A vital part of a Scrum Team’s success has historically come from continuous, in-person communication and collaboration of its members. Before March 2020, when the US first shuttered its storefronts as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in America, this level of interaction was so integrated into our workspaces that continuous, in-person communication and collaboration was a non-issue. Group work, pop-up huddles, and Scrums were effortless for the majority of collocated teams. Once more than half of the workforce in the US began working from home, those effortless moments of Scrum teamwork became a challenge.
A frequent request of our Scrum students is for Scrum Case Studies. Here we identify over 15 worthwhile case studies for your review, with links to the actual studies for your convenience.
If your Sprints are getting bogged down or missing the mark, you can improve your Scrum with Kanban techniques they don't teach in most Scrum training. In this webinar, certified Kanban and Scrum trainer Kert Peterson provides a comprehensive explanation of how Kanban can improve your process with Task Boards, ...
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Are your Sprints getting bogged down or missing the mark? Scrum with Kanban might be the answer. We provide a comprehensive explanation of how Kanban can improve your process with Task Boards, Team Boards, and a better focus on customer needs.
A former US Navy submarine officer shares three tested frameworks for dealing with crisis, and how those frameworks can be applied to Scrum.
Scrum leaves a lot of room for teams to experiment, but what are the core elements that should not be changed? And what are the elements that can be tailored for your team?
In our Coaching Circles, we often use the Lean Coffee format to structure our discussions and keep the dialogue lively and engaging. For the most part, this format works well for our Coaching Circle calls. For those that are unfamiliar with Lean Coffee, Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting ...
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