Creating a maximum outcome team is every ScrumMaster’s goal, but you must first understand how great teams form and what YOU need to do to create a great team.
With COVID-19 forcing us all to learn about working from home, we're re-publishing our list of "Jim's 10 Tips for Scrum Development Teams," UPDATED for 2020!
Many have never worked from home before, but COVID-19 has likely changed that. Here's some tips to prevent home office obstacles from thwarting productivity.
It's hard to stay productive when working from home, but we've got some tips that will make a real difference in your lives. Share them with your teammates!
COVID-19 has forced much of the world into isolation, but we must continue to collaborate. Here's some tips on everything from Zoom usage to overcoming trolls!
In this video, I'll discuss working with your Scrum team when they're remote, including tips to improve communication, collaboration, and performance.
When slicing a backlog item, we're taking a complex problem and paring it down into smaller problems, which are easier to solve and build.
Should Scrum teams be dedicated to a single product? The truth is, there's times when you want a dedicated team and times when you don't. Let me explain!
When beginning the transformation to Agile Development, it's hard to know exactly what skills the organization needs to adapt to the new way of working.
Analysis, design, coding, and testing are done constantly rather than in phases, meaning testing ISN'T just a phase but an ongoing part of Agile Development.
When I teach or coach people about Scrum, we talk about self-organization, but the importance of self-organizational principles cannot be understated.
Specialists with a particular skill can get stretched thin! But there's ways to solve this dilemma other than assigning them to ten Scrum teams at once.