Tag Archives: Scrum

What is Scrum? The Answer to Your Company’s Productivity Woes

Jeff Previte — June 15, 2020 Workplace productivity fuels your business. But of course, it can also hinder your growth if your teams are struggling to get things done. There are so many factors that hurt employee productivity, including too many meetings, too much time reading emails, and a lack of processes. One of the … Continue reading What is Scrum? The Answer to Your Company’s Productivity Woes

Remote Agile (Part 1): Practices & Tools for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Product Owners

Stefan Wolpers — March 20, 2020 TL; DR: Remote Agile, Part 1: Practices & Tools for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Product Owners Agile has always been about colocation, about direct communication, physical boards, and all the other haptic and analog moments to create value in the digital realm. As a Professional Scrum Trainer, I … Continue reading Remote Agile (Part 1): Practices & Tools for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Product Owners

Maximizing Product Value Through Scrum Values

Johannes Geske — February 20, 2020 Delivering and maximizing value is a complex undertaking in which Scrum Teams learn and create value through an empirical process based on transparency, inspection and adaptation. Empiricism comes to life when the people on a Scrum Team share and live values that promote transparency, inspection and adaptation – and … Continue reading Maximizing Product Value Through Scrum Values