverse backgrounds and industries. Search User Groups »

Member Articles

Team Building Through Escape Room Adventures

Team Building Through Escape Room Adventures

Many people overlook the ScrumMaster’s ability to create high-functioning teams through team building and dynamics training.

How to Survive and Thrive on Self-Organizing Teams

How to Survive and Thrive on Self-Organizing Teams

If you’re on a team that isn’t working together as well as it could, try these tactics to help yourself get through the forming and storming phases of group development, establish group norms, and perform well.

The Product Owner's View

The Product Owner's View

In recent weeks I've been spending some dedicated time talking with product owners from various industries and levels of experience. The goal was to try to better understand the challenges they face.

Don't Chase Waterfalls

Don't Chase Waterfalls

I recently had the opportunity to manage a project team and take it from Waterfall to Scrum.

Technical Debt and Agile

Technical Debt and Agile

Let’s better understand technical debt and how it affects product quality. We can rescue our Agile team by following best practices and educating stakeholders.

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