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Book Review: Adopting Agile Across Borders

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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7 Steps To Hybrid Teams Success

7 Steps To Hybrid Teams Success

Hybrid teams are emerging as the new normal for many organizations. But how can you ensure your hybrid teams deliver for your customers and your organization? We’re glad you asked.

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2021 Scrummer Reading List

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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Do We Need Frameworks?

Do We Need Frameworks?

In a perfect world, there would be no systems or frameworks, or methodologies. Scrum Inc. CEO JJ Sutherland recently wondered if frameworks are needed. Here’s what he found.

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Is Your Scrum Training Paying Off?

Is Your Scrum Training Paying Off?

Like any other upskilling or reskilling efforts, companies need a way to determine whether the Scrum training they bought provided the ‘bang for the buck’ they expected. Scrum Inc.’s Avi Schneier examines four metrics you should consider in making this determination.

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Should Your Organization Be Colocated, Fully Remote, Or Hybrid?

Should Your Organization Be Colocated, Fully Remote, Or Hybrid?

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.

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