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In large organisations you might find yourself confronted with a common challenge – the illusive meeting timeslot. As a ScrumMaster, one of the first steps in a new team is to put together a tentative working model including a scrum meeting schedule. Scrum comes with a default working model, which...
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Mornings, 9:30 am in Germany. A friendly regard from colleagues, a delicious Cappuccino and a waffle square filled with milk cream, chocolate and hazelnuts. Splendid – I’m there! Morning, 9:30 am in Germany. For most of the people in the offices between Flensburg and Füssen, this usually mea...
Erklaervideos
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We have already discussed the impacts of scaling Agile on architecture, infrastructure and the skill set in the previous videos. In this episode, we focus on an essential aspect of agile product development: user-centricity. First of all, we need to clarify: There is no real user centricity out ther...
Team Retrospective
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The Retrospective is perhaps the most challenging part of the Scrum process for a ScrumMaster. Although there are several ways to run a retro, the basic idea is very simple. You want to find out what went well and what could be improved, to gather information that will help you to improve the team's...
check-in questions
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“Check-in questions are childish,” so one member of the development team stated, which stimulated a vibrant discussion that filled our 15 minutes during our daily. “If we want to reach our goals, we need to be efficient and serious about our work.” As a reflective person, I certainly scru...