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The Scrum@Scale framework is both modular and fractal – not prescriptive. A steady roll-out delivers feedback from the enterprise context and culture which ensures a responsive framework that delivers value faster.read more
Saab Defense uses the Scrum framework to organize thousands of engineers into hundreds of teams that deliver a new iteration of the jet every three weeks.read more
On July 6, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, the creators of the Scrum Framework, held a webinar to discuss updates to the Scrum Guide. They also answered questions submitted by scrum practitioners around the globe.read more
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.read more
Writing Better User Stories User Stories are Product Backlog Items that are descriptions of functionality. The User Story always takes the form: “As a ______ I want to ___________ so that I can ______.” Our experience has shown that when Teams master producing clear,…read more
Responsibilities of the Executive Action TeamTransitioning 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...read more
XM Patterns Just as software design patterns have dramatically accelerated the speed of quality software development, we are seeing hardware design patterns provide repeatable solutions to common challenges faced by hardware scrum team. The “Gang of Four” format is...read more
Scrum for Maximum Awesome As Agile practices and Scrum move outside of software we are seeing new pockets of innovation occurring. In this online course, you will learn how Agile software techniques can be applied in multiple domains including physical engineering...read more
A3 – Root Cause Analysis The A3 is a tool for identifying root causes to deep problems and building consensus on how to remedy them. Estimated time for this course: 25 minutes Audience: Scrum Masters facing a reoccurring impediment Suggested…read more
Hyper-Productive Metrics Hyper-Productive metrics are designed to help Scrum Masters carefully tune their teams into a hyper-productive state. Hyper-Productivity is defined as a 400% increase in Velocity over the baseline Velocity with corresponding quality. The…read more
Scrum of Scrums The Scrum of Scrums is a scaling mechanism. Scrum scales fractally and by doing so limits the number of communication pathways needed to transmit information relevant to the success of the enterprise. The Scrum of Scrums is analogous to the team level...read more
How to Launch a Scrum Team We share our step-by-step backlog for launching new teams or reinvigorating old ones. Three different perspectives from three Scrum Inc. coaches on how to launch a Scrum team and how to overcome the most common impediments. Estimated time…read more
Scrum for Hardware: Full Scale Manufacturing Scrum for full-scaling manufacturing is an Agile discipline that combines Scrum with modular architecture and Lean/XP practices. This framework enables those who work with hardware to enjoy the same benefits that agile...read more
Multitasking Multitasking is a form of wasted motion. Taiichi Ohno, in his book: The Toyota Production System outlined multiple forms of waste. Multitasking is a classic form of Muda, or wasted effort. It happens when people, systems or machines switch between...read more
Daily Scrum After Sprint Planning, the Team gets to work and meets every day for the Daily Scrum. All team members working on the Sprint Backlog need to attend and should standup to help keep the meeting short (no longer than 15 minutes)....read more