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Scrum Fanatics, Here Are The September 2022 Blogs from Scrum.org

Scrum Fanatics, Here Are The September 2022 Blogs from Scrum.org

If you’re looking for the latest news on scrum, you’ve come to the right place! Here are the latest blogs about scrum that we’ve found. From tips on how to get started with Scrum to case studies of businesses that have implemented scrum successfully, these blogs have it all. So whether you’re a scrum novice or an experienced practitioner, be sure to check out these latest blog posts on scrum.

If you want to stay ahead of the curve and be up-to-date on the latest trends, you should be reading blogs. But not just any blog–blogs that are relevant to your industry. For example, if you work in software development, reading blogs about scrum and agile will help you keep your knowledge base current.

Aside from ensuring that your skills are up-to-date, reading blogs can also give you a competitive edge. By understanding the latest trends and technologies, you’ll be better equipped to solve problems and create innovative solutions.

So if you’re looking to stay ahead of the curve, make sure to add some of these blog posts to your reading list. You’ll be glad you did!

Scrum.org 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.

– What does Done really mean for your Sprint Review?(69)
– What does Done really mean for your Daily Scrum? (68)

 

 

 


– 3 Problems Scrum Doesn’t Solve 
– Agile Leadership Myths and how to move past them

 

 

 


Scrum Masters Facilitate Change

 

 

 


Do we really need a Scrum Master or even an Agile Coach?

 

 

 



– Spark Self-Organization In Groups With Open Space Technology
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– Success Factors From The Past, To Improve Your Team In The Present

 

 

 


How to Fix the Cycle of Ineffective Meetings and Events with Better Facilitation

 

 

 


– Scrum Team Effectiveness: is the Scrum Master Accountable?
– Scrum Master Pitfalls: Mistakes to Avoid

 

 

 


What to do when your Team is not Living the Scrum Values

 

 

 


The Best Product Owners Have Great Facilitation Skills

 

 

 


– Join the Anonymous Scrum Master (and Agile Coach) Salary Report 2023
– 14 Product Backlog Principles to Help Your Scrum Team Succeed

 

 

 


Tips & Tricks to facilitate Sprint Planning

 

 

 


– Scrum Master Salary Range and Compensation – Is it Enough?
– Generalist vs Specialist

 

 

 


Adding the Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills Class

 

 

 


Agile Principles – Early Value Delivery

 

 

 


Facilitation Exercise for Scrum Team Accountabilities

 

 

 


Scrum Master Certification as a Learning Journey

 

 

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German edition blog posts

 4 Einsichten in Scrum und Facilitation, die dir bei der PSFS-Prüfung helfen
– Das Anzeichen Nr. 1, dass Scrum noch nicht (richtig) funktioniert

 

 


– 14 Produkt-Backlog Prinzipien, die Ihrem Scrum-Team zum Erfolg verhelfen
– Die 4 Elemente der Scrum Empirie

 

 

 


Spanish edition blogs

– Liderar personas y equipos hacia los objetivos acordados
– Como va a ser mi futuro como Agile Coach

 

 

 


French edition blogs

Scrum Masters : les événements ne sont pas les vôtres !

 

 

 

Valeurs Scrum dans la pratique

 

 

 


It is Time To Learn With New Webcasts Coming From Scrum.org As Of September, 2022!

It is Time To Learn With New Webcasts Coming From Scrum.org As Of September, 2022!

If you’re looking for ways to improve your Scrum knowledge, you’re in luck! There are plenty of great learning opportunities out there.

Whether you’re just getting started with Scrum or you’re a seasoned pro, there’s something for everyone. From online courses to in-person workshops, there’s no shortage of ways to learn more about this popular project management methodology.

So why wait?

These are worth signing up to check out, so be sure to get them on your calendar today!

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Upcoming Professional Scrum Training Classes From September To The End Of 2022

Upcoming Professional Scrum Training Classes From September To The End Of 2022

Scrum training classes provide many benefits for those who wish to learn this popular Agile methodology. Through Scrum training, students will learn the basics of the Scrum framework and how to apply it to real-world projects. Scrum training classes also provide an opportunity for students to network with other professionals who are interested in learning more about Agile practices.

This time around, Scrum.org is offering some great classes from basics to real-world applications of Scrum. Also, they have new facilitation classes, which sound quite interesting! It, unfortunately, isn’t in my own budget at the moment though I’ll be working on taking one of these as soon as I can!

Introducing the New Facilitation Skills Course


​​​​Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills™ is an interactive course designed to help Scrum practitioners develop a facilitator’s mindset, proficiency in facilitation skills, and learn when and how to select effective techniques for various circumstances. Strong facilitation skills enable better problem-solving, more effective Scrum events and greater team alignment, all leading to better outcomes.


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Upcoming Professional Scrum™ Training Classes

Find a class and location near you or search for more classes. Contact us if you don’t find what you are looking for or would like a private class for your organization.


20-Sep  –  21-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 8:45 AM – 4:30 PM
Taught by Yuval Yeret


26-Sep  –  29-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Artsem Lashchonau


13-Oct  –  14-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by John Riley


24-Oct  –  27-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Taught by Artsem Lashchonau


01-Dec  –  02-Dec
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by John Riley

Professional Scrum Master Training Banner
19-Sep  –  20-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Chuck Suscheck


19-Sep  –  20-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Rich Visotcky


20-Sep  –  22-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Taught by Blake McMillan


22-Sep  –  23-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Reggie Gardner


22-Sep  –  23-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Mary Iqbal

Professional Scrum Master II Banner
20-Sep  –  22-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 12:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Taught by Chris Belknap


24-Sep  –  25-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Taught by Mary Iqbal


29-Sep  –  30-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Taught by Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley


03-Oct  –  04-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Rich Visotcky


11-Oct  –  12-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Alex Gbaguidi

Professional Scrum Product Owner Training
19-Sep  –  20-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/Los Angeles from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Gregory Crown


19-Sep  –  22-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Taught by Chris Conlin and Jim Sammons


21-Sep  –  22-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Chuck Suscheck


22-Sep  –  23-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Rich Visotcky


22-Sep  –  23-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Gregory Crown

Professional Scrum Product Owner Advanced Training

26-Sep  –  29-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Taught by Chris Conlin and Julee Everett


18-Oct  –  19-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Taught by Blake McMillan and Ty Crockett


19-Oct  –  21-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Taught by Ravi Verma


28-Nov  –  01-Dec
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Taught by Chris Conlin


12-Dec  –  15-Dec
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Mary Iqbal

Professional Scrum Developer Training
16-Nov  –  18-Nov
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by John Riley

Scaled Professional Scrum Training

26-Sep  –  27-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Chuck Suscheck


18-Oct  –  19-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Michael Wallace


24-Oct  –  27-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Taught by Mary Iqbal


07-Nov  –  08-Nov
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Chuck Suscheck

Professional Agile Leadership Essentials Training

02-Nov  –  03-Nov
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Blake McMillan


14-Dec  –  15-Dec
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller

21-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley


29-Nov
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Michael Wallace and Blake McMillan


16-Dec
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley

Professional Scrum with Kanban Training
03-Oct  –  04-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Mary Iqbal


06-Oct  –  07-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Chuck Suscheck


12-Oct  –  13-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Michael Wallace


20-Oct  –  21-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by John Riley


16-Nov  –  17-Nov
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley, Daniel Vacanti

Professional Scrum with User Experience Training
08-Nov  –  09-Nov
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Ty Crockett


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Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills Banner
20-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/Chicago from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Michael Wallace


22-Sep
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley


13-Oct  –  14-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Taught by Chris Belknap


17-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Rich Visotcky


18-Oct
Live Virtual Class from America/New York from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Taught by Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley


Learn More About All of Our Courses

   
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5 MORE Scrum Strategies That Work

5 MORE Scrum Strategies That Work

In any organization, there will always be room for improvement. When it comes to project management, the Scrum framework provides a flexible approach that can be tailored to the specific needs of your team. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, there are certain scrum strategies that have been proven to work time and time again. In this article, we will explore some of these effective scrum strategies so that you can start implementing them in your own organization.

Why Learning New Strategies Help The Practice Of Scrum

There are many reasons why learning new strategies can help the practice of Scrum. As an application administrator, I am always looking for ways to improve my process and make my team more agile. Here are three reasons why I believe that learning new strategies can help the practice of Scrum:

  1. It helps us to better understand the Scrum framework.
  2. It allows us to experiment with different approaches and find what works best for our team.
  3. It keeps us up-to-date with the latest trends and practices in the agile world.

As a Scrum practitioner, you are constantly looking for ways to optimize and streamline your process. By learning new strategies, you can make small tweaks that have a big impact on the overall success of your project. For example, you might learn a new way to handle user stories or defects that helps you deliver better results in less time.

Not only does learning new strategies help you improve your process, but it also makes you a more valuable asset to your team. We’ve previously shared five Scrum strategies that work, and today are looking at five more!

1. Establish roles and responsibilities

In scrum, the development team is self-organizing and cross-functional. They are responsible for delivering increments of working software throughout the sprint. The application administrator is responsible for ensuring that the application is available and performing as expected. They may also be responsible for monitoring and troubleshooting the application.

The agile approach to software development requires close cooperation between the development team and the application administrator. The administrator needs to be intimately familiar with the features and functionality of the application in order to effectively support it. They also need to have a good understanding of the development process in order to be able to provide timely feedback and help resolve issues quickly.

2. Define the sprint goal

In order to have a successful scrum strategy, it is important to first define the sprint goal. This will ensure that everyone on the team is aware of what needs to be accomplished during the sprint. The sprint goal should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound.

As the application administrator, you play a vital role in setting the sprint goal. You should work with the product owner to determine what can realistically be accomplished during the sprint. Once you have defined the sprint goal, make sure to communicate it to all members of the team.

With a clear and defined sprint goal, your team will be able to stay focused and achieve success. Agile principles emphasize customer satisfaction and value-driven delivery, so by keeping these things in mind when setting your sprint goal, you can ensure that your team is able to deliver a successful product.

3. Create a sprint backlog

Creating a sprint backlog is a successful strategy for Scrum application administrators who want to be agile. By breaking down work into manageable pieces, sprint backlogs help teams move faster and achieve their goals.

Sprint backlogs also help teams stay organized and focused on the most important work. By keeping track of what needs to be done, team members can avoid getting bogged down in details or side projects.

If you’re new to sprint backlogs, there are a few things you need to know to get started. First, you’ll need to create a product backlog, which is a list of all the work that needs to be done. Once you have your product backlog, you can start creating sprints, which are shorter periods of time (usually two weeks) during which team members work on specific tasks.

4. Use a burndown chart

When it comes to Scrum, a burndown chart is a must. This simple yet effective tool is used to track the progress of sprints, and it can be a valuable asset for application administrators who want to ensure their team is on track.

Here’s how it works: each day of the sprint, the team member responsible for the task writes down the remaining amount of work to be done. This information is then plotted on a graph, with days on the x-axis and work remaining on the y-axis.

As the sprint progresses, the amount of work remaining should decrease, forming a “burn down” pattern. If there’s no decrease in work remaining, that’s an indication that the team is not making enough progress and may need to reevaluate its strategy.

5. Inspect and adapt

When it comes to ensuring a successful scrum strategy, it’s important to inspect and adapt your progress regularly. As an application administrator, you play a key role in making sure that the scrum process is followed correctly. Here are a few tips to help you ensure that your scrum team is on track:

  1. Inspect the progress of your team regularly. It’s important to keep track of how your team is doing and identify any areas where they may be falling behind.
  2. Be prepared to adapt your plan as needed. Things change and sometimes the best laid plans need to be adjusted. Be flexible and willing to make changes as needed in order to ensure success.
  3. Communicate with your team regularly. In order for the inspection and adaptation process to be successful, you need to be in constant communication with your team members.

Conclusion

In conclusion, it is evident that there are many benefits to investing in learning new scrum strategies. Not only will this improve team productivity, but it will also allow for better communication and collaboration within the team. Furthermore, it will provide team members with a greater sense of ownership and responsibility for their work. As such, it is clear that investing in learning new scrum strategies is an investment worth making.

We’ve got the latest Learning from Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers To Share With You!

We’ve got the latest Learning from Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers To Share With You!

If you want to learn more about Scrum, there’s no shortage of reading material out there. But if you want to get the inside scoop from some of the top Scrum Trainers in the world, you’ll want to check out these blog posts.

On scrum.org, you can find a variety of blog posts from Professional Scrum Trainers. These Trainers are experts in agile methodology and can provide valuable insights on how to implement Scrum in your organization.

The blog posts on scrum.org cover a wide range of topics, from the basics of Scrum to advanced tips for getting the most out of your Scrum implementation. No matter what your level of expertise is, you’re sure to find something useful in these blog posts.

 

Scrum.org 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.

Facilitation tips for Daily Scrum

 

 

 


​​​​​Improve Your Scrum Events with a Facilitator’s Guide

 

 

 


– [VLOG] Does the Scrum Team Need A Project Manager?
– [VLOG] The SYNERGY  Between Product Owner and Scrum Master

 

 


 Facilitation Tips for the Sprint Review
– Product Delivery – when Business and IT are talking

 

 


​​​– Product Backlog Refinement: How to Succeed as a Scrum Team
– Definition of Done Theses

 

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Patterns in the Agile Principles

 

 

 


– The Balance of Power in Scrum
– What are Epics and Features?

 

 


How to Engage Stakeholders in your Sprint Reviews

 

 

 


Taking Back the Word “Commitment”

 

 

 


Too stressed to be creative?

 

 

 


– SUCCESSFUL FACILITATION – Liberating Structure 1-2-4-ALL
– SUCCESSFUL FACILITATION – What are Liberating Structures?

 

 

 


The Rollercoaster of Group Dynamics in Decision Making

 

 

 


– What does Cross-Functional really mean for the Developers?  (65)
– What does Cross-Functional really mean for the Product Owner? (64)
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– In-Depth: The Science On Sustainable Pace, Stress, And Motivation
– In-Depth: How To Create Better Work Agreements For Your Team

 

 


– Why is my Daily Scrum taking more than 15 minutes?
– Scrum Master vs Project Manager: What’s the Difference?

 

 


A Facilitator as an (Event) Value Maximiser 

 

 

 



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– Inspect And Improve The Performance Of A Scrum Team With “Generative Relationships STAR”
– How To Skillfully Navigate Conflict In Your Scrum Team?

 

 


Agile Principles – Simplicity

 

 

 


Commitments and their meaning in SG 2020

 

 

 


What Scrum Teams Can Learn From The Ferrari F1 2022 Season So Far

 

 

 


The Ecocycle of Growth for Product Owners: How it Works and Why You Should Care

 

 

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– Can Scrum Be Used Outside Software Development?
– When Will Scrum Die?

 

 


What does Self-Management Mean Anyway?

 

 

 


Spanish edition blogs

¿Cómo construyo un equipo multifuncional?

 

 

 

– Mito: El Product Owner toma decisiones sobre los cambios en el Sprint Backlog
– El Scrum Master como facilitador

 

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German edition blogs

– Wie du entscheidest, ob eine Aussage Teil der Definition of Done oder ein Akzeptanzkriterium ist
 4 Facilitation-Tipps, damit das Daily Scrum in 15 Minuten gelingt

 

 

 

– 10 Thesen zur Definition of Done
– Agiles Mikromanagement — im Ernst?

 

 

 

– Scrum, Design Thinking und Lean Startup kann man von Tag 1 kombinieren
– Tips to prepare for the PSPO I certification

 

 


Italian edition blog

Community Collective Genius Italia

 

 

 


French edition blog

Place de la Fa

 

cilitation dans la Scrum Team

Check Out The Upcoming #SCRUM Webcasts For August And Beyond In 2022!

Check Out The Upcoming #SCRUM Webcasts For August And Beyond In 2022!

In today’s world, it’s more important than ever to be up-to-date on the latest news and information. And one of the best ways to do that is by watching webcasts.

Webcasts are live or pre-recorded video broadcasts that you can watch online. They’re usually short, informative, and to the point. Many news organizations, businesses, and educational institutions offer webcasts on a variety of topics.

Scrum is a popular Agile methodology used by software development teams. While there are many resources available on Scrum, one of the best ways to learn about it is to watch webcasts. Webcasts offer a great way to learn about Scrum since they provide concise and informative overviews of the topic. In addition, they are usually free or very low-cost.

Upcoming Webcasts

At Scrum.org, we have two webcast series that can help you continue your learning. ScrumPulse is an educational webcast series designed to help those new to Scrum and those with experience learn and improve. We also offer an Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer series, which is a live interactive session where you can bring your toughest Scrum questions and challenges! Below is the listing of the webcasts we have coming up soon! All previously recorded webcasts are located here.

Thursday
August 25, 2022
10:00 AM EDT
(14:00 UTC)

Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer – Scrum Outside of Software – with Daria Bagina, Shirley Santiago and Mary Iqbal
In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PSTs Daria Bagina, Shirley Santiago and Mary Iqbal answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams may be facing when using Scrum in a setting that is not software-based, such as marketing, energy, insurance, finance and more. Read more

Tuesday
September 13, 2022
10:00 AM EDT
(14:00 UTC)

Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer – Scrum for Leaders with PST Yuval Yeret
In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer Yuval Yeret will answer your pressing Scrum questions focused around leadership, how leadership and Scrum Mastery are intertwined, and how leaders can engage with Scrum. Yuval is co-author of the Scrum Guide Companion for Leaders. We invite you to read this companion prior to this session and ask questions! Please come prepared with lots of great questions for Yuval. Read more

Tuesday
September 20, 2022
11:00 AM EDT
(15:00 UTC)

Characteristics of a Great Product Owner
The Scrum Guide doesn’t provide a complete list of the skills required for any of the accountabilities on a Scrum Team. Instead, the Scrum Guide simply states that the Product Owner is responsible for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the Scrum Team’s work. In this Scrum Pulse webcast, PST Mary Iqbal will explore the accountability of the Product Owner and walk the audience through characteristics of an effective Product Owner. Read more

Tuesday
October 11, 2022
10:00 AM EDT
(14:00 UTC)

The Illusion of Alignment – How Scrum Teams can make Decisions Stick
One of the things that makes Scrum a powerful tool for solving complex problems is how it guides a Scrum Team and its stakeholders to leverage their collective experiences and diverse perspectives. However, this potential for problem solving brings its own challenges which includes how decisions are made. In this webinar, Patricia Kong and PST David Spinks discuss the group dynamics involved in decision making and how facilitation skills can help a Scrum Team navigate through periods of frustration, confusion or disengagement to reach true alignment on their collective decisions. Read more

Wednesday
October 19, 2022
10:00 AM EDT
(14:00 UTC)

Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer – The Power of Facilitation Skills to improve Scrum Events and other Scrum Team interactions
In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer moderated by Patricia Kong, PSTs Simon Flossmann and David Spinks answer your burning questions about Scrum and the challenges you or your teams may be facing when using Scrum, particularly within the Scrum events and other scenarios when it may be difficult to reach a decision on things, that could be resolved with good facilitation techniques and skills. Read more

Wednesday
October 26, 2022
10:00 AM EDT
(14:00 UTC)

Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer German Edition – Product Ownership with PSTs Simon Flossmann and Martina Luenzmann
In dieser Folge von Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer beantworten Professional Scrum Trainer Martina Luenzmann und Simon Flossmann in einer Live-Sitzung deine dringendsten Fragen, wie Product Owner:innen noch erfolgreicher werden können. Read More

Wednesday
November 2, 2022
11:00 AM EDT
(15:00 UTC)

German Edition Scrum Pulse: Effektive Facilitation der Scrum Events (Effective facilitation of Scrum Events)
In diesem Scrum-Pulse-Webcast erklärt Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Flossmann die Grundlagen effektiver Facilitation. Dazu wird er die Groan Zone vorstellen, grundlegende Facilitation-Prinzipien erklären und Tipps geben, wie damit die Scrum Events effektiv facilitiert werden können. Read More