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The world of Scrum is constantly evolving, and it is crucial for professionals to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and best practices. One of the best ways to do this is by learning from experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the field. That’s why we’ve got the latest blog roundup of new posts about Scrum from Professional Scrum Trainers. These experts have years of experience and have been through the ups and downs of Scrum implementation. They share their knowledge, experiences, and insights to help you and your team grow and succeed.

Continued learning is not just important for our careers, it is also essential for our well-being. Keeping our minds active, engaging in new and challenging activities, and expanding our knowledge base can lead to increased job satisfaction, improved self-esteem, and a more fulfilling life. And what better way to continue learning than by reading articles written by experts in the field?

In this blog roundup, we are excited to share four articles that cover a wide range of topics and provide valuable insights for Scrum practitioners. From “Self-Managing: Scrum’s Most Misunderstood Phrase” to “Using the Prime Directive to avoid Retrospective Witch Hunts!”, “How to get Scrum Teams Comfortable Asking for Help”, and “5 Bad Scrum Master Habits You Should Quit Right Now​”, these articles are sure to provide valuable insights and practical tips for anyone looking to improve their Scrum skills.

So, sit back, relax, and get ready to learn from the best. Whether you’re an experienced Scrum practitioner or just starting out, these articles are sure to provide valuable insights and practical tips to help you and your team succeed.

Learning from Professional Scrum Trainers Professional Scrum Trainers share their knowledge and experiences in blogs to help people and teams learn and grow.  This email comes out monthly to highlight some of the most recently released blogs.

How Long A Sprint Should Be?




– Spain, Trains, and Incremental Delivery
– Self-Managing: Scrum’s Most Misunderstood Phrase 



Improve How your Team Uses Metrics!





How to get Scrum Teams Comfortable Asking for Help




Using the Prime Directive to avoid Retrospective Witch Hunts!




– How the Product Owner can Help Raise Transparency (09)
– The importance of Transparency and the Increment (08)



– Intro to Scrum (1 of 16): What is the Scrum Framework?
– 5 Bad Scrum Master Habits You Should Quit Right Now​



– The Scrum Master Salary Report 2023
– Definition of Done: Business Agility Abhors Technical Shoddiness



– [VLOG] Lead Your Company Toward Agility using Scrum Values
– [VLOG] What Does The Scrum Master Do All Day (part 2)



Accountability and Delivery





Scrum Master Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Get Started




Top 6 Hiring Trends in the Age of AI that You Need to Know




– The 1 Question to Figure Out Where You Are in the Product Life Cycle
– Where can Scrum NOT be Used?



[VLOG] Think of your Sprint Review





Why your Customer Should Care about Scrum




What is the Increment?




Why Should I Use Personal Scrum?




Lean Startup and Scrum




The Future of Agile Roles != The Future of Agility




German edition blogs

– Scrum Master Gehalt 2023 — die Umfrageergebnisse
– Definition of Done: Business Agilität und technische Exzellenz



– Effektive Kommunikation: Wie du mit nur 3 Facilitation-Methoden die wichtigste Fähigkeit in deinem Scrum Team förderst
– Die 3 schlimmsten Fehler mit Working-Agreements – und wie Scrum Master diese für immer vermeiden





Italian edition blog

Creare prodotti complessi – L’esempio Spacex





Spanish edition blogs

– Descubrimiento de producto con Lean Startup
 Ese clásico del ‘Agile is dead’




– La Visión de Producto
– El Scrum Master entrega servicios de Coaching Ágil




– Curso Evidence-Based Management #5: Las Metas Intermedias en EBM
– Curso Evidence-Based Management #4 – La estrategia de GymTonic