The most popular Agile Development framework, Scrum, can be explained in many ways. If you're just trying to understand what Scrum is, this post is for you.
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!
This video provides advice to Scrum leaders working with virtual (remote) teams, including problems, feedback, and more.
As COVID-19 stretches teamwork limits, here's some tips for Scrum in a virtual environment, including daily Scrum, backlog refinement, Sprints, and more.
Effective Scrum use is more than Sprint Planning, Daily Scrums, and so on. To see a big difference in your team's Sprints, make these workflow changes.
Trying to plan detailed capacity for a Sprint? Thankfully, there are two things we can do to make capacity planning easier (and faster) in Sprint Planning.
Scrum teams are responsible for choosing sprint length and are encouraged to experiment with different sprint lengths, but shorter sprints are easier to manage.
In this article, we'll discuss how a team bares responsibility for the Sprint and what should be done if they can’t get everything done they committed to.
One of the worst things we can do to our teams is allow too many changes to the content of the Sprint after the Sprint has been planned.
Scrum Sprints provide empiricism, part of the Agile core beliefs, which is why extending a Sprint is never a good idea!