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Scrum Inc.’s Robert Wood recently received of an article from 1967. If you peer through the time-space language filter, you will see forward-thinking Agile concepts around teams, motivation, and modern leadership.
More than a year after the COVID restrictions made work from home the norm (and zoom a verb), offices are beginning to reopen. There are, however, points every organization should consider as they plan for what comes next. We’ve created this guide to help you inspect and adapt what ‘going back to work’ means.
Scrum Inc. CEO JJ Sutherland explains how an admittedly awkwardly phrased term in the Agile Manifesto points out a fundamental truth all organizations should remember when deciding what their ‘new normal’ will be.
So, what might the next evolution of our employee experience look like? Can we seize this opportunity to really conceive of some ideas and create a better place to work? Spoiler Alert: It will require A LOT of experiments.
Engaged, empowered employees are critical to the success of any organization. As leadership thinks through the new reality of work, honest feedback on employee experience is key to unlocking productivity and potential. We interviewed four people from different industries to learn about their experience during the pandemic.
Scrum Inc.’s own Dr. Mark Buckner has spent years thinking of a way to transform public schools that would unlock the inherent potential of every student – regardless of their GPA. This month we proudly shine a light on the launch of his i-School concept.
No matter the trade, function, or job, stable teams will always be your most productive teams. Scrum Inc.’s Dee Rhoda recently saw how a stable Design+Construction team boosted productivity by 467%. She explores how and why this occurs.
That people’s initial reaction to change is resistance is well known. That is one reason effective change management is critical if your organizational refactoring is to succeed. Scrum Inc.’s Michael Simmons details ways to turn detractors into advocates.
The concept of an Increment is deceptively straightforward. If you just focus on the obvious you can miss some extremely important facets. Scrum Inc.’s McCaul Baggett examines why creating a usable Increment each Sprint is critical to success, and how to decompose backlogs to ensure you’re delivering value.
Effective leadership is critical for any organization. But what can a leadership team deliver in a single Sprint? What are their Increments? Scrum Inc.’s Matthew Jacobs explores how leadership can identify their Increments and how they can balance the strategic and tactical nature of their work.
The reasons are many; their work is too fluid; too dynamic. They don’t support a single project. They are a different animal. Scrum Inc.’s Robert Woods regularly hears these concerns from Shared Services teams. It’s time to dispel these myths.