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In the ever-evolving world of technology and project management, one thing remains constant: the need for continuous learning. As American writer and futurist Alvin Toffler once said, “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” This statement holds especially true for professionals working with Scrum, a versatile and widely-used agile framework.

Scrum is an ever-changing landscape, and professionals must constantly adapt to new methodologies and best practices to stay ahead of the curve. As Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum, puts it, “The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings.” In this spirit, looking for new ways to apply your Scrum knowledge is essential to stay relevant and drive success in your projects. By advancing your Scrum skills, you not only become a more effective team player but also a valuable asset to your organization.

Understanding the importance of continuous improvement, we have compiled a list of the latest blog posts worth reading to increase your Scrum skills. These resources will help you stay informed about the latest trends, techniques, and insights in the Scrum world, enabling you to elevate your skills and apply them effectively in your projects.

As you delve into these blog posts, keep in mind the words of Ken Schwaber, the other co-creator of Scrum, who said, “Scrum is like your mother-in-law; it points out all your faults.” Use these resources to identify areas where you can improve and embrace the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others in the Scrum community. With dedication and persistence, you can continuously hone your Scrum skills, contributing to your professional growth and the success of your projects. So, let’s get started and explore the wealth of knowledge waiting for you in these insightful blog posts.

– Answer These 3 Questions to Determine If You’re Getting Value from Scrum
– Maximizing Scrum with the Scrum Values




– Stakeholder Exploration: Part 1 of 4 Steps in Stakeholder Engagement
– Stakeholder Analysis and Mapping: Part 2 of 4 Steps of Stakeholder Engagement




How this Company Flipped Failure into Massive Success with a ‘Scrum Reboot’!




5 Myths Debunked: What Does a Scrum Master Do?




What Can We Measure in a Scrum Team?




– Jira Anti-Patterns and How to Overcome Them
– Creating a Personal Readme for Scrum Masters




4 Q’s – Experimentation




– Scrum For Startups: Finding the Sweet Spot
– My Grumpiest Take on Scrum




– Agile OKRs to Measure Improvement in Flow and Value Outcomes OKRs
– Lessons from a PST on Preparing for the PSPO III Exam – Spoiler Alert, I Failed the First Time



– What is a Scrum Manager? 5 ways a Scrum Master and a Manager are Similar
– Intro to Scrum (16 of 16): What is the Increment and the Definition of Done?



– Mindful Scrum Mastery
– How to Deal with Estimation Problems in Agile Teams




– All The Scrum Things
– I Want To Know What Scrum Is




– Activity is Not a Measure of Success in Scrum
– Why is Scrum the Most Popular Agile Framework?




[VLOG] Comprehensive Explanation on Definition of Done and Increment




Checklist for Better Goals in Scrum (Sprint and Product)




– How the Sprint Review supports Inspection (14)
– How the Sprint Retrospective Supports Inspection (15)




The Art of Saying No: How Product Owners Can Make Tough Decisions




Quality Angels in your Scrum Team




– How to Improve Shared Learning Within your Team?
– Experiment: Organize Scrum Master Impediment Gatherings




Psychological Safety: The Key to Team Success




How to Speak Product Owner – from Frustration to Collaboration




The Fourth And Final Thing You Do To Prevent Value Delivery




Scrum Master Job Description




The Next Scrum Frontier – Developing the Company as the Product




Raising Climate Awareness in Scrum Teams – a Scrum Master’s Journey




Agile Principles – Effective Communication




– What is a Product, Platform and Service?
– What is Throughput in Kanban and How Do you measure it?




Stop Recurring Problems in Retrospectives. How?




8 Choices of a Product Owner




Why is Satya Nadella a better example of agile leadership than Steve Jobs?




Spanish edition blogs

– Cómo puedes ayudar a mi organización para desarrollar sus capacidades de cambio
– Cómo tener disciplina y motivación



Scrum es un Contenedor




Portuguese edition blog

O Scrum Master pode ser rotativo?




German edition blogs

– 5 Grundsätze für die effektive Moderation von Scrum Events
– In 4 Schritten aus der „Delivered vs. Promised“-Sackgasse entkommen




– Jira Anti-Patterns und wie man sie überwindet
– Erstellen eines persönlichen Readme für Scrum Master mit ChatGPT



Japanese edition blog





Italian edition blog

Cynefin, Scrum e Agile