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 July 13th to July 20th.
Willem-Jan Ageling kicked off with a post showing how important it is to get feedback from a product as early as possible by following a MVP approach. Empiricism not only applies to Scrum, but also to the product that is built by the Scrum team:
Sjoerd Nijland continues with the fifth episode of his great series on how to make research part of your Scrum team. By using Lean UX principles you can fight the deliver and forget mindset and beat the feature factory:
I can’t wait to try out the new Wisdom retrospective format that Paddy Corry came up with. Please let us know what you think about it after you’ve used it!
Sjoerd Nijland makes a compelling case for prioritizing learning over delivery in the sixth installment of his Scrum & Lean UX series:
We all have been part of soulless Scrum events. Willem-Jan Ageling describes some different Scrum events without soul and how you can use empiricism to fix them.
Ionut-Adrian Bejenaru explains the danger of Scrum becoming part of the status quo and slowing down progress as a result. Scrum does not give answers but empowers people come up with them:
Scrum. The new state of affairs.
For the past 20+ years many organizations, old and new, small or big, strive to implement Scrum in their quest to…
Last for this week, but in his first post for Serious Scrum, Scott Oliver gives 10 tips to level up your Daily Scrum.
10 tips to improve your Daily Scrum
Are you running Daily Scrums properly? Here’s some basic ideas to help you improve them
That’s all for this week folks. Even though a lot of people are on holidays, great articles still come pouring in.
Thank you for staying tuned! Feel free to respond, share and discuss!