Ready for a chance of pace? This #AskArtisan video doesn't talk about Scrum or Agile, but YOU and your state of mind, productivity, and time management!
When you're in Sprint Planning, do you commit content into the Sprint, or do you forecast content into the Sprint? What's the difference, and which is better?
Even ScrumMasters who follow #AskArtisan videos will encounter Unplanned Defects, which are critical to address immediately and can be challenging to deal with!
How do ScrumMasters set the length of a Sprint? It’s a trick question - Sprint length is determined by the entire Scrum Team! Why and how? Glad you asked!
As a ScrumMaster, have you ever been close to the end of a Sprint and realized that there's more work left than time? Oh no! Should you increase Sprint length?
How many Scrum Teams should a Product Owner (CSPO) work with at once? The Scrum Guide is very clear, so in this #AskArtisan video, let's sort it out!
ScrumMasters with more than one Scrum Team have a few things to look out for to ensure their multi-tasking isn't affecting the team's effectiveness.
This information will help you take a BIG step toward having product dev, service, and support teams be self-managing. (Yes, really!)
Sprint goals are key to a successful Sprint. They help keep the Scrum team on track and moving together in one direction. Without Sprint goals, the Scrum team can easily lose focus and get sidetracked. In this blog post, we'll discuss what sprint goals are and how they can help your Scrum team stay focused
As a leader of one or more teams, you may not see any purpose in holding team members accountable to agreed-upon values—but you’d be making a huge mistake.
Making agile development work for your company can seem daunting, but if you focus on the four keys of focus, quality, effectiveness, and continuous learning, you'll be well on your way to success. In this blog post, we'll explore what each of these keys means for your business and how you can implement them.
Many Scrum Teams ask how to plan for support work in a Sprint. Can you plan the unplanned? There's no simple answer, but there IS an answer!