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Product Goal

What is a Product Goal in Scrum? The Product Goal describes a long-term objective or future state of the product. It is a vital part of the Product Backlog, referred to in the Scrum Guide as a commitment. The Scrum Team uses the Product Goal to plan against and...

Scrum Developers

Developers in Scrum Definition of Developers in Scrum: People in the Scrum Team that are committed to creating any aspect of a usable Increment As the Scrum Guide notes, Developers are the people in the Scrum Team that are committed to creating any aspect of a usable...
Scrum in HR

Scrum in HR

Scrum in HR: A Better Way To Engage, Equip & Empower People Register For A Class Engage Reduce employee burnout and improve engagement & quality. Equip Help your organization adopt and cope with inevitable market changes. Empower Save time and money by...

Overcoming Obstacles

Overcoming Obstacles We asked you to tell us about the Scrum challenges that your team is facing in the field. In this video, JJ Sutherland and Jess Larsen tackle some of the most common and challenging questions. Estimated time for this course: 45...
Scrum Guide Revision 2017

Scrum Guide Revision 2017

2017 Scrum Guide Revision Webinar Watch the Full Video of the Scrum Guide Revision Webinar Please post your comments or questions related to the webinar on this page so that responses are transparent and shared with everyone. The Scrum Guide reflects the definition of...
What is Timeboxing?

What is Timeboxing?

What is Timeboxing? Timeboxing is allotting a fixed, maximum unit of time for an activity. That unit of time is called a time box. The goal of timeboxing is to define and limit the amount of time dedicated to an activity. Scrum uses timeboxing for all of the Scrum...