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Why should most organizations ditch Scrum?

Why should most organizations ditch Scrum? 6 Nov 2019 Jurgen De Smet Agile & ScrumLess is MoreVideo I took a challenge for my talk at Agile Prague 2019: “How to deliver a 1h talk in 30mins?” — Title of the talk: “Why should most organizations dtich Scrum?” Why would I do that? Well, because being a speaker at Agile Prague is tremendously enjoyable and I didn’t want to miss out on an opportunity to go back after missing out on the fun last year. Read more by jurgendesmet Via
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An Effective Daily Scrum? Do it the Fish!y way!

An Effective Daily Scrum? Do it the Fish!y way! 30 Oct 2019 Steven Deneir Agile & ScrumWork is Play Choosing how you will walk through your day, having fun with your colleagues and clients, actively listen and participating in collaborations, and ensuring others also have a great day. I have written a short story a while ago about the basics of the Fish! Philosophy for being an outstanding team member. Read more by stevendeneir Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

Built-in Adaptive Cruise Control in your Scrum Team…

Built-in Adaptive Cruise Control in your Scrum Team… 23 Oct 2019 Steven Deneir Agile & Scrum Metaphors are a very useful way of explaining a concept to somebody. During the Professional Scrum Training (PSM), empirical process control, which is the foundation for Scrum, is explained by the metaphor of a thermostat. Now, given that metaphors work best when a person can relate to them, when the audience, reader, student has an emotional connection with the metaphor, we can always use another example. Read more by stevendeneir Via Co-Learning.be
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LeSS No More Majors Story at SFPD – Webinar Recording

LeSS No More Majors Story at SFPD – Webinar Recording 2 Oct 2019 Jurgen De Smet Agile & ScrumLess is MoreSoftware Craftsmanship We are proud to share the story of the No More Majors Community at the governmental institute of pensions in Belgium (SFPD) which was initiated as part of their LeSS adoption preparations and strategy. This recording was made on August 28th when Tom Jans & Thierry de Pauw did a pre-run of their Munich LeSS Conference talk. Read more by jurgendesmet Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article
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Using LEGO® to find the unspoken rules of engagement that affect poor performance in your teams

Using LEGO® to find the unspoken rules of engagement that affect poor performance in your teams 11 Sep 2019 Michael Bentein Agile & ScrumLeadership & Management The best friendships are found when people share interests & values, have great communication and have aligned “rules” of engagement with the depth of friendship highly correlated to the match between the secret invisible criteria and drives of people. In professional teams these “rules” of engagement and secret criteria also exist and are often not communicated. Often causing frustration,  poor performance, lack
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How to run multi-site Scrum events without tooling?

How to run multi-site Scrum events without tooling? 4 Sep 2019 Jurgen De Smet Agile & ScrumEngaging Workshops & MeetingsLess is More Today I am frequently working with larger organisations and continually have to deal with people in different locations across the country or globe. This kind of context brings its own challenges and many people hope to find solutions in tooling and so did I, but hey, did I think wrong! Before going into running multi-site events, a bit of context on team setup and the need for multi-site
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