Posts tagged with: agile

Certified LeSS for Executives: Principles, Organization, and Change

Learn with Craig Larman—the co-creator of LeSS—in this 3-day highly-participative course. COVID-19 PROCEDURES FOR SAFE IN-PERSON COURSES? For an idea of our goal in each city, from one of our......

Can agile be applied to any kind of project?

For the great majority of us, the term project management is related to the compilation of steps taken to develop a project from beginning to end. Most of these steps......

Agile leadership skills

Agile leaders maintain an environment of trust and support that is necessary for healthy team dynamics. Especially with all of us working remotely it is more important than ever to......

Agile within waterfall : episode 1

Agile may have entered your organization’s vocabulary, but have the mindsets evolved. It is all too common to hear Agile this or Agile that. A prefix alone will not solve......

Insights From My Journey into Scrum

Reflections on 3 Years as a "Scrum" Master and Scrum Master....

Visual guide to the scrum framework

Visual guide to the Scrum framework is a great resource to get your entire development team on the same page and speaking the same language, as it breaks down the high-level terms, artifacts, and events in an easy-to-understand format....

Systems Thinking for Transformative Change (webinar)

This webinar is part of Scrum Alliance® Certified Agile Leadership learning series. Culture change is free – comparison of systems leverage points for transformations Culture of an organization often gets......

Scrum Master stances

Here are Scrum Master stances. Although default stance for a scrum master is to be in service to their scrum team. Where in she is identifying and removing impediments to......

ScrumMaster as Servant Leader

“The great leader is seen as servant first, and this simple fact is key to his greatness” – Robert K Greenleaf The servant-leader is servant first, and then conscious choice......

Definition of Done : Why it matters?

One of the first things we recommend new Agile teams establish a “Definition of Done”.  A shared definition of “done” is crucial to highly functioning Agile Teams in helping them......
12