Welcome to the latest edition of the Serious Scrum digest! In this weekly digest, we’ll round up all the Serious Scrum activities and publications from June 29th to July 5th.
Ben Richards talks about what Agile tranformations should really be about:
Re-Focus: The mind of a Scrum Master [Transformation & Sustainability]
I started to write this article due to the journey I’ve been on over the past 5 years as a growing Scrum Master and an…
Laura Puttkamer has an inspiring story how Scrum was used for an urban renewal phase in Ciudad Bolívar, which is part of Colombia’s capital, Bogotá.
Scrum Beyond Software: how local NGOs inspire human values and principles
Scrum practitioners can learn from complex environments in marginalized urban settlements, such as this case study from…
Sjoerd Nijland discusses and tackles 100 Scrumbuts!
Willem-Jan Ageling responded to Capital One’s article discussing swapping Scrum Masters for Agile Delivery Leads. He brings forward why he is not convinced.
“We replaced the Scrum Master role with the Agile Delivery Lead role”
Are you serious? — Episode 55
Willem-Jan’s 2nd story of the week discusses that being awesome is no reason to skip a retro:
We do Scrum but… we don’t do retros because everything is awesome!
Are you serious? — Episode 57
Dan Ray shows how Scrum can help to unleash intrinsic motivation:
Scrum as Motivation-Hacking
Scrum gives us a handle on the great, misunderstood factor in high performance.
roland flemm discusses the issue of inflicting Scrum and how you should fix your agreements:
To fix your Scrum you need to fix your agreements.
In many organisations I see Scrum not producing its anticipated value. The concept of value varies across…
Paddy Corry shows us a great way to retro:
Marty de Jonge shows us how scaling can bring us anti-patterns like giving a disproportionate weight to trivial issues. because the big subjects that really matter are too complex to grasp.
Anti-patterns to be aware of when Scaling Agile — #2 Bike-shedding
The sequel on the first story about “Large Company Inc.” that fell in love with Scrum and Agile.
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