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Is Your Company Agile?

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The Big M Build Party

Scrum Inc.'s Joe Justice and Joel Riddle delivered a build party at SME's The Big M conference the first week in June. Special thanks to Dan Greening, Jonathan Watrous, and Ila Lee. If you are interested in sponsoring or holding a build party at your next event, visit...

Scrum Inc. at SXSW

If you're heading to SXSW, on Monday, March 16th, the Scrum Inc. Team is gathering a group of volunteers to build a car from scratch. No experience in Agile or Automotive Manufacturing needed. The eXtreme Manufacturing Build Party will have self-organizing Scrum teams...

Scrum Inc. Partners with Hubert Smits

During my fifteen years working as a Scrum trainer I’ve contributed to a few concepts on Scaled implementations that have been adopted by the larger Agile community. My first words of advice: bundle external experience with internal champions. Also, find the smartest...

HICSS 2016 – Call for Papers

HICSS is one of the top conferences in paper citation index rankings. This means papers will be seen and used by researchers worldwide more than papers from other conferences. All HICSS papers are published in the IEEE Digital Library and are FREE to download, so...

Live Online Courses will be Free

At Scrum Inc. we've been broadcasting live online courses every month for over two years. In fact this week's course on Retrospectives was our 29th. Until now, we've been charging $50/course. While we've experimented a few times with broadcasting the live event for...

Scrum Inc. Heads Back to the Valley

This past fall I visited some of the biggest tech players in Silicon Valley (PayPal, Twitter, Salesforce, Wallmart.com etc.) There were two take-a-ways from those visits. First, people, mostly leadership, wanted to know how to scale their Scrum implementations; and...

Scrum at Scale: Changing the Conversation

Part of the key to Scrum's success is that it allows for context-driven solutions and processes – which is why no two Scrum implementations are identical. So why does the conversation about scaling Scrum focus on finding a proscriptive, one-size fits all solution? The...

Getting to Done

My book Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time was published in October. Over the last six weeks, I’ve been touring the U.S. and Europe telling the story of all the influences that culminated in the creation of the first Scrum team over 20 years ago....

Is Your Company Agile?

On my recent book tour in London, I was asked to appear on Sky News. They asked me to talk about why the United Kingdom's productivity is less than other G7 countries. The hot topic of the day was earnings reports from U.K. companies and U.S. companies based in the...

Cultivating Continuous Transformation

Recently, I listened to a presentation by a CTO of a large software company. During the presentation, the CTO talked about a common misconception that the farmer grows food. The fact is, he pointed out, that food grows itself. Plants have the power and ability within...