Sprint Review: Much More Than Just A Demo

Sprint Review: Much More Than Just A Demo https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/sprint-review-much-more-just-demo v/ @Scrumdotorg

10 good reasons to implement Scrum


The 5 Most Common Pitfalls of the Scrum Events

Créer une équipe Scrum toute neuve

Très bon article, avec un retour d’expérience détaillé et bien construit : idée de départ (appuyée sur une “théorie”), moyens mis en oeuvre et résultats https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/créer-une-équipe-scrum-toute-neuve-olivier-fortier-p-s-m-

19 Sprint Planning Anti-Patterns


Comment réussir vos « Daily Scrums » avec des équipes géographiquement distribuées ?

Why Scrum and KPIs Don’t Mix


LeSS Complete Picture: 3 minutes introduction to Large Scale Scrum

Présentation de la cartographie des exemples


Scrum ne serait plus une méthode Agile ?

Exemple de différence entre incrémental et itératif https://www.journaldunet.com/solutions/expert/66758/scrum–ne-serait-plus-une-methode-agile.shtml

Misunderstandings about Scrum Master role

We Simulated Waterfall , Kanban and Scrum. Which Works Best?

How do we reduce wait times? Here are a few tips: Have fewer projects going on at the same time. Make sure that delivery teams are small. Big teams require more communication and more management, which is all pure waste. Ensure that delivery scope is super clear by using INVEST criteria. Deliver just-in-time. Deliver just-enough. Give people time to do…

The Scrum Master Job Description

Scrum Roles: Scrum Master

What Are Scrum Rituals?

A useful (because anonymous) Retrospective technique for distributed Scrum teams

Here is how: Neither the presenter nor the participants know who is writing what. We only read the point made on the board. https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/articles/2017/march/retrospective-technique-for-distributed-teams

How web and mobile development teams work with the various features of Scrum

Agile transformation: 2 case studies with challenges, solution and tangible benefits obtained


4 Steps to Keep Your Product Backlog Small and Manageable

Delete Things You’ll Never Do Keep Items You Aren’t Ready for Off the Product Backlog Periodically Review the Product Backlog Don’t Add Things Unless You Plan to Do Them Fairly Soon https://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/blog/four-steps-to-keep-your-product-backlog-small-and-manageable

Agile and Lean, Scrum and Kanban. What is the difference?


Some prerequisites to get and traps to avoid when deploying Agile


Tips for Writing the Best User Stories in Scrum


Short Review of The Professional Scrum Product Owner Course (PSPO)