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XM Patterns

XM Patterns Just as software design patterns have dramatically accelerated the speed of quality software development, we are seeing hardware design patterns provide repeatable solutions to common challenges faced by hardware scrum team. The “Gang of Four” format is...

A3 – Root Cause Analysis

A3 - Root Cause Analysis The A3 is a tool for identifying root causes to deep problems and building consensus on how to remedy them. Estimated time for this course: 85 minutes Audience: Scrum Masters facing a reoccurring impediment Suggested...

Scrum in Sales

Scrum in Sales Scrum has it's roots in software development, but it is often applied in other domains. Manufacturing, education, contracting, defense, even non-profit work. One area of early success in adopting Scrum has been sales.  Businesses that have used Scrum...
Scrum at Scale: Changing the Conversation

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...
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