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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...
Scrum in Military Aviation

Scrum in Military Aviation

Scrum in Military Aviation Building a Jet Fighter Faster, Cheaper, Better with ScrumAdvanced military systems are some of the most expensive and complex research, design, and manufacturing challenges in the world! The question is: “How do you control the costs...

Scrum Guide Refresh

Scrum Guide Refresh Estimated time for this course: 46 minutesAudience: AllSuggested Prerequisites: None Upon completion you will: Understand the recent changes to the Scrum Guide Learn how the co-founders of Scrum answer the agile communities’ FAQs regarding...

Scrum in Innovation

Scrum in Innovation Learn how Agile teams are using a systematic and comprehensive innovation framework with real metrics, meaningful dashboards, and a concept called “ideascrum” to power an innovation revolution. Estimated time for this course:...

Executive Action Team

Responsibilities of the Executive Action Team Transitioning from traditional project management to Scrum is a paradigm shift. Too often, leadership believes implementing Scrum is a simple process change that can be delegated. Leadership must own an Agile transition...