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2019 Scrummer Reading List+

2019 Scrummer Reading List+

2019 Scrummer Reading List It’s that time of year again  - and our annual reading list is back with a twist. For 2019 we’re expanding the suggestions from the Scrum Inc. Team to include podcasts and even some TV shows. We’re hoping to add your suggestions to the list....

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The Spotify Model and Scrum@Scale

The Spotify Model and Scrum@Scale

Scrum@Scale Trainer Henrik Kniberg discusses how he leveraged the Scrum at Scale Framework to transform the engineering culture at Spotify, achieve continuous delivery and disrupt the music streaming industry.

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Agile Mindset: Why You Should Think Like A Millennial

Agile Mindset: Why You Should Think Like A Millennial

To gain the right Agile mindset you should try thinking like a millennial. Right now you are probably wondering “What does this have to do with Scrum or the right Agile mindest?”  A lot, actually. Because perspective matters.

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Agilest Advice: Struggles and Vocabulary

Agilest Advice: Struggles and Vocabulary

Scrum has its own vocabulary. The list is not long, but it exists. This vocabulary, if used correctly, can increase both communication speed and efficiency. But Scrum specific words can also hinder communication between Scrum Teams and non-Scrum teams. Here is one way to solve that problem.

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Why Less Communication is Better!

Why Less Communication is Better!

Why Less Communication is Better!by Jeff Sutherland | April 12, 2019 | Blog“People were saying that groups needed to communicate more. Jeff (Bezos) got up and said, ‘No, communication is terrible!’” Alan Deutschman, 1 Aug 2014, Fast CompanyYes, you read...

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Scrum Inc. Japan – A New Hope

Scrum Inc. Japan – A New Hope

On March 8, 2019, in Tokyo Japan, I attended the press conference for the formation of Scrum Inc.’s new joint venture, Scrum Inc. Japan. Scrum Inc. is partnering with KDDI, Japan’s second largest telecom, and Eiwa Systems Management (ESM). This joint venture is out to change the way of work in Japan[…]

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Agile Retail: Using Scrum to out Amazon, Amazon

Agile Retail: Using Scrum to out Amazon, Amazon

Agile Retail: Using Scrum to out Amazon, Amazon by Joe Justice The dominance of online retailers like Amazon, Jet and, Zappos, has disrupted traditional brick and mortar retail companies far and wide. Payless, Gymboree and Victoria's Secret are just some of the...

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Better Scrum Through Essential Cards

Better Scrum Through Essential Cards

Over the years, I have heard from many teams the need for a tool that helps accelerate the learning and the application of Scrum. Scrum Essential Cards, capture the key ideas behind Scrum, providing an easy and handy reference guide. I worked with Ivar Jacobson...

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Scrum@Scale at GOTO Copenhagen and NETS Agile Meetup (slides)

Scrum@Scale at GOTO Copenhagen and NETS Agile Meetup (slides)

Scrum Inc. has been a Trifork partner for over a decade in many parts of the world, especially Denmark and Switzerland. Last week I visited Trifork in Copenhagen to do a Certified Scrum Master course and a Certified Scrum@Scale course with Jens Ostergaard who is both...

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How Scrum Improves Gender Parity in the Workplace

How Scrum Improves Gender Parity in the Workplace

Scrum improves gender parity in the workplace because it requires radical honesty and transparency. It helps to highlight prejudices and poor practices. This should lead to equal treatment, equal pay, and equal opportunities.

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A Roadmap for Scrum@Scale

A Roadmap for Scrum@Scale

Agile Boston's 10th annual Give Thanks for Scrum event had a full house at Microsoft's training facility in Burlington, MA on 20 November. I delivered a keynote titled "The Holy Grail of Project Management: Linear Scalability." In my talk, I  laid out the roadmap for...

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