Scrum Inc. Blog
In this episode of ScrumCast, Scrum Inc. consultants and trainers Kevin Ball and Jack Harmening join host Tom Bullock to discuss how to use Definition of Ready, Definition of Done, and Acceptance Criteria to set your team up for success.
Improving the process of turning around an operating room leads to both better patient outcomes and boosts the revenue of a hospital. This is why our hospital partner wanted to cut the average turnaround time for an operating theater by an average 15 minutes or more, without sacrificing standards or safety. Here’s how we did it…
It is no longer enough to simply not be a racist. White supremacy must end. We must be actively anti-racist. We call on everyone in the Scrum and Agile community to take a stand. We must do all we can to demand and get real change. Silence is complicity.
Agile Done Right is a new book by Darrell Rigby, Sarah Elk, and Steve Berez. JJ Sutherland explains why it simply is a must read for the Agile Community.
As a Scrum coach and trainer, I have worked with a variety of clients over the years and have found consistently that 6 key elements can get your Agile transformation started on the right path.
Scrum Inc. experts talk about the absence of Managers in the Scrum Guide, and how they still play an important role in your organization.
We are highlighting Dahm for his tireless work on behalf of Thai citizens and healthcare professionals during the Covid crisis as a Scrum Master and Agile Coach for Thai CoCare.
Distributed Teams: Mitigating Business Risk in Uncertain TimesThis free webinar explores how your business can mitigate a significant business risk imposed from the Coronavirus by activating distributed Agile teams. Feel Free To Enjoy the Webinar NowHow to Create...
When teams focus on ritual instead of the purpose and value of Scrum Events they’re bound to be plagued with dysfunction. This book offers a simple solution to get your Scrum back on track.
Coordination. Meetings. Being productive and help kids learn remotely.Scrum Inc. CEO JJ Sutherland shares these tactics for common remote work issues.
Agile Finance can help companies through the economic storm. The ability to quickly pivot and adapt based on changing conditions and rapid feedback is critical to your survival.
The Coronavirus has created a level of business risk unseen since the Great Recession. One way to address the problem is the effective use of distributed Agile teams. If done right, data shows us that this can ensure employees who work remotely remain connected, productive and aligned.