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The Product Backlog – where does it come from?

The Product Owner has often been considered a bottleneck when creating a Product Backlog, as he was deciding which items would be included. Nowadays, new practices have been introduced to ensure…

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Product Owner in Scrum

The Product Owner is mostly known to be responsible for two major things: a healthy ROI and prioritizing the backlog. However, his tasks go way beyond that and are critical for a…

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Scrum Roles

Scrum in its traditional form defined by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland consisted of only three parties: Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team. However, early on it…

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The Role of the ScrumMaster

There are many misconceptions about which key tasks are included in the role of a ScrumMaster. In this video, I illustrate the different functions which a ScrumMaster must fulfill. However, it…

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Scrum Meetings – Retrospective

The final meeting within the Scrum framework is called the Retrospective. The key is to review the last iteration and determine how we can improve…

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Scrum 3.0 – A new picture

In its original version, Scrum has always been customer centric. However, the framework has evolved considerably over the last few years. In my next video, I explain how in…

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Scrum Meetings – Daily (Scrum)

A very important meeting is the Daily, where teams come together for 15 minutes every day, to discuss next steps on how to reach their sprint goal. It is…

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Commitment

Join me for my how-to video, in which I explain the basics of commitment. Why is it essential to define a goal, which we want to achieve as a team? And…

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Scrum Meetings – Sprint Planning #1

In this video I talk about the Sprint Planning #1 meeting, which is used to create a common understanding and a mutual agreement on what the team will accomplish. Further I explain…

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Scrum and multi-disciplinary teams

In this edition of my video series, I explain the need to use multidisciplinary teams in Scrum, rather than cross-functional. Teams should consist of members from all business areas to develop a fully functional…

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Scrum Basics
Boris Gloger

Product Owner in Scrum

The Product Owner is mostly known to be responsible for two major things: a healthy ROI and prioritizing the backlog. However, his tasks go way beyond that and are critical for a…

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Scrum Basics
Boris Gloger

Scrum Roles

Scrum in its traditional form defined by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland consisted of only three parties: Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team. However, early on it…

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Scrum Basics
Boris Gloger

The Role of the ScrumMaster

There are many misconceptions about which key tasks are included in the role of a ScrumMaster. In this video, I illustrate the different functions which a ScrumMaster must fulfill. However, it…

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Scrum Basics
Boris Gloger

Scrum 3.0 – A new picture

In its original version, Scrum has always been customer centric. However, the framework has evolved considerably over the last few years. In my next video, I explain how in…

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Scrum Basics
Boris Gloger

Scrum Meetings – Daily (Scrum)

A very important meeting is the Daily, where teams come together for 15 minutes every day, to discuss next steps on how to reach their sprint goal. It is…

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Scrum
Boris Gloger

Commitment

Join me for my how-to video, in which I explain the basics of commitment. Why is it essential to define a goal, which we want to achieve as a team? And…

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Scrum Meetings
Boris Gloger

Scrum Meetings – Sprint Planning #1

In this video I talk about the Sprint Planning #1 meeting, which is used to create a common understanding and a mutual agreement on what the team will accomplish. Further I explain…

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Scrum
Boris Gloger

Scrum and multi-disciplinary teams

In this edition of my video series, I explain the need to use multidisciplinary teams in Scrum, rather than cross-functional. Teams should consist of members from all business areas to develop a fully functional…

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