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Perfecting Scrum Basics

Find clear definitions and the original thinking behind the core Scrum Framework.


One of the core principles in Scrum is the idea of continuous improvement. Each Sprint the Team engages in an inspect-and-adapt cycle during the Retrospective meeting. Beyond that though, the Scrum Guide doesn’t offer much insight into how to run a successful Retrospective and how to use the meeting to improve production, quality, and velocity. Visit the full course page.

How To Launch a Scrum Team

Join us as we share how we help clients launch teams. We share our step-by-step backlog for launching new teams or reinvigorating old. Three different perspectives from three Scrum Inc. coaches on what to do, what the common impediments are, how to avoid the worst and conquer the inevitable. Visit the full course page.

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Announcing Scrum Inc. U.K.

“Our mission is to help organizations around the world achieve enterprise agility through the adoption of Scrum, Scrum@Scale, and Agile principles. Our new offices in the UK allow us to do just that.”

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2022 State of Agile Report – 5 Takeaways

The 2022 State of Agile Report is out and it includes a number of interesting findings. Scrum@Scale is now the fastest growing scaling framework in the world. And nearly nine-in-ten report their team uses Scrum. We examine the top trends and roadblocks identified by the report.

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Logos Are Not Enough

It’s not about colorful logos gracing email signatures for one month out of the year; this is more important. It’s about fostering a culture that acknowledges that our differences are our strengths, our similarities are catalysts, and keeping our focus on what matters for the task at hand.

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Our Time-Saving Scrum Holiday Gift Guide!

Our Time-Saving Scrum Holiday Gift Guide! by Kamaria Hill | December 6, 2021 | Blog The holidays are here and the time is upon us for gift-giving. Once again, we've scoured the web for the perfect Scrum-themed gifts so that you don't have to. Take a look at some of...

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What is Your Personal Cost of Delay?

We each have an inner critic. And they can be paralyzing. Still, as Scrum Inc.’s Brian Hackerson explains, we must learn to listen to that inner critic in order to change it to an inner advocate. Reducing the time it takes to make that switch works the same way as reducing decision latency in a Scrum Team or Agile organization.

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Home Hospital Accelerator: Spreading Acute Care at Home

Creating a program that allows some patients to receive acute hospital-level care at home is one way to improve patient experience and reduce the potential risks of hospitalization. A group of 23 hospitals and healthcare systems have partnered to optimize home hospital care and they’re using Scrum in their accelerator.

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Book Review: Adopting Agile Across Borders

Is there such a thing as a universal “Agile culture”? Authors Glaudia Califano and David Spinks examine that and more in their new book Adopting Agile Across Borders. It is a fascinating and insightful read for Agile practitioners and anyone interested in learning how to harness diversity.

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Warfighter Summit

AGILE OFFENSEFOR BETTER DEFENSE 2021 Military Agility Forum    Brought To You By:The place where top leaders in the defense sector   dominate new territory using agile implementation.     This was a dynamic dual in-person and virtual experience featuring a mix of...

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2021 Scrummer Reading List

Great stories told well are the best information radiators. So every year, we share the books and podcasts that have captivated members of the Scrum Inc. team. Whether you’re looking to learn something new, challenge your way of thinking, understand how humans interact, improve your Agile skills, or are just looking for a bit of escapism, the 2021 Scrummer Reading List has something for everyone!

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