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Which Scrum Master Credential Is Best For Me?

Which Scrum Master Credential Is Best For Me?

Which Scrum Master Credential Is Best For Me? by Kamaria Hill & Veronica Ruiz| February 4, 2022 | Blog Your leadership team is ready to support Agile in your organization. They have tasked you with getting the teams ready to Scrum. A little research takes you to...

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Does ‘Without Power’ Always Equal ‘Powerless’?

Does ‘Without Power’ Always Equal ‘Powerless’?

Does the concept of powerlessness reside more in a psychological sense as opposed to being grounded in reality? Scrum Inc.’s Robert Woods examines this question and ways to reflect on whether you have a learned sense of powerlessness and the impact it’s having on your work, organization, and life.

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Our Time-Saving Scrum Holiday Gift Guide!

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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Is the Scrum Master a Full-Time Role or Not?

Is the Scrum Master a Full-Time Role or Not?

So is the Scrum Master a full-time role? Or can it be done on a part-time basis? Can a single Scrum Master support multiple teams? Scrum Inc.’s Robert Woods answers these questions by exploring four common scenarios.

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What is Your Personal Cost of Delay?

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

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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What To Do When Managers Ask, “What Happened To My Job?”

What To Do When Managers Ask, “What Happened To My Job?”

What To Do When Managers Ask, “What Happened To My Job?” by Jessica Jagoditsh | October 1, 2021 | Blog As HR and People Operations leaders, especially if we are an Agile organization or if we are going through an Agile transformation, we start to notice that roles and...

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