Shift & Share with Scrum

Liberating Structures are 33 microstructures that allow you to unleash and involve everyone in a group – from extroverted to introverted and from leaders to followers. In this series of posts, we show how Liberating Structures can be used to spice up your Scrum Events. Move away from the stickies and the whiteboards for a […]

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Myth 4: In Scrum, the Product Backlog has to consist out of User Stories

Scrum is intended as a simple, yet sufficient framework for complex product delivery. Scrum is not a one-size-fits-all solution, a silver bullet or a complete methodology. Instead, Scrum provides the minimal boundaries within which teams can self-organize to solve a complex problem using an empirical approach. This simplicity is its greatest strength, but also the […]

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Workshop – The Scrum Master as a Manager

Today I facilitated the workshop “The Scrum Master as a Manager” at the conference “Agile Spain 2017” in Sevilla. Agile Spain is an annual event promoted by(800!) participants  that experience software development in a different way. Within a collaborative environment, participants are offered the opportunity to share knowledge and experiences around agility. In this blog […]

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Myth 2: The Sprint Backlog can’t change during the Sprint

Scrum is intended as a simple, yet sufficient framework for complex product delivery. Scrum is not a one-size-fits-all solution, a silver bullet or a complete methodology. Instead, Scrum provides the minimal boundaries within which teams can self-organize to solve a complex problem using an empirical approach. This simplicity is its greatest strength, but also the […]

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